Getting to Schladming

Schladming is less than 90km (56 miles) from Salzburg Airport and you can get to the resort by private transfer or hire car in about an hour. Schladming also has its own train station for transfers by rail.

Nearest Airports to Schladming- Dachstein

Salzburg Airport – 90 kms / 1 hour
Munich Airport – 250 kms / 2 hours 30 mins

Private Airport Transfers

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Driving directions to get to Schladming

Take the autobahn from Munich to Salzburg, then the Tauern autobahn. Exit at the Ennstal junction and take the B146 Ennstal highway. From Salzburg, go south on the A-10 autobahn, exiting at junction 63 on route E-651/B-99. From Munich airport take autobahns A-9, A-99 (bypass), A-8 and A-10 from Salzburg, and then exit on to the B-99.

Getting to Schladming by train

Schladming’s railway station provides easy access to the area from Salzburg or Munich. There’s a regular shuttle and bus transfer from Salzburg airport to Salzburg train station and by train from Salzburg to the resort takes about 1 hour 30 minutes. A direct rail connection goes from Munich’s FJ Strauss Airport to the city. From there, trains take around 3-4 hours to the resort.

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