No matter if you’re travelling by car, train or plane – find out about how to get to the holiday resort of See in the Paznaun region and spend an unforgettable time in one of Tyrol’s most beautiful valleys!
Arriving by train and bus
Travelling by train and bus is a comfortable and relaxed way to get to the holiday resort of See. Buy a train ticket to Landeck-Zams and take bus No. 260 towards Paznaun from there. Depending on your final destination, the drive to See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür takes about one hour – plenty of time to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Tyrolean mountains!
from Germany: You only need to change trains once to get from Hamburg or the Ruhr region to the direct bus to See.
from Switzerland: It’s particularly convenient and easy to get to Landeck station from Switzerland – just take the direct train from Zurich.
from Italy: Change trains in Innsbruck to get to Landeck-Zams station.
from Landeck: Once your train arrives at Landeck, simply hop on the hourly bus to See.
If you’re travelling to Austria via the German A7 or A95 motorway, continue south along the Fernpassbundesstraße (B179) to Tyrol. Passing Imst and Landeck, continue along the A12 motorway and the Arlbergschnellstraße (S16). Take the exit Pians and continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
Coming from the German 193 motorway, continue towards Innsbruck on the Austrian Inntal motorway (A12) via Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck. Take the Arlbergschnellstraße (S16) until exit Pians and continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
Coming from the A96 to Lindau, take the A12 via Bregenz, Feldkirch and the Alrberg tunnel and continue along the S16 until exit Pians. Continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür. In summer, you can also get to the Paznaun region via the Silvretta high-alpine road – simply take the exit Bludenz and enjoy some breathtaking mountain views!
Take the A22 motorway north along the Brenner pass and continue along the Austrian A13 motorway. In Innsbruck, take the A12 motorway towards Bregenz and continue along the S16 until exit Pians. Continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
You can also get from Italy to See taking the SS40 up north via the Reschen pass. Continue along the B180 via Nauders and Landeck and take the S16 towards Bregenz until exit Pians. Continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
You’re arriving from Switzerland? Take the A3 towards Feldkirch or the A1 towards Lustenau and Dornbirn. Continue along the A14 towards Innsbruck and take the Arlberg tunnel towards the S16. Take exit Pians and continue along the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188) towards See, Kappl, Ischgl and Galtür.
Toll charge and toll stickers: Keep in mind that you need a toll sticker or “Vignette” on all Austrian motorways. Toll stickers for ten days, two months and one year are available at all border crossings, service stations and tobacconists. What’s more, there is an additional charge to use the Arlberg tunnel. To save time, you can purchase an electronic toll ticket in advance.
Emergency corridor: In case of congestion, all drivers on Austrian motorways are required by law to form an emergency corridor to clear the way for approaching emergency vehicles. Drivers on the left-hand lane are obliged to move as far to the left as possible, while all other drivers (middle and right-hand lane) move as far to the right as possible, including the hard shoulder.
Winter tyres and high-visibility vests: From November until April, all vehicles in Austria must be equipped with winter tyres and, depending on snow conditions, with snow chains. What’s more, drivers are obliged to carry a high-visibility vest to wear when exiting their vehicle in case of an accident or breakdown.
Travel times and traffic news: Take the time to plan your journey in advance, taking into account local traffic and congestion news. Saturday usually is the heaviest traffic day.