To help you find your way to us to be there in time for the start of the KOASA March, we have listed the various travel options for you here. Whether by car, public transport or plane, Kufsteinerland is ideally located as a gateway to the Alps and makes your journey straightforward and easy.
- From the north (D, NL, B, GB, etc.) A8 towards Salzburg - at the Inntal-Dreieck (Inntal motorway triangle) turn onto the A93 towards Kufstein
- From the west (CH) A12 Inntalautobahn towards Kufstein
- From the east (Salzburg) via the Westautobahn A1 towards Salzburg - via A8 towards Munich - at the Inntal-Dreieck (Inntal motorway triangle) onto the A93 towards Kufstein
- From the south (IT) A22 towards Brenner - A13 towards Innsbruck - A12 Inntalautobahn towards Kufstein
Kufstein Süd, Kufstein Nord, Oberaudorf, Kiefersfelden
- Car park Kirchplatz Ebbs
- Car park Raiffeisenplatz
- Car park Schopperweg
Toll sticker "vignette" compulsory:
The toll is required for all motorways and expressways in Austria. Since January 1, 1997 toll has to be paid for vehicles up to and including 3.5 tons maximum permissible gross weight. For vehicles over 3.5 tons maximum permissible gross weight the GO Toll Obligation (GO Box) has been in force since Jan. 1, 2004. As from the state border you need a toll sticker (vignette), available at border crossings, petrol stations and automobile clubs.
Also mandatory in Austria are safety vests for drivers and passengers leaving the car in the event of breakdowns or accidents.
General Traffic Service:
You will find current information e.g. on road conditions on the website of the Austrian Automobile Club (ÖAMTC). For the winter months, please remember to take along the necessary winter equipment for your car (e.g. winter tires, snow chains).
Barrier-free travel with the Austrian (ÖBB) and (DB) German Federal Railways
The Kufsteinerland is located on the international railway line Munich-Innsbruck-Brenner-Verona. Kufstein is the Austrian and German border railway station, where all express and intercity trains stop.
From the airport directly to your accommodation:
A relaxing way to start your holiday with "Transfer Tirol". An eco-friendly and quality-tested transfer service is provided for all travellers arriving at the airports Munich or Innsbruck. Passengers will be picked up at the arrival hall and taken directly to their Tyrolean holiday destination and of course back to the airport again. The shuttle service can be booked up to 72 hours prior to departure via www.transfer.tirol.at
There is also the possibility to rent a car at one of the car rentals located at the airports.