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Spieljochbahn Fügen
Hochfügenerstrasse 77
6263 Fügen im Zillertal
Tirol / Österreich

T +43 5288 62991

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To make the journey as pleasant as possible, we are always happy to help with advice and assistance. We are looking forward to welcoming you soon at the Spieljoch and wish you a good trip!

Take the A12 Inntal motorway (motorway vignette!) to the Zillertal exit between Innsbruck and Kufstein. Continue on the B169 for approx. 7 km until you reach Fügen. You will find the valley station of the Spieljochbahn directly in Fügen.

From the east, north: From Munich/Salzburg/Vienna on the A1, A8 and A93 to Kiefersfelden. Continue on the A12 (motorway vignette!) to the Zillertal exit. Then continue on the B169 for approx. 7 km until you reach Fügen.

Coming from the west: From Vorarlberg/Innsbruck on the A12 to the Zillertal exit. Continue on the B169 for approx. 7 km until you reach Fügen.

Coming from the south: From Klagenfurt on the A10 to Salzburg. From Graz on the A9 to Liezen. Then take the A10 to Salzburg or the Bischofshofen exit (see above).

Those arriving by e-car will find e-charging stations directly on site.

The Zillertal is easily accessible by train from almost all over Germany - by day & night. Whether Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Hanover or Frankfurt - travel relaxed at high speed to Munich with the Deutschen Bahn ICE, continue quickly to Jenbach with the EuroCity to change to the Zillertalbahn or to Four Season shuttle.

  • Lightning fast: Have breakfast in Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin or Leipzig in the morning and explore the Zillertal mountains with your children in the early evening.
  • Save money: With the Sparpreis or the BahnCard, the journey to the Zillertal is guaranteed to be cheap. The train tickets can be booked up to 6 months in advance. Groups of six or more can travel to the Zillertal at particularly low prices. The Sparpreis Europa Gruppe Austria can be booked up to 12 months in advance at the travel centre or by telephone. Online up to 6 months in advance. 
  • Everything for the family: A train journey means adventure, fun and lots of freedom of movement. There is no room for boredom in the toddler compartment, the family areas in the ICE and the children's menu in the on-board restaurant or bistro. On many ICE trains, child minders are on board at weekends.

The airports of Innsbruck (50 km), Munich (170 km) and Salzburg (150 km) are in the immediate vicinity of the Zillertal and directly connected to destinations throughout Europe by daily scheduled flights.