To Zillertal by train – day or night
Whether you start in Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Hanover or Frankfurt, you can catch the high-speed ICE train to Munich, and then take the EuroCity express train on to Jenbach, where you change to the Zillertalbahn train or the train station shuttle. Thanks to the high-speed train line from Berlin to Munich, people travelling from Berlin, Saxony and Thuringia can now reach the many Zillertal mountain peaks quickly and in an environmentally friendly manner (www.bahn.com). If you hold a BahnCard nd/or take advantage of special offers, the journey to Zillertal can be really cheap, starting from just EUR 37.90 in second class or as little as EUR 18.90 from Munich. A tip for families: your own children and grandchildren under 15 years of age travel with you free of charge. Train tickets can be booked up to six months in advance. Once in Zillertal, train travellers remain mobile thanks to buses, bikes and more trains, some of which are even free of charge.
Overnight travel? No problem at all! From Hamburg and Düsseldorf you can take the comfortable ÖBB Nightjet – the Austrian night train – to Tyrol on any day of the week. Cars and motorbikes can be transported by train on the route from Düsseldorf to Innsbruck.
Select the train connection to Zillertal that suits you here:
From Jenbach, catch the Zillertalbahn train to Fügen, Zell or Mayrhofen. A public bus will then transport you to Gerlos, Finkenberg or Tux.
Travel map to Jenbach:
Travel in Zillertal
Zillertal offers an extensive network of useful bus connections.