Many paths lead to 3,000 metres above sea level

Arrival by train, car or plane? You are really looking forward to those first turns in the snow, but how are you going to get to the perpetual ice? We have put together all the travel information you need.

By train

You can easily reach the 5 Tyrolean Glaciers by train directly. International trains stop directly and regularly at the regional train stations Landeck-Zams (for the Kauntertal Glacier), Imst-Pitztal (for the Pitztal Glacier), Ötztal train station (for Sölden), Innsbruck main train station (for the Stubai Glacier) or Jenbach (for the Hintertux Glacier).

Arrival by train from Germany

With this offer from With the Nightjet to the Snow, guests from Germany can easily and comfortably reach the Stubai Glacier and Hintertux Glacier. Plus, the ski pass (3–6 days) is included in the ticket price. The Nightjet brings guests from 7 different cities in Germany all the way to Tirol.
There are several fast and easy connections with Deutsche Bahn to Tirol: Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin and new from Dortmund via Cologne, as well as 7 times per day from Munich.

Arrival by train from Austria

Guests from the East of Austria can easily and comfortably reach Tirol by train with ÖBB. There are 16 connections per day via St. Pölten, Linz and Salzburg. On top of the two daily connections from Graz, there is also a daily Nightjet connection.

The WESTbahn has increased its connections, so you can now reach Tirol five times per day.

Arrival by train from Switzerland

With ÖBB/SBB, you can reach Tirol 7 times per day from Zurich.

The train station transfer shuttle by Four Seasons Travel will take you directly to your accommodation, guaranteeing a comfortable and quick onward journey from the train station.

By car

Tirol can be reached from all directions. Motorway toll stickers are available from automobile clubs, petrol stations and at border crossings. There is also a toll sticker valid for 10 days. Click on the glacier you want to visit on the map to plan your direct route.

By plane

Many European airlines fly to Innsbruck airport and the airport is connected to several international airports. Guests can fly to Innsbruck several times per week from Berlin, Frankfurt and, as of this year, Hamburg. Tirol is also easy to reach via the airports of Munich, Memmingen, Zurich or Salzburg. Comfortable airport transfer service with Four Seasons Travel or directly with your accommodation provider.

Here you can find all the best connections to Innsbruck airport: Flying into Tirol | Tirol in Austria

Getting around in Tirol

The ski buses will take you to your destination in Tirol. You can use the public transport system in the region for free with your ski pass.