How to reach us

Das Kaltschmid Familotel

Olympiastraße 101
6100 Seefeld / Tyrol

Phone: +43 5212 2191
Fax: +43 5212 2191 – 116


Booking hotline: +43 5212 2191


The fastest way to Seefeld

NORTH: Munich – Garmisch-Patenkirchen – Mittenwald – Seefeld (toll-free).

EAST: Salzburg – Innsbruck – exit Zirl via Zirler Berg (driving ban: uphill combination lorries or lorries with trailers – alternative route: Telfs Ost)

SOUTH: Brenner (Brenner motorway A13) – Innsbruck – exit Zirl via Zirler Berg (driving ban: uphill combined vehicles or lorries with trailers – alternative route: Telfs Ost)

WEST: Kempten – Füssen – Reutte – Fernpass – Imst – exit Telfs Ost – Seefeld

Plan the optimal travel route
Before setting off, consult the Google Maps route planner to plan the optimum travel route from your home town to the Seefeld Region.

Free travel with the vignette
If your route takes you via the Austrian motorways, affix a vignette to your windscreen in good time. The automobile clubs, petrol stations and border crossing stations have them ready at all times. With the vignette, you have free travel when travelling by car. Information on the current prices can be found here.

Weatherproof travel by car
If you visit Tyrol by car in winter, you should expect snow and ice. With winter tyres and snow chains you are well equipped and prepared for the conditions in the Tyrolean mountains. Information on current road conditions is available from (ÖAMTC).

To Seefeld by train and bus
You can also travel comfortably by public transport. For example, take the ICE from Germany directly to Seefeld in Tyrol. Fast trains from Munich and Innsbruck are also an excellent way to reach us from the airports, and regional buses are available within our region. So you can enjoy your car-free holiday in the mountains without any worries!

Information on the temporary closures in Tyrol
The temporary driving ban, which is limited to weekends, applies to all motor vehicles passing through Tyrol. Further information on the affected provincial roads can be found here.
*The Seefeld Region – Tyrol’s High Plateau is not affected!