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Getting there by car

How do I best get to Val Pusteria by car? Have a look.

Val Pusteria:
When travelling from the north via Munich/Innsbruck, cross the Brennero Pass and continue on the Brennero Motorway A22 towards Bolzano. Take the exit Varna/Bressanone/Val Pusteria and continue right after the exit on the road towards Val Pusteria. Keep going on straight until you arrive to your holiday destination.

When coming from the south, travel on the Brennero Motorway A22 towards Brennero, take the exit Varna/Bressanone/Val Pusteria and continue as stated above.

East Tyrol:

From Germany:
> E54 to Kiefersfelden/Kufstein
> Last exit before border (Kiefersfelden)
(No motorway permit sticker needed)
> From Kufstein follow the road “Felbertauernstrasse”
> Via Felbertauern road to East Tyrol

From Switzerland:
> A14 via Feldkirch / Bludenz / Arlberg
> A12 via Innsbruck to exit Wörgl Ost
> Follow the road “Felbertauernstrasse”
> Via Kitzbühel, Mittersill to East Tyrol

From Austria:
> From Vienna A2 to Klagenfurt
> Villach (A 10) to Spittal (B 100), then East Tyrol

> From Salzburg (A10) to Spittal

From Italy:
> From Bolzano (A22) via Bressanone (S 49 DIR/E 68)
> Via San Candido (B 100) to East Tyrol

> From Venice (A4 / E 70) via Udine (A23/E55)
> Tolmezzo - Passo Monte Croce Carnico - East Tyrol

> From Brunico via Passo Stalle (only in summer) to the Defereggental valley (East Tyrol)

Useful links for the approach by car:
Google Maps
Traffic information Austria (in German language)
Information about road taxes/Vignette (in German language)
Barriers in winter (in German language)
Congestions in Austria (in German language)

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