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Directions to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Only a few days left – then you’re off on your eagerly anticipated family holiday to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Be it by car, bus, train or plane: all roads lead to this popular holiday resort. Find out more about which mode of transportation is the best option for you to get to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis!

traffic obstacles

Construction work on Ladiserstraße L286

From 25 April to 10 June 2022 construction work will take place on the Ladiser Landesstraße. Traffic is regulated by traffic posts.

Night closure of the Landecker Tunnel between April and June 2022

Between April and June 2022, maintenance work will take place in the Landecker Tunnel (L76). Since various work can only be carried out during lane or total closure, the road will be closed from 9pm to 5.30am according to the plan below.

In the event of total or lane closures, traffic will be diverted via the L76 road. It will be controlled by traffic lights.

Planned closures:

 Lane closures in direction to Reschen/Zams:  Monday 30 May to Friday 3 Jun3 2022 (4 nights)
 Reserve dates for lane closures or total closures:  week no. 21, 23 and 24 (as required)

L76 road closure (Landecker Straße) | one-way traffic regulation

From 11 December 2021, the Landecker Straße (L76) and the connection between Landeck and Fließ, will be partially opened in the construction zone of the Schlossgalerie tunnel. According to plan, there will be a one-way traffic routing. You can only reach Landeck from the south, i.e. Oberes Gericht area, by passing the construction site on a single lane.
Until completion of the construction site, there is only one option to get back from Landeck to Oberes Gericht: via the Landecker Tunnel. Please note that the road is closed for all vehicles in the area of the Schlossgalerie on Wednesdays from 9am to 12 noon and Saturdays from 11am to 2pm.

Starting from 11 December, the Landeck Tunnel is again toll-sticker-compulsory!

Here’s how our guests from the northern direction get to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis by car

Via Fernpass to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis: If you are driving via the German motorway A7 or A95, drive on the Fernpass Strasse road (B179) to Imst and change there to the A12 motorway. After about 10 kilometres leave the A12 at the junction Oberinntal and drive into the Landecker Tunnel. After the exit from the Landecker Tunnel (attention: vignette for the Austrian motorway required!) you come directly to the Reschenbundesstrasse road. Follow the street just for a few minutes until the exit Ried im Oberinntal and then follow the signs to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.

If you do not have a vignette for the Austrian motorways, you can alternatively follow in Imst the B171 Tiroler Strasse road to Landeck. Drive through Landeck and continue on the L76 Landecker Strasse road until the exit Ried im Oberinntal and then follow the signs to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.

Via Kufstein and Innsbruck: The journey to your holiday destination takes you along the A 12 Inntalautobahn motorway? Then take the exit Reschenpass – Meran – Ladis-Fiss-Serfaus. From there, the road leads you directly into the Landecker Tunnel that connects the motorway with the Reschenbundesstraße. After that, take the exit Ried im Oberinntal and follow the signposts to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. After about 10 kilometres, you’ll arrive at your destination. 

If you go south on the German A7 or A95 motorways, take the Fernpassstraße (B179) via Imst and Landeck and continue on to the A12. Once you’re past the Landecker Tunnel, the road leads you directly onto the Reschenbundesstraße. Now, follow the signposts to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. 

Via Lindau an Bregenz: Follow the B31 to Lindau and change to the A 96 towards Bregenz. Cross Vorarlberg via the A14 Rheintalautobahn road and the Arlberg Tunnel (attention: road charge for the Arlberg Tunnel) . Continue on the S16 Arlbergschnellstrasse road to the junction Oberinntal. There you turn into the Landecker Tunnel (attention: vignette for the Austrian motorway required!). Continue on the B180 Reschenbundesstrasse road to the exit Ried im Oberinntal. Follow the signs to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.

By car from Switzerland across the Arlberg

If you’re coming from Switzerland, take the A3 motorway to Feldkirch or the A1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. If you decide for the latter option, continue on the A14 towards Innsbruck. The S16 takes you through the Arlbergtunnel for about 32 kilometres and to the A12. At the Oberinntal junction, follow the signposts for the B180 towards the Reschenpass. Last but not least, the route takes you through the Landecker Tunnel. Follow the signposts to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.

Benvenuto: coming from Italy to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

Your journey to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis starts on the SS40 north. Cross the Reschenpass and you’ll get to the B180 and to Austria. From there, continue on the B180. In Ried in the Oberinntal valley, the Serfauser Landesstraße takes you to the high plateau. 

High above the clouds: arrival by plane

The family paradise of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is thousands of kilometres away? No problem – just take the plane to get to the picturesque federal state of Tyrol in Austria. Select your destination airport (Innsbruck, Munich or Zurich) and book your flight. From the airports, you can conveniently get to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis by bus, train or airport taxi.

Coming to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis by bus and train

Going on holiday relaxed, stress-free and with plenty of legroom? Bus and train are perfect for that! Just get on the train at your hometown train station and get off in Landeck-Zams. From the train station, a bus takes you to Serfaus, Fiss or Ladis. You may also request a taxi that takes you to your holiday residence! 

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