Ski destinations in Austria

The Austrain states of Vorarlberg, Tyrol and Salzburgerland are located in the west of Austria. The winter sports possibilities are unprecedented. This won't be new to you, because these ski areas are known and loved by many Dutch people. By both beginners and advanced level.

Tyrol is located in the middle of the Alps, where there is a suitable ski area for every type of winter athlete. For example, you can go to Gerlos: a snow-assured area with almost 150 km of slopes. Or make endless trips on the more than 300 kilometres of slopes of St. Anton. There are also wide-ranging areas outside Tyrol, such as Saalbach-Hinterglemm in Salzburgerland or Lech in Vorarlberg.

Travel by train

The Austrian Alps can be reached by train in 9 to 10 hours. On the way you will change trains about 3 times. If you leave Amsterdam in the morning, you can join us in the evening for a delicious Wiener Schnitzel mit pommes. Austria can be reached from the Netherlands with one or more transfers on regular day trains. Day trains to Austria can be booked 92 days before departure.

The night train ÖBB Nightjet to Munich and Innsbruck runs from Düsseldorf. Tickets for ÖBB Nightjet can be booked from 180 days before departure. You can book bus transport in Austria separately via the Postbus website.

Attention! Because of the corona virus, the start of the Nightjet to Innsbruck and Vienna has been postponed to 2021.

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    Destinations in Austria

    To Kufstein by train

    Popular with hikers because of the nearby natural landscape.

    To Tyrol by train

    A popular destination in both the summer and winter season.

    To Salzburg by train

    Class, style, tradition and Burgundian life style.

    To Innsbruck by train

    Also known at the capital of the Alps and the city for people with a sweet-tooth.


    Travelling while you sleep is possible with Nightjet to Vienna and Munich.

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