Parking at Pfänderbahn ground station in Bregenz – where & prices

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If you want to visit mountain Pfänder near Lake Constance in Bregenz, you should definitely consider taking the scenic Pfänderbahn cable car. The valley station is just a quick walk from the shores of the Lake, and you can travel to the top of Pfänder within another few minutes. In a panoramic cable car, not only overlooking the city of Bregenz and its neighbouring towns, but as you climb in height your panoramic view soon reaches both Switzerland and Germany. Definitely, an experience you should enjoy on a bright and clear-skied day! If you are travelling to Bregenz by Car, it’s advised to park at the official Pfänderbahn Car Park. Below you find all the necessary information. In case the weather isn’t too suitable on your day of visit, it is also possible to drive to the top of Pfänder mountain by car, and park at Moosegg car park.

Where to park your car at Pfänderbahn valley station & Prices

When arriving by car, to enjoy your scenic Pfänderbahn cable car ride, you should first of all navigate towards the city centre of Bregenz. Right nearby the valley station of the cable car are a few options available, as seen below. Please note the advantage if you are a Pfänderbahn guest: the first three hours are free of charge if you are using the parking facilities P15 and P6. Keep in mind that you have to present your parking ticket at the cash desk, so you can be credited for three hours. Otherwise, keep in mind the tariffs for the Pfänderbahn car park from April 1st, 2020 onwards.

Parking garage Pfänderbahn P15 – 136 parking spaces available, for vehicles of a maximum height of 2,00 m
Schillerstraße 3, 6900 Bregenz, Austria

Pfänderbahn car park P6 – 60 parking spaces available
Address: Steinbruchgasse 4, 6900 Bregenz, Austria

Prices for both aforementioned parking options are 1,20 € for every started 30 minutes, 2,40 € for every hour. If you are using the Pfänderbahn cable car and return to the valley station after 5:12 hours, the first three are free of charge and you will have to pay 6,00 Euro for the additional 2:12 hours (2,40 + 2,40 + 1,20 €). If you decide to start your hike to the top of Pfänder mountain at 7:45 am, and return by 6:05 pm, you will have to pay 20,40 € (8 full hours plus half an hour).
Otherwise, the day pass for parking is 23,00 €, the weekly pass 115,00 € and the monthly pass 276,00 €.

Parking spaces for the disabled – 5 spaces, 3 suitable for minibuses. You need to have a official allowance letter which must be visible placed on the dashboard of your vehicle, no additional parking ticket required
Address: Ebnergasse 5, 6900 Bregenz, Austria


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One response to “Parking at Pfänderbahn ground station in Bregenz – where & prices”

  1. […] For visits to the historic Upper Town, including the museums of the old town, there are several options for parking in the centre. A recommended underground car park is the one below the Sutterlüty store – especially in summer when the car does not have to be in the blazing sun. The half hour costs € 0.50 here, after a purchase in the supermarket one hour is credited to you. A little closer to the centre is an uncovered parking lot, the Seestadt parking lot, on Seestrasse opposite the train station. For visitors to the floating stage of course, the place next to the parking lot of the Bregenz Festival Hall is recommended. The Vorarlberg power plants even have a charging station for electric cars and vehicles. If this parking lot is already occupied, we recommend a little further, at the stadium, the so-called “Parking Lot West” with an attached bus parking lot for buses in Bregenz. If you want to take the Pfänderbahn cable car, it’s advised to use one of the official Pfänderbahn car parks in Bregenz. […]

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