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Arrival & Mobility

All roads lead to Rome - or to the Gesäuse after all? And once you've been to the Gesäuse, you usually don't want to leave! But before you and your vacation in the Gesäuse can really get going, you can find out here how you can best get there and what mobility options await you in the region.

By train 

The train is the most environmentally friendly way to get to the Gesäuse. On weekends and holidays, trains run twice a day from Vienna via the Westbahn line directly to the Gesäuse and back again. Every Friday a new train connection brings you from Vienna to the Gesäuse and on to Liezen and the same train brings you back on Sunday evening.

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By car

From the east via A2 Südautobahn, further via S6 Semmering Schnellstraße and A9 Pyhrnautobahn.
Freeway exits in Treglwang, Gaishorn, Trieben, Rottenmann, Liezen and Ardning.

From the south & north via A9 Pyhrnautobahn with the same freeway exits.

From west via A10 Tauernautobahn, further via B320 Ennstal Bundesstraße to Liezen. Connection to Gesäuse via B146 Gesäuse Bundesstraße and further via L117 to St. Gallen and Altenmarkt. Connection from Liezen to the Paltental via B113 Schoberpass federal road.

By plane

International airports in Graz , Linz, Salzburg and Vienna



in the region

You don't need your own car in the Gesäuse. Because there are several mobility offers to get to the desired Gesäuse destination. Whether with the Gesäuse shared cab from A to B or the transport with the Salzaline boat cab during rafting.



Here you can find out all the important information about where and when mandatory parking fees apply in the Gesäuse.

Car Park network admont-gesäuse

Nationalpark Gesäuse | © Stefan Leitner
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