Airport transfers from Munich airport to Alta Badia – book your airport transfer with the professional, friendly and reliable service of Alps2Alps.
Below you will find all you need to know about your trip to Alta Badia and some facts why our clients choose Alps2Alps to be their airport transfer provider.
On average, a transfer from Munich to Alta Badia will take around 4 hours, depending on the date, time of the day, weather and traffic conditions. The Alta Badia ski resort is known throughout the world, it can be very busy. If you are travelling at peak times you can expect to encounter some queues and waiting. At Alps2Alps we will always ensure that you are comfortable for the duration of your airport transfer.
We highly recommend travelling midweek to cut down on your journey time and maximise your time on the slopes.
The direct route from Munich airport to Alta Badia (320 km) will usually take you via route A12. Through B301, B388, B471 and Östliche Umgehungsstraße move towards A99 (Kirchheim bei München). At forks in the road keep to the right, continue on E45/E52 and follow the signs at Salzburg/Innsbruck/Österreich/Italien/A8. On the A8, A93, A12, A13 and E45 head towards Pustertaler Staatsstraße/Strada Statale 49 della Pusteria/E66 (Varna, Italia). From Ð45 take the exit to Bressanone-Val Pusteria-Brixen-Pustertal. Head on E66 towards SS244 (Stern).
Our daily itinerary and route choice may vary based on real-time conditions on the mountain. Always ask the driver about the best possible way to get to the resort.
If you want to stop at any stage of the airport transfer to get up and walk around or get a few minutes in the fresh air, we will happily accommodate this. This will help you stay comfortable during the long-distance driving.
There are many supermarkets en-route to Alta Badia. If you are feeling hungry on your way to the ski resort, you are welcome to choose a few snacks for the journey. You may find that products bought on the way are cheaper than those found in the resort itself. Maybe that is worth to get your travel essentials before your arrival to your destination. Please, bear in mind, that all shop visits should be pre-booked with Customer Support prior your arrival.
Alta Badia is nestled in the heart of the world heritage Dolomites Mountains, you can enjoy spectacular views during your trip. Take your camera out and start snapping!
When travelling at very high altitudes, it’s important to understand that this can present some passengers with mild discomfort.
Munich airport sits at 448m, while Alta Badia ski resort sits at an altitude of 1324m. Nausea, headaches and dizziness can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Young children are at risk to feel especially unwell.
When you combine such air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be difficult for some people. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable. We recommend keeping a source of peppermint scent nearby.
Alta Badia is surrounded by the unique scenery of the Dolomites Mountains, which can be the perfect medicine for you if you will feel unwell.
Alta Badia is located in south-east South Tyrol, in the Italian Alps. Comprising together six villages, which are lift linked, Alta Badia is a key part of the Sella Ronda circuit. Due to its unique landscape, the resort offers perfectly prepared slopes to suit every skill level. Alta Badia is famous for its Gran Risa slope, where races of the Alpine Ski World Cup take place every year. Alta Badia includes several ski schools as well as four ski kindergartens. For snowboarders, there is a snow park and the “Free Ride Cross La Crus” featuring steep turns, drops, waves and jumps.
Alta Badia is part of the Dolomiti Superski area with access to 978km of downhill skiing, with 668 individual pistes. The appropriate ski pass will allow you to ski and snowboard in other Dolomiti Superski ski resorts of Alta Pusteria, Arabba, Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, Civetta, Bruneck-Kronplatz, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Corvara, Predazzo, San Martino di Castrozza, Marmolada, Obereggen, Val Gardena, San Vito di Cadore, Val di Fassa, Val di Fiemme and Valle Isarco.
Munich airport is a major international airport near Munich, the capital of Bavaria. The airport is also called Franz Josef Strauss airport, it was named that in memory of the former Bavarian Prime minister. It is one of the busiest airports in Europe. We strongly advise that you pre-book an airport transfer from your airport to avoid any unnecessary stress and waiting.
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If you’re looking for information about your flight to Munich Airport, find it here.
At Alps2Alps, we tend to offer the best value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We tend to take a transparent approach to our pricing structure. We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our quotes. These important factors 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.
By travelling in the middle of the week you'll spend less time stuck in traffic, avoid the crowds and will have more time on the slopes. We strongly recommend you travelling midweek. A midweek transfer also means lower prices; this can save you up to 60%. More discounts are available for the travelling off-season and off-peak.
Proper ski and snowboard storage play a key role in keeping your equipment in good condition for the next season. Alps2Alps Ski Depot service makes it simple and convenient for you! It’s now possible to leave here your skies or snowboard after your ski holidays. That is not only ski storage; other ski services are also available, such as – repair, edge tuning, wax etc. That is very easy – you will 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.
Get a quote and book your airport transfer now! All you need to do is to complete our online booking form. You can also contact us via e-mail or telephone.
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