Please note that this information has been obtained from several different sources and therefore the organizers cannot accept any responsibility for errors therein.

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The closest international airport to Soelden is Innsbruck (Austria). Munich is an option if coming from overseas and you want to save an additional connecting flight within Europe to Innsbruck, but the transfer time from/to Munich is 3-4 hrs and the costs are higher than from Innsbruck.

Airport transfer Innsbruck: The most convenient way is to take a taxi cab; if you travel alone, it is also the most expensive one. You can, however, split the taxi fare from Innsbruck to Soelden among up to eight persons, depending on the size of the taxi.
Travel time 1 hour.

Public transportation (travel time approx. 2 hrs): By train from Innsbruck Main Railway Station to ötztal Bahnhof, then by bus to Sölden (frequently during daytime). By bus from Innsbruck Main Railway Station directly to Sölden (several times daily).

Airport shuttles

>>online: ötztal Shuttle (Innsbruck airport or Innsbruck main train station)

>>online: Four Seasons Travel (Munich airport) +43-512-584157 or

Shuttle transfer time from Munich approx. 3-4 hrs and from Innsbruck approx. 1 hr.

Travel by train

For train schedule (to station ötztal Bahnhof) from Innsbruck or Munich on the Internet see Austrian Railways ( ) or German Railways (

From station ötztal Bahnhof you can travel with public bus (45 minutes) or taxi (25 minutes) to Soelden.

Travel by car

Sölden can be reached from the Austrian motorway A 12 (west, direction Bregenz, if coming from Germany or Italy or Eastern parts of Austria and Europe), take exit no. 123 (ötztal) and drive south to Soelden. If coming from Switzerland, pick up A12 at Landeck and drive east, direction Innsbruck, and exit at exit no 123 (ötztal), and drive south to Sölden.

The road from the motorway to Sölden is well maintained and an easy drive. Be prepared, however, for winter conditions, as snowfall might occur, and special winter tires are obligatory at such conditions.

Please note that the shortest road from Northern Italy (Bolzano - Merano - Passo Del Rombo (Timmelsjoch) - Sölden) is closed during winter until late May, and therefore you have to drive via Brennero - Innsbruck if coming from Italy.

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