Direct train services to Zell am See-Kaprun

Arrive relaxed and without traffic jams by using direct train services within Austria and from Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and Denmark. Local bus, train and ski bus services take you to your destinations. The ski bus is included free of charge in the Ski ALPIN CARD, ski depots at the lower termini ensure a comfortable skiing holiday without car. In summer, from 1 May to 31 October, all public transport can be used free of charge with the Mobility Card.

Direct services within Austria

from Vienna directly to Zell am See-Kaprun

From 23 December 2023 until 10 April 2023, the Railjet takes you on weekends directly from Vienna to your winter holiday without a car: the route runs via St. Pölten, Linz and Salzburg.


Direct services from Germany

ICE from Hamburg, Berlin and Munich to Zell am See-Kaprun

In summer 2022, the ICE "Großglockner" will once again commence its services and take you comfortably from Germany to Zell am See.

Urlaubs-express from Hamburg, Berlin, Bremen, Münster & Cologne to Zell am See-Kaprun

In the winter of 2022/23, the Urlaubs-Express will once again be traveling to Austria with sleeping and couchette cars from northern and western Germany. In Wörgl you change to an ÖBB train towards Zell am See-Kaprun. Tickets for the change can be booked directly with the Urlaubs-Express. The Urlaubs-Express also transports cars between Hamburg and Munich.


Direct services from Switzerland

Eurocity from/to Zurich

Daily direct Eurocity services from Zurich ensure a comfortable and stress-free journey to Zell am See-Kaprun.


Direct services from Sweden & Denmark

Snälltåget | from Sweden and Denmark to Austria

Night train from Malmö via Copenhagen to Austria | 22.12.2022-18.03.2023

The night train departs two times in December 2022 and on Fridays from 6 January to 18 March from Malmö via Høje Taastrup (outside Copenhagen), Odense and Kolding and arrives in Zell am See-Kaprun on Saturday morning. The return journey is a week later on Saturday evening, arriving in Denmark and Sweden on Sunday.