From Germany:
Directions via München - Garmisch/Partenkirchen - Mittenwald - Leutasch (vignette-free)

From Italy:
Directions via Brenner - Innsbruck - Zirl - Seefeld - Leutasch

From Switzerland:
Directions via Arlbergpass - Landeck - Imst - Telfs - Leutasch

If your route passes through highways, you must attach a vignette to your windscreen at an early stage. The automobile clubs, petrol stations and border crossing stations keep these ready at all times. For short breaks is a 10-day vignette. If you visit Tyrol longer or more often, the 2-month or yearly vignette is worthwhile. With the vignette you have free travel on arrival by car. Information on current prices can be found at



For those who appreciate a comfortable and uncomplicated journey, the train offers a cheap alternative. Both from Munich and from Innsbruck there are good connections to the Olympiaregion Seefeld.

>> ÖBB - Austrian Federal Railways
>> DB - German Railway Company
>> Swizz Railways



>> Flight tickets to Tyrol


Regional bus service

Current bus and train connections to Seefeld train station or Innsbruck can be found quickly and easily at: