Many roads lead to Klagenfurt am Wörthersee – whether by car, bus, rail or air.
Klagenfurt lies on the eastern shore of Lake Wörthersee, and is the capital of Austria’s southernmost province, Carinthia. Thanks to the excellent road and rail connections, it is easy to reach, including from the adjoining countries Italy and Slovenia.
You can travel safely and individually by car to Klagenfurt am Wörthersee on Austria’s excellently developed network of motorways, trunk roads and federal roads.
From the north via Salzburg and the A10 Tauern motorway and the A2 motorway (the whole of the A10 has four lanes, or two lanes in the tunnels). From the east via Vienna and Graz on the A2 Südautobahn motorway.From the south via Ljubljana and the B91 Loiblpass road, or via Udine and the A2 Südautobahn motorway.
You have to pay tolls for all motorways and trunk roads in Austria, so you require a toll sticker. You will find precise information about toll charges here.
With ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) and DB (German Railways) you can travel in comfort almost to Klagenfurt city centre. You can also travel by sleeper car. The city centre is just a few minutes’ walk from the main railway station. Tickets can be bought online or at any railway station.
he well-developed Postbus bus network will take you conveniently and safely to Klagenfurt from the surrounding provinces. Tickets can be bought in advance online from the provider concerned, or on the bus directly from the bus driver.
Timetables and prices can be found here.
Flixbus has temporarily suspended operations due to the Covid-19 situation. More detailed information can be found here.
Travel to Klagenfurt am Wörthersee by plane. Klagenfurt Airport is just a few kilometres away from Klagenfurt city centre. You can get to your accommodation from the airport by taxi, Stadtwerke buses or by hire car.
The nearby Ljubljana Airport offers connections to most European capitals. An inexpensive shuttle service run by GoOpti will take you directly from Ljubljana Airport to Klagenfurt.