Transfers from Milano Linate Airport to Zermatt-Tasch – save yourself time and remove the hassle by arranging your friendly airport transfer with Alps2Alps.
In this guide, you will find all necessary information about your journey from plane to the ski resort, and some important facts why you can trust Alps2Alps to deliver a reliable & safe airport transfer service.
On average, airport transfers from Milano Linate Airport to Zermatt-Tasch will take around 4 hours depending on traffic, weather and road conditions. Zermatt is the favourite place to ski by many skiers who come from all over the world. If your travel is at peak times, you can expect to encounter some waiting and queries.
At Alps2Alps we will always ensure that you have a smooth and comfortable transfer. We highly recommend travelling midweek to cut down on your journey time and have more time on the slopes.
The standard route from Milano Linate Airport to Zermatt-Tasch (244km) will usually take you via route E62. Take Aeroporto di Milano Linate to Viale Enrico Forlanini/SP14. Continue on Viale Enrico Forlanini/SP14. Take A51 (Milano). Move on A4/E64, A8 and E62 towards SS33 (Mergozzo). Continue to your destination (Ried-Brig, Svizra). Keep moving on to A9. Head for Eyholztunnel towards Talstrasse (Visperterminen). Keep moving on Talstrasse. Move on Kantonsstrasse, Talstrasse, Kantonstrasse, Talstrasse and Breitmatten towards Neue Kantonsstrasse (Täsch). Sometimes this route may be closed in case of heavy snow.
An alternative route will take you via route A2 (271 km). Through Viale Enrico Forlanini/SP14 move to A51 (Milano). On A52, SP35, A9, and A2 move towards Road № 2 (Rivera, Svizra). From A2 turn to exit 48. Move on Monte Ceneri, Cadepezzo and Str. Cantonale towards A13 (Locarno). On A13 move in the direction of Via Locarno(Ascona). Turn to exit с A13. Through Via Cantonale and SS337 move to SS33 (Masera, Italia). Continue on SS33. Move to Road № 9 in the direction of Talstrasse (Visperterminen, Svizra). Continue on Talstrasse and move towards Neue Kantonsstrasse (Täsch).
Always ask the driver about the best possible way to get to the resort. If there is bad weather or snow, you should plan extra time for your transfer.
Ask your driver for a shortstop (up to 10 minutes) - if you wish to stop at any stage of the transfer to stretch your legs or breathe fresh air, we will happily accommodate this.
There are some supermarkets en-route to Zermatt-Tasch. Sometimes products bought on the way to ski resort can be much cheaper comparing to those found in the resort stores. Bear in mind, that all shop visits should be pre-booked with Customer Support prior to your arrival.
You can enjoy the spectacular landscape during your airport transfer. Make sure you have your camera ready!
It’s important to know that your journey from Milano Linate Airport to Zermatt-Tasch will take you to a very high altitude. This presents its own potential complications.
Milano Linate Airport sits at around 100m, while Zermatt-Tasch lies at an elevation of 1,560m. This journey can present some passengers with mild discomfort. Such symptoms as nausea, headaches and dizziness can be the result of the change in air pressure. Young children are at the 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.
It’s not the best feeling in the world when you are not feeling well, but beautiful views can work as perfect medicine for you.
In the 19th century, Tasch was a small mountain farming village, it developed to a tourist destination when it was connected to Zermatt slopes in 1891.Tasch is the last place in the Matter before Zermatt. Zermatt ski resort is a car-free area, you have to leave your car in Tasch.
There is a 20 km cross country ski track in Tasch. The resort has direct access to 1 individual piste, served by 1 ski lift (although above average off-slope facilities). The skiing in Tasch is at relatively low altitude, so snow cover can be variable. For snowboarding, there is Fun Park and halfpipe available.
But don’t forget, that Tasch is conveniently located to Zermatt ski area. Skiing in Zermatt is split up into four areas - Sunnegga, Gornergrat, Klein Matterhorn and Schwarzsee. The skiing area stretches from 1,620 to 3,882m. It has direct access to 394 km of downhill skiing, 9km of cross country pistes, 59 individual pistes served by 40 ski lifts.
Zermatt ski resort has plenty on offer for skiers and snowboarders with different levels. The gentlest slopes are found on the Gornergrat slopes, whilst intermediates and experts will find something to entertain them on Sunnegga, especially the long Triftji black run. There is the Gravity Park for snowboarders, which has an incredible 200 m super-pipe, large and small kickers, big rails, a wall ride, curved twin rails, kicked box, double kicked rainbow and s rail, c rail and straight rails.
Milan Linate Airport is the third largest international airport in the area of Northern Italy. Every year, it counts more than 9 million passengers. During peak ski season, we advise you to pre-book your airport transfer to avoid any unnecessary stress.
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At Alps2Alps, we aim to offer the best value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We always carefully calculate all resort transfer services individually, to ensure that our customers never overpay. We tend to take a transparent approach to our pricing structure. Transfer costs are calculated in accordance with the following factors:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
All of the above mentioned will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Zermatt-Tasch.
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 and avoid the crowds, 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 an impressive 60%! More discounts are available for the travelling off-season and off-peak. during the off-peak season can mean cheaper flights, cheaper hotels.
If skiing is your thing, then you know that proper storage plays a key role in keeping your ski and snowboard equipment in good condition for the next season. Our Ski & snowboard equipment storage makes it easy and convenient for you. You can just leave here your ski or snowboard after your ski holidays. But that is not only ski storage; other services are also offered here, such as – repair, edge tuning, wax etc. You just give your ski or snowboard to the transfer driver and will receive them back on your next trip to the Alps, in any airport wherever Alps2Alps operates.
Book your airport transfer to Zermatt-Tasch through our website, 24/7. All you need to do is to complete our online booking form. You can also contact us via e-mail or phone.
Booking online takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.