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Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 11:17:02 AM

Travelling by car to Zell am See!

Zell am See is very well connected to the euorpean road network. The next motorways are the "Tauernautobahn" (A10) and the Mortorway Munich - Salzburg (A8).

Roadnetwork Zell am See

Direction from Munich (toll free):
Motorway Munich - Salzburg A8 to Siegsdorf. Get off there towards Lofer. Via Saalfelden to Zell am See.

Direction from Vienna:
Motorway Vienna - Salzburg A1 and further on the A8 to Bischofshofen. Get off there towards Zell am See.

Direction from Zurich:
From Zurich on the A1 via St. Gallen to Feldkirch. From there on the A14 / A12 via Bludenz, Landeck, Imst, Innsbruck to Wörgel. Get off towards St. Johann. Drive via Lofer, Saalfelden to Zell am See.

Direction from Mailand:
From Mailand take the A4 via Verona onto the A22 to Innsbruck. Follow the A13 / A12 to Wörgel. Get off towards St. Johann. Drive via Lofer, Saalfelden to Zell am See.

In Zell am See:

Comming from Saalfelden, Lofer:
Don't drive into the bypass tunnel. Head towards the centre of Zell amn See. You should see the lake of Zell am See on your left. After the first traffic light take the first to the right towards the public underground parking. Take the next to the left, next right and 100 m straight ahead.

Comming from Bischofshofen, Motorway A10:
Drive into the bypass tunnel. In the tunnel take the next to your right towards the centre of Zell am See. You should see the lake to your right. After the first traffic light continue straight ahead. After 100 m you see the local Tourist Board to your right. After 50 m turn left towards the public unterground parking. Take the next to the left, next right and 100 m straight ahead.

Important notice for use of navigation systems / GPS:

Please use this adress for your satelite navigation system: Mozartstrasse 16, 5700 Zell am See. The Nikolaus - Gassner - Promenade is a street only in the centre of Zell am See. Everywhere else it is a promenade not suitable for driving. Older systems have the whole promenade marked as a street.

Important in Winter:

Between Nov. 1st and April 15th winter tyres are compulsory in Austria. In case you are hirering a car you need to order winter equipment seperately!