München – Garmisch-Patenkirchen – Mittenwald - Seefeld
Salzburg – Innsbruck - Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (NB: cars, vans and HGV vehicles pulling a trailer (or caravan) are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
Brenner (Brenner motorway A13) – Innsbruck – Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (NB: cars, vans and HGV vehicles pulling a trailer (or caravan) are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
If your route takes you over any Austrian motorways, then make sure you purchase a motorway toll sticker and adhere it to the front windscreen of your car before accessing the motorway. The toll stickers can be bought from automobile associations and at fuel stations and border crossings. A 10-day sticker is ideal for short breaks. If you’re staying longer, you can purchase a two-month sticker, and a full-year toll sticker is available for those who plan to visit Tyrol more than once during the year.
Arriving by Train
For all those who appreciate a comfortable, hassle-free journey to their holiday destination, rail travel offers a convenient, attractively- priced alternative. There are excellent rail connections to the Olympiaregion Seefeld from both Munich and Salzburg, and the Seefeld railway station enjoys an ideal location right at the edge of the pedestrian area - Scharnitz and Reith bei Seefeld both have railway stations too.
Guests arriving by train, upon showing confirmation of an accommodation reservation in the Olympiaregion Seefeld, can travel free of charge (within Austria national territory) to the bus stop closest to their holiday accommodation.
Local Bus Travel
For up-to-date bus and train timetables to and from the Seefeld railway station and/or Innsbruck, visit the website of the local public transport network.
Leave your car at home and enjoy an easy, comfortable journey by bus. FlixBus offers you environmentally friendly, low-priced bus connections.
Fernbus/FlixBus coaches offer a safe, comfortable journey from Munich to Seefeld and back no fewer than 8 times per day – an ideal connection from Munich Airport too. Mein Fernbus/Flixbus offers easy, hassle-free travel from all over Germany and, alongside the Tyrol’s capital city of Innsbruck, the Olympiaregion Seefeld is one of the best connected regions. Flixbus coach connections are also available from Italy and Switzerland.