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Location and how to get here

Zell am Ziller is located in the middle of Zillertal. Numerous public transport links from major European cities make your journey relaxing and low cost. You can reach your accommodation comfortably by taking the Zillertalbahn train or a public bus from Jenbach, your destination station. From your destination airport, Innsbruck or Munich, the reliable airport shuttle will take you quickly and comfortably to your accommodation.

Getting here by train

Zillertal is 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, Alex´s Zillertal Taxi and a bus – getting around Zillertal is simple and easy.

Tirol Snow Card
Holders of a valid Tirol Snow Card can use all the Zillertaler Verkehrsbetriebe scheduled public transport (except steam trains) between Jenbach and Mayrhofen free of charge from 1 October 2021 to 15 May 2022. Ski equipment or ski clothing is not necessary. Journeys to and from work are excluded from this transport provision.

Zillertal Superskipass 2 to 21 days
Holders of a valid Superskipass with a validity period of 2 days to 21 days can use all the Zillertaler Verkehrsbetriebe scheduled public transport (except steam trains) between Jenbach and Mayrhofen free of charge from 4 December 2021 to 18 April 20222. Ski equipment or ski clothing is not necessary.

Zillertal Superskipass – season ticket
Holders of a valid season ticket for the entire Zillertal can use all the Zillertaler Verkehrsbetriebe scheduled public transport (except steam trains) between Jenbach and Mayrhofen free of charge from 4 December 2021 to 18 April 2022. Ski equipment or ski clothing is not necessary. Journeys to and from work are excluded from this transport provision.

Travelling to the holiday resort
No Superskipass is required to travel to the holiday resort, in this case booking confirmation for a holiday stay in Zillertal is valid as proof to claim free transport.

Leaving the holiday resort
Customers who have a valid Superskipass or a Superskipass that expired the day before can travel home by train and bus to Jenbach free of charge.

Online Zillertalbahn timetable
Online ÖBB timetable
Online DB timetable
Online SBB timetable

Getting here by car

Take the A12 Inntal motorway (motorway toll sticker!) to 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 contine 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.

Plan your route

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. Alex´s Zillertal Taxi and Four Seasons airport shuttle service takes guests safely and comfortably from the destination airports to Zillertal.

Getting around the resort

Thanks to the well-developed public transport system, train station transfers and ski buses, getting around the resort is easy.

With the Zillertalbahn train & bus

With the Zillertalbahn train & bus

The half-hourly Zillertalbahn train from Jenbach to Mayrhofen is an easy and reliable service to visit many places locally.
By bus (number 4094)

By bus (number 4094)

Excellent bus links take you all over the region, including straight to the bottom stations of the summer cable cars.
With the Pinzgauer Lokalbahn railway

With the Pinzgauer Lokalbahn railway

The Pinzgauer Lokalbahn runs from Zell am See to Krimml along the Salzach between Hohe Tauern National Park and the Pinzgauer Grasberge mountains.

Zell-Gerlos taxi firms

Zell:

  • Zillertal Taxi Schneidinger, Tel. 0043 5282 2255
  • Taxi Huber, Tel. 0043 664 2006326
  • Taxi Lois, Tel. 0043 5282 2625
  • Taxi Willi Tel. 0043 664 3923826
  • Alex´s Zillertal Taxi, Tel. 0043 664 3028666

Gerlos:

  • Alpen Taxi Gerlos e.U, Tel. 0043 664 1001312
  • Reini’s Taxi Tel. 0043 650 4637575
  • Taxi Willi Tel. 0043 664 1059163

Plan your route

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