The Mondsee region situated in the Salzkammergut in the heart of Austria is easy accessible. Learn more!
Coming from Germany – with a motorway vignette:
Autobahn A8 (Munich-Salzburg), cross the border at Walserberg onto the Westautobahn A1 motorway for Salzburg and Vienna. Continue towards Vienna and take the Mondsee exit.
From Germany without a motorway vignette:
A8 motorway (Munich-Salzburg), Bad Reichenhall exit. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit for Freilassing (B20) and turn right over the border. Continue along the Munich trunk road (Bundesstraße) and Ignaz Harrer Straße for Salzburg. Follow the road until Salzburg Gnigl and then continue along the B1 (Linzer Bundesstraße) for Eugendorf. In Eugendorf, turn right after the third roundabout onto Thalgauer Landsraße L103 for Thalgau-Mondsee.
From Vienna, take the Westautobahn A1 motorway – Mondsee exit.
From Kärnten, take the Tauernautobahn A10 motorway (please note: additional toll payable at the Tauern road tunnel) for Salzburg. At the Salzburg interchange, take the Westautobahn A1 motorway for Vienna – Mondsee exit.
WITH THE POSTBUS:
The best postbus connections to MondSeeLand leave from Salzburg main station. Please simply contact us if you would like us to send you the timetables. You can also check the connections online at www.postbus.at and https://salzburg-verkehr.at/
The MondSeeLand region has its own railway station in Oberhofen am Irrsee. The best connections are, however, with the postbus to Mondsee from Salzburg main station. Detailed information on connections is available online at www.oebb.at and www.bahn.de.
Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart is just outside the city of Salzburg. Bus line 2 will take you to Salzburg main station, where you can get postbus number 140 to Mondsee. www.salzburg-airport.com
Vignettes (toll stickers) are mandatory for motorcycles, cars, buses and lorries on all Austrian motorways and expressways (Schnellstraßen). Vignettes are available at all motorway border crossings into Austria and at petrol stations.