Many roads lead to GaPa. Bus and car users can take the A95 almost to the front door, those who prefer to fly have four different options or you can also get here by train and, if you are not averse to waiting times, they are all possible.
Getting here by car
Coming from the north:
Federal motorway A95 - end of motorway
Main road B2 (Munich - GaPa)
Main road B23 (Augsburg - GaPa)
Coming from the south:
A12/E60 Inntal motorway
B2/E533 Mittenwald - Klais - Kaltenbrunn - GaPa
Beachplatz am Kainzenbad / opposite the summer toboggan run
Getting here by plane
If you are flying, you can choose between Munich, Stuttgart, Memmingen and Innsbruck airports. Upon request, local agencies (car rental, bus companies, travel agencies) can arrange your transfer from the airport to us.
PS: Franz Josef Strauß International Airport in Munich is only 120 km from Garmisch-Partenkirchen (travel time: approx. 1.5 hours), Innsbruck Airport is only 60 km away (travel time: about 1 hour).
Getting here by train
At the weekend, there are direct ICE connections between GaPa and various other cities (e.g., Berlin, Nuremberg, Dortmund, the Ruhr Region, Cologne, Frankfurt, Würzburg, Hamburg, Hanover, Göttingen, Kassel, Innsbruck, Halle(Saale) and Bitterfeld). There is also a direct ICE to Bremen on Saturdays and from GaPa to Stralsund on Sundays. In addition, the Munich - GaPa regional train runs on an hourly basis.
Need to bring the car? Then take the car train. There are connections, for example, from Hamburg, Hildesheim, Berlin and Düsseldorf to Munich. bahn.de
Getting here by bus
GaPa can also be reached by taking the comfortable long-distance buses from MFB/MeinFernbus. Bus line 040 runs six times per day directly to and from Munich and Innsbruck. Five direct connections to and from Munich airport every day. The buses stop at the station forecourt. Tickets to/from Munich are available from €6 and to/from Innsbruck from €5. At Munich ZOB (central bus station) you can then avail of further Germany-wide MFB connections. meinfernbus.de
No car no cry. Because on the local bus you need only show your guest card and can travel for free. Guest cards are available from local accommodation providers. Taxis, Regionalverkehr Oberbayern (RVO) or Deutsche Bahn also provide transport within the local area. Prefer to be a helmsman than a passenger? Then hire a car or bicycle.