Sankt Anton am Arlberg Travel Guide

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Sankt Anton am Arlberg Things to Do

  • Sank't Anton Am Alberg

    the town is one of the many Towns lying along the Central Austrian Alps between the States of Tyrol and Voralberg and the town host a number of ski lifts and ski resorts, together with it's nearby town of Sank't Christof Am Alberg and the Voralberg Towns like Klosterle has many ski resorts in this part of the Alps, The Arlberg is a region that...

  • The Valluga rules

    I could be a snow bore at this pint and witter on about how great the skiing is at St Anton, especially run 37 at the top of the Kappel....sorry.Instead, may I just recommend that at any time of the year the trip up to the top of the Valluga mountain is well worth the trip. You can see for bloody miles.It's three stage affair. First you ascend on...

  • Town of Lech

    A part of the St. Anton ski pass is the area next to the town Lech. If you think St. Anton is a fashionable place you have to go to Lech here you find shops selling Mclaren-mercedes sports cars and people more into drinking champagne then skiing. From St. Anton you can take a regional bus it cost you around 6 euro for a return ticket or you can go...

  • The pedestrian zone

    The most cosy part of St. Anton is situated around the pedestrian zone this part of Dorfstrasse is guarded by R2D2 that has a retirement job here together with a cousin in the other end only letting the locals in by car.

  • Arlberg.Well.Com

    The best health club in the world.Built originallly for the World Championship in St Anton in 2001, it is now open to the public, and it's superb. Three Saunas : 65 deg, 85 deg and 95 deg C (!)Steam Room40 foot whirlpool/jacuzziindoor/outdoor heated swimming poolssolariumsmassageeverythingPlease note, the Austrians do a proper sauna, which is the...

  • Sledging!

    Every Tuesday and Thursday you can rent a Sledge after 7:30 and take a telefrique up the mountain and come sledging's much more fun than it looks and much easier than skiing


Sankt Anton am Arlberg Hotels

  • Skihotel Galzig

    The hotel was brand new (opened a few weeks before we were there) Owned by the Alber Family, which...

  • Himmlhof

    Im Gries 9, St. Anton am Arlberg, 6580, Austria

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Der Waldhof

    Stadleweg 40, St. Anton am Arlberg, 6580, Austria

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

Sankt Anton am Arlberg Restaurants

  • Real Austrian food

    If you like me like to taste the traditional cooking of the country you are visiting you might like visit Fuhrmann - Stube. The prices are modest to the normally very overpriced St. Anton and food is basic Austrian and in good size portions. You can not make a reservation but you may have a beer in the bar and order your food as you drink it.

  • Kandahar

    Kandahar was an indian/thai resterauntcosy setting, with floor seating and eastern designOil lights, red drapes, cushions, etcThe food was VERY spicy (surprising in a european country)I even peaked into the resteraunt...but surprisingly the chef was blondeAt 2 am they remove all the chairs and tables and the place turns into a nightclub Chicken...

  • Dolce Vita

    Real good food, kinda fancygood service Skip the schnitzels (it's an italian resteraunt, schnitzel is an austrian/german meat loaf...better try it somewhere else)I liked the penne arabiattaGood starters too..not bad, but kinda pricey


Sankt Anton am Arlberg Nightlife

  • After ski I

    After skiing is really good in St. Anton we did very soon via. Advise from other tourist in town find that Piccadilly/Postkeller Bar was a good place for it. Every evening there was live music until 20.00 where they close to reopen at 21.30 with a admission of 6 euro. With live music at Piccadilly and discothèque in the Postkeller part. One advice...

  • After ski II

    Just a few hundred meters above the town right at slop 21 and 1 you get the choice between no less the tree after ski spots starting from the top there is the Krazy Kanguruh (slop 21), Kaminstube am Moos and lowest Mooserwirt. Mooserwith is the place with the louder music of the tree. After drinking here you better take good care in your descent...

  • Lunch AND Apres Ski

    One of the two main Apres Ski venues 'on the piste' on the way back to the village. As an Apres Ski venue, it is known throughout Europe. A few years ago it held the accolade of having the highest alcohol related sales in Austria. Non-confirmed reports this year have it pipped as the most alcohol related sales between the hours of 3 to 5pm of...


Sankt Anton am Arlberg Transportation

  • Excellent connections by train

    St Anton benefits from lying on the main railway line that runs through from Vienna into Switzerland. It therefore recieves a steady stream of international trains including the 'eurocity'.A few years back they spent millions moving the line to the other side of the valley, just a few hundred feet - but what a difference it has made to the town....

  • The railway station

    In 2001 St. Anton am Arlberg got a new railway station It is made in a very nice way compared to the relative small community it is places as a part of. Its is to describe it made as a part of mountain wall just opening up to give room for the station in it self where after the rails exit into the mountain tunnels again. For this it has won more...

  • Recommended even for non-skiiers

    I bought a single return, to include the Galzigbahn, and Valluga I and II cable cars. The view from the top of the Valluga II (2811m) was well worth the EUR 22 (EUR 4 as a deposit on your liftcard) I paid. Views are outstanding. The ride is in three stages:1) Galzigbahn (cable car)2) Valluga I (cable car)3) Valluga II (6 man gondola)There are...


Sankt Anton am Arlberg Shopping

  • Buy or rent?

    Ski rental for a week easy runs up in 170 euros you can buy skis for around twice that amount, so if your planning on doing more skiing you might think in advance of buying instead of renting. Tree of my friends did and got a good deal as they did buy together.

  • Souveners

    I spotted two souvener shopsThey have cute stuff for kids, men and women, and homewareThere's also a nice australian guy who owns a tshirt shop with funny slogans on Tshirts about St Anton anywhere between EUR 1- EUR 100

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Sankt Anton am Arlberg Warnings and Dangers

  • Stuben area (Albona I lift)

    I where told by some who have had an apartment in St. Anton for years that the Stuben area should be very good. I did not get this impression myself the first lift (Albona I) did something to it, it was old and I got catapulted of it to a 2-3 meter drop. As a snowboarder this is not nice as you legs might get injuries and I did get a twist in my...

  • Medical insurance

    Remember to have a good medical insurance as the off-piste skiing here is some of the best in the world (if we just would have been so lucky that there would had been some more snow when we there!!) If you need to be rescued during your skiing there is a cool service, but I am sure also very pricy (if the insurance do not cover it) opportunity to...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Sankt Anton am Arlberg Tourist Traps

  • Taxi trap

    If you end up staying a bit out side the centre of the city there runs ski busses this is very cool as they are free! (part of the lifts card) But they only runs until 18.30 after this there is a night bus that runs ones every full hour from St. Anton at a price of 4 euros if your not to that the taxi ride will cost you 12 euros before 20.00 and 18...

  • Last minute hotel booking

    As I mentioned somewhere else in these travel pages, we stayed at the same hotel as some other people who paid half what we're paying...Mainly cuz we did a last minute booking and didn't ask around much Check with your local tour operators on packages and deals..One of the instructures was telling us that some people pay some EUR 800 for a ten day...

  • Sales

    As one wise sales man was telling me; everyone's happy and skiing so they don't care about money..Everything will be on "Sale" Apart from a couple of souvenours, nothing's all thaaaat special, unless you really want it.Bottom line: you are there to have Fun, if its in spending on stuff you'll find everywhere else- enjoy! but I highly recommend...


Sankt Anton am Arlberg What to Pack

  • Sunny delight - bring your sunglasses

    Sunglasses are well recommended if you intend to go up the mountains - the sun on the snow can dazzle you a lot and slowblindness can occur. Sturdy shoes, preferably water and snowproof are adviseable. No real things you should bring - the pharmacies usually have at least one open during the night. If you go out drinking though, a really supply...

  • Skiing Gear

    You need to buy a special jacket and pants for skiing. Alot of them come with several pockets to keep you money and ski pass in.You also need special knee-high socks. These should all be available in sport shops, but you can also find them in Austria when you arrive.Snow boots are also useful, to avoid sinking :-)UPDATE: everything I bought from...

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Sankt Anton am Arlberg Sports & Outdoors

  • Jannewein in Nasserein

    Jannewein serves the skiiers in different ways. They rent and sell equipments for you and they rent lockers also. I found the lockers very handy as I could leave my extra bag in there for a day and I also left my shoes in their storage.

  • Are you a beginner?

    Whatever anyone tells you, if you are a beginner skip your group and take some 5 days skiing lessons (or snowboarding)Lessons are fun, teachers are young and energetic, and you'll meet new people in your lesson sessions Rent the ski pole, ski boot and ski's..around 165 EUR for 6 daysDon't bother with buying anything else they'll try to make you...

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Sankt Anton am Arlberg Favorites

  • Central Austrian Alps (Klostertal -...

    The Austrian Alps is also called the Central Alps and in the Western Part of Austria, the famous Sections are the Klostertal - Arlberg - Inn areas, between the States of Voralberg and Tyrol. The area host more than 100 ski resorts and lifts in between the towns in both states lying above the famous Alberg tunnel and is a major tourist destination...

  • Ski slopes map is important

    St Anton offers plenty of slopes in different "colors". Even if you are a beginner or an expert you will find slopes that you will enjoy. What will make a skiing day even better is to carry with you a map of slopes. Maybe this advise is an "evident" for you but beginners like myself it wasn't. A map helps you to plan your day and the slopes you...

  • Take your ski pass back...

    Skipasses now come in the form of a magnetic strip card, which carries a EUR 4 deposit. When you have finished with your pass, return it and you will receive your deposit back. That way you have enough for a final beer in St Anton. As a non-skier taking the Vallugabahn up to 2811m and enjoying the view was great - it was so quiet up there, the...


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