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Access Arber/Parking Arber

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Access, Parking Arber

You can reach the Arber in about 1 hour from Passau, in about 1 1/4 hours from Regensburg and in about 2 hours from the north of Munich. The route leads to the Deggendorf highway intersection (A3 Passau-Regensburg/A92 Munich-Deggendorf) and from there, it's about 40 minutes to the Arber. One advantage is that the highways are usually not too jammed. The parking lots are located along the country road, slightly below the ski lifts.

Access via Autobahn A92 Munich-Deggendorf, end of Autobahn Deggendorf B11

Arberbahn (Bayerisch Eisenstein)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 48 km
  • approx. 40 Minutes driving time

Roads: Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, free of charge

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