Location & Getting Here
Off to Zillertal!
Located in the federal province Tyrol, the Zillertal branches off from the Inn Valley about 40km east of Innsbruck. It is the broadest southern side valley of the Inn Valley and extends in a length of 32km from Strass in the Zillertal to Mayrhofen, where it branches out into four side valleys: Zillergrund, Zemmgrund, Stilluptal and Tuxertal. The Gerlos Valley branches off from Zillertal towards the east at the village Zell am Ziller. In contrast to other Tyrolean side valleys, the Zillertal does not overcome any so-called “valley step” and only rises slightly from Strass (523m) to Mayrhofen (633m).
Numerous public transport connections from major European cities enable you to enjoy a relaxed and inexpensive journey to Zillertal. If you travel by train or plane, your holiday will start as soon as you leave home – no more traffic jams at critical junctions, no need to calculate time buffers. From Jenbach, your destination train station, you can reach your accommodation easily on the Zillertalbahn or a public bus. From your destination airports, Innsbruck or Munich, the reliable Four Seasons airport shuttle will take you quickly and comfortably to Zillertal.
Excellent train connections from all European cities
ensure you a pleasant and relaxed journey to
Jenbach in Tyrol. From there, catch the
Zillertalbahn train to Fügen, Zell or Mayrhofen.
A public bus will then transport you to Gerlos,
Finkenberg or Tux.
The Four Seasons Travel shuttle service will take
you from Innsbruck, Munich, Salzburg or Jenbach
to your hotel and back at any time.