Arrival & mobility in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See habitat

Arrive sustainably - relax from the first moment of your holiday

As "Austria's most sustainable region" model region- awarded by the Federal Ministry for Climate Action and the Austrian Climate Fund - we promote car-free holidays. Sustainable forms of travel, such as train or bus, enable you to arrive in our region in comfort and with low emissions. For the "last mile", there is also a sophisticated train station shuttle service that takes you directly to your booked accommodation or excursion destination.

Environmentally friendly and comfortable

Arriving by train

Just imagine: no annoying traffic jams. Instead, you can lean back and relax from the very start of your journey and at the same time do something for the environment. These are just some of the advantages of travelling by train.

Villach main station is the most important hub for train travels from all directions. From there, ÖBB suburban train line S4 to Hermagor leaves every hour. From Hermagor, take the regional bus to the surrounding villages and to the ski and hiking resort of Nassfeld. During winter, there is also a ski bus that takes you from the station right to Nassfeld ski resort (last stop Tröpolach Millennium-Express).

Good to know: With the +CARD holiday and the GästeCARD Basic you can use all regional trains for free.

Your journey doesn’t end at Hermagor or Nassfeld ski resort? Local busses also conveniently take you to Kötschach-Mauthen, to the Lesachtal valley, to Oberdrauburg and to Lake Weissensee.

Useful information for travelling by train

… from Austria & Germany

Arriving by car

  • from western Austria: Take the A10 motorway, passing through Tauern tunnel and Katschberg tunnel (toll gates) and take exit Feistritz/Drau. From there, follow the signs to Windische Höhe and Hermagor.

  • from eastern Austria: Take the A2 motorway (towards Italy) and exit at Hermagor/Gailtal. From there, follow B111 state road to Nassfeld.

  • from Germany: Coming from Munich, either take the A10 motorway (see section “from western Austria”) or the A12 Inntal motorway up to exit Kufstein. From there, continue through Felbertauern tunnel (toll gates) to Lienz, the Gailbergsattel, Kötschach-Mauthen and Hermagor.

… from Italy
  • from southern Italy: Take the motorway towards Udine and Austria. You can either exit the motorway at Pontebba and continue through Pontebba village along Passo Pramollo mountain pass to Nassfeld or stay on the motorway towards Tarvisio and exit at Hermagor/Gailtal.

Useful information for travelling by car


Flying to the World of Mountains & Lakes

Arriving by plane

Four airports offer air travellers the ideal connection to the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region: Klagenfurt, Salzburg, Ljubljana, Venice. Nassfeld can be reached from all four airports within a few hours.  

Airport shuttle from the airport to your accommodation
The share taxi of the Nassfeld-Pressegger See holiday region takes you from the airports Klagenfurt, Salzburg, and Ljubljana directly to your accommodation. 

Useful information for arriving by plane


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Mobility at the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region

You didn’t arrive by car but want to explore the highlights of the World of Mountains & Lakes? Then you’ll be glad to hear about the many convenient transport options in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region, ranging from the hike bus to Piccolo-Express Nassfeld, the ski bus and the hail and ride service for individual tours.

Our tip: Explore the Carnic region in a cost-saving and flexible way with FReD electric cars! Find out more about the e-car sharing project and protect our environment!

Thanks to the extensive bus network of the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region, it’s easy to get around your holiday region without a car. The best thing about it: Public transport – up to the Lesachtal valley – is free for holders of a +CARD holiday or a GuestCard Basic!

Location and how to find us

The Nassfeld-Pressegger See holiday region lies in the Austrian province of Carinthia, directly next to the Italian border.

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