Getting to the TIroler Zugspitz Arena
From close-by or from far-away countries, by car, bus, train or plane: The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena can easily be reached by any means of transport and from any direction. Ready to plan your journey to the holiday region at the foot of the Zugspitze?
… by car
For a toll-free journey from Germany to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, you can choose between two routes: A7 motorway (Ulm – Füssen) or A95 motorway (Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen)
Good to know: The approximate duration from various destinations are …
- Innsbruck: 60 minutes (75 kilometres)
- Munich: 1.5 hours (110 kilometres)
- Stuttgart: 2.5 hours (250 kilometres)
- Merano: 2.5 hours (180 kilometres)
- Zurich: 3 hours (260 kilometres)
Plan your route right away!
Speaking from experience, Saturday tends to be the busiest travel day. This means: Plan for more time in case of possible delays or adjust your travel time if need be!
The same applies during heavy-traffic holiday times. Current traffic reports and continuous updates on traffic jams can be found on the website of ÖAMTC.
… by bus
The Flixbus inter-city coach offers daily connections both to the Tyrolean and to the German side of the Zugspitze – for instance, to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
… by train
A comfortable way of coming to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is taking the overnight train by the ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways). This nightjet takes holiday guests from Brussels, Hamburg or Düsseldorf to Tyrol’s capital Innsbruck. That’s also a great option for guests from the Netherlands, Denmark and Great Britain – thanks to the following connections:
Amsterdam – Düsseldorf – Innsbruck
Copenhagen – Hamburg – Innsbruck
London – Brussels – Innsbruck
What are you waiting for? Plan your journey by train right away!