The Walser bus and our guest card
Walser bus & Allgäu Walser Card
Just leave the car at the hotel? No problem with the Walserbus! Use it for free during your holiday in the Kleinwalsertal - the guest card makes it possible! Get to know further advantages of the Allgäu-Walser-Card and get useful information about your stay in the Austrian destination in Vorarlberg.
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TAKING DOGS ON THE WALSER BUS
According to the Austrian motor vehicle transport conditions, dogs are allowed to travel on public transport under certain conditions. Basically, all small and large dogs must wear a muzzle and a leash! This provision also applies to the route through Germany, Line 1.
There are exceptions:
- For dogs that are transported in a closed container (attention: transport in an open handbag is not allowed!)
- For partner dogs for people with disabilities (guide, guide and assistance dogs)
There is currently no charge for transporting dogs on the Walserbus lines.
Muzzles in various sizes can be purchased from the Council office in Riezlern (Bürgerservice) and from the tourist office in Hirschegg.
3G OBLIGATION ON THE WALSERBUS ON THE GERMAN SIDE - IMPORTANT FOR JOURNEYS ACROSS THE BORDER
In Germany there is a 3G obligation for passengers in public transport. This also affects journeys with the Walserbus from Walserschanz to Oberstdorf. Exceptions exist for underage children under 6 years and pupils who are tested regularly during school hours. During the vacations, pupils over 6 years of age must also be able to show 3G proof. Within Kleinwalsertal there is still no 3G obligation on the bus.