Directions to Lake Achensee

By car

  • 1. Inntalautobahn A12 (requires purchase of a toll sticker); Wiesing/Achensee exit, Achensee main road B181, upon reaching  Maurach after 7km, continue along Achensee to Achenkirch and Steinberg am Rofan, and in the centre of Maurach follow the directions to Pertisau
  • 2. Toll-free journey via Achenpass and Bad Tölz. From Munich to the motorway exit at Holzkirchen, Tegernsee, Achenpass and Bad Tölz – national border, Achenkirch; before the village of Achenkirch take a left to Steinberg am Rofan, continue 10km to Maurach, Pertisau and Wiesing in Inntal.

By train

  • FROM GERMANY

    There are several options to travel to Lake Achensee by train: 

    The Deutsche Bahn (DB) operates modern EC trains from the hub in Munich, transporting passengers to Jenbach within only 1 hour 25 minutes.

    • From Jenbach, visitors can continue their journey to Lake Achensee free of charge with our regional buses or take the Achensee steam cog railway (summer only) to Eben, Maurach and Seespitz. The final stop at Seespitz is also a jetty of the Achenseeschiffahrt. For more information and timetables visit www.achenseebahn.at.
    • Take the Deutsche Bahn (DB) to the station Tegernsee, then take a taxi or bus 9550 via Kreuth to Lake Achensee (approx. 35km).
    • For more information visit www.bahn.com.
    • Some accommodations in the region also offer their guests a convenient pick-up and drop-off service. Please contact your accommodation provider directly.
    • With the door to door luggage service, the Deutsche Bahn collects your luggage before departure and delivers it directly to your destination. Your suitcases, bags, prams, skis or bicycles will be waiting for you on site when you arrive.

     

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  • FROM AUSTRIA

    There are two options to travel to Lake Achensee:

    • The Austrian Railway (ÖBB) runs regular trains to Jenbach, e.g. from the federal capital Vienna in only four hours. From Jenbach, visitors can continue their journey to Lake Achensee free of charge with our regional buses or take the Achensee steam cog railway (summer only) to Eben, Maurach and Seespitz. The final stop at Seespitz is also a jetty of the Achenseeschiffahrt. For more information and timetables visit www.achenseebahn.at.
      For more information and timetables visit www.oebb.at.
    • Some accommodations in the region also offer their guests a convenient pick-up and drop-off service. Please contact your accommodation provider directly.
    • With the door to door luggage service, the ÖBBcollects your luggage before departure and delivers it directly to your destination. Your suitcases, bags, skis or bicycles will be waiting for you on site when you arrive.

     

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  • FROM SWITZERLAND

    There are two options to travel to Lake Achensee:

    • The Swiss Railway (SBB) operates daily trains to Jenbach, e.g. from Zürich in approx. 4 hours. From Jenbach, visitors can continue their journey to Lake Achensee free of charge with our regional buses or take the Achensee steam cog railway (summer only) to Eben, Maurach and Seespitz. The final stop at Seespitz is also a jetty of the Achenseeschiffahrt. For more information and timetables visit www.achenseebahn.at.
      For more information and timetables visit  www.sbb.ch.
    • Some accommodations in the region also offer their guests a convenient pick-up and drop-off service. Please contact your accommodation provider directly.

     

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The AchenseeCard gives all guests free use of public regional buses in the entire region (including Jenbach). Transfers to and from the train station Jenbach upon arrival/departure are free of charge on presentation of your booking confirmation.

By plane

  • Airport Munich (MUC)

    Munich Airport is two hours from the Achensee region and serves as a hub for all major cities in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Belgium.

  • Airport Innsbruck (INN)

    Innsbruck airport is 45 minutes from the Achensee region and handles flights from Amsterdam, Berlin, Bristol, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Liverpool, London, Moskau, Rotterdam, Vienna, etc.

  • Airport Salzburg (SZG)

    Airport Salzburg is 1.5 hours from the Achensee region and handles flights from various large cities in Germany, Switzerland, France, Great Britain, Italy and the Netherlands.

  • Airport Transfers

    Transfers to and from the airports Innsbruck, Salzburg or Munich can be booked via:

    • Taxi Kröll in Maurach, tel. +43(5243)43280 – www.taxikroell.com
    • Flughafen Transferservice Four Seasons Travel – can be booked online or by phone at +43(512)584157 – www.tirol-taxi.at