Journey by car
By car, you can both in summer and in winter, drive up to the front door. Lech belongs to the far western province of Austria, Vorarlberg, and is located on the B198 through road. From the south, you arrive at Lech by passing St. Anton (coming from east) or Stuben (coming from west), at the "Alpe Rauz" you arrive at the B198 which will lead you to Zürs and further on to Lech. Right before the northern end of Lech turn left on the road to Oberlech. Coming from north, turn right immediately after the cities name sign on the road to Oberlech. At the second bend (bus stop "Bergland") you have reached your destination.
Be always mindful of the current weather and road conditions in the Arlberg mountains.
current road conditions
webcams Lech Zürs
weather in Lech
Austrian highways are toll ways. Stickers for your vehicle are available at border crossings, petrol stations, post offices, tobacconists, your automobile club and at the Lech-Zürs tourist information.
Taxi "Der Lecher"
Arlberg Express Airport Shuttle
Airport Friedrichshafen (DE)
Airport Innsbruck (AT)
Airport Zürich (CH)
Airport Memmingen (Allgäu, DE)
Airport München (DE)
Journey by airplane
For those who arrive from far away or prefer in general the airway, the airports of Friedrichshafen, Innsbruck, Zürich, Memmingen (Allgäu) or Munich are the closest to the Arlberg.
The easiest way to get to Lech from the airport is by taking a airport taxi of Der Lecher. Alternative options are rental cars, which you can find at every airport, trains to one of the two train stations on the Arlberg, in St. Anton or in Langen, or the airport shuttle service of Arlberg Express.
Journey by train
On the homepage of the Austrian Federal Railway company (OeBB) you can find all information to your journey to Lech by train. Lech itself doesn't have a station, but from the closest stations St. Anton am Arlberg and Langen am Arlberg public busses bring you to Lech. The schedule of the busses is adjusted to the train schedule to avoid long waits.