Please note that the motorways in Austria are subject to tolls. You can also only reach the Brenner motorway, which is subject to a charge, via the regular motorway, for which you need a vignette. The route via Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass is the typical holiday route for those who take the A8 and A93 southbound from Munich. Since it is a continuous motorway, it is the first choice:
If you are coming west of Munich on the A95: Via Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Mittenwald you will come to the "Fernpass" in Austria. To the highway A 12 It is almost 30 kilometers of country roads from Mittenwald to Innsbruck. However, the route is not recommended at the beginning of the holiday or when it is snowy in winter.
Just before Innsbruck, follow the signs Brenner / A13. In any case you drive via INNSBRUCK and the Brenner in the direction of BOZEN on the Italian highway 22. You only leave this at MODENA, where you will usually turn onto the A1 in the direction of PARMA.
You will receive important further information for the journey through Austria here (Click).
Last updated: 31.01.2024