Bird’s eye view of Wagrain with surrounding winter landscape and view towards Flachau at Snow Space Salzburg | © Bergbahnen AG Wagrain

How to get Wagrain by car, train or plane

Directions to Wagrain

Wagrain at Snow Space Salzburg awaits you with the best the mountains have to offer.

No matter if you’re spending your ski holiday here in winter or do some marvellous hiking in summer. Wagrain is your year-round destination for premium mountain moments.

Thanks to its proximity to the A10 Tauern motorway, getting to Wagrain and your next holiday adventure is easy.

Arriving by car

No matter which direction you come from, getting to Wagrain by car is remarkably easy.

Coming from Vienna:
Motorway A1 – exit A10/E55 towards Villach/Salzburg Süd – exit 66 Flachau Wagrain – B163 towards Wagrain

Coming from Munich:
Motorway A8 towards Salzburg – interchange Salzburg A1/A10 towards Villach/Salzburg Süd – exit 66 Flachau Wagrain – B163 towards Wagrain

Coming from Carinthia, Italy and Slovenia:
A10 Tauern motorway – exit 66 Flachau Wagrain

Coming from Graz:
Motorway A9 – exit 69 Selzthal – Ennstal Bundesstraße B320 towards Radstadt, Schladming, Liezen – Altenmarkt B320 – towards Wagrain on B163

Coming from Zell am See:
Bundesstraße 311 to St. Johann im Pongau – B163 to Wagrain

Of course, there’s also the sporty option to get to Wagrain: simply enter the Snow Space Salzburg ski resort at St. Johann-Alpendorf and get to Wagrain via the snow-covered slopes.

View of G-LINK, the world’s biggest aerial tramway, towards the snow-covered valleys of Wagrain at Snow Space Salzburg | © Oczlon Walter, Bergbahnen AG Wagrain

Useful traffic tips for your trip to Wagrain

  • From November 1, drivers in Austria are obliged to put on winter tyres. Please check the condition of your winter tyres before your trip to Wagrain!
  • Since 2012, it’s mandatory to form an emergency corridor on all Austrian motorways and dual carriageways to make space for approaching emergency vehicles. In case of congestion, all drivers on the left lane move as far to the left-hand side as possible. Drivers on the middle and right lane move as far to the right-hand side as possible, including the hard shoulder. 
  • Don’t forget to buy a toll sticker as these are mandatory for all motorways in Austria! For short trips, you can buy a 10-day toll sticker from all service stations and tobacconists. New for 2018: the digital toll sticker.


Snow Space Salzburg

Arriving by train

Nearby railway stations:

  • St. Johann im Pongau or
  • Radstadt,

both located only a couple of kilometres from Wagrain. To get there from the station, we recommend using public transport, a taxi or hotel shuttle.

For train timetables check out the website of:

Arriving by plane

Nearby airports include W. A. Mozart  Airport in Salzburg and Franz-Josef-Strauß Airport in Munich/Germany. To get to Wagrain, we recommend taking an airport shuttle or taxi.

Taxi companies in Wagrain: