Landeck is the district capital and traffic junction in the west of Tyrol and is located in the Upper Inn Valley at the confluence of the Sanna and the Inn. The small town of Landeck is the district capital of the district of the same name, the districts are Angedair, Perfuchs, Perfuchsberg, Perjen and Bruggen. The town of Landeck was only created in 1900 through the merger of the towns of Angedair, Perfuchs, Perfuchsberg, Sanna, Perjen and Bruggen.



Late Gothic parish church (1493)
Capuchin Church
Landeck Castle (13th century) with district museum
Museum Galerie Schloss Landeck, Schlossweg 2, 6500 Landeck. Tel .: +43 (0) 5442 63 202. Local history museum, exhibitions by regional and international contemporary artists.


Getting there

Landeck is an important transport hub for rail lines and roads.

By plane
The nearest international airports are Innsbruck Airport (distance approx. 72 km, 45 minutes drive) and north of Munich Munich Airport (also "Franz Josef Strauss", distance approx. 204 km).

By train
The city is on the Arlberg railway line (Innsbruck - Bludenz).

Landeck-Zams station is the end point for regional trains from Innsbruck, a stop on the Arlbergbahn and, as a through station, also a stop for all international long-distance trains from Vienna, Salzburg, Bregenz and Zurich.

The train station is between Landeck and Zams and about 2 kilometers northeast of the center of Landeck. Continue to the center of Landeck by bus, taxi or on foot.

By street
Landeck is located on the Inntal motorway, which is subject to toll, or the Arlberg expressway from Landeck. To the north-east of the city, the Reschenstraße branches off from the motorway at the Oberinntal junction and through the Landecker Tunnel to the Reschenpass (181). To the northwest of the city, Silvrettastraße (186) branches off from the Arlbergschnellstraße into the Paznaun.

Approach from the east (Innsbruck) on the A 12 (Inntalautobahn) and from the west of Vorarlberg on the S 16 (Arlbergschnellstraße). The B 315 leads from the Engadin to Landeck.

Toll-free routes:
From Germany, the toll-free journey is possible via the Fernpass route (Munich - Garmisch - Imst) and from Imst for around 20 km via the country road (B 171, Tiroler Bundesstraße), which is busy during the day.

The Landecker bypass tunnel requires a vignette. If you don't have a vignette for the Austrian motorways, you should drive through the city of Landeck. Attention: The official signs to the Reschenpass lead through the tunnel (so disregard and drive straight ahead towards Zams). There are often controls at the tunnel.