Skiers can reach Ötztal by train from all directions. Seven daily direct connections take guests from Zurich to Ötztal-Bahnhof in only 3 hours without having to change trains. Also the Railjet towards Bludenz via Arlberg pass stops in Ötztal-Bahnhof every two hours. In winter, there is even an additional route from Munich to St. Anton am Arlberg, which stops in Ötztal-Bahnhof. Six daily direct connections with an arrival time of 4 hours and 40 minutes are also available from Vienna with stops in St. Pölten, Linz and Salzburg.
The journey from the north can be made overnight with ÖBB Nightjet (from Hamburg or Düsseldorf via Nuremberg and Munich to Innsbruck). So you won't lose a single day. Especially interesting for guests from Germany: No matter if the journey to Ötztal starts in Berlin, Hamburg or Cologne (to name just three cities), Deutsche Bahn takes holidaymakers to Tirol quickly, easily and cheaply. For example, every Saturday from Berlin to Innsbruck on the ICE train without changing. At very attractive prices from only € 18.90 on short routes, e.g. from Munich to Innsbruck (2nd class). Further advantages: The tickets can be booked up to 6 months in advance, children up to 14 years of age even travel for free when accompanied by their parents or grandparents.
Tip: More detailed information about current timetables and advance booking are available at www.oebb.at, www.bahn.com and www.nightjet.com