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

How do I get to Wagrain?

Directions to Wagrain

The Wagrain holiday destination is one of the most popular in Austria and impresses with its natural diversity at 850 meters above sea level. The magnificent mountain peaks, the extensive ski slopes, the enchanting landscapes and the sunny location all contribute to a successful holiday.

Only 70 kilometers and therefore just an hour's drive from the city of Salzburg, Wagrain can be reached quickly and easily from all sides thanks to its proximity to the A10 Tauern motorway. Nothing stands in the way of an uncomplicated arrival. This is Wagrain.

Addresses & Parking

Addresses

Grafenbergbahn
Markt 59 
A-5602 Wagrain

Flying Mozart
Widmoosweg 6
A-5602 Wagrain

Rote 8er
Moadörfl 66
A-5602 Wagrain

Parking spaces

There are numerous free parking spaces right at the valley stations of the Grafenbergbahn, Flying Mozart and Rote 8er. Just follow the parking lot signs.

You can also use our free ski bus.

Your travel options

You have different options to get to Wagrain. Because no matter from which direction your route leads you to Wagrain - the journey could hardly be more uncomplicated.

Traveling by car

Are you arriving by car? How nice, because no matter from which direction your path leads you to Wagrain - the journey could hardly be easier.

  • Coming from Vienna: Autobahn A1 - exit A10 / E55 towards Villach / Salzburg Süd - exit 66 Flachau Wagrain - B163 towards Wagrain
  • Coming from Munich: Autobahn A8 towards Salzburg - junction Salzburg A1 / A10 towards Villach / Salzburg Süd - exit 66 Flachau Wagrain - B163 towards Wagrain
  • Arrival from Carinthia, Italy and Slovenia: Tauern Autobahn A10 - exit 66 Flachau Wagrain
  • Arrival from Graz: Autobahn A9 - exit 69 Selzthal - Ennstal federal road B320 towards Radstadt, Schladming, Liezen - Altenmarkt B320 - towards Wagrain on the B163
  • Coming from Zell am See: federal road 311 to St. Johann im Pongau - B163 to Wagrain

Or even easier: you get into the Snow Space Salzburg ski area in St. Johann-Alpendorf and use the path over the slopes to Wagrain.

Tips for a smooth journey by car

  • Vignette obligation: If you are traveling on an Austrian motorway, you need a motorway vignette. You can buy these at any border crossing as well as at petrol stations and tobacconists or buy them digitally
  • Rescue lane: In the event of a traffic jam, please form an emergency lane to enable the emergency vehicles to move forward quickly
  • Winter tire requirement: From November to April there is a statutory winter tire requirement in Austria. Please also check the condition of your winter tires before you leave
Nachhaltige Anreise in den Skiurlaub mit der ÖBB | © ÖBB

Traveling by train

Skiing fun by train? No problem in Wagrain!

Nearby train stations:

  • St. Johann im Pongau or
  • Radstadt

Your destination Wagrain is only a few kilometers away. The best way to get there is by public transport, a taxi or a shuttle service from your accommodation provider.

Current timetable information:

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Traveling by bus

You can also get to Wagrain quickly and easily by bus, so that nothing stands in the way of your relaxed day of skiing in Wagrain.

In the main season, there are free ski buses in Wagrain and between Flachau, Wagrain & St. Johann-Alpendorf.

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Traveling by plane

Nearby airports are Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart and Franz-Josef-Strauß-Airport in Munich / Germany. The best way to get to Wagrain is to take a shared bus transfer or take a taxi.

Taxi company Wagrain:

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