Getting to Paznaun

Holidays in one of Tyrol's most scenic valleys

To avoid any unnecessary stress, drivers should pay heed to a few things before making their way to Paznaun:

  • There are motorway tolls in Austria. Anyone caught without a valid ‘Vignette’ will have to pay a hefty fine. ‘Vignettes’ (road tax discs) are available from kiosks and service stations (also in neighbouring countries). They are valid for 10 days, 2 months or a full year.
  • An extra fee is payable for the Arlberg tunnel. Here a video toll ticket bought in advance will save time and hassle.
  • High visibility vests are also compulsory in Austria – and that for every passenger who leaves the vehicle in the event of breakdowns or accidents.
  • In winter, appropriate equipment is required, i.e. snow tyres and, depending on the weather, also snow chains.
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There are several ways to get to Paznaun from Germany:

  • First take the A7 in Germany or the A95 heading south. Then on the Fernpassbundesstraße (B179) via Imst and Landeck, on the A12 motorway and continue on the S16 (Arlberg expressway) to the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.  
  • First take the A 93 in Germany heading for Innsbruck. Then take the Inntal motorway in Austria (A 12) via Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck on the S 16 (Arlberg expressway) to the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. 
  • First along the A 96 heading for Lindau to Austria on the A 14. Then continue via Bregenz, Feldkirch and through the Arlberg tunnel onto the S 16 to the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. In summer you can also exit the motorway in Bludenz and get to Paznaun via the Silvretta high Alpine road.

There are two ways to get to Paznaun from Italy:

  • First of all head north on the A 22 motorway over the Brenner Pass on the A 13 in Austria. Then in Innsbruck head towards Bregenz on the A 12 and continue on the S 16 until the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. 
  • First take the SS 40 heading north via the Reschen Pass on the B 180 to Austria. Then head via Nauders and Landeck onto the S 16 towards Bregenz to the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. 

Getting to Paznaun from Switzerland:

  • First take the A 3 to Feldkirch or the A 1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. Then in Austria take the A 14 toward Innsbruck and continue through the Arlberg tunnel on the S 16 to the Pians exit. From there on the Silvretta A-road (B 188) to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. In summer you can also exit the motorway in Bludenz and get to Ischgl via the Silvretta high Alpine road.

Getting here by train & bus:

  • It’s also very convenient to get to Paznaun in Tyrol by train or by public bus. To do so, first take the train to Landeck-Zams railway station. The local 260 bus for Paznaun leaves directly from the train station forecourt. The bus journey to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür takes a good hour, depending on the destination. On the way, travellers can enjoy great views of the Tyrolean Alps..

Landeck - See - Kappl - Ischgl - Galtür
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Getting here by plane

  • The destination airport for holidays in Paznaun is Innsbruck Airport (INN, www.innsbruck-airport.com). From Innsbruck, continue by train, rental car or taxi. 

Travelling by taxi

  • Our taxi companies are your partners for your holidays and will take you to Ischgl, Kappl, See and Galtür from any surrounding train station or airport.