Alternatives to the Arlberg Pass
For those traveling from Germany, Liechtenstein, or Switzerland to Austria during the mentioned period, the Arlberg Tunnel can be bypassed using the following alternatives:
- Germany: Munich > Rosenheim
- Switzerland: Gotthard Tunnel
- Switzerland: San Bernardino
However, ASFINAG has already announced another closure of the Arlberg Tunnel for the year 2024 (April 15, 2024, to November 22, 2024), lasting approximately five months.
FAQs about the Arlberg Tunnel
Is the Arlberg Tunnel subject to tolls?
Yes. Like many other tunnel and road sections, the Arlberg Tunnel is subject to tolls.
What is the cost of driving through the Arlberg Tunnel?
The cost of driving through the Arlberg Tunnel is VARIABLE and can be purchased digitally in our online shop.
Is the Arlberg Tunnel currently closed?
Yes. The Arlberg Tunnel is closed for renovation work from April 24, 2023, until October 6, 2023.
How can the Arlberg Tunnel be bypassed?
Traffic in the Arlberg Tunnel is diverted via the Arlberg Pass during the closure
Alternatively, the tunnel can be bypassed via Germany (Munich > Rosenheim) and Switzerland (Gotthard Tunnel, San Bernardino).
Can the Arlberg Tunnel be avoided?
Yes. The Arlberg Tunnel can be bypassed via the Arlberg Pass. Alternatively, it can also be bypassed via Germany (Munich > Rosenheim) and Switzerland (Gotthard Tunnel, San Bernardino).
Until when is the Arlberg Tunnel closed?
The Arlberg Tunnel is closed until October 6, 2023.
When was the Arlberg Tunnel closed?
The Arlberg Tunnel has been closed since April 24, 2023, until October 6, 2023.
Is the Arlberg Pass open?
No, the Arlberg Tunnel is currently closed for renovation work until October 6, 2023.