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Travelling by car to Bad Kleinkirchheim in Austria
Once everything has been loaded into your car – the holiday in Carinthia may begin
The hotel team at the thermal hotel Pulverer has arranged for an online route planner for you. Just enter your starting point and let the route planner work out the best route for you. Free of charge, of course. Then best print off the finished route and take it with you when driving – this way you will definitely arrive safely in your holiday in Carinthia in Austria.
Please note that you will need an “Autobahn Vignette” sticker for driving on Austrian Autobahns. On the Tauernautobahn, the Brennerautobahn and the Pyhrnautobahn you will also find additional toll stops. The Autobahn vignette sticker can be bought at gas stations and cigarette shops. They are valid for 10 days, 2 months or for a whole year. The Vignette sticker must be stuck in a well-visible position on the inside of the windscreen of your car.
Should you need a rental car please contact the rental car partner of Hotel Pulverer.
|Charges for Autobahn Vignette stickers in Austria|
|10 day Vignette||Euro 7,90|
|2 month Vignette||Euro 23,00|
|1 year Vignette||Euro 76,50|
|Additional toll stops / Car single trip|
|Brennerautobahn gesamt||Euro 8,00|
|Pyhrnautobahn gesamt||Euro 12,00|
|Für weitere Mautinformationen siehe www.asfinag.at|
|Distances – short distances to Bad Kleinkirchheim|
Here you will find the routes for journey from Austria, Germany, Italy or Slovenia listed:
If you are travelling from within Austria the following routes via the Austrian Autobahn will be of interest:
Route 1: A2 Südautobahn
Take the A2 Südautobahn: from Vienna drive towards Graz - then continue towards Klagenfurt. At the main junction Klagenfurt take the Autobahn exit “ Klagenfurt Nord” Continue driving on the A-road towards Feldkirchen until you reach Bad Kleinkirchheim.
Route 2: Turracher Höhe
Coming from Vienna drive via Wiener Neustadt to Mürzzuschlag and continue onwards towards Leoben. From Leoben the road continues towards Judenburg – Murau and then continue driving via Turracher Höhe until you reach Bad Kleinkirchheim.
If you are travelling from Germany with your car, the following routes will be of interest:
Route 1: Autobahn
Coming from Munich drive towards Salzburg on the German Autobahn A8. From Salzburg continue driving on the Tauernautobahn A10 until you reach Spittal an der Drau – at Millstätter Lake you have to exit the Autobahn and continue on the A-road E88 towards Bad Kleinkirchheim.
Route 2: A-road
Coming from Munich drive towards Salzburg on the German Autobahn A8 until you reach Badgastein. Then you continue towards Verladestation Autozug Böckstein until you reach Mallnitz. From Mallnitz drive towards Spittal an der Drau. At the Autobahn exit Millstätter Lake exit and continue on the A-road E88 until you reach Bad Kleinkirchheim.
If you are coming from Italy the following is the best route for you:
Drive towards Udine. From Udine continue towards Treviso and cross the border into Villach. From Villach take the Autobahn and exit at Ossiacher See, then continue on the A-road E88 until you reach Bad Kleinkirchheim.
If you are coming from Slovenia the following will be the best route for you:
From Ljubljana drive to Jesenice – through the Karawanken tunnel to Villach. From Villach leave the Autobahn at exit Ossiacher See and use the A-road E88 until you reach Bad Kleinkirchheim.
Here you will find the route planner for your journey to Bad Kleinkirchheim in Austria