Traveling to Sölden by train
On rails to your holiday destination in Ötztal
Traveling to Sölden by train stands for a stress-free arrival and relaxation from the first minute of your vacation. From different countries there are direct connections to Ötztal-Bahnhof, the village at the entrance to Ötztal. From the station's main square you take the bus directly to Sölden. A journey by train is also a hassle-free alternative for trips within Tirol, Italy, Germany or Switzerland. Of course, there are also special bargain tickets that guarantee a both safe and convenient travel.
Daily direct connections
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. 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.
Luggage transport service
Who is not tired of carrying the luggage when going on a holiday? This problem can be easily solved by train: all your pieces of luggage can be sent to the holiday resort already in advance, from your home address directly to Sölden. Further information about the luggage transport service
Save money on rails
ÖBB has a special Sparschiene program that offers train tickets at bargain rates valid within Austria or throughout Europe. Also the German and Swiss Railways have similar super saver programs.