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Kleinwalsertal Map

When you cross the “Walserschanze”, which is the border between Germany and Austria, you’ll get a view of one of the most beautiful high mountain valleys of the Alps. Find your best route on how to get there»


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Getting there by Car

Coming from Germany
As Kleinwalsertal in Austria is surrounded by mountains, the only way in, at least by car, is through Germany. Getting there by car will save you buying an Austrian Toll Sticker and why not test the famous Autobahn on the way?

 © Österreich Werbung/Weinhaeupl W.Most journey ways meet one another in Ulm/Germany and continue to lead on the A7 up to the motorway interchange general-outer (Kempten), exit Lindau. After two further kilometers the well developed B19 continues to lead across Sonthofen toward Oberstdorf and into Kleinwalsertal.

To calculate your best rout from UK please visit: www.rac.co.uk

  • For the drive into Kleinwalsertal a Austrian Toll Sticker “Vignette” is not necessary.
  • In winter, please think about having suitable tyres on your vehicle (obligation for winter tyres from 1st November until 15th  April).

Memmingen Airport with Ryanair

With Ryanair daily from:

– London Stansted
– Edinburgh
– Dublin

There is a good train connection available between Memmingen and Oberstdorf.

Visit the site for German Trains here!

Munich Airport

Travelling to Munich could not be any easier with various flights from different airports.

Fly Lufthansa to Munich from :
– Birmingham
– London City Airport
– London Heathrow
– Manchester

Fly EasyJet to Munich from :
– Edinburgh
– London Stansted

Fly Aer Lingus to Munich from :
– Cork
– Dublin

Once in Munich please contact  Deutsche Bahn UK Booking Centre
Tel: 08718 80 80 66 (8p per minute) for rail tickets to Oberstdorf.

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