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Information about Covid and travel

Answers to questions concerning the current Covid-Sotiaton in the Chiemgau-Area can be found here

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Couple getting on the bus of the Ruhpolding village line
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Arrival and mobility

By train through the Chiemgau-Area

The train ensures environmentally friendly arrival in the Chiemgau-Area and guarantees good mobility within the region. The local trains of the Southeast Bavarian Railway and the Bavarian Regiobahn reliably cover the main traffic arteries of the Chiemgau-Area.

IC and ICE stops are in Prien and Traunstein. Stops for DB and BRB trains are Übersee, Bergen and Traunstein. Other lines of the Südwestbayernbahn go to Waging am See and Ruhpolding. The LEO local train between Bad Endorf and Obing is a highlight for nostalgics.

For optimal planning and mobility with public transport, we recommend using the Wohin-Du-Willst-App.

Arriving by car: Via the A8 Munich-Salzburg motorway, exits Bernau, Übersee, Grabenstätt, Bergen, Siegsdorf Ost, Siegsdorf West Arriving by plane: Salzburg Airport is 40 kilometers from Traunstein, Munich Airport around 100 kilometers. Approximately two hours should be planned for the route from Munich Airport (S8 to Munich-Ost, change there to the BRB or DB). In Salzburg we recommend a rental car.

Traveling by bus in the Chiemgau

The following bus routes are free with the Bayernticket:

  • Line 9505 from Prien via Grassau and Marquartstein to Reit im Winkl
  • Line 9526 from Traunstein via Siegsdorf to Inzell

Chiemgau day ticket

The Chiemgau day ticket is valid on many RVO lines and other transport companies. It is valid for one day from 8 a.m. until the end of operations on the buses in the Traunstein district. Also on the trains of the Südwestbayernbahn (SOB). The ticket is available directly from the bus driver.

Timetables and prices are available on the Deutsche Bahn Oberbayernbus website.

Chiemsee ring line

The Chiemsee ring line is the first local public transport line to circle the Chiemsee directly. It opens up numerous possibilities for combined hiking and cycling tours and is on the road seven days a week from Pentecost to the beginning of October.

The timetable can be downloaded here.

Route scheme: A bus departsfrom Prien three times a day and travels in the direction of Übersee - Chieming - Gstadt around the lake. A bus starts twice a day from Chieming and drives in the direction of Übersee - Prien - Gstadt around the lake.

Connection to bus and train:

  • Priental line RVO 9502 with bike rack
  • Achental line RVO 9505 with bike carrier + RVO 9509
  • Connection to the train stations Bad Endorf - Prien - Bernau - Übersee - Traunstein
  • Chiemgau-Bahn Prien - Aschau DB 952 (free bicycle transport)

BahnCard: Recognition with 25% discount, Bayern tickets are also sold on the bus.

route maps

Hike to the Piesenhausener Hochalm
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Hiking

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Two mountain bikers on the Röthelmoosalm
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Rad- und Mountainbiketouren

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