Ischgl (1377m) is a small village of 600 people (in 2018) in the Paznaun Valley (German: Paznauntal) in Tyrol Austria.

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By plane[edit]

Ischgl is an hours drive or so from Innsbruck's airport (INN IATA), two from Munich's (MUC IATA) and three from Zurich's (ZRH IATA).

From Innsbruck Airport there are many taxis that offer transfers to Ischgl.

By car[edit]

Ischgl can be reached very easily from Innsbruck, the regional capital of Tyrol. Follow the "S16" motorway route until you reach a junction near "Pians" and exit the motorway in the direction of "Paznauntal - Ischgl". The drive is just over an hour and is very direct, making the most of Austria's incredibly efficient road network. However, in winter it can happen that you need chains from the motorway down to See!

By train[edit]

Ischgl has no railway station and neither do any other villages or towns in the entire Paznaun valley. However, trains from Innsbruck travel as far as Landeck, roughly 3.5 km (2 mi) from the start of the valley. Regular bus services operated by "OBB", Austria's main public transport operator, run from the station in Landeck (Landeck-Zams) via the town centre to the Paznauntal frequently, making for a relatively simple journey.

Get around[edit]



Ski: 220 km of pistes, resort opens early.


  • MPREIS, Silvretta Str. 37, +4350321928715. open Tu-F 07:30-19:00, Sa-M 14:00-19:00. Supermarket.


  • Bäckerei Konditorei Kurz, Dorfstr. 53, +4354445211. Bakery with delicious cakes and chocolates, two locations in Ischgl (the other at Dorfstr. 70) as well as in See and Galtür.




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