PLAN YOUR VISIT
Welcome to the Masters World Cup 2023
in Seefeld/Tirol - Austria!
Be part of the MWC 2023 and enjoy 7 great event days at the cross-country skiing parc Seefeld/Tirol.
Below you will find some useful information for your travel planing.
Accommodation bookings in Seefeld are made by your national director. Please go in contact with your national director.
For further enquiries or if you would like to extend your stay, please contact the Seefeld Tourist Office, Mrs. Bernadette Stauder (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Get to Seefeld
Not sure how to get to Seefeld? We will have all the information you need whether you arrive by train, car or plane.
Seefeld in Tirol on rail: Travel fast, relaxed and inexpensive by train!
For example, from Munich or Innsbruck there are numerous direct regional traffic connections to the Region Seefeld. Ideally, the Seefeld train station is located directly on the edge of the pedestrian zone and it is only a few minutes’ walk to the stadium area.
Timetable and Tickets:
ÖBB Austrian Federal Railways: www.oebb.at/en
DB German Federal Railways: www.bahn.com/en
SBB Swiss Federal Railways: www.sbb.ch/en
NORTH: Munich – Garmisch-Patenkirchen – Mittenwald – Seefeld
EAST: Salzburg – Innsbruck – Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (driving ban: combination cars, vans and vehicles pulling a trailer or caravan are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
SOUTH: Brenner (Brenner motorway A13) – Innsbruck – Exit Zirl, over the Zirler Berg mountain road (driving ban: combination cars, vans and vehicles pulling a trailer or caravan are not permitted to travel uphill on this road – alternative route via Telfs Ost)
WEST: Kempten – Füssen – Reutte – Fernpass – Imst – Exit Telfs Ost – Seefeld
Toll-sticker for motorway travel
If your route takes you over any Austrian motorways, then make sure you purchase a motorway toll sticker and adhere it to the front windscreen of your car before accessing the motorway. The toll stickers can be bought from automobile associations and at fuel stations and border crossings.
- Innsbruck (INS) A Distance: 35 km (approx. 30 driving minutes to Seefeld)
- Munich (MUC) GER Distance: 165 km (approx. 2 driving hours to Seefeld)
- Zurich (ZRH) CH Distance: 270 km (apporx. 3 driving hours to Seefeld)
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On-Site Mobility – Transportation during the MWC 2023
In Seefeld, shuttle buses run at regular intervals from pedestrian locations near the hotel to and from the cross-country stadium. This is the easiest way to get to the venue. The schedule for the shuttle bus will be published here in a timely manner.
Parking at the venue is limited, so we would like to ask you to use the shuttle bus as much as possible. The costs for the shuttle bus are included in the entry fee and therefore free of charge during the MWC 2023 – for this please always show your accreditation. Please remember to always have your accreditation with you to take advantage of all the benefits.
Discover Seefeld and Tirol
Take the easy way to the most rewarding experiences in the Alps!
From an winter walk with alpacas to an introduction to the secrets of the art of beer brewing with beer tasting to a biathlon try-out, you will find everything on the Seefeld website to make your stay in Tyrol’s high plateau even more enjoyable.
Trip to the Zugspitze
Germany’s highest peak has a fabulous location in the Tyrolean Wetterstein mountains and the summit borders two
countries. The car/bus takes you from Seefeld to Garmisch, from where you can get to the top of the Zugspitze (2,962 m)
using the funicular and cable cars. Once at the top, the panorama platform and the 360° Panorama Restaurant offer
a breathtaking view of the Region Seefeld and more than 400 Alpine peaks in four countries.
Discover the capital of Tirol
The state-certified Austria Guides from the tourist office Seefeld will take you on an exciting tour to the Tyrolean capital. The day starts with a
breathtaking train ride from Seefeld to Innsbruck with the highest railway line in Austria. Upon arrival, a walk of
about two hours awaits you, during which you will discover more about the impressive history of the city.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
Swarovski Crystal Worlds was opened in 1995 to mark the centennial anniversary of the company’s founding. This beloved attraction has brought moments of wonder to over sixteen million visitors from all around the world. Visitors are surprised, touched, and perhaps even transformed by crystal in all its facets.
See for yourself and visit the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens (A), 40 km away.
The Violin Making Museum Mittenwald (Geigenbaumuseum)
The Geigenbaumuseum (Violin Making Museum) was founded in 1930 . The displays highlight the craft of violin making and its development over more than three-hundred years.
The emphasis in the extensive collection of high-quality instruments is on Mittenwald violins made in the Baroque period. The 19th and 20th centuries, as well as present-day workshops, are also covered. Samples to listen to and even smell, historical films on violin making, a reconstruction of a period workshop and temporary exhibitions make every visit a fascinating and varied experience.
The violin making museum is located directly on the German/Austrian border and can be visited in Mittenwald (GER), 20 km away.