If you are looking for the best transfers from Munich to Bad Gastein, pay your attention to Alps2Alps ski transfer company.
We do everything to ensure your transfer is not a problem for you, even if you are planning this trip at the most peak of ski season and waiting for it heavyweight.
You can actually rely on our transfer company – make it certain. Below you will find everything you need to know about your trip from plane to powder, and other practical and very useful information about Alps2Alps transfers.
Around 3 hours will take your transfer from Munich to Bad Gastein. Remember that unfavourable weather conditions, as well as road traffic, can longer this transfer time. Planning your trip to one of the popular ski resorts in the Austrian Alps, you, probably, encounter some unnecessary waiting on the way to this resort, some traffic jams. But it will be not too weary: Alps2Alps always guarding your comfort and peace of mind on all duration of the journey.
We highly recommend you to plan your trip to the Alps at some working day in the middle of the week, because at that time you can easily get to the point of destination without any long waiting on road and guarantee more time on the slopes.
Standard route from Munich to Bad Gastein passes from Munich Airport on the south and then it goes on east through German Irschenberg Commune and Frasdorf. The route goes alongshore Chiemsee lake, through Siegsdorf Commune.
After that this route crosses the German-Austrian border in the vicinity of Salzburg. Continue this road straight on the south, then turn left onto Gasteiner Bundesstraße, and soon you will reach the ski resort.
There is an alternative route which also can be used.
It goes from Munich like the first way from the beginning. But then it passes to south-east through Brannenburg Commune, and you must turn to Tiroler Str. (crossing German-Austrian border). After, your way will pass lengthwise Hefferthorn - Fellhorn - Sonnenberg National park, then across Zell am See Commune, then you have to turn right onto Gasteiner Bundesstraße and pass around 20 km till Bad Gastein ski resort.
Choose the preferable way according to weather conditions/snow forecast and the current situation on the road.
Going travelling with us, remember that it's not obligatorily to go from the airport directly to the ski resort. Relax and ask your driver to make a stop when needed, even just for stretching your legs.
Besides, there will be plenty of supermarkets en-route from Munich to Bad Gastein. You could pick up some ski holiday essentials and some snacks for the journey before we get there. And you may find out that some products bought on the way are cheaper than at the ski resort itself.
In addition to all match, ski essentials don’t forget to take the main thing with you – joyful and sunny mood. Make your vacation the most memorable one from the very beginning!
During our route you, sure, will be watching magnificent mountain landscapes and, besides, you may find some historical sights on the route. All you need is to take out your camera and start photo shooting!
As our trip will pass across the mountains, some people can feel such diseases as headache, nausea and somnolence during the way. It may be symptoms of the change in air pressure.
Bad Gastein ski resort is situated at 1000m above sea level – not so high. Anyway, if you start feeling unwell, always ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable, or just to make a pause on the route to come out from the car and breathe some Alpine energy – pure mountain air.
Bad Gastein is a famous Austrian resort, located 100 km from Salzburg. Lying at an altitude of 1,002 m above sea level, this resort is known all over the world for its healing hot springs.
And when it snows, Bad Gastein becomes one of the favourite holiday destinations for all fans of mountain skiing and snowboarding.
The most non-Austrian of all the ski resorts in Austria, Bad Gastein was named "Alpine Monte Carlo."
At high season you can see a lot of ski travellers and snowboarders starting their way to alpine resorts from there. That’s why it will not be an excess thing to book your ski transfer ahead of time, and don’t spend much time here in long waiting.
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In Alps2Alps we purpose to provide our customers with the best price transfers to all popular destination in the Alps. In our calculations we use transparent and the most fairly approach. It means we consider all the factors, which may reduce your transfer price. Among these factors are:
The number of people in your group
Day/date of your travel
All current shares/special offers
When we calculate our quotes, we usually start from our standard rate and then lower it based on the list of factors you read above. This approach allows us not to give too high our prices.
Formation of the transfer price also depends on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and some additional costs (like tolls and parking charges).
From the very beginning of such wanted long-awaited ski holiday, you, sure, don’t want to waste your time sticking up in traffic jams on the route. That’s why we advise you go travelling in midweek days. Moreover, a midweek transfer has one more, but not small, plus: it will let you save by up to 60% of your costs.
More discounts are available for skiers off-season and off-peak days.
Order your ski transfer right now. This process is very easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes. Just fill out the online request form, send us the email or give a phone call – as you want.
We will confirm your booking immediately. If you can’t find some information or ski resort you are looking for on our web page, don’t get upset. Please contact us, our team will do everything possible to assist you in your request.