Transfers from Salzburg to the Ski Resorts
Choosing a suitable ski resort and booking a hotel is still half the job. The second, not less important, the task is to get there.
Skiers from distant countries usually arrive in Salzburg by plane. The W. A. Mozart Airport is located within the city, just a 20-minute taxi ride from the historical center of Salzburg.
One can also fly to Munich Airport (180 km) or Vienna (300 km), where the trains run.
There is a taxi stand at the exit from Salzburg Airport. The taximeter determines the fare. If the trip leads outside the city, the taxi drivers take the maximum one-way mileage and multiply it by 2.20 - 2.50 euros, depending on the number of passengers and the size of the car.
There is a multi-story parking lot opposite the airport building, where car rental companies are located. I must say that Salzburg car rental is very EXPENSIVE, especially in high season. Therefore, many tourists take a taxi and go to the German town of Freilassing, located right on the border with Austria. There are rental points for the SIXT, Eurocar, and others. Anyway, Germany is more affordable in this sense.
Public transport is another option for getting to the ski resort. It is the cheapest but the most tedious method, especially if you are on the road all day and hung with bags of ski gear. There is a bus stop opposite the airport, from which the trolley bus line. No.2 runs to the railway station every 10 minutes (on weekends, every 20 minutes). One can get to Zell am See, Bad Gastein, Bad Hofgastein, Schladming, and Kitzbuhel by train with connections. It takes, on average, 1.5-2 hours one way. Suburban buses also depart from the railway station. See the Web links with the train and bus schedule in the footer of my website.
Article: Information about Salzburg City Bus.
If you are going to stay in Salzburg and would like to go for a day to some ski resort, you can use the Snow Space Salzburg Ski Shuttle service. From December 17 to March 19, a special bus for skiers runs from Salzburg. It departs daily at 8:30 from Mirabell Square and goes to the Flachau ski resort. The group is accompanied by an English-speaking guide, from whom you buy a ski pass at a standard price as payment for the bus. The bus costs nothing separately. This service is used not only by tourists but also by many residents of Salzburg, as it is more efficient than driving their car.
The most reliable and comfortable way to get to any ski resort is to order an individual transfer. Therefore, I offer rides, leaving from any convenient place: hotel, airport, or train station, to such ski resorts as Schladming, Zell is See, Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Bad Gastein, Obertauern, Bad Hofgastein, Flachau, Going am Wilden Kaiser, Kitzbuhel, Kaprun, Maria Alm, Zauchensee, Mayrhofen and others.
The payment takes place after the services at a pre-agreed cost. My car is the Volkswagen Caravelle T6, an extended version with a large luggage compartment with a capacity for up to eight passengers.
During the trip, I will share some helpful information with you, tell you about the specifics of the ski resort, and also offer my excursions on a ski-free day. Upon arrival, I will help with the check-in if needed.
When ordering a transfer, you will communicate directly with me, with no intermediaries and overpayment of commission.
The estimated cost can see via the UBER app.
In your request inform me about the date, place and time of your arrival, how many people you are, how much luggage, the name of the hotel and the ski resort.