Travelling relaxed, without congestion and climate-friendly into the Holiday Region Hohe Salve.
Easy both on the environment and the wallet - that’s travelling by train to the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. The region in the Kitzbühel Alps boasts no less than five train stations taking you to your destination by rail. All accommodations that are not right by the train station, can be reached with the low-cost train station shuttle. Your special plus: With the Kitzbüheler Alpen Guest Card you can use all regional trains and buses within the region for free. By train into the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental or into the heart of the hiking area? That, too, is possible in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve! The train station Hopfgarten Berglift is just a few minutes walk (200 m) from the cable car Hohe Salve.
The train stations in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
checkWörgl main station
checkWörgl Süd - Bruckhäusl
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checkextended night train offer for destinations such as Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna and many cities in Germany
checksimple graphic seat reservation via the ÖBB App
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With the following offers you’ll get to your destination quickly
With the train you can get quickly and relaxed into the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and the Kitzbühel Alps. Here you’ll find valuable information about your travel times, inquiry options and important links to help you plan your journey by train. The best offers for getting here and great combo-tickets can be booked directly online via the booking links.
With the German Railways into the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
With the train, the Holiday Region Hohe Salve can be reached fast and easily on a daily basis - be it from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Stuttgart or Munich. With the ICE at high speed to Munich and with one easy transfer continuing into the Kitzbühel Alps, e.g. to Wörgl.
Good to know:
checkFrom €18.90 on short routes, e.g. from Munich. From €37.90 on longer routes, e.g. coming from Hamburg or Berlin
checkChildren below 15 years even travel for free (when accompanied by and listed on the parents’ ticket)
In winter and summer, there is a direct ICE from Hamburg into the Kitzbühel Alps on Fridays, as well as a direct service from Munich on Saturdays. Since 2020, an ICE train has been taking you from Berlin to Wörgl every Saturday - quickly, comfortably and without changing trains!
The ÖBB Nightjet takes you comfortably overnight from Hamburg (including stops in Munich, Nuremberg and Frankfurt am Main Airport) and Düsseldorf (including stops in Munich, Nuremberg and Hanover) to Tyrol. Among other things, you can now also travel directly from Amsterdam and Brussels to the Hohe Salve holiday region in comfort by Nightjet.
You can also transport your car or motorbike. All information can be found on the ÖBB Nightjet website.
You can choose between three categories in the Nightjet:
Sleeping car (single, double, triple with washing facilities or deluxe variant with shower / WC, incl. breakfast).
Couchette car (4 to 6 couchette compartments, incl. breakfast)
The Kitzbühel Alps Guest Card is your ticket for all bus and train services within the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and even beyond.
The guest card will be issued to you at no cost by your landlord on arrival. You want to make use of the mobility offer already when making your way here? No problem - simply have the mobile guest card sent directly to your smartphone. This is how it works':
Request the mobile guest card from your landlord
Fill in Pre Check In and return to the landlord
Receive the link for the mobile guest card by email
Open link and save the guest card in your downloads or in the wallet
Show mobile guest card on your smartphone to the conductor or bus driver