To avoid any unnecessary stress book your airport transfers from Innsbruck to Galtur with Alps2Alps! If you’re planning a trip to this winter sports paradise, ensure you can actually rely on your airport transfer provider.
Here you will find all the necessary information you need to know to prepare your skiing holidays in the Austrian Alps and some reasons why you can trust Alps2Alps airport transfers.
On average, transfers from Innsbruck to Galtur will take less than 2 hours though this may see significant changes depending on the date and time of your travel. Galtur is one of the most famous ski resorts in the Austrian Alps, it can be very busy and if you are travelling at peak times you can expect to encounter some traffic and waiting. Alps2Alps will always make sure that you have a smooth, pleasant and comfortable transfer.
We highly recommend travelling midweek to cut down on your journey time and guarantee more time on the slopes.
The standard route from Innsbruck to Galtur (109 km) will usually take you via route A12. Drive through Fürstenweg and Kranebitter Allee/B171, take the A12/E533/E60 (Völs). Continue on the A12/E60 to your destination (Gemeinde Pians). From the S16 take the exit to Pians/Paznaun/Ischgl.
Continue on the main Silvretta main road (B188) towards Galtur (Galtür). Always ask the driver about the best possible route.
You don’t have to go right to your ski destination. If you’d like to stop at any stage to go out and stretch your legs a bit, we will happily accommodate this.
There are several supermarkets on your way to Galtur. If you will get hungry on your way to the resort, you can choose some snacks or get a coffee. When it comes to buying food and travel essentials, it happens that products bought on the way to Galtur are cheaper than those found in the resort itself. In Galtur fresh fruit and vegetables can be purchased direct from the producer in the farm shop, as well as meats and home-made baked goods.
Galtur is a cosy town at the end of the beautiful Paznaun valley in Tyrol. You can enjoy a load of great views during your airport transfer. Take your camera, get excited, and start snapping.
It’s important to remember that your journey from Innsbruck to Galtur will take you to a very high altitude. This can present its own potential difficulties.
Innsbruck airport sits at 580m, while Galtur sits at an altitude of 1600m and is the highest ski resort in the region. Passengers can experience some minor discomfort during the trip, such as nausea, headaches and dizziness can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Often young children are those who are feeling unwell.
When you combine this air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be hard for some. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable.
It may not be the best feeling in the world if you are not feeling well, but the staggeringly beautiful alpine scenery of Galtur can be the great medicine for you.
The ski area of Galtur is divided into 6 sections that cater for all abilities: Zwergerlwelt and Adventure Land for children, Action Park for teens and freestylers, the Heroes Kingdom for freeriders, Piste Paradise for alpine skiing and racers and High & Nordic section for ski tours, cross country and snowshoeing. Galtur is a part of Silvretta ski area with 480km of downhill skiing, 145 individual pistes, served by 101 ski lifts. The appropriate ski Lift Pass will allow you to ski in the other Silvretta ski resorts of Ischgl, See, Kappl and Samnaun.
Galtur ski resort is perfect for families, offers almost everything: ski school, fantastic children’s zones and child supervision. In Galtur you can try different ways to enjoy the mountain – you will find here sports activities for every taste and all ages.
Find out more about Galtur ski resort here.
Innsbruck Airport is located just 6 km from Innsbruck city centre and is easily accessible thanks to its central location. Almost all winter ski resorts can be reached within 1h from the airport. During high season, skiers from all over the world flock here in their droves. Make sure you book your ski transfer in advance to avoid any unnecessary waiting.
Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Innsbruck airport will charge you.
If you’re looking for information about your flight to Innsbruck Airport, find it here.
Find out more about Innsbruck Airport here.
At Alps 2 Alps, we aim to offer each and every one of our customers the best value transfers to all resorts in the Alps. We like to take a transparent approach to price structure. A number of factors should be taken into consideration when calculating our quotes. These factors include:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
When we are calculating fares, we start with our standard price and then reduce this based on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach means we only ever decrease our prices – never increase them.
Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.
By travelling midweek you’ll save your precious time in the airport, avoid the crowd, queues for bag drop and security are shorter and roads are quieter. We strongly recommend that you travel in the middle of the week. A midweek transfer can cut your costs by up to 60%.
More discounts are available for travelling off-season and off-peak.
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