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Getting to East Tyrol

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By car

From Germany (Munich)

  • E54 to Kiefersfelden/Kufstein
  • Last exit before the state border (Kiefersfelden); no vignette required.
  • From Kufstein – signposts for "Felbertauernstraße" (safe to use in winter)
  • Via Felbertauernstraße to East Tyrol

216 kilometres; 2hours 30 minute drive time


From Switzerland

  • A14 via Feldkirch / Bludenz / Arlberg
  • A12 via Innsbruck to the Wörgl Ost exit;
  • Signposts for "Felbertauernstraße"
  • Via Kitzbühel, Mittersill to East Tyrol...

480 kilometres; 6 hours 30 minute drive time


From Vienna

  • A2 to Klagenfurt - Villach (A 10) - Spittal (B 100) – East Tyrol 

470 kilometres; 5 hours 30 minute drive time


From Salzburg

  • Salzburg (A10) - Knoten Spittal – East Tyrol 220 kilometres
  • Or - Salzburg (A10) - Lofer/ Zell a. See (B312/311) - B168 to Mittersill - Felbertauernstraße – East Tyrol

180 kilometres; 2 hours 30 minute drive time


From Italy (Bolzano)

  • Bolzano (A22) - Brixen (S 49 DIR/E 68) - Innichen (B 100) – East Tyrol

149 kilometres; 2 hours 5 minute drive time


 From Italy (Venice)

  • Venice (A4 / E 70) - Udine (A23/E55) - Tolmezzo - Plöckenpass – East Tyrol 250 kilometres

250 kilometres; 3 hour drive time

Bus & Train

  • By train via Bozen - Brixen - Sillian - Lienz 
  • Via Spittal to Lienz - Sillian
  • Via Kitzbühel – continue by bus to Matrei - Lienz

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