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Munich Airport to St. Anton am Arlberg Transfers

Transfers from Munich to St. Anton will be a pleasure for you and your travel companions if choosing transfer services that combine reliability, comfort and reasonable costs.  Alps2Alps transfers will give you all of that and more this ski season. Find out everything you need to know about the journey from Munich Airport to St. Anton am Arlberg ski resort.


Transfers from Munich to St. Anton am Arlberg

Your transfer from Munich Airport to St. Anton shall take around 3 hours 10 minutes when choosing the most convenient route for the trip. However, this journey time shouldn’t be taken for granted because there is a possibility of slight delays depending the season you’re travelling in. If you’re choosing to travel around festive days, on children holiday, half term or your transfer is booked on the weekend there’s a bigger possibility to experience denser traffic on your way to the resort.

We suggest choosing a midweek transfer. Travel midweek and enjoy more time on the slopes. Here are some tips for effective ski trip planning that’ll guarantee you more time on the slopes.


Route Details, Issues & Alternatives

The top option for this journey would be the following route: Munich- Wolfratshausen- Germering- Wolfratshausen- Garmisch Partenkirchen- Biberwier- Gemeinde Imst- Landeck- St. Anton. This route is mostly straight-forward, therefore it’s most convenient and suggested.

The second option, in case of congestions in some road sections of the first route, would be following: Munich Airport- Munich centre- Wolfratshausen- Garmisch Partenkirchen- Scharnitz- Zirl- Silz- Brennbichl- Landeck- St. Anton.

The third possible route would have similar journey time as the second (3 hours 20 minutes) but this route would bring you through Munich Airport- Feldkirchen- Hohenbrunn- Brunnthal- Irschenberg- Brannenburg- Kiefersfelden- Kufstein- Jenbach- Innsbruck- Telfs- Silz- Brennbichl- Landeck- St. Anton. There might be roadworks around Kiefersfelden in this season and some delays may be expected.

There is a possibility to take the route- Munich Airport - Memmingen - Weisenberg - Feldkirch - Bludenz - St. Anton. This route is said to be more time consuming for this journey, however as the journey would mostly take the motorway, this option might be a good choice in the busiest seasons.


What to Do En-Route

Enjoy the comfort of your transfer and choose your preferred en-route activities. We suggest using the journey time to find out more about the resort where you’re headed. Take out the tour guide and dig into the essentials of your chosen ski resort if going there for the first time.

There’s a possibility to make a stop at the supermarket as there are plenty of options on the way. Get everything that’s missing out on the way and avoid inconveniences at the resort.

At last, there’s an opportunity to get rid of all the day to day routine worries and tasks that probably are still wandering around your mind. Look at the beautiful views outside the window, get amazed by the beauty of nature and start the best vacation of the season.


Journey Altitude

It’s often experienced that human body can react unpleasantly when travelling through high altitudes. As this transfer is taking you to the mountain resort, you’ll experience rising altitude throughout the journey.

Depending on the physical condition of each individual, there might be some altitude sickness symptoms experienced on your journey. The main symptoms usually are: nausea, headache, dizziness and weakness. Of course, those are different depending on each individual.

We suggest you have some refreshments with you in the salon. That might help to reduce the symptoms if experiencing the altitude sickness. Also feel free to ask our driver to help you to adjust salon temperature, seat position or to make a stop to stretch your legs and regain energy for the journey.


St Anton am Arlberg Ski Resort

Lying at an altitude of 1304m, St Anton ski resort is located in Tyrolean Alps will charm you with its rural Tyrolean style. Being a part of the famous Arlberg ski resort area it offers to get the right ski-pass and explore all the area and as for itself, it offers a vast choice of pretty challenging runs. If you’re a confident intermediate, this place is for you.

St. Anton has 88 ski lifts and over 300 km of downhill slopes where you’ll find appropriate runs for all sorts of levels. If coming with family you’ll find excellent instructors and a kindergarten for kids if necessary.

Apres-ski scene is full of good options and will suit both budget travellers and well-off vacationers. There are plenty of bars and excellent restaurants to choose from for every taste. St. Anton is really focused on the development and is keeping up with improving the resorts infrastructure, accommodation and après-ski offers.

Find out more about St. Anton am Arlberg here!


Munich Airport Transfers (MUC)

Munich Airport is the second largest airport in Germany, therefore it’s busy all year long and even more on the ski season as it’s a known fact that it has great connections to many ski resorts in the Alps. Be wise and book your Alps2Alps transfer in advance to be able to enjoy the best deals we’re able to get you.

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 St. Anton am Arlberg Cost?

When choosing Alps2Alps transfers, be sure we’ll do a reliable and transparent price calculation for you and your group. Our priority is to give you the best service for the best prices. There are always certain basic factors that are making the total costs and those are:

  • The arrival airport

  • The chosen resort

  • Number of travellers

  • Type of the vehicle available

  • The season in which you’re travelling

  • Any discounts applicable

It’s good to take in mind that depending on each individual booking these factors can vary and there might be some additional things to look at when calculating your price.

We’re always calculating the standard costs at the beginning and then looking for opportunities to reduce the total costs by applying discounts where possible. That could be affected by the chosen travelling season, time and time of the booking.


Midweek Transfers

We will be able to give you better a deal if you book your transfer on midweek. Midweek transfer means less traffic, better availability and therefore better price for your transfer.

Now put it together with a vacation on the off-peak season and imagine your expenses cutting down to 60%.


Book Your Munich to St. Anton am Arlberg Transfer

Alps2Alps team of professionals is ready to help you at all times. If you still have some questions before you book, please contact us via e-mail or phone.

If everything’s clear, book right away using our online booking option at our web page and see how fast and easy it is!

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