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Getting to PillerseeTal by car

Travelling to the PillerseeTal in your own car is quick and easy. There are no annoying dams or strenuous serpentines and passes en route to you holiday paradise. The towns Fieberbrunn, Hochfilzen, St. Jakob in Haus, St. Ulrich am Pillersee and Waidring are all easily accessible via the well designed federal main roads and rural roads.

Travelling from Germany (coming from Munich)

With a Vignette

  • From the "München Süd" motorway junction (when the road divides to head in different directions)
  • A8 to Salzburg. Follow the A8 for around 56 kilometres
  • At the motorway junction (56) Inntal/101, swap from the A8 the A93 heading for I, Innsbruck, A93, Kufstein, Brenner. Follow the A93 for around 25 kilometres
  • You have reached Austria.
  • Change from the A93 to the A12
  • Leave the A12 at the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost, heading for St. Johann in Tirol, Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and proceed on Lofererstraße (B171). Follow the road for around four kilomtres.
  • Follow the B178 to St. Johann in Tirol. Take the turn at the B164 to Fieberbrunn, or the B178 to Waidring. You've reached your destination!

Travelling from Austria (coming from Salzburg)

With a Vignette

  • Travelling from Salzburg
  • Proceed on the A1 or on the A10 to the "Salzburg West" exit, or via the Austrian-German border at the A8 to the "Bad Reichenhall" exit
  • Follow the 178 via Lofer, or take the 21 (GER) to Lofer
  • In Waidring take a left turn to get to the PillerseeTal!

Travelling from Italy (from Innsbruck)

With a Vignette

  • Brennerautobahn to Innsbruck
  • At Innsbruck take the A12 to Salzburg/Germany
  • Leave the A12 at the interchange (17) Wörgl Ost, proceed to St. Johann i.T., Brixental, Wörgl-Ost and on Lofererstraße (B171). Keep on this road for around 4 kilometres
  • Follow the B178 to St. Johann in Tirol. Take a left turn on the B164 to Fieberbrunn or take the B178 to Waidring. You have arrived at your destination!

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Important information for car drivers

Important information for car drivers

Generally recognised, international traffic regulations apply in Austria. There may however be a few minor differences which car drivers ought to be aware of.

Useful tips from car clubs in Austria

Club Information Web
ÖAMTC Information about road conditions
ARBÖ Information about road conditions

Prohibitions and stipulations for road traffic in Austria

Please note

Note Information
Vignette or toll fee? In Austria Vignettes are compulsory on designated routes. There are also special tolls for tunnels, bridges etc. When travelling to Brixental NO Vignette is required if you are using the Kufstein Süd coming from Germany. Vignettes are compulsory on the section from Kufstein Süd to Wörgl Ost!!!!Vignettes are available from all tobacconists and at filling stations.
"Daytime lights" are no longer compulsory in Austria! Driving with lights during the day has not been compulsory in Austria since1.1.08! However the Austrian traffic safety board still recommends that you switch on your headlights in any event!
High visibility vests must always be carried! All car drivers in Austria must carry high visibility vests. These vests are to be worn by drivers of lorries which occupy multiple lanes when they are placing a breakdown triangle on roads outside towns or villages. Vehicle drivers must wear a high visibility vest on a motorway or main road is they are leaving their vehicle or have stopped to fix a puncture. In the majority of cases non-adherence to this regulation will attract an on the spot traffic fine of EUR 14,--.
Mobile phones must not be used while driving As in the majority of European countries, using a mobile phone without a hands-free kit is also not permitted in Austria. Anyone caught doing so will be fined (from EUR 25,--).
Speed limits on Austria's roads Out of town/clearways: 100km/hour Motorways: 130 km/hour In towns: 50 km/hour (unless signposted otherwise)
Drink driving limit In Austria the upper for drink driving is 0.5. For anyone who has not held a driving licence for 2 years, the limit is 0.1.
What do you need to bring with you when you are driving? In Austria you must carry a first-aid kit, a breakdown triangle and a high-visibility vest.
Winter tyres are compulsory for wintery conditions! Since 1.1.2008 winter tyres must be used in Austria between 1st November and 15th April! However there does not necessarily need to be "wintry conditions". Snow chains may also be used as an alternative to winter tyres; excludes parked cars.
"Rescue lane" 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:

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