Your journey to the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
This way you’ll get directly to Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Angerberg, Angath, Mariastein and Kirchbichl
The holiday is booked, you can’t wait to get going and travel planning is already well underway. Apart from the holiday stay itself, getting to your destination is also an essential element of every holiday planning - and we’ll be happy to give you a hand with this. Simply choose your preferred way of getting here below and read the customised information for getting to the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. But this much first: Be it by bus, train, plane or car - the Holiday Region Hohe Salve is easy and convenient to get to and with a bit of planning your journey here is sure to be hassle-free.
The Holiday Region Hohe Salve is centrally located in the Tirolean Lowlands and can be quickly reached with various means of transport. The nearest big cities, Salzburg (106 kilometres), Munich (106 kilometres) and Innsbruck (60 kilometres), are in close vicinity to your holiday destination. Be it by plane, bus, train or car - all townships of the region can be easily reached in summer as in winter.
The main train station in Wörgl acts as a rail hub while also being a stop for many domestic and international train services. During your stay, you are also ensured unrestricted mobility within the region. Because the Hohe Salve Guest Card doubles as your ticket for the bus and train services within the Kitzbühel Alps.
This great mobility offer can be used with the mobile guest card already when making your way here. From Wörgl train station you’ll thus continue your journey without any hassle. Even in case your accommodation is not linked directly to public transport, don’t worry. The low-cost Shuttle-Service and the regional taxi companies will get you from the train station to your destination quickly.
Your route to us
Getting here with children
Set off for the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, preferably stress-free. To allow you to enjoy the adventure of getting here with the whole family, we have put together a few tips for you here. Select your way of getting here and read more about the child-friendly options.
Advice and tips for the whole family
The Holiday Region Hohe Salve is especially easy and comfortable to get to by train.
The Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB offer economic children’s rates and group rates for adults who travel with children. On the Nightjet night train, you can book separate family compartments and the advantage card is also available especially for families.
All information about getting here by train with children | ÖBB
The German Federal Railways DB also offer economical children’s rates and especially child-friendly services for families. In some trains, childcare is also available. Surprises on board make the journey to the holiday destination an adventure all of its own.
All information about getting here by train with children | DB
The Holiday Region Hohe Salve is located very centrally and all townships can be easily reached on well-maintained state and through roads.
To make your journey here as stress-free and hassle-free as possible, especially with children, you can get up-to-date with the most important reports from Austrian roads with the online traffic service.
Up-to-date traffic services - Get to your holiday destination without congestion
To make your journey here as stress-free and hassle-free as possible especially with children, you can get up-to-date with the most important reports from Austrian roads with the online traffic service.
Tips and tricks for a relaxed car journey with children | Blog.tirol (GERMAN)
Flying is an exciting experience, especially for children. To make the journey here an early holiday highlight, the various airlines offer special services for families. Read about children’s rates, family-friendly offers and requirements on your airline’s website in advance.
To allow you to prepare for your plane trip with children you’ll find a list of helpful information on the links below.
Things to consider when flying with children and babies | myAustrian