Wow! Such an example
getting to the SkiWelt by public transport
Public transport right into the heart of one of the biggest and most modern ski resorts in the world – SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser –Brixental offers this like virtually no other ski region can. For example, Hopfgarten, Westendorf and Brixen i.Th. have their own train stations, while all the other resorts can be easily reached by train from Kufstein and Wörgl railway stations. There is even a new direct night train connection from London to Kufstein or Wörgl. Leaving at 3.04 am from London, the train stops at Brussels and Cologne and from here the Austrian “ÖBB NightJet” continues to Tyrol – arriving at 8.30 am, the perfect time to hit the slopes. An attractive alternative to flying, which incidentally is possible seven days a week in both directions.
Flix to the SkiWelt slopes:
The Flixbus transports winter sports enthusiasts to the SkiWelt three times a week on an overnight service. Whether The Hague, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Oldenburg, Hannover, Dortmund, Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden or Prague, 14 lines and over 70 stations are available to guests between 8 December 2017 and 8 April 2018. Head up to the slopes the next morning relaxed and well rested. Day visitors from Munich can also climb aboard in the morning, even arranging their SkiWelt ticket online at the same time as booking their travel.