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Arrival & Guest Information
Did you ever ask yourself the question: Why do I have to pay guest tax and what are the benefits? How do I get to the Kleinwalsertal? During your booking process you will also be offered a travel cancellation insurance: Does it make sense though? Find out about important things you need to know about your stay in Kleinwalsertal.
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Arrival and Departure Ticket
Boarder to Austria
CHARGING STATIONS FOR E-CARS
Getting to Kleinwalsertal
For those arriving, Oberstdorf in Allgäu is 10 km away.
Direct coach cars run from Dortmund (Essen, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Bonn), Hamburg, Munich, Augsburg and Nuremberg.
From there you can continue by taxi or bus. Taxis are waiting around the clock at the train station. The Walserbus (terminal right next to the train station) runs every 10 or 20 minutes during high season. Duration of the trip approx. 15 to 40 minutes, depending on the exit point.
A7 to motorway junction Allgäu over the section of the A980 to the junction Waltenhofen and on the 4-lane highway 19 via Sonthofen and Oberstdorf to Kleinwalsertal.
St. Gallen in the direction of Bregenz continue on the Queralpenstrasse to Oberstaufen, Immenstadt, Sonthofen and Oberstdorf in Kleinwalsertal.
Alternative: Riedbergpass over the Bregenzerwald (Hittisau) - Riedbergpass - Fishing - Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal - Please note the status of the Riedbergpass, especially in winter.
From Tyrol via the A7 to Kempten continue on the B19 towards Oberstdorf. From Vorarlberg - see Switzerland.