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Many paths lead to Ischgl

Whether by car or by train – even just getting to Ischgl in Tyrol is a part of your holiday.  The breath-taking scenery in Tyrol relaxes you almost automatically.

 

To avoid any unnecessary stress, drivers should pay heed to a few things before coming to Ischgl:

  • There are motorway tolls in Austria. Anyone caught without a valid ‘Vignette’ will have to pay a hefty fine. ‘Vignettes’ are available from kiosks and service stations (also in bordering countries). They are valid for 10 days, 2 months or for a full year.
  • An extra fee is payable for the Arlberg tunnel. Here an advanced purchased video toll ticket will save time, and your nerves.
  • High visibility vests are also compulsory in Austria – and also for every passenger who leaves the vehicle in the event of breakdowns or accidents.
  • In winter appropriate equipment is required, and depending on the weather, snow chains too.

There are 3 ways to get to Ischgl from Germany:

  • First of all take the A7 in Germany or the A95 heading south. Then on the Fernpassbundesstraße (B179) via Imst and Landeck, on the A12 motorway and continue on the S16 (Arlberg clearway) to the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl.
  • First of all take the A 93 in Germany heading for Innsbruck. Then take the Inntal motorway in Austria (A 12) via Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck on the S 16 (Arlberg clearway) to the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl.
  • First of all take the A96 heading for Lindau in Austria on the A 14. Then continue via Bregenz, Feldkirch and through the Arlberg tunnel on the S16 to the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl. In summer you can also exit the motorway in Bludenz and get to Ischgl via the Silvretta high Alpine road.

There are 2 ways to get to Ischgl from Italy:

  • First of all head north on the A 22 motorway via Brenner on the A 13 in Austria. Then in Innsbruck head towards Bregenz on the A 12 and continue on the S 16 until the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl.
  • First of all take the SS 40 heading north via the Reschenpass on the B 180 to Austria. Then head via Nauders and Landeck on the S 16 towards Bregenz to the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl.

Getting to Ischgl from Switzerland:

  • First of all take the A 3 to Feldkirch or the A 1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. Then in Austria take the A 14 toward Innsbruck and continue through the Arlberg tunnel on the S 16 to the Pians exit. From here it is 20 kilometres on the main Silvretta road (B 188) to Ischgl. In summer you can also exit the motorway in Bludenz and get to Ischgl via the Silvretta high Alpine road.

Getting here by train and bus:

It’s also very convenient to get to Ischgl in Tyrol by train or by local bus. To do so, first of all take the train to Landeck-Zams station. The local 4240 bus for Paznaun leaves directly from the train station forecourt. The bus journey to Ischgl only takes around an hour and provides a superb view to the Tyrolean Alps.

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