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Getting to Hopfgarten by car

Getting to Hopfgarten in your own car is easy and convenient. There are no annoying dams or tiring serpentines and mountain passes on the way to your holiday paradise. Hopfgarten can be reached on good state or through roads.

Getting here from Germany (coming from Munich)

With road tax disc

From motorway junction "München Süd" (Munich South) (to all directions)
A8 in direction of Salzburg. Folllow the A8 for approx. 56 km
At the motorway junction (56) Inntal/101 change from the A8 to the A93 towards I, Innsbruck, A93, Kufstein, Brenner. Follow the A93 for approx. 25 km
You will reach Austria.
Change from the A93 to the A12
Exit the A12 at the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost towards St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and drive along Lofererstrasse (B171). Follow the course of this road for approx. 4 km.
After about 4 kilometers you will get to a roundabout. Exit this at the first exit. Follow the through road for another 10 km. You have reached Hopfgarten.

Without road tax disc

From the border crossing Kufstein Süd without toll or road tax disc into the Kitzbüheler Alpenl
A8 in direction of Salzburg, Nuremberg, Munich, A8 . Follow the A8 for approx. 56 km
At the motorway junction (56) Inntal/101 change from the A8 to the A93 towards I, Innsbruck, A93, Kufstein, Brenner. Follow the A93 for approx. 25 km
You will reach Austria.
Change from the A93 onto the A12
Exit Kufstein Süd
Through road 178 (previously B312) Eiberg
Bundesstraße 178 (previously B312) towards Wörgl
After about 25 km you will reach your holiday destination Hopfgarten
NOTE! AS OF DECEMBER 2013, ROAD TAX DISCS ARE MANDATORY FROM THE THE AUSTRIAN STATE BORDER!!!

Travelling from Austria (coming from Salzburg)

With road tax disc

Coming from Salzburg
Take the A1 or the A10 until the exit "Salzburg West", or across the Austrain-German border on the A8 until the exit "Bad Reichenhall"
From here, follow the through road 178 via Lofer, or the through road 21 (GER) in direction of Lofer
You will reach the holiday region of St. Johann in the Kitzbüheler Alpen.
From here, follow the signs in direction of Kitzbühel / Brixental. You will reach Hopfgarten, the last town in the Brixental valley.

Getting here from Italy (coming from Innsbruck)

With road tax disc

Brenner Autobahn to Innsbruck
At Innsbruck, take the A12 towards Salzburg / Germany
Exit the A12 at the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost towards St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and drive along Lofererstrasse (B171). Follow the course of this road for approx. 4 km.
After about 4 kilometers you will get to a roundabout. Exit this at the first exit. Follow the through road for another 10 km. You have reached Hopfgarten.

Travelling plan to print

Simply print your own, individual travelling plan. This way, you'll find your holiday destination Hopfgarten in the Kitzbüheler Alpen easily and without getting lost!

Important information for motorists

In Austria, the generally accepted, international traffic rules apply. Nevertheless, there are some minor differences here and there which motorists should pay attention to.

Dos and don'ts on the roads of Austria

Keep in mind the following!

Road tax disc or toll? In Austria, road tax discs are mandatory on designated roads. In addition, special tolls are collected for tunnels, bridges etc. To get to Brixental, NO road tax disc is required if using the exit Kufstein Süd when coming from Germany. The section from Kufstein Süd to Wörgl Ost requires a road tax disc!!!! Road tax discs can be obtained at all tobacconist's or petrol stations.
"Lights on at day" is no longer mandatory in Austria! Having the lights on when driving in Austria is no longer mandatory as of 1.1.08! However, the Austrian Road Safety Board recommends switching the lights on at all events!
Drivers are required to carry a Reflective Safety Vest in their car at all times. Carrying reflective safety vests is mandatory for all motorists in Austria! The reflective safety vests must be worn by drivers of multi-track motor vehicles when putting up the breakdown triangle on roads outside a city, town or village. On motorways or roads, wearing the west is mandatory if the driver leaves the vehicle and stays on the roadway or hard shoulder! In most cases, non-compliance will be subject to an on-the-spot fine of 14.00 euro.
Mobile phone ban when driving As in most European countries, talking on a mobile phone without hands-free equipment while driving is prohibited. If you get caught, expect to pay a steep fine. (from 25 euro and up)
Speed limits on the roads of Austria out of town / highways: 100 km/h Autobahn: 130 km/h within city limits: 50 km/h (unless signposted otherwise)
Legal alcohol limits In Austria, the upper limit is at 0.5 per mille. Drivers who have had their driving license for less than 2 years are subject to a limit of 0.1 per mille.
What has to be carried in the car? Categorically, in Austria you have to carry a first-aid kit, breakdown triangle and reflective safety vest at all times.
Winter tires mandatory in wintry conditions! As of 1.1.2008 winter tires are mandatory in Austria from 1 November 15 April. However, distinctly "wintery conditions" must prevail. Alternatively, snow chains can also be used, parking cars excepted.
"Rescue lane" mandatory as of 1.1.2012! In case of congestion or stop-go traffic, forming a rescue lane is mandatory on Austria's highways and roads.•If traffic is congested or stop-go on highways or roads with median dividers, all road users are obligated to form a rescue lane - even before traffic comes to a standstill and even if no rescue vehicle is approaching!•On two-lane roadways, all vehicles in the left lane get in line parallel to the course of the road on the left roadside, all others get out of the way as far as possible onto the right side, even onto the service lane if required.•The same system applies to three- or multi-lane roadways. All vehicles in the far left lane get as far to the left as possible. All other lanes get as far to the right as possible. Further information: www.rettungsgasse.com

Helpful tips by the automobile associations in Austria

ÖAMTC Road conditions information www.oeamtc.at
ARBÖ Road conditions information www.arboe.at

We wish you a safe and comfortable journey!

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