Getting here by car

Osttirol is easily accessible by car from all directions. You can use Google Maps to work out your route.

Some routes include toll roads or mountain passes. From the north you can reach Osttirol via the Felbertauern Road, a toll road that is open all year round. Austrian Federal Railways operates the Tauernschleuse, a shuttle service for cars connecting Osttirol with the Salzburg region. The train travels through the Tauern tunnel, between the Gastein valley and the Möll valley. The Plöcken Pass leads to Osttirol from the south. The Staller Saddle Pass and the Grossglockner High Alpine Road are only open during the summer.

The ASFINAG website provides up-to-the-minute traffic information.

Are you travelling in an electric car? Our interactive map shows you the locations of charging stations in Osttirol.

Starting point

Webcams showing traffic conditions

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Travelling by air

You can reach Osttirol from the following airports. They offer scheduled or charter-flight services from a number of cities, depending on the season.

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Travelling by train

Travelling to Osttirol by train couldn’t be more convenient.