Transfer from Munich to Kaprun promises to be a very comfortable trip for you all times of ski season. If you’re looking forward for your alpine ski holidays heavyweight, ensure you can 100% rely on your airport transfer provider. Below you can get to know all needed information about what Alps2Alps is about and an answer for the question «Why can I trust Alps2Alps transfers?».
On average, transfers from Munich to Kaprun will take around 2 hours 40 minutes, but there are can happen significant changes depending on season and day of the week you travel. You should know that at season peak times, you can encounter some waiting on road during your trip to the ski resort. But, don’t worry: we always do everything possible to ensure you are feeling well on the way.
Alps2Alps strongly recommend tourists to make a transfer trip in a middle of the week to avoid traffic on road and guarantee yourself more time on the slopes.
The first route from Munich Airport to Kaprun goes around Munich city to south-east along the river Inn, then, turns left through Austrian Niederndorf commune (Tyrol region). Then this way will pass around Hefferthorn - Fellhorn - Sonnenberg Landscape protection area and afterwards to the south through the ski resort Zell am See (along lake Zeller See) till Kaprun.
An alternative route goes like the first one at the beginning, then, it turns right to south through German Brannenburg till Kiefersfelden along the river Inn. And finally, this route passes through Austrian Oberndorf in Tyrol southern and then straight to east till Kaprun.
Both routes are approximately the same by the time you spend on the road. Anyway, all tourists should remember to choose the preferable way according to the current road situation and weather/snow forecast.
You don’t have to go straight up to the destination point. If you or someone in your company wants to make a pause during this journey – that’s ok.
We can make a stop at any stage, to stretch legs or to breathe some pure mountain air. Simple ask your driver to make this pause when needed.
There is quite a lot of supermarkets en-route to Kaprun. You can pick up your much-needed ski holiday essentials (and maybe a few snacks) before you get to the ski resort. Besides, some products bought on the way may cost cheaper than those ones at the ski resort itself.
During our journey, you sure would like to make some beautiful pictures of the Alps. And certainly, you will find some interesting landmarks which will satisfy your sightseeing cravings.
Let the photo shooting begin from the transfer trip and open the list of your holiday memories!
It’s important to remember that your journey from Munich to Kaprun will take you to an altitude of 786m. Though it’s not so high, anyway it may lead to some potential complications.
This trip passes through mountain landscapes and can present problems for some passengers (for example, some people can feel mild discomfort, nausea, headaches and dizziness). All of these can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Children are especially prone to feeling unwell on steep, serpentine roads. That’s why you should ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle or make a stop if needed. It will help you feel more comfortable.
Kaprun is located in the Salzburg region of Pinzgau at an altitude 786m and together with Zell am See forms the famous "European Sports Region" (ESR). Kaprun is a charming provincial town, fascinating with its rustic flavour, which is located about 20 minutes from the foot of the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier (3029 m), also known as the "Kaprun Glacier". This is a truly heavenly place: people who found themselves in Kaprun after Zell am See, easily gave their preference to the first.
Find out about Kaprun Ski resort here.
Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and the seventh busiest in Europe, it’s situated 40 km to the north from the centre of the city.
During peak season, many ski tourists are coming here to start their journey to the Alps. Of course, you don’t want to spend a lot of time on unnecessary waiting? That’s why we recommend ordering your shuttle in advance, and tranquil continue the journey as soon as you plane make a landing and you receive your baggage.
If you are flying with your own skis, find out how much the airlines flying into Munich airport will charge you.
To know information about your flight to Munich Airport, follow this link.
You can learn more about Munich Airport by this link.
Alps2Alps is a transfer company which provide the best price transfer services to all popular alpine ski resorts. Our team calculate transfer costs according to many factors. That modern dynamic approach is very fairly because in every single situation we are ready to consider maximum factors to lower the basic transfer price for you. Including:
Number of people travelling with you
Season/time of your trip
Discounts and shares available
During calculation of our prices, we usually begin from the basic rate and then lower it according to all the factors above. Thanks to that flexible approach, we never overstate our prices.
Some additional factors, like the availability of the car, transfer schedule, car utilisation, tolls and parking charges also should be taken into account.
To feel yourself tranquil during your trip and to avoid traffic jams on road, we advise you to book your shuttle for midweek days. Besides that, midweek transfer prices will lead to the maximum economy – those days we cut our prices up to 60%.
Alps2Alps gives additional discounts in the off-season and off-peak days.
Book your transfer to Kaprun right now - it’s very easy and will take you just a few minutes. You can make your booking by online request form, by email or by a phone call.
We will confirm your booking immediately. If you can’t find some ski resort or any service you need on our website, please contact us directly to discuss the possibility of your future transfer. We will assist you gladly.
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