Coming via Munich (approx. 2 hours) / Coming via Salzburg (approx. 1 hour) Tauernautobahn south to Bischofshofen, exit Gasteinertal, Bundesstraße 167 to Gasteinertal.
Coming from Innsbruck (approx. 2 hours) Freeway via Wörgl, main road 312 via St.Johann/Tyrol to Lofer, main road 311 via Zell am See to Lend, main road 167 to Gastein or freeway – Kufstein – Salzburg – Villach, exit Gasteinertal, main road 167 to Gasteinertal. Coming from the south you drive via Villach, Möllbrücke and Obervellach to Mallnitz and from there you can easily reach Gastein through the car lock.
Arrival by train
Euro and Intercity trains, express and express trains stop at the Bad Hofgastein and Bad Gastein stations, but not all of them stop at the Dorfgastein station. There are permanent cab and bus connections to the individual parts of the village. We will gladly pick you up from Dorfgastein train station, a fast train station An interesting alternative to a long car trip is the arrival by car train. The nearest car train loading station is in Salzburg and in winter additionally in Schwarzach-St. Veit, so only 20 minutes away from our hotel.
Arrival by plane
The nearest airports are Salzburg and Munich.
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