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Arriving in Lech Zürs

The way to Arlberg’s

Travel to Lech Zürs in comfort

We want to make it as easy and pleasant as possible for you to travel to Lech Zürs and get around the region without a car. With direct rail connections from Vienna, Zurich and Munich and an extensive public transport network, you can enjoy a care-free, flexible holiday.

Travelling by train

Get here without stress and traffic jams


You will doubtlessly agree that your ideal journey to the relaxing mountains of Lech Zürs does not include stress and traffic jams. When you stay in our region, you benefit from the excellent railway infrastructure around the Arlberg. The closest two rail stations are Langen am Arlberg and, on the Tyrolean side, St. Anton am Arlberg.  Many regional and long-distance trains arrive and depart here every day so that you can start your holidays in the mountains in a flexible, environmentally friendly way. Trains from Zurich to Arlberg’s two stations depart every two hours (journey time: around three hours). Trains from Vienna depart every hour (journey time: around six hours), and trains from Munich depart every two hours (journey time: around three hours and fifteen minutes). Take bus no. 91 or 92 to travel from the station to your final destination – a well-deserved holiday. There are also several private shuttle services, such as the Arlberg Express, which will take you from the surrounding airports to Lech Zürs at affordable rates.


Langen am Arlberg railway station: 15 km from Lech Zürs | regular taxi and bus service (line 750) | transfer time approx. 20 minutes


St. Anton am Arlberg railway station: 20 km from Lech Zürs | regular taxi and bus connections (line 760) | transfer time approx. 30 minutes

From Germany:

During the winter season, a direct Railjet service runs on Saturdays from Munich to the Arlberg. Departure in Munich is at 2:30 pm and you will arrive at the Arlberg in just 3 ¾ hours. 





From Switzerland: 


There is also a direct train from Switzerland to the Arlberg every few hours. Travellers who take the Railjet from Zurich at 6:40 am will arrive in St. Anton at 09:01 am. From there, they can easily continue their journey by bus (line 760) or taxi to Lech Zürs and experience a full day on the slopes. Connoisseurs have the option of taking the Eurocity "Transalpin" at 8:40 am from Zurich. Along the way, marvel at the magnificent mountain scenery from the 1st class panorama coach. Return journeys start at 9:00 am from St. Anton every 2 hours.



Langen am Arlberg railway station: 15 km from Lech Zürs | regular taxi and bus service (line 750) | transfer time approx. 20 minutes


St. Anton am Arlberg railway station: 20 km from Lech Zürs | regular taxi and bus connections (line 760) | transfer time approx. 30 minutes

There’s plenty to see around Lech Zürs

You can reach countless interesting destinations around Lech Zürs by public transport. In summer, for example, bus no. 40a takes you to the lovely Bregenzerwald region and Dornbirn. Turquoise Lake Constance and Bregenz, the beautiful state capital of Vorarlberg, are just a short journey away and well worth visiting as part of an absolutely unforgettable holiday.

Would you prefer a personal porter service?

Enjoy maximum comfort when travelling with the ÖBB Austrian Railways. If you wish, ÖBB will collect your luggage before departure and bring it directly to your destination.

Regional buses & Ortsbus local buses

Sustainable local travel


When you holiday in Lech Zürs, our Ortsbus local bus is a perfect alternative to your own car. It offers an environmentally friendly and thoroughly relaxing way of reaching all districts of our region, and in the summer, the Wanderbus hiking bus takes you straight to the scenic mountains of Arlberg. The Lech Card, our attractive summer holiday ticket, includes open summer cable cars in Lech Zürs and Warth, an excursion into the idyllic Zugertal valley and other services. In winter, a night bus serves the various districts into the early hours of the morning to help you get home safely and comfortably after unforgettable evenings in Lech Zürs.

Car-free Oberlech – a groundbreaking project

The popular district of Oberlech, magnificently framed by towering mountains, has been car-free from December to April since the mid-1990s. Its innovative tunnel system ensures undisturbed winter magic. Simply park your car at the Anger underground car park in Lech, then take the cable car to Oberlech, located at an altitude of 1,650 metres. Central Lech also offers a car park for electric vehicles with capacity for 23 cars.


Zugertal toll road (Spullersee/Formarinsee):

The road cooperation Spullersee - Formarinsee has decided to close the toll road Wednesday's for the individual traffic. Thus Wednesday's from 00:00 o'clock to 24:00 o'clock no Toll-Coin be used! For the rest of the week is the closure for individual traffic from 08:00 clock to 16:30 clock.

Charging station for electric vehicles

  • Hotel Post, Lech Dorf 11
  • Hotel Der Berghof, Lech Dorf 161
  • Green Garage Rüfikopf, Lech Dorf 164
  • Schneggarei Skihütte, Lech Tannberg 629
  • Lech Biomasseheizwerk, Lech no.577
  • Hotel Edelweiss, Zürs no. 79