A-5754 Saalbach Hinterglemm
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Arrival from Eastern Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary
Western Motorway Vienna – Salzburg (A1) vignette obligation, exit Wals-Lofer, border crossing, further via Bad Reichenhall to the border crossing Steinpaß, Lofer, direction Zell am See, Maishofen, Saalbach Hinterglemm.
Arrival from Germany
Motorway Munich – Salzburg (A8) until exit Siegsdorf From there we continue in direction Inzell. Continue until you reach a junction described as Lofer. At Steinpaß you cross the state border and continue on to Lofer. From there continue to Saalfelden and direction Zell am See. In Maishofen you reach the exit to the Glemmtal. From there it is only 14 km to Saalbach Hinterglemm. You don’t need a motorway sticker (vignette) for this route.
Arrival from Italy, Slovenia, Croatia (Villach)
Tauern motorway Villach-Salzburg (A10) vignette obligation, junction Bischofshofen, Pinzgauer Bundesstraße B311 direction Zell am See, Maishofen, Saalbach Hinterglemm.
Arrival from Italy (Brenner)
Brenner motorway (A13) towards Innsbruck, exit Innsbruck East, continue on the Inntal motorway (A12) towards Wörgl, vignette obligation, exit Wörgl West, continue on the B312 to Saalfelden, Maishofen, Saalbach Hinterglemm.
Arrival by train
The nearest train station for you is Zell am See. ÖBB will gladly inform you about train information. From Zell am See you can reach us with the post bus, which is available in an one hour interval to Saalbach Hinterglemm. You can also catch a taxi in front of the train station Zell am See.
Arrival by plane
The nearest international airport is Salzburg. All major airlines have Salzburg as their arrival and departure destination in their programme. From the most important airports of Salzburg, Innsbruck or Munich, shuttle buses drive into our region.