Your bags are packed and you’re ready to go? Then what are you waiting for? The Paznaun region awaits you with glorious nature, lively villages and impressive sights!
Whether it’s by car, bus, train or airplane: It’s up to you how you want to get to the Paznaun valley. Either way, getting there is easy and hassle-free. Let’s go!
Arrival by train and bus
Travelling to the Paznaun valley by train and bus is comfortable and climate-friendly. The good news: Thanks to the train station Landeck-Zams, the Paznaun is perfectly connected to the railway network. From there, you can catch bus number 260 straight to your holiday resort.
… from Germany: You only need to change trains once to get from Hamburg or the Ruhr area to Landeck.
… from Italy: Coming from the south, change trains in Innsbruck and continue towards Landeck station.
… from Switzerland: From Zurich, there is a convenient direct train to Landeck.
From Landeck-Zams station, there’s only a short bus ride between you and the slopes. Simply take Bus No. 260 which leaves the train station towards the Paznaun region every hour. During the ride you have plenty of time to enjoy the view of the stunning mountain scenery!
By the way: Of course, you can also take a taxi from Landeck-Zams station. The local taxi companies are happy to take you from all nearby railway stations and airports to Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See.
Thanks to the excellent ski bus network in Galtür, Kappl and See, the nearest bus stop is only a few minutes away.
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Coming from the A7 or A 95: Your journey south starts on the Fernpassbundesstraße (B 197) in Tyrol. Passing by Imst and Landeck, continue towards the A 12. Stay on Arlbergschnellstraße (S 16) and take exit Pians. From there, keep on the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B 188) towards Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See.
Coming from the A 93 towards Innsbruck: The Austrian Inntal motorway (A 12) takes you past Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck. From there, stay on Arlbergschnellstraße (S 16) until you reach the exit Pians. Continue on the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B 188) until you reach the Paznaun valley.
Coming from the A 96 towards Lindau: Take the Austrian motorway A 14 via Bregenz and Feldkirch towards the Arlberg tunnel. From there, follow the S 16 and take exit Pians. Continue on the B 188 (Silvretta Bundesstraße) towards the Paznaun. In summer, it’s nice to leave the motorway at Bludenz and drive the rest of the way on the stunningly beautiful Silvretta High Alpine Road.
Coming from the A 22 heading north: Once you have crossed the Brenner Pass, take the A 13 towards Innsbruck. Continue along the A 12 and the S 16. Take exit Pians and drive the last remaining kilometres to Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See on the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B 188).
Coming from the SS 40 heading north: Following the Reschen Pass, take the Austrian B 180. Passing by Nauders and Landeck, take the S 16 towards Bregenz. Take exit Pians and follow the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B 188) towards beautiful Paznaun.
Either take the A 3 towards Feldkirch or the A 1 towards Lustenau and Dornbirn. From there, take the A 14 towards Innsbruck. After passing the Arlberg tunnel, stay on Arlbergschnellstraße. Leave the motorway at Pians and cruise along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B 188) towards your home away from home.
What you should know: useful facts for driving in Austria
To drive on Austrian motorways, you need a toll sticker. You can either buy a sticker right at the border or from a local tobacconist (valid for ten days, two months or one year) or get a digital toll sticker online. By the way: Additional charges apply for the Arlberg tunnel!
During traffic jams, drivers on Austrian motorways are required to form an emergency corridor. To do so, drivers in the left lane keep left, while all others pull all the way over to the right (including the service lane).
Between November and April, cars must be equipped with winter tyres in Austria. Depending on weather conditions, snow chains may be necessary as well. After all, from time to time snow can even occur in summer in the Paznaun!
In addition, it is mandatory to have one high-visibility vest per person on board.
Getting there by plane
If you arrive by plane, the nearest airport is Innsbruck. From there, simply take the bus, train or taxi to your holiday resort in the Paznaun.
Do you have additional questions?
Your holiday advisors at the Paznaun - Ischgl Tourist Office will be happy to help you!
Or visit us in Paznaun in one of our information offices in Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See!