Easy to reach by all means of transportation – whether by airplane, train or private car Come and reach the first holiday region of the Zillertal Fügen-Kaltenbach in all comfort
With the DB/ÖBB-EC to Jenbach/Tirol. From there, take the Zillertalbahn in direction to "Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal" holiday region.
Check the timetables online now and come one step closer to your holidays in Fügen-Kaltenbach!
Numerous fast and easy connections from all over Germany via the ICE hub in Munich.
Every day you can travel in comfort on one of the night trains from the various cities to your well-deserved holiday in the Zillertal! On the Hamburg-Innsbruck and Düsseldorf-Innsbruck route, even cars and motorbikes can be transported daily in the Nightjets! You can find detailed information with further boarding possibilities, exact departure times and transport options as well as booking possibilities here.
Daily from 19.30 Amsterdam Centraal, arrival in Jenbach at 08.53, return at 21.06 from Jenbach, arrival in Amsterdam 09.58
More information can be found here!
The "Reisezeitenkarte" clearly shows how you can get to the Zillertal quickly and conveniently. The nearest "international" train station is Jenbach, from where you can easily reach your destination in the Zillertal by "Zillertalbahn".
Whether you start in Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig or Frankfurt…You can relax as you take the high-speed ICE train to Munich followed by the EuroCity express train to Jenbach before changing to the Zillertalbahn train or the Tyrol train station shuttle. If you hold a BahnCard and/or take advantage of special offers, the journey to Zillertal can start from just EUR 39.90 for second class travel, and even as little as EUR 19.90 from Munich. A tip for families: your own children and grandchildren under 15 years of age travel with you free of charge. Train tickets can be booked up to six months in advance. Once in Zillertal, train travellers remain mobile thanks to buses, bikes and more trains, some of which are even free of charge.
Overnight travel? No problem at all. From Hamburg and Düsseldorf you can take the comfortable ÖBB Nightjet – the Austrian night train – to Tyrol on any day of the week.
To make it easy and comfortable for you to get from the train station to your accommodation, there is now an online bookable train shuttle from the train stations Wörgl, Jenbach and Innsbruck to your booked accommodation in the "Erste Ferienregion" holiday region. On www.bahnhofshuttle.tirol the journey can be booked up to 72 hours before the start of the journey. The service is provided by Four Seasons Travel, which works with many taxi and bus companies in the regions.
Every day you can travel comfortably on one of the night trains from the German cities of Hamburg, Hanover, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Main, Frankfurt to Jenbach to your well-deserved vacation in the Zillertal! On the Hamburg-Innsbruck and Düsseldorf-Innsbruck route, even cars and motorcycles can be transported daily in the Nightjets! Detailed information with further access possibilities, exact departure times and transport possibilities as well as booking possibilities can be found here.
TIP: During the validity period of the Zillertal Superskipass, your booking confirmation for the accommodation can also be used as a ticket for free arrival and departure on trains and buses of the Zillertal transport company (Zillertalbahn) from Jenbach and from the Zillertal back to Jenbach.
Avoid towing - send baggage ahead! Travel light and book luggage shipping for a comfortable start to your holiday! More information here!
In addition, numerous ski rentals and ski depots are available at the valley stations of the mountain railways to start your day's skiing in comfort.
Travelling from the east, north:
From Munich / Salzburg / Vienna via motorways A1, A8 and A93 to Kiefersfelden. Continue onto the A 12 (Attention: toll road) until you reach the exit Zillertal. Then continue onto B 169 to the Zillertal.
Travelling from the west:
From Vorarlberg / Innsbruck via the A 12 motorway until you reach the exit Zillertal. Continue onto the B 169 to the Zillertal.
Travelling from the south:
From Klagenfurt via motorway A10 to Salzburg; from Graz onto the A9 to Liezen. Then via the A10 to Salzburg or to the exit Bischofshofen (see above).
More information you require for a comfortable journey by car:
- Live traffic information (Roadpilot / ASFINAG service)
- Information on the motorway toll system
- Route planning
- Webcam B169 Zillertalstraße
Most of our accommodations offer sufficient parking facilities for the guests.
The airports of Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are between 50 km and 170 km away from the "Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal" holiday region.
Distances of the airports and the region Fügen-Kaltenbach:
- Airport Innsbruck (50 km)
- Salzburg airport (145 km)
- Munich airport (170 km)
- Frankfurt - Innsbruck: four daily rotations with Air Dolomiti/Lufthansa in winter
- Berlin - Innsbruck: end of January until end of February one weekly connection between Berlin and Innsbruck with Austrian
- Paris - Innsbruck: From December 2x per week with Airfrance - direct flight Paris - Innsbruck
- Bristol - Innsbruck: Direct flight 1x per week from/to Innsbruck with Jet2.com
- Stockholm - Innsbruck: 1x per week from/to Innsbruck with SAS Stockholm
- Brussels - Innsbruck: From December 2x per week with Transavia
Direct flights to Innsbruck:
Frankfurt and Berlin to Innsbruck - all year round, summer and winter
Hamburg to Innsbruck - only in winter
Vienna to Innsbruck - all year round, summer and winter
Amsterdam to Innsbruck - all year round, summer and winter
Eindhoven & Rotterdam/Den Haag to Innsbruck - only in winter
London (LGW + LHR + STN), Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester all year round, summer and winter
Antwerp to Innsbruck - only in winter
Brussels - only in winter
Luxemburg to Innsbruck - only n winter
Moscow (DME) & St. Petersburg - winter only
Detailed information about all flight connections to Innsbruck can be found directly at Innsbruck Airport.
With the "2 Plus day ticket", a maximum of 2 adults and up to 3 children under the age of 15 can use every local public transport in Tyrol for € 35,40 for a whole day. (except long-distance trains such as InterCity, EuroCity and Railjet). Information: The Day Ticket 2 Plus can also be used by 2 adults without children, as a single adult with 4 children or by a group of 5 children. The ticket is also a great offer for grandparents and their grandchildren, friendly parents or couples.
Discover Tyrol comfortably - with the weekly ticket for a region and or for the whole of Tyrol this is very convenient. The ticket is valid for one week. You can find more information and booking details here!