Travel - Getting here
How to get to St. Anton am Arlberg
Travelling by Car:
In Austria a road tax sticker "Vignette" is obligatory in order to drive on motorways and on the S16.
It can be purchased at the border, at petrol stations and in many "Trafik". There are 3 type of sticker: 10-Days, 2-Months, 1-Year. Some passes may be closed in winter. Passes normally open year round may close temporarily in the event of heavy snowfall. Sometime Snow chains are necessary and it is imperative that you have adequate snow equipment. The speed limit is 130 km/h on motorways, 100 km/h on main roads and 50 km/h in town. The alcohol limit is 0.5 pro mille. Seat belts are obligatory in the front and back of the vehicle.
Over Salzburg - Kufstein - Innsbruck - Landeck - to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Munich - Fernpass - Landeck - to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Stuttgart - Bregenz - Feldkirch - Bludenz - Arlbergpass or Arlbergtunnel - to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Zürich - St. Gallen or Sargans, Feldkirch - Bludenz - Arlbergpass or Arlbergtunnel to St. Anton am Arlberg
- Arlberg Pass Road Conditions
St. Anton am Arlberg Railway Station is just a stone's throw away from the village centre. Railjet-trains stop here as well as the Venice-Simplon Orient-Express.
Times & Fares:
Austrian railway company (ÖBB)
Rail Europe (for travel information -UK to St. Anton am Arlberg- by train)
RailJet (Zürich - St. Anton am Arlberg)
Friedrichshafen (approx. 130 km)
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