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Getting here

The region of Bodensee-Vorarlberg is easily accessible by all routes, and from all directions, with a very well-developed public transport network. Trains operate between Bregenz and Feldkirch, as do buses and Lake Constance boats of Vorarlberg Lines.

Railway

From Germany, by DB trains such as via Lindau/Bregenz
From Switzerland, via Zurich – St. Gallen – Bregenz or Zurich – Sargans – Feldkirch
From Austria, via Innsbruck and the Arlberg-Road Tunnel

Austrian Federal Railways
German Railways
Swiss Federal Railways

Car

Vorarlberg is easily accessible by all routes, and from all directions. Motorists travelling on the motorways and dual carriageways in Austria must buy a vignette.
Pan your route

from the North
via Stuttgart – Singen – Meersburg – Lindau
via Ulm – Memmingen – Lindau
via Augsburg or Munich – Kempten – Lindau or
via Munich – Memmingen – Lindau

from the West
via Zurich – St. Gallen – St. Margrethen
via Zurich – Walensee – Sargans

from the South
via Como (I/CH) – San Bernardino – Thusis – Chur
via Reschenpass (I/A) – Landeck or Brenner-motorway (I/A) – Innsbruck – Landeck – Arlberg-Road Tunnel or -Pass

from the East
via Innsbruck – Landeck – Arlberg-Road Tunnel or -Pass

The use of all motorways and dual carriageways in Austria (in Vorarlberg, these are the A14 and the S16) is subject to a fee. You can buy a 10-day, 2-month or a yearly toll sticker.

Airplane

The closest airports are Zurich (CH), St. Gallen-Altenrhein (CH, scheduled flights with the People’s Viennaline to and from Vienna), Friedrichshafen (D, sheduled international flights), Memmingen (D, scheduled international flights with Ryanair and other airlines), Munich (D) and Stuttgart (D).

The closest airports (Distance to Bregenz):

  • St. Gallen/Altenrhein  (25 km)
  • Friedrichshafen (32 km)
  • Memmingen (83 km)
  • Zurich (122 km)
  • Munich (190 km)
  • Innsbruck (200 km)