Here you will find information on how to get to Samnaun.
Current road condition report
Road condition report Tyrol (ÖAMTC)
The ÖAMTC website provides information on road conditions when travelling from Germany and Austria:
- B179 Fernpassstrasse (webcams)
- S16 Arlberg expressway
- A12 Inntal motorway
- B180 Reschenstrasse
- L348 Spisser Landesstrasse (Webcam St. Annatunnel: the tunnel is located between Pfunds and Spiss on the way to Samnaun.
Road condition report Graubünden (Civil Engineering Office and Cantonal Police Canton Graubünden)
On this page you will find up-to-date information on travelling from Switzerland:
- H28 Prättigauerstrasse
- Vereina car transport
- H27 Engadinerstrasse
- Samnaunerstrasse Vinadi - Samnaun.
Arrival by car
Samnaun can be reached via the Engadinstrasse H27: via Vereina (car transport) or the Flüelapass (only in summer), turn off at Vinadi onto the Samnaunerstrasse to Samnaun.
On your return journey from Samnaun to the Engadine, you will pass through Swiss customs in Martina due to the Samnaun customs exclusion zone. Please note the valid customs regulations regarding the goods you are carrying. We recommend that you have a valid travel document (passport, identity card) with you when travelling to Samnaun.
You can reach Samnaun via the Arlberg Schnellstrasse S16, Fernpassstrasse B179 or Inntal-Autobahn A12 to Landeck, continue on the Reschenstrasse B180 to Pfunds Kajetansbrücke and then via Spisser Landesstrasse L348 to Samnaun.
By the way: In the entire Samnaun Valley you can park free of charge in the public car parks.
Arrival by public transport
Arrival from Switzerland: From Zurich take the Intercity train in the direction of Chur to Landquart. Continue with the Rhaetian Railway to Scuol-Tarasp in the Lower Engadine. From there the Postbus runs hourly via Martina on to Samnaun.
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Arrival from Austria: Take the Railjet to Landeck-Zams. From there take the hourly bus to Pfunds Kajetansbrücke or Martina and then the PostBus to Samnaun.