to Nauders on the Reschen Pass

Whether by car, train, bus or plane – here you will find plenty of arrival information on how to get to Nauders.

A few important things to be aware of:

  1. In Austria there is a toll for using the Autobahn. Those that are caught without a valid Vignette (badge) are subject to large fines. The Vignettes are sold at kiosks and petrol stations. They are valid for 10 days, 2 months or for a whole year
  2. The requirement for a Vignette also applies to the Landeck Tunnel (alternative route possible)
  3. In Austria there is a requirement for winter tyres from 01 November to 15 April; you will also need suitable equipment, including snow chains depending on the weather.
  4. High-visibility vests are also mandatory in Austria – including for any passengers that leave the vehicle in the event of a breakdown or accident.


Regionen Map Background

Arriving by car 

From whichever direction you arrive: Tyrol is easy to reach by car on many routes. Check your route planner, buy your Vignette and off you go.

 Getting here by car:

Kempten-Reutte-Fern Pass-Imst-Landeck-Nauders 
> Lindau/Feldkirch-Arlberg tunnel-Landeck-Nauders 
> Vienna-Linz-Salzburg-Innsbruck-Landeck-Nauders 
> Munich-Rosenheim-Kufstein-Kramsach-Innsbruck-Landeck-Nauders 
> Bolzano-Merano-Reschen Pass-Nauders

Directions by rail 

Travel to Tyrol nice and relaxed, free from traffic jams and stress. Countless rail connections from many European towns and cities make a relaxed arrival possible.

Getting here by train: 

Get here better - by train to Tyrol/Austria.
With 33 direct connections daily and numerous connections with easy changes, the best destinations in Tyrol are easy to reach from many places in Germany. Often faster than by car. A train will take you calmly and safely to your destination. From as little as 39 euros! Your children (aged under 15) can even travel with you free of charge (must be named on the ticket).

Your destination train station is Landeck-Zams. From there, you can reach Nauders on the Reschen Pass on the Postbus or in a taxi.

Arrival by train

Getting here by air 

Plan your journey to Tyrol by air: Many European airlines fly to Innsbruck airport, with flights arriving throughout the day.

Getting here by plane:

Innsbruck airport - 120 km 
Munich airport - 230 km 
Zurich airport - 255 km

Arriving by plane