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Munich Airport to St. Anton am Arlberg Transfers

Make travelling from Munich to St. Anton a breeze with a ski transfer service that combines reliability and comfort with super low prices. 

Alps2Alps provide a hassle-free, door to door service to give you more time on the slopes. 

Famous for its stunning views, excellent skiing conditions and party atmosphere, St. Anton makes an unforgettable skiing destination. 

Planning a trip to St. Anton ski resort? 

Here’s everything you need to know about your Munich Airport to St. Anton transfer

 

Munich Airport to St. Anton Transfer

The average transfer time from Munich to St. Anton takes around 3 hours 10 minutes. However, transfer times can vary depending on weather conditions and time of travel. 

We recommend making your journey outside of peak season or school holiday periods if you can to avoid the crowds flocking to this popular ski resort. 

A midweek transfer can save up to 60% on travel costs! Travel midweek and enjoy a swift journey for less.  

Here are some tips for effective ski trip planning that’ll guarantee you more time on the slopes

 

Route Details, Issues & Alternatives

The most convenient route takes you through Munich- Wolfratshausen- Germering- Wolfratshausen- Garmisch Partenkirchen- Biberwier- Gemeinde Imst- Landeck to reach St. Anton. 

In the case of bad road congestion, a second option is to take the Munich Airport- Munich centre- Wolfratshausen- Garmisch Partenkirchen- Scharnitz- Zirl- Silz- Brennbichl- Landeck- St. Anton route.

The third possible route would have a 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 at peak season and some delays may be expected.

At the height of the ski season when roads are at their busiest, it may be worth taking a slightly longer route to avoid traffic. 

Our professional and experienced drivers will take all factors into consideration when planning your transfer journey to ensure you spend minimal time on the road. 

 

What to Do En-Route

If at any time you want to pause and stretch your legs, our drivers will happily accommodate. 

Keen to stock up on essentials en-route? There are plenty of supermarkets on the way, often cheaper than the ones you’ll find in the resort village. Pick up anything you missed when packing on the way so you can head straight to the slopes when you arrive. 

The journey to your resort could be a good chance to read up on the local area. A little bit of research will help you make the most of your ski trip. Or alternatively, ask our knowledgeable drivers! 

A good drive is a great way to take in some stunning alpine scenery. Take some snaps, or simply relax and watch the world go by. 

 

Travelling at Altitude

Travelling at high altitudes can really affect how you’re feeling. Although completely safe, high altitude can make some people (especially children) feel unwell. 

As this transfer is taking you to a mountain resort, you’ll experience rising altitude throughout the journey. Munich airport sits at 519 metres, while St. Anton ski resort reaches heights of 1304 metres above sea level! 

This high altitude is great for skiers, but can cause a little discomfort until you get used to it. Symptoms include nausea, dizziness, weakness and headaches. Of course, symptoms vary between individuals. 

Don’t hesitate to ask our friendly drivers if you want to stop or change the temperature in the vehicle to make yourself more comfortable. 

 

St Anton am Arlberg Ski Resort

St. Anton ski resort is nestled in the Tyrolean Alps and is part of the famous Arlberg ski area. Enthusiastic skiers can explore this vast area, with a wide choice of pretty challenging runs. If you’re a confident intermediate, this place is for you.

Beginners don’t need to worry, St. Anton has 88 ski lifts and over 300 km of downhill slopes suitable for all levels. 

Travelling as a family? St. Anton has some excellent ski instructors and a great kindergarten to keep little ones busy while you explore. 

And last but far from least, St. Anton boasts an impressive après ski scene with options to suit both budget travellers and those who are eager for a taste of the high life. There are plenty of bars and top-notch restaurants to choose from for every taste. 

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 gets even busier during ski season!

Easy connections to some top quality ski resorts make Munich International Airport a popular launching point for skiers heading to the mountains. For this reason, we recommend booking your Alps2Alps ski transfer in advance to access the best deals. 

The airport is a 45 minute drive into the city centre. Getting to Munich city centre from the airport by public transport is possible. There’s an express train and a bus stop at terminal 1 and terminal 2. However, for a more comfortable journey, we recommend booking a private transfer to the resort. 

Planning on flying with your own skis? Find out if the airline charges are worth it before you travel. You don’t want any unwanted, costly surprises at the airport! 

You could avoid this issue altogether by opting to leave your skis at our handy ski depot. Drop your skis off with the Alps2Alps ski storage service and we’ll keep them safe for you, ready for your next trip. 

Find out more about Munich Airport here.

 

How Much Will Your Transfer From Munich to St. Anton am Arlberg Cost?

Here at Alps 2 Alps, we’re all about reliability, honesty and effectiveness. It’s our mission to deliver the best service at the lowest price. 

In an effort to remain completely transparent, here are the different factors we take into consideration when calculating your Geneva transfer:

  • Your journey     
  • The number of people travelling    
  • The season, day of the week and time of travel         
  • Any discounts available    

When putting together the final costs for your transfer to St. Anton, we start with the standard fare, then work to reduce this as much as possible based on the factors above. This approach means our prices only ever go down, never up! 

Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.

To get the cheapest deals, we recommend booking your transfer with us in advance.  

 

Booking Midweek Transfers

One of the best ways to save on your ski holiday is to travel midweek. A midweek transfer could cut your costs by up to 60%! It’s also a great way to avoid crowds and traffic!

More discounts are available for travelling off-season and off-peak.

 

Book Your Munich to St. Anton am Arlberg Transfer

Don’t forget to book your Munich Airport to St. Anton transfer in advance to gain access to the best deals. 

Booking your ski transfer with Alps2Alps is simple and hassle-free. The easiest way to book is online but if you prefer, we do take bookings over the phone or by email. 

If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help you.

Head over to our booking page to get a real-time quote within seconds!

Happy skiing!