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Arriving by car

Driving by car to Seefeld in Tyrol is easy – no matter what direction you’re coming from - Route planner.

  • NORTH: Munich – Garmisch-Patenkirchen – Mittenwald - Seefeld
  • EAST: Salzburg – Innsbruck – Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (NB: cars, vans and HGV vehicles pulling a trailer (or caravan) are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
  • SOUTH: Brenner (Brenner motorway A13) – Innsbruck – Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (NB: cars, vans and HGV vehicles pulling a trailer (or caravan) are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
  • WEST: Kempten - Füssen - Reutte – Fernpass - Imst – Exit Telfs Ost - Seefeld

Toll-sticker for motorway travel
If your route takes you over any Austrian motorways, then make sure you purchase a motorway toll sticker and adhere it to the front windscreen of your car before accessing the motorway. The toll stickers can be bought from automobile associations and at fuel stations and border crossings. A 10-day sticker is ideal for short breaks. If you’re staying longer, you can purchase a two-month sticker, and a full-year toll sticker is available for those who plan to visit Tyrol more than once during the year. Further information, including up-to-date prices, can be found here.

Driving to Tyrol in the wintertime:
If you’re planning to drive to Tyrol during the winter months, then you must take the possibility of snow and/or ice into account. To be sure of coping with all possible road conditions here in the mountains of Tyrol, your car must have snow tyres and be equipped with snow chains. Up-to-date information on road conditions is available from the Austrian Automobile Association (ÖAMTC).