Need an airport transfer from Salzburg to Mayrhofen?
Our affordable, door to door service will help you have the best possible holiday. We offer some of the most competitive prices in the Alps!
Before you travel, it’s always handy to know as much as possible. So, here’s everything you need to know - from costs to journey time.
At Alps2Alps, we aim to offer amazing value transfers to all resorts in the Austrian Alps. We like to take a transparent approach to our pricing structure.
This means we don’t have fixed costs - but look at every situation individually.
We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our quotes. These include:
When calculating fares, we start with our standard price and then reduce this based on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach means we only ever decrease our prices – never increase them.
Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.
Looking to save some money on your ski holiday? For the cheapest ski transfers, book midweek. In fact, you can save up to 60% compared to the weekend or school holidays.
On average, transfers from Salzburg to Mayrhofen will take around 2 hours 30 minutes, though this may see significant changes depending on seasonal traffic and road conditions.
When you travel from Salzburg, adverse weather or heavy traffic can cause extreme delays.
The direct route from Salzburg to Mayrhofen (170km), will usually take you via route A8. Through route, B1 go to A8 (Bad Reichenhall, Deutschland). On A8, A93 and A12 head towards Achensee Str./B181 (Wiesing, Österreich). From A12/E60 take the exit number 39 to the Zillertal and from there a further 28 km on the B169 to Mayrhofen.
Always ask the driver about the best possible route. If there is bad weather or snow, just plan extra time for your transfer.
You can get to Salzburg from Mayrhofen by train, however this isn’t recommended. Particularly during peak times, the train from Salzburg HBF can be extremely busy, resulting in a stressful journey.
Particularly with young children, the delays and waiting around can put a damper on your holiday. A private transfer is the way to start it in the best possible way.
If you have any questions about your journey and its specific details, you might find them answered below.
Download the Alps2Alps ski transfer app to contact your driver directly. You’ll also receive live notifications, for example when your driver is ready and waiting.
Use our ski rental store for low-cost, high-quality equipment in the Alps. Kids’ ski hire is free with any full-paying adult, to help you save money where you can.
If you already have your own skis, don’t feel left out. Our long term ski storage service helps you cut baggage costs out completely. Book a transfer with us and we’ll look after your skis for you, for free, for a whole year!
You don’t necessary have to go straight to your ski resort. Ask your driver for a short stop (up to 10 minutes) - if you wish to stop at any stage of the trip to stretch your legs or to have a cup of tea, we will happily accommodate this.
Mayrhofen ski transfers are popular as it’s one of Austria's most famous resorts and one of the biggest in the Zillertal Valley. Mayrhofen has ski areas on both sides of the valley – the Ahorn ski area is ideal for beginners and families, while the Penken ski area has some of the best and varied terrains in the region and is ideal for intermediates, expert level skiers and snowboarders. The Penken area is where the action is: it has the steepest groomed piste in Austria named Harakiri, great intermediate ski safaris out into the lift and piste which is linked with Zillertal 3000 region and the world famous Vans Penken Park.
Mayrhofen im Zillertal is part of the huge ski area with access to 489km of downhill skiing, with 91 individual pistes, served by 177 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Mayrhofen itself (136km of ski runs), the appropriate ski lift pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Zillertal ski resorts that includes Tux-Finkenberg, Fugen, Hippach and the Hintertux Glacier, together offering 245 km pistes, 67 lifts and year-round skiing on the Hintertux Glacier.
Salzburg Airport is also called "International Mozart Airport Salzburg". Sitting approximately 8km from the city centre, it’s the second-biggest airport in Austria, making Salzburg Airport transfers hugely popular. Ski season is the busiest time of the year here; dozens of ski fans from all over Europe flock here in their droves.
Booking your transfer to Mayrhofen is very easy and totally stress-free! The easiest way to do so is online. If you prefer you can contact us by phone or email.
Booking online takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.
If you’re ready to get started, book your ski transfer here.