Galtür is located at the end of the Paznaun Valley, which is accessible via the Inn Valley when coming from the East, or via St. Anton from the west. It’s about a three hour drive from Zurich and Munich, five hours from Milan. Remember the toll that is charged for Austrian motorways. Also note, that the „scenic route“ via the Silvretta Hochalpenstraße to Galtür, is closed in winter!
You can also reach Galtür by public transport but you will need a bit of extra time for that. There are twice-hourly trains from Innsbruck to Landeck (travel time between 40 and 60 minutes) with hourly bus connections from there on to Galtür. Direct trains from Zurich leave every two hours and will get you to Landeck in 2:45. The bus ride then takes 1:10, offering scenic and stunning views of the Alpine landscape.
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You can fly into Munich (MUC) or Innsbruck Airport (INN). Once we have an idea on how many people will be arriving via Munich or Innsbruck airports and what rules/restrictions etc. apply to bus-travel, we will work out what is the best option and let you know as soon as possible.
MUC: approx. 240 km, expect 4.5h bus ride
INN: approx. 110 km, expect 2h bus ride
To arrive on time for the opening ceremony, we recommend arriving at Munich Airport no later than 12:00 local time.


Galtür and Wirl are 1.9 km apart. Ski buses will operate between Galtür and Wirl to assure you get around easily.

Shuttle time is less than 5 minutes, walking takes about 15 to 20 minutes.

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