How to get to the Rosental Valley

Carinthia is Austria’s southernmost province, bordering Italy and Slovenia. The Carnica Region Rosental extends from Rosegg in the west to St. Margareten in the east. Its closeness to Klagenfurt, the vibrant regional capital, and also to the city of Villach, with its Italian atmosphere, makes the Rosental particularly attractive.

By plane Several airlines fly to Klagenfurt.
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By train Intercity trains travel between the two closely-situated railway stations Villach and Klagenfurt and every important European city every 2 hours.
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By car – Coming from the north: via Salzburg and the A10 Tauernautobahn motorway to Villach, then via the A 11 Karawankenautobahn motorway all the way to St. Jakob im Rosental
– Coming from the east: via Vienna and Graz on the A2 Südautobahn all the way to Klagenfurt, and continuing on from there via the B 91 Loiblpass-Straße, via Maria Rain, into the Rosental
– Coming from the south: via Ljubljana and the A11 Karawankenautobahn motorway, or via Udine and the A2 Südautobahn, all the way to Villach, continuing on into the Rosental