Kitzbueheler Alpen

Location & Travel

Travel Map
Travel Map
Distance: Kilometer:
from Munich 117 km
from Salzburg 83km
from Innsbruck 77km

Travel by Car

from Germany:

Munich South motorway turn off

  • A8 direction Salzburg, Nürnberg, München, A8 . Follow the A8 for ca. 56 km
  • Change at the Autobahncross roads (56) Inntal/101 from the A8 to the A93 direction Innsbruck, A93, Kufstein, Brenner. Follow the A93 for ca. 25 km
  • You are in Austria
  • Change from the A93 to the A12
  • Leave the A12 at Wörgl Ost direction St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and take the Lofererstraße (B171) für ca. 4 km
  • Head left towards the Brixental, in ca. 10 minutes to Westendorf, ca. 15 minutes to Brixen im Thale and ca. 20 minutes Kirchberg in Tirol

from Italy:

  • Brennerautobahn to Innsbruck
  • At Innsbruck take the A12 direction Salzburg
  • Leave the A12 at Wörgl Ost direction St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and take the Lofererstraße (B171) für ca. 4 km.
  • Head left towards the Brixental, in ca. 10 minutes to Westendorf, ca. 15 minutes to Brixen im Thale and ca. 20 minutes Kirchberg in Tirol.

Important Information

Rules & Regulations for Road Travel in Austria

Information: Facts:
Vignette or toll? Vignettes apply on all specified roads in Austria. A vignette between Kufstein süd and the Brixental is not necessary. Vignettes can be purchased at petrol stations
Headlights during the day is no longer law! The use of headlights during the day is no longer mandatory, although recommended by the travel authority.
Warning vests must be worn! In the case of breakdown or accident, warning vests must be worn. (fines apply)
Mobile phones Driving while using mobile phones is banned in Austria(fine from EUR 25,--)
Speed limits fast roads: 100 km/h
motorways: 130 km/h
comunity areas: 50 km/h (unless otherwise stated)
Drink driving limit Upper limit 0,5-Promille. Driving licence for less than two years 0,1-Promille.
What should be carried? It is law to have a first aid kit, warning triangle and warning vest in the car.
Winter tires From 1st November to 15th April it is law to have winter tires. Alternatively snow chains can be used.

Travel by Bus & Train

Stations in the Brixental

International station: Kirchberg
Regional station: Brixen, Westendorf

Österreichische Bundesbahn

Call-Center: +43 (0) 5 1717

Deutsche Bahn

Call-Center: +49 11861

DB Autozug

To travel from Germany comfortably and without traffic to Innsbruck or Munich, yet be mobile once in the Brixental, we recommend the DB Autozug. Information on links and prices at:

Travel by Plane

Flughafen Innsbruck
Fürstenweg 180
6020 Innsbruck

Telefon: +43 512 225 250
Telefax: +43 512 22525-102
info@innsbruck-airport.com
http://innsbruck-airport.com

Flughafen München
Nordallee 25
85326 München-Flughafen

Telefon: +49 89 975 00
Telefax: +49 89 975 5790
info@munich-airport.com
http://www.munich-airport.de

Flughafen Salzburg
Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse 95
5020 Salzburg

Telefon: +43 662 8580
Telefax: +43 662 8580 11
info@salzburg-airport.at
http://www.salzburg-airport.com

Information on travel from the airports to the Brixental is available on the homepage of the Tourist Association Kitzbüheler Alpen - Brixental

Further information on travel to the Brixental is available on the homepage of the Tourist Association Kitzbüheler Alpen - Brixental