Travelling by Car to Ischgl

It’s simple and convenient to reach Ischgl by car. Please pay attention to the information on motorways in Austria and on any winter equipment that may be required.

Coming from Germany:
Driving on the S 16, the Arlberg expressway, take exit Pians and keep driving on the Silvretta national highway (B 188) for about 20 km towards Ischgl. Three routes will take you to the S 16 in Tyrol:

To get to Ischgl you take the German A 7 or A 95 heading south. The route takes you to the Fern Pass highway (B 179) via Imst and Landeck to the motorway A 12 and onto the S 16 (Arlberg expressway) to Pians.
Take the German A 93 towards Innsbruck. The Austrian Inntal motorway (A 12) takes you via Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck to the S 16, the Arlberg expressway, and on to Pians.
Take the A 96 towards Lindau in Austria and get onto the A 14. Follow this motorway via Bregenz, Feldkirch and through the Arlberg tunnel to the S 16 and on to Pians. In summer you also have the option to exit the motorway at Bludenz and take the Silvretta high alpine road to Ischgl.

Coming from Italy:

Driving on the S 16, the Arlberg expressway, take exit Pians and keep on driving on the Silvretta national highway (B 188) for about 20 km towards Ischgl. Two routes take you to the S 16 in Tyrol:

Heading north on the motorway A 22 across the Brenner Pass, you take the Austrian A 13, then take the A 12 in Innsbruck and drive towards Bregenz to the S 16 and on to Pians.
You enter Austria heading north on the SS 40 across then Reschen Pass onto the B 180. The route takes you via Nauders and Landeck to the S 16 towards Bregenz and on to Pians.

Coming from Switzerland:

You drive to Austria on the A 3 to Feldkirch or the A 1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. In Austria, follow the A 14 towards Innsbruck. Follow this motorway through the Arlberg tunnel to the S 16 and on to Pians. Exit the S 16 in Pians and keep on driving on the Silvretta national highway (B 188) towards Ischgl. In summer you also have the option to exit the motorway at Bludenz and take the Silvretta high alpine road to Ischgl.

You can enter you hometown in the following route planner that will find an individual route for you:

Information for your trip:
Please bear in mind that you require a toll sticker to drive on Austrian motorways and expressways. Should you be caught without one you will be facing severe fines. The toll stickers with an optional validity of ten days, two months or a whole year are available at service stations and tobacco kiosks.

Winter tyres and adequate winter equipment for your car are required by law for a safe trip especially in winter. If the weather is bad enough, the use of snow chains may be ordered. Avoid problems by getting the right model for your car before starting your trip. You may find further information on this in the latest traffic report.

Enjoy your drive through beautiful Austria. Please drive carefully – after all, your holiday in Ischgl is at stake. Of course you can also travel to Ischgl by train or airplane.