Transfers from Munich to Saalbach should not cause any trouble for you, if you are going to spend your vacation in alpine ski resort.
If you’re in search of the most reliable transfer provider to this ski resort, you can rely on our transfer company. Read below everything you need to know about your journey from plane to powder, and a little bit more about why you can trust Alps2Alps.
Going from Munich to Saalbach will take you around 2 hours 40 minutes. Austrian Saalbach is a quite popular ski resort. In the way you can encounter some waiting on road depending on the time you will be travelling. Alps2Alps will always do everything possible for your calmness and well feeling during the trip.
Our team imperatively recommend you travel midweek to lower your trip time and guarantee more time on the slopes.
The first route from Munich to Saalbach goes round Munich city to the south-east, then, you have to turn right and pass along the river Inn till Austrian commune Niederndorf bei Kufsteinthe. After you turn left, continue going to the east. This road will pass along Hefferthorn - Fellhorn - Sonnenberg national park. Turn right before you reach Lake Zell (Zeller See). The road passing along river Saalach will bring you to Saalbach ski resort.
An alternative road will be 10 km longer than the previous one. At first, it goes to the south from Munich, and then, quite straight to the east, past Chiemsee Lake southern through Maishofen commune till the turn to Saalbach.
According to the current situation on road and the time of your trip (date\day of the week) you can choose one of these routes to Saalbach.
On the way to the ski resort, you can easily ask your driver to make a stop when needed, at any stage of the route. Just ask, for stretch your legs and breathe some fresh alpine air.
Maybe you would like to pick up some products or ski holiday essentials before you get to the point of destination? There will be many supermarkets on the way to Saalbach.
And if you get bored, just look to the window. You are already in the alpine fairy tale! Plenty of amazing landscapes are waiting for you during this way. Just get your camera out and start snapping!
Notice that all routes to alpine ski resorts present some complications, because the roads pass through the mountains, and that can lead to some sickness during the trip.
Saalbach ski resort is located at 1000m. Although it’s not the highest mountain peak, still, for some passengers, this journey may cause mild discomfort, especially on steep, serpentine roads. Nausea, headaches and some dizziness, all that happens because of the air pressure change. Kids especially can start feeling unwell.
If you start feeling unwell, don’t be shy to ask your driver to reduce the temperature in the car to help you feel better.
Over 200 kilometres of well-equipped ski slopes, the charming splendour of the fabulous Alpine winter, cosy and comfortable hotels, many restaurants and cafes, as well as traditional hospitality – all that is the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski resort in Austria.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a ski resort in the land of Salzburg, forming a single ski area with a resort Leogang. The abundance of interesting descents allows the skier to ride all day around the neighbourhood, without using twice the same lift.
The villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm are located so close to each other that they are considered to be one resort. But still there are differences: Saalbach in high season resembles the city, and Hinterglemm, where the hotels are not so crowded, is a cosy village.
Lying 40 km from the city centre, Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and seventh busiest in Europe.
During the high season, Munich Airport accepts crowds of ski travellers. So, make sure you book your ski transfer in advance in order to avoid any long waiting here.
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Alps2Alps is a team of professionals, and our main aim is to offer our client the best price and reliable transfers to all popular destinations in the Alps. Unlike other ski transfer companies, we always take a transparent approach to the pricing formation. It means that we take into account all the factors. And in every single situation, we do everything possible to reduce the base rate during the calculation of our quotes. Including:
Your trip – pick up\arrival points
The number of people travelling with you
Day\date of your journey
Discounts available at that moment
Our standard price is the start quote during calculation and, then, we reduce it depending on the factors mentioned above. It’s a dynamic and modern approach that means only one thing: we never increase prices for our customers, only cut them.
Pricing calculation is also can be affected by such factors as vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and some additional costs, for example, road tolls and parking charges in the airport.
Each every person, on the eve of vacation, looks forward to reaching the place of the future holiday as fast as possible. No, a little bit faster…!
Sure, we know: you are not an exception.
Book your shuttle for any weekday, so it will help you not to spend too much time standing in road traffic and, besides, you will get the most economy of money.
We offer midweek transfers with up to 60% discount than the weekend prices. So, don’t miss that chance!
Order your transfer right now! It’s absolutely stress-free and a very fast deal. The best way to do it is to fill out the on-line query form on our web page, but you can also email or phone us if you prefer this way of communication.
Booking online takes a few minutes, and we promise to confirm it immediately. If your chosen service or ski resort destination isn’t available on our site, don’t doubt to contact our customer support team. They will assist you and give all the missing information.