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  • Kirchberg
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  • Kirchbichl
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  • Itter
  • St. Jakob in Haus
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  • St. Ulrich am Pillersee
  • Mariastein
  • Westendorf
  • Oberndorf
  • Waidring
  • Wörgl

Getting here by car

Getting to the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Angerberg, Mariastein, Angath and Kirchbichl

Getting to the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and the Kitzbühel Alps with your own car is easy and convenient. The region is located very centrally in the Tirolean lowlands and all townships of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve can be easily reached on well-maintained roads. There are no annoying dams or demanding switchbacks and mountain pass roads on your way to your holiday paradise. To make your journey here stress-free and smooth, you can perfectly prepare with the latest traffic info and tips for getting here. In addition, on this page you’ll also find a route planner and directions for getting here.

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Getting here from Germany (from motorway junction "München Süd")

  • Follow the A8 in direction of Salzburg

  • At the motorway junction (56) Inntal/1010 take the A93 in direction of Kufstein, Innsbruck

  • Follow the A93 all the way to the border to Austria at Kufstein

  • From the A93 drive onto the A12 and follow this until the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost

  • Leave the autobahn at the exit Wörgl Ost in direction of St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental

  • At the traffic junction Wörgl-Ost you have reached the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and can now head for your chosen holiday resort.

  • For the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, keep to the highway and continue following the route until the roundabout, where you can follow the signs to your holiday resort.

  • For the townships of Wörgl, Angath, Angerberg, Mariastein, Kirchbichl or Wörgl, keep to the right and take the exit, follow the signs to your destination

Getting here from Austria (from Salzburg)

  • Drive on the A1 or the A10 to the exit "Salzburg West", or across the Austrian-German border on the A8 to the exit "Bad Reichenhall"

  • Follow the national highway 178 via Lofer, or the national highway 21 (GER) in direction of Lofer

  • You’ll get to the Region St. Johann in the Kitzbühel Alps

  • From here, follow the signs in direction of Kitzbühel / Brixental which will take you to the townships of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve (Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Kirchbichl, Angath, Angerberg and Mariastein)

Getting here from Italy (from A22 Brennerautobahn)

  • At Innsbruck take the A12 in direction of Salzburg / Germany

  • Leave the A12 at the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost in direction of St. Johann i.T., Brixental, Wörgl-Ost.

  • At the traffic junction Wörgl-Ost you have reached the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and can now head for your chosen holiday resort (Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Angath, Angerberg, Mariastein, Kirchbichl or Wörgl).

  • For the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, keep to the highway and continue following the route until the roundabout, where you can follow the signs to your holiday resort.

  • For the townships of Wörgl, Angath, Angerberg, Mariastein, Kirchbichl or Wörgl, keep to the right and take the exit, follow the signs to your destination

Road tax discs are mandatory on Austrian autobahns

Please note that on all Austrian freeways there is a vignette obligation for all vehicles.
If you travel via freeway with exit Wörgl-Ost (A12) a vignette is absolutely necessary.

IMPORTANT: In order to limit the through traffic through the city of Kufstein, an exemption of the vignette up to the freeway exit Kufstein-Süd has been introduced. However, please keep in mind: If you use this option, it will still take you considerably longer to reach your destination than if you use the freeway as far as the Wörgl-Ost exit.

Click or pick - the choice is yours!
In the ASFINAG online store you can easily purchase the digital freeway sticker for your journey to the Hohe Salve vacation region online.
You can also find all sales points for the sticker on the ASFINAG information page.

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Important information for motorists

In Austria, the generally accepted, international traffic rules apply. Yet there are some small differences here and there, which you as a driver should keep in mind.

Important rules and regulations in Austrian road traffic

  • Vignettes are compulsory on Austrian freeways. The vignettes can be purchased at all tobacconists and gas stations as well as online.
    When traveling via freeway with exit at Wörgl-Ost (A12), a vignette is therefore absolutely necessary. Read more about the vignette obligation. Read more about the vignette obligation.

    IMPORTANT: In order to limit through traffic through the city of Kufstein, an exemption of the vignette up to the freeway exit Kufstein-Süd has been introduced. However, keep in mind: If you use this option, you will still need considerably longer to reach your destination than if you use the freeway to the Wörgl-Ost exit. Vignettes are compulsory on Austrian freeways. You can purchase the vignettes at all tobacconists and gas stations as well as online. Vignettes are compulsory on Austrian freeways. The vignettes can be purchased at all tobacconists and gas stations as well as online.

  • Carrying high-visibility vests is mandatory for all motorists in Austria. The high-visibility vests must be worn when putting up breakdown triangles on roads outside of city limits and as soon as you leave the vehicle on an autobahn or road.

  • Respect the traffic signs and keep to the speed limits. If there are no signs, the following speed limits apply. Highways: 100 km/h, autobahn: 130 km/h, within city limits: 50 km/h. Call up precise listing.

  • In case of congestion formation or stop-go traffic, forming an emergency corridor is mandatory on Austria’s autobahns. This obligation applies even before traffic comes to a standstill, and even when no rescue vehicle is approaching yet.

  • From 1 November to 15 April, winter tyres are mandatory in Austria! But conditions must be expressly "wintry". Alternatively to winter tyres, snow chains can also be used, parked passenger cars are excepted.

  • In Austria, a legal maximum limit of less than 0.5 per mille alcohol content in the blood applies. For holders of temporary driving licences, truck and bus drivers, a limit of 0.1 per mille applies.

  • Carrying a first-aid kit, warning triangle and high-visibility vest is mandatory in Austria. The car licence and driving licence must also be carried as original documents.

Getting here by car in winter

Even in winter the townships of the region can be reached easily and trouble-free on well-maintained state or through roads. The winter road maintenance ensures ploughed roads on a daily basis and the train and bus services can also be used without restrictions. There are no dams, mountain passes and switchback Alpine roads on your way into the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. To make sure that you are still perfectly prepared for your journey in winter, you can read helpful tips in the links listed below.

Arrived safely?

Then why not give your car a break, too?

With the guest card of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve you can treat your car to a well-deserved holiday, too. The Hohe Salve Guest Card doubles as a ticket for public transport within the region. This allows you to easily and conveniently use all bus services between Wörgl and Kitzbühel as well as all trains between Wörgl and Hochfilzen - and that for free! Simply ask your landlord to issue you with the guest card and show it as a ticket to the bus driver and conductors.

The Hohe Salve Guest Card

The Hohe Salve Guest Card
The Hohe Salve Guest Card

Get more details about your personal advantage card for the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Tip: Guest card = ticket. Treat your car to a holiday and use the free mobility offer for public transport within the Kitzbühel Alps.

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Being mobile locally

Being mobile locally
Being mobile locally

One region - many mobility offers. The Holiday Region Hohe Salve can be brilliantly explored by public transport, with the free ski buses and also with by taxi. Find all options now and learn more about the mobility offer included with the guest card.

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