Travelling by Car
Coming from Germany or eastern Austria: Munich/Salzburg on the A8 until Rosenheim, then the A94 towards Kufstein, then leave the Autobahn at Oberaudorf (or the A8 at Bernau/Reit im Winkl) and take the B172 towards Kössen, Walchsee, Schwendt and Rettenschöss. This route means you can avoid the Austrian road toll.
Travelling by Train
Start your holiday with a relaxing train journey! Austrian, Swiss or German trains can bring you to the Kaiserwinkl in next to no time. To make it even more worthwhile, you can benefit from special offers such as the ÖBB Sparscheine, the Deutsche Bahn Europa Spezial Ticket, or the SBB Sparbillet.
On this map, you can see travel times and connections to Kufstein from the whole of Europe. From Kufstein Train Station, you can hop on the VVT bus to Walchsee (35 minutes) or Kössen (50 minutes). Bus timetables are available in the info offices:
The best option: if you want to leave your car at home but still be mobile, use your Kaiserwinkl Card to use public transport for free in high season.
Travelling by Air
Travelling by Deutsche Bahn Autozug
The Deutsche Bahn Autozug can get you to nearby stations at Munich or Innsbruck. Forget about traffic jams as the Autozug gets you from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg or Hildesheim overnight to Munich or Innsbruck terminals, where you can wake up refreshed and ready to continue your journey to the Kaiserwinkl in your own car. DETAILS