Your holiday is booked and you’re looking forward to a great time in the snow? Let’s go to Ischgl! Find out how to get to the ski mecca of Ischgl and spend an unforgettable time in the Tyrolean mountains. Whether you’re arriving in a climate-friendly way by train or travelling by car or plane – it’s easy to get to Ischgl!
All aboard: the environmentally friendly way of getting to Ischgl
In addition to great slopes and cosy huts, Ischgl boasts another advantage: It’s easy to reach by train and public transport. In times of increased climate awareness, that’s a real asset! Getting to Ischgl by train is not just convenient and stress-free, it’s also good for our climate.
Talking about our climate: Did you know that the ski resort of Ischgl is eager to reach complete climate-neutrality? In addition to reducing carbon emissions and promoting renewable energy sources, we also encourage our guests to travel to Ischgl in an environmentally friendly way.
Hop on and relax: the climate-friendly way of getting to Ischgl
- from Germany: You only need to change trains once to get from Hamburg or the Ruhr region to the direct bus to Ischgl.
- from Switzerland: It’s particularly convenient and easy to get to Landeck station from Switzerland – just take the direct train from Zurich.
- from Italy: Change trains in Innsbruck to get to Landeck-Zams station.
- from Landeck: Once your train arrives at Landeck, simply hop on the hourly bus to Ischgl.
Direct bus to Ischgl
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. The ride takes about an hour – plenty of time to enjoy the view of the stunning mountain scenery!
Our tip: Winter sports athletes even get to use the direct bus between Landeck station and Galtür Wirl for free (except for arrival and departure from your accommodation)!
Winter sports athletes include …
- skiers and snowboarders with their winter sports equipment
- sledgers with their winter sports equipment
- cross-country skiers with their winter sports equipment
- ski pass holders of the ski resorts along the bus route
- guests with a personal guest card from the Paznaun-Ischgl Tourist Office for the duration of their stay
- 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 Ischgl, Kappl, See and Galtür.
- Mouth and nose protection is currently still mandatory. The passenger must have this with them.
- A few masks are carried in the bus, but we cannot supply them or guarantee them. This is the responsibility of the passengers.
- The distance rules also apply. However, the minimum distance of 1 m may not be reached because this is very difficult in buses. The seats can all be occupied and
- we take standing passengers according to the distances. This will be max. 15 people are allowed.
“Herzlich wilkommen” – arriving by car from Germany
- You’re travelling south via the German A7 or A95 motorways? Then you should take Fernpassbundesstraße B197 in Tyrol. Continue to the A12 via Imst and Landeck and then take Arlbergschnellstraße S16. Take exit Pians and follow Silvretta Bundesstraße B188 to Ischgl.
- You’re starting your journey on the German A93 motorway towards Innsbruck? Take the Austrian Inntal motorway A12 via Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck. Continue on the Arlbergschnellstraße S16 and take exit Pians. Then follow Silvretta Bundesstraße B188 towards Ischgl.
- The German A96 motorway towards Lindau takes you to Ischgl as well. Follow the Austrian motorway A14 in the direction of Bregenz, Feldkirch. Via the Arlbergtunnel, continue on to the S16. Take exit Pians and follow Silvretta Bundesstraße B188 to Ischgl. Tip: In summer, it’s well worth leaving the motorway in Bludenz to enjoy the stunning view from the Silvretta High Alpine Road.
“Ciao bella” – arriving by car from Italy
- You’re starting northbound on the A22 motorway? The Brenner Pass takes you onto the Austrian A13 motorway. In Innsbruck, take motorway A12 and then Arlbergschnellstraße S16 to the exit in Pians. Via Silvretta Bundesstraße B188, head towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
- Let’s go to Ischgl! Take the SS40 heading north. Via the Reschen Pass, you’ll get to the B180 in Austria. Continue past Nauders and Landeck and stay on the S16 towards Bregenz. Then take exit Pians and continue on Silvretta Bundesstraße B188 towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
“Gruezi” – arriving by car from Switzerland
- Coming from Switzerland, take the A3 to Feldkirch or the A1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. Once you’re there, continue on the A14 towards Innsbruck. Then follow the S16 via the Arlberg tunnel until exit Pians. You’ve almost made it to your destination – via the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188), you’ll be in Paznaun-Ischgl in no time.
Arriving by plane
Ischgl is easy to reach by plane as well. The nearest airport is in Innsbruck. From there, you can take the bus, train or a taxi to Ischgl. You can also rent a car, of course.
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Tips for your journey to Ischgl
- Additional charges on the motorways: Austrian highways operate on a toll system, so don’t forget to purchase a toll sticker (“Vignette”). It’s available at all border crossings, gas stations and the Austrian ÖAMTC offices. Depending on the duration of your stay, there are different types of toll stickers available. Mind you: there is an additional toll that has to be paid at the Arlbergtunnel!
- Correct behaviour during traffic jams: In Austria, cars need to form a so-called emergency corridor in the case of a traffic jam. This makes it possible for the police, ambulance and fire brigade to quickly get to the scene of an accident. That means: all cars in the left lane keep left and all others pull all the way over to the right. The service lane is supposed to be used as well!
- Safety: From November to April, winter tyres are obligatory in Austria. Depending on weather conditions, cars have to have snow chains on board as well. Additionally, people who exit their car during a breakdown or accident need to wear a high-visibility vest.
- Travel times and traffic updates: Plan your journey carefully and find out about the current traffic situation ahead of time. Saturdays are usually the days with the heaviest traffic.
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