Location and how to get here
Getting here by train
Zillertal and Pinzgau are easily accessible by train from almost all over Germany – by day & night. Whether it’s from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Hanover or Frankfurt – enjoy relaxed, high-speed travel to Munich with Deutsche Bahn’s ICE train, then continue quickly with the EuroCity to Jenbach where you change to the Zillertalbahn train or the Four Seasons station shuttle.
- Lightning fast, for sure:
Have breakfast in Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin or Leipzig in the morning and explore the Zillertal mountains with your children in the early evening.
- Great savings:
Enjoy low-cost travel to Zillertal with the saver fare or BahnCard railcard. Rail tickets can be booked up to 6 months in advance.
- Save more:
Groups of six or more can travel to Zillertal at even lower prices. The Europe group saver fare for Austria can be booked up to 12 months in advance at travel centres or by telephone. Online up to 6 months in advance.
- Everything a family needs:
A train journey means adventure, fun and a lot of freedom. In the toddler compartment, in the family areas on the ICE train and with the children’s menu in the on-board restaurant or bistro, there is no room for boredom. Many ICE trains have on-board childminders at the weekend.
- Getting around in the valley:
The Zillertalbahn train, Four Seasons Travel shuttle service and a bus – getting around Zillertal is simple and easy.
Getting here by car
Take the A12 Inntal Autobahn (motorway toll sticker!) as far as the Zillertal exit between Innsbruck and Kufstein. Continue on the B169 to your holiday destination.
Coming from the north: From Munich/Salzburg/Vienna take the A1, A8 and A93 to Kiefersfelden. Continue on the A12 (motorway toll sticker!) until you reach the Zillertal exit. Then take the B169 to Zillertal.
Coming from the east: A10 Tauern motorway to Werfen, B 311 to Schwarzach, Zell am See, then take the B 168 to Mittersill and continue on the B 165
Coming from the west: From Vorarlberg/Innsbruck on the A12 to the Zillertal exit. Continue on the B169 until you reach Zillertal.
Coming from the south: From Klagenfurt on the A10 to Salzburg. From Graz on the A9 to Liezen. Then take the A10 to Salzburg or the Bischofshofen exit (see above).
Getting here by air
Innsbruck (50 km), Munich (170 km) and Salzburg (150 km) airports are not far from Zillertal and Pinzgau and are directly connected to destinations throughout Europe by daily scheduled flights.
When you fly, your holiday already starts at home. The reliable Four Seasons airport shuttle service takes guests safely and comfortably from the destination airports to Zillertal.