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Getting there by train/bus
Getting there by car/bus
Coming from Munich (Germany)
• A 8 towards Salzburg/Passau/Nuremberg as far as Inntal intersection • A 93 direction Innsbruck/Kufstein • 2nd exit after border (Kufstein Süd) • From Kufstein follow signs for Felbertauernstraße (open in winter) • Via Kitzbühel, Paß Thurn, Mittersill and through the Felbertauern Tunnel to Lienz Coming from Switzerland • A 13 via Feldkirch/Bludenz/Arlberg • A 12 via Innsbruck to exit Wörgl Ost; follow signs for Felbertauernstraße • Via Kitzbühel, Paß Thurn, Mittersill and the Felbertauernstraße – open in winter – to Lienz Coming from Linz (Czech Republic) • A 1 to Salzburg • A 10 to Bischofshofen • B 168 to Mittersill • Felbertauernstraße to Lienz Coming from Vienna (Slovakia, Hungary) • A 2 towards Graz and Klagenfurt to Villach intersection • A 10 direction Salzburg as far as Spittal/Drau – exit Lendorf • B 100 to Lienz Coming from Udine (Italy) • A 23 towards Tarvisio – exit at Carnia/Tolmezzo • SS 52 over the Plöckenpaß (B 110) • B 110 to Oberdrauburg • B 100 to Lienz Coming from Bolzano (Italy) • A 22 towards Brenner – exit at Brixen • SS 49 direction Dobbiaco/San Candido • B 100 from Sillian to Lienz
Coming from Ljubljana (Slovenia)
• A 1 towards Kranj and Jesenice • A 11 to Villach • A 10 towards Salzburg as far as Spittal/Drau – exit at Lendorf • B 100 to Lienz Please note that a Motorway Toll Sticker (Vignette) is compulsory on all motorways in Austria. Please contact your national motoring club or visit the ASFINAG website.
In Austria all drivers are required by law to drive with dipped headlights or daytime running lights at all times during daylight hours.
10 May 2012
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