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Your Summer Special

Silvretta Card All Inclusive
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SILVRETTA CARD ALL INCLUSIVE All services of the “Silvretta Card” are included from 1 night onwards: The cable cars of Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See are opened from 03rd of July until the 13th of September!

  • Use of all cable cars and chair lifts throughout Paznaun
  • Use of public transport in Paznaun / Bielerhöhe
  • Free entry to the Galtür Alpinarium
  • Free admission to outdoor and indoor swimming pools, as well as the play sports and water park in See
  • Toll-free use of the "Silvretta Hochalpenstrasse" by car, buses and motorbikes
  • Participation in the Kids Adventure Club program in Paznaun for a small fee
  • Participation in all guided themed hikes in Paznaun for a small fee

Mountains

With the Silvretta Card all inclusive you can use all open cable cars and chairlifts in the towns of Galtür, Ischgl, Samnaun, Kappl and See.

Car-free

You can safely leave your car behind, as regional bus transport will take you free of charge on the route between Landeck and Bielerhöhe (Silvretta Reservoir). If you arrive by car on the Silvretta Hochalpenstraße (toll), a free crossing is possible. In this case, please contact your host in advance.

Cooling down?

No problem - the indoor pools in Ischgl and Galtür as well as the outdoor pool Ischgl and the bathing lake in See open their doors free of charge and promise relaxation in the cool water.

Can't get any higher...

... because you can pass the popular Silvretta High Alpine Road on a panoramic tour free of charge by private car, motorcycle or bus. In addition, there is the opportunity to test the latest motorcycle models at a discount in the high-bike test center in Paznaun.

Cultural Insights

The Alpinarium with its exhibition on the relationship between Galtür and the world also captivates guests, as does the Ischgl cable car museum, which provides interesting details about the development of one of the most progressive companies in the Alps.