Transfers from Zurich to St. Moritz shouldn’t cause any trouble for you, even if you are going to spend your ski holiday in the Alps during high season.
You’re looking forward for the transfer provider to this ski resort, right? Ensure you can really trust Alps2Alps. Read below everything you need to know about your journey from plane to powder, and some more information about why you can count on our transfer company.
On average, transfers from Zurich to St. Moritz will take around 3 hours, but weather/snow conditions, as well as the time of your travel, can significantly impact on this transfer time. As St. Moritz is a popular ski resort, notice that you can probably encounter some unnecessary waiting on road, especially travelling at peak times. Alps2Alps will always do whatever we can to ensure you are feeling well and comfortable on all duration of your transfer.
We strongly recommend you travelling in midweek days for you could get to your chosen ski resort without road traffic and guarantee yourself more time on the slopes.
The first route from Zurich Airport to St. Moritz passes from Zurich to south-east through the Thusis commune, then goes left till Albula/Alvra, after - straight to the south. And finally, this route takes you to the east direction ahead to St. Moritz. The alternative route is longer than the previous one. It goes from Zurich to the north around the city of Winterthur, then to the east through St. Gallen. A little bit along the Bodensee Lake, and then passes Liechtenstein straight to the south through Swiss city Chur and, in the end, this route joins the first one.
All tourists should choose the preferable way according to the current road situation as well as weather/snow forecast.
All Alps2Alps clients already know that they don’t have to go directly to the point of destination. There absolutely wouldn’t be a problem to make a pause on any stage of your transfer. Don’t be shy to ask your driver for the stop when needed, even for stretching your legs.
There are a lot of supermarkets en-route to St. Moritz. You can easily pick up some ski holiday essentials (or a few snacks for the journey) before you get to the ski resort. And some products bought on the way to St. Moritz may be cheaper than at the ski resort itself.
You are going to spend your holiday in the Alpine fairy tale, just look around – you are already there!
Wonderful mountain landscapes are surrounding you, just take out your camera and start making beautiful pictures.
Going to spend your vacation in the Alps, you should get to know that journey through the mountains may cause you some diseases.
A headache, nausea and somnolence during this trip – it’s the symptoms of the air pressure change.
Zurich airport lies at 432m above sea level, and St. Moritz ski resort is situated at 1500m. So, this difference of altitude, especially riding on steep, serpentine roads may be a reason of feeling unwell. Kids can start feeling sick more often than adult people.
That's why don’t be shy to ask your driver to lower the temperature in the car to help you feel more comfortable, or to make a stop when needed.
St. Moritz is not only included in the elite Alpine resorts club «Best of the Alps», but also bears the proud title of Top of the World, which is officially recognized as a sign of quality. This ski resort is one of the oldest in the world and has the largest number of five-star hotels - which speaks for itself. One of the most prestigious and upscale world resorts attracts the fans of a high level of recreation and sports from all world.
Find out about St. Moritz Ski resort here.
Located 13km north of Zurich city centre, Zurich Airport is one of the busiest airports in Central Europe.
During the high season, Zurich Airport is ready to accept large crowds of tourists. Of course, you would not like to waste your precious vacation time here instead of going directly to the ski resort, right? To avoid that you should make your transfer booking in advance.
Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Zurich airport will charge you.
If you’re looking for information about your flight to Zurich Airport, find it here.
Find out more about Zurich Airport by this link.
The main aim of Alps2Alps is to offer the best price transfers to all popular ski transfer destinations in the Alps. We are glad to take the most flexible approach to the pricing calculation. This approach means that our managers consider as many factors as possible to lower the base transfer quote. These factors include:
The number of people in your group
Day and date of your journey
All discounts available
When we are calculating fares, we start from our basic rate and then lower this depending on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach leads to only one fact: we never increase our prices.
Pricing calculation can also be dependent on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and some other costs like tolls and parking fees.
To travelling in comfort and with total peace of mind, and to avoid traffic on road, we advise you to plan your trip for midweek days. Besides, a midweek transfer will let you cut down your costs by up to 60%.
More our discounts are available for travelling off-season and off-peak days.
Booking your transfer is very simple and it will take you just a few minutes. The best way to make a booking is to fill out the online request form. You can also send us the email or give a phone call.
We will confirm your order immediately. If some ski resort or any service you need are not available on our web page, please contact us. We will do everything we can to assist you.
Head over to our booking page to get a real-time quote within seconds.