If you are looking for the best transfer offers from Zurich to Garmisch, you should pay your attention to Alps2Alps ski transfer company.
We are one of the best ski transfer providers in the Alps, and we do everything to ensure your trip to the chosen resort would be a very pleasant and comfortable one.
Our clients can actually rely on Alps2Alps – you could do it also. Below you will find everything you need to know about your trip from plane to powder, and some more practical information about our Alpine transfers.
Transfer from Zurich to Garmisch will last approximate 4 hors. It will be quite long journey, moreover, remember that bad weather conditions as well as the road traffic can longer this transfer time. At the busiest seasons you, probably, will encounter some unnecessary waiting on the way to Garmisch. But it will be not too weary: Alps2Alps is always guarding your comfort and peace of mind on all duration of the journey.
Anyway, we highly recommend you to go travelling to the Alps in the middle of the week, because at this time you can get to the point of destination without any long waiting on road and guarantee yourself more time on the slopes.
The route from Zurich to Garmisch will take you around 4 hours 20 minutes. From the airport you should drive on the east, following the road signs to St. Gallen/Schaffhause. Pass across Winterthour, continue your way, leaving aside Rickenbach commune. Then, drive through St.Gallen till Bodensee Lake. After, you have to pass Swiss-Austrian border and continue going across Bodensee Lake, still to the east. Pass Austrian Bregenz, continue driving to B12 in the direction to München/Kempten/Isny. Ride through the territory of Germany, passing through Hopferau, and, then, again going through Austrian Reutte, Bichlbach, Obergarten. Turn left to Bahnhof Umgebung/Ehrwalder Str./B187 and continue your way until you reach Garmisch.
Another option from Zurich to Garmisch will present the same route like the previous one from the beginning. But then, after passing Swiss Sankt Margethern and Swiss-Austrian border, continue your way on south, following the road signs to Innsbruck/Feldkirch/Bregenz/Dornbirn. Pass Feldkirch, drive on east, through Innerbraz, Sankt Anton am Arlberg in the direction to Mieminger Str./B189. Continue your way by Fernpassstraße/B179, then turn to Ehrwalder Str./Gries/B187until you reach Garmisch.
Choose the most preferable way according to weather conditions/snow forecast. Besides, you should always take into account such factor as the road situation happening at that moment.
Going travelling with us, get to know that is not strongly obligatorily to go from the airport directly to the ski resort. Feel free to ask your driver to make a stop when needed, even just for stretching your legs.
You can also make a stop in the supermarket to buy something necessary. You will see there will be a plenty of supermarkets en-route from Zurich to Garmisch, where you could pick up some ski holiday essentials. You may find out that some products bought on the way are cheaper than at the ski resort itself.
Please don’t forget to take the main thing with you in the trip: joyful and sunny mood! You can make your Alpine ski holiday the most memorable one from the very beginning.
During our route you will see a lot of magnificent mountain landscapes and, besides, you may find some historical sights on the way. All you need is to take out your camera and start photo shooting!
As our trip will pass across the mountains, some people may start feeling unwell during the route. If you notice some headache, nausea and somnolence, it may be the symptoms of the air pressure changes.
Garmisch ski resort is situated at 940m above sea level – not so high. But still, if you start feeling sick, always ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable. Maybe you need to buy some refreshments at the supermarket or just breathe some fresh alpine air? That’s alright, we will make a pause on the route when needed.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a classic alpine ski resort at the foot of Germany's highest mountain Zugspitze (2962m). The town is located near the Bavarian capital - Munich - and the main city of the Austrian Tyrol - Innsbruck. Spending holidays there will be interesting not only for the fans of skiing, but also for the travellers interested in the history of old Europe. Garmisch-Partenkirchen is also famous for its health-improving programs and a lot of routes for hiking.
Find out about Garmisch Ski resort by this link.
Zurich Airport is one of the busiest airports in Central Europe.
During the high season a lot of ski travellers start their way to alpine resorts from there.
Sure, you would not like to waste such precious time of your Alpine holidays here. So, it will not be an excess thing to book your ski transfer ahead of time to avoid this disappointing situation.
If you are flying with your own skis, you can find out how much the airlines flying into Zurich airport will charge you.
If you’re looking for the information about your flight to Zurich Airport, find it here.
Learn more about Zurich Airport by this link.
Here, in Alps2Alps we purpose to provide our customers with the best price transfers to all popular destinations in the Alps. During calculation our quotes, we always use transparent and the most fairly approach. It means that we consider all the factors, which may reduce a transfer price for you. Among these factors are such as:
The number of people in your group
Season you are travelling in, day of your trip
Special offers of the company available at that moment
When we calculate our quotes, we usually start from our standard rate and then going to reduce it based on the factors you read above. Such approach allows us not to overstate the prices.
A transfer price formation also depends on the vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and some additional costs (like tolls and airport parking charges).
All issues at home are already arranged, your holiday is so long-awaited…And, of course, you absolutely don’t want to waste your time sticking up in traffic jams on the route? The good decision will be to 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 transfer costs.
Alps2Alps are ready to offer you more discounts for off-season and off-peak days.
You are already decided when and there to spend your holiday? That’s great! Order your ski transfer right now. This process is very easy and will not take you more than 5 minutes. Just fill out the on-line request form, send us 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 on our web page, don’t get upset. Please contact us, and our customer support team will gladly assists you in your request.
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