By booking an airport transfer from Innsbruck to Solden with Alps2Alps, you can save yourself time and hassle. If you’re planning holidays in this Austrian Alps ski destination, ensure you can actually rely on your airport transfer provider.
Below you will find everything you need to know about your journey to the ski destination of your dreams, and some important facts why you can trust Alps2Alps to deliver a reliable & friendly airport transfer service.
Innsbruck Airport is the closest and most convenient for Solden, which is only an hour away in good conditions. Solden is a popular ski destination, if travelling at peak times, you can expect to encounter some traffic and waiting. At Alps2Alps we will always do whatever possible to ensure that you are comfortable for the duration of your 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 Solden (83,4 km) will usually take you via routes A12 and B186. Head West on Fürstenweg in the direction of the Kranebitter Allee/B171. At the roundabout take the 5th exit. Turn right towards Fürstenweg. Turn left onto Fischerhäuslweg. Head for A12 / E60 towards B186 (Sölden). Always ask the driver about the best possible route.
You don’t have to go right to your ski resort. If you wish to stop at any stage of the trip to stretch your legs or breathe a fresh air, we will happily accommodate this.
There are some supermarkets en-route to Solden. You might get hungry on the journey; there you can find some snacks, food and other essentials. Sometimes products bought on the way to ski resort can be much cheaper comparing to those found in the resort stores.
Solden is located in the beautiful Ötztal valley. You can enjoy fantastic views of the mountains and valley below during the airport transfer. Make sure you have your camera ready!
It’s important to understand that your journey from Innsbruck to Solden will take you to a very high altitude. This may present its own potential complications.
Innsbruck airport sits at 580m, while Solden sits at an altitude of 1377m. This journey can present passengers with some mild discomfort. Such symptoms as nausea, headaches and dizziness can be the result of the change in air pressure. Young children are the next most at-risk group.
When you combine this air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be difficult for some. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable.
You can enjoy the beautiful Austrian scenery during the trip to Solden, which can be the perfect medicine for you.
Solden is one of Austria’s top ski resorts. Solden is the only ski resort which nestles between three mountains over 3000m in altitude, known as the "Big 3", which can be reached via ultra-modern cable car systems. From the highest point in the resort, the Schwarze Schneider (3,340m), there is a wide 15km descent all the way back down to the bottom of the resort.
Your ski pass will give you access to 142 km of skiing spread over 40 pistes and accessed via 33 chairlifts. Solden's slopes are directly connected to great glacier skiing via a number of ski lifts and gondolas called Golden Gate to the Glacier. Solden is also famous for its events – every October the resort welcomes the world's best skiers to the Ötztal Valley for the opening event of the FIS Ski World Cup.
Find out more about Solden ski resort here.
Innsbruck Airport is located just 6 km from Innsbruck city centre and is easily accessible thanks to its central location. During peak season, skiers from all four corners of 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 Alps2Alps, our main goal is to offer the amazing value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We like to take a transparent approach to pricing structure. We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our prices. These include:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
When 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.
If you want to lower your costs, avoid the crowds and spend less time stuck in traffic, we recommend you to travel in the middle of the week. You would be surprised - 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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