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Munich Airport to Sölden Transfers

Transfers from Munich to Sölden are available to you this ski season. Treat yourself with comfort and choose to book a transfer. Avoid the hassle and let us take care of your journey from the airport to the resort. Alps2Alps transfers team of professionals are recognized for reliable and safe low-cost transfer services. Here’s everything you’ll want to know about the transfer from Munich to Sölden.

Transfers from Munich to Sölden

Averagely the journey time from Munich to Sölden is 3 hours 10 minutes. We’d like to highlight though that journey time is always affected by road and traffic conditions. As the motorways are usually in good condition and have a regular professional maintenance in this region, there shouldn’t be a problem with the road condition. However, the traffic might affect your journey the most. Austrian ski resorts are frequented by skiing and snowboard enthusiasts from Germany, so when travelling on-peak the traffic in this route tend to get really dense.

We always suggest considering to book your holiday on midweek. A midweek transfer will cut down on your expenses and you’ll be able to guarantee yourself more time on the slopes.

 

Route Details, Issues & Alternatives

The top route option for the journey from Munich Airport to Sölden ski resort would be the route via Munich centre- Wolfrautshausen- Sindelsdorf- Farchant- Garmisch Partenkirchen- Scharnitz- Silz- Sautens- Umhausen- Sölden.

There’s a possible route option that’ll be similar as the first-mentioned one, but will take a different road after Garmisch Partenkirchen and will take you through Biberwier- Gemeinde Imst and follow the same as before mentioned route- Sautens- Umhausen- Sölden.

The third route option is following: Munich Airport- Brunnthal- Irchenberg- Kiefersfelden- Jenbach- Innsbruck- Zirl- Silz- Sautens- Umhausen- Sölden. All three routes have approximately the same journey time and the correct route will be opted depending on the travelling season and the density of the traffic on all the possible routes.

 

What to Do En-Route

En-route activities can vary from all sorts of tastes. If travelling with family or group of friends those could be mind games that’ll cheer you up on the road and get you in that holiday mood. Or maybe...you’d fancy a good read on the way.

Also, there’s an opportunity to make a stop at the supermarket. Get everything that’s missing out. We’re thinking practical and we want you to get the best out of your holiday, so feel free to ask if the stop is necessary and we’ll arrange it.

The stunning views out of the car window won’t let you down and we guarantee that’ll be an excellent distraction from all daily routine. If you love photography then we suggest packing your camera, cause there definitely will be some views worth catching.

 

Journey Altitude

Munich Airport sits at an altitude of 453m above sea level, so the journey will take you through fast rising altitudes to the Sölden ski resort which sits at 1883m above sea level. That means the journey might be hard for some and it’s good to prepare yourself and your group with some basic information.

The altitude sickness can occur when travelling in high altitudes, especially if there’s no past experience with a journey through high altitudes. The most common symptoms that can affect one's well being are: nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness and weakness. Elderly and kids are especially sensitive to high altitudes.

It’d be a good idea to prepare for this occasion by having some refreshments with you that might help in case of nausea and headache. Also, a human body is adapting to change, so those should be just temporary symptoms.

 

Sölden Ski Resort

Sölden ski resort is sitting at an altitude of 1883m and has a terrain suited for everyone, especially interesting and challenging for sure intermediates. It has high mountains, well-groomed slopes, two glaciers and for its perfect location, it’s the most snow-sure resort of all Austrian ski resorts.

The town of Sölden is relatively big and therefore it’s necessary to have quality infrastructure which it has. The infrastructure has been improving over the years and it has modern lifts and a good transportation system.

As for the apres-ski scene, this will be the resort for both – quite and lovely family holiday and for a party-going group of friends. It’s guaranteed you’ll find excellent local food there and there’s a great variety of restaurants to choose from. Last but not least to mention will be the spectacular views you can enjoy while in this resort. You’ll be able to enjoy the amazing views from 3 different viewing platforms.

Find out more about Sölden here!

 

Munich Airport Transfers (MUC)

Don’t forget to book your transfer in advance when travelling to Munich. This airport really is “buzzing” all year long. Not to forget its convenient connections to different ski resorts, it’s popular amongst skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts heading to the main resorts in the area.  

Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Munich airport will charge you.

If you’re looking for information about your flight to Munich Airport, find it here.

Find out more about Munich Airport here.

 

How Much Will Your Transfer From Munich to Sölden Cost?

Our priority is to take the entire journey planning in our hands and be a reliable and safe transfer provider for you. That’s why Alps2Alps team of professionals work and service culture is transparent and professional. When calculating the prices we’re looking at these main factors:

  • The arrival airport

  • The chosen resort

  • Number of travellers

  • Type of the vehicle available

  • The season in which you’re travelling

  • Any discounts applicable

Now, when we’ve introduced you with the main things we’re looking at you can more easily understand the structure of the total costs. However, these might not be the only factors to look at when making the price because each and every booking is unique and may require different journey specifics.

Be sure that Alps2Alps team is always applying the standard rates at the beginning and then looking for a way to reduce the total costs and never the other way around.

 

Midweek Transfers

The midweek transfer will be an excellent choice for you if your taste is less crowded slopes and easy atmosphere.

Those are not the only benefits though. Book wise and combine an off-peak holiday with a midweek airport transfer and save up to 60%.

 

Book Your Munich to Sölden Transfer

Choose a comfortable and reliable transportation – let us handle your transfers! Book now at www.alps2alps.com and be done with your booking just in few minutes. Online booking is fast and stress-free.

However, if there are still some uncertainties we’ll be waiting for your call or e-mail. Do not hesitate to contact us because our customer service team is here to assist you.

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