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    Airport transfers to Celerina

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    Airport transfers to Celerina

    Some Facts about Celerina

    They say that no other place in the Engadine can boast so many hours of sunshine as Celerina. That the sun-drenched village shines in a special light is also due to the charming village center with its typical Engadine houses. There is always something going on in Celerina – a concert, a party, always small, but always well-arranged and therefore attractive. The family-friendly ski area of Corviglia/Piz Nair is located above Celerina. Nearby, on Muottas Muragl, sledding and winterhiking rule the day. Cross-country skiers explore the Upper Engadine’s extensive network of trails starting from Celerina. Ice sport fans pursue their skating or curling hobby on Europe’s sunniest rink. If you are looking for an adrenaline rush, you will find it in a taxi bob on the famous Olympic Bob Run.

    From which airport can I reach Celerina?

    There are many airports from Austria, Italy and Germany that connect to Ceillac besides the Swiss airports. Here are the closest Airports and the distances to Ceillac:

    • Bergamo - 154km
    • Milan - 173km
    • Zurich - 209km
    • Innsbruck - 193km

    Is there public transport to Celerina?

    There are buses which ply to Celerina from all major airports. However, if you are looking at using public transport be aware that there will be necessary changes. Train options from all the airports are available, however most of the journeys will need at least 5 hours of travel time and may require changes at certain places. Here are some options:

    • If coming from Milan, take the train via Tirano to Celerina, the journey takes five and a half hours.
    • From Zurich take the train via Landquart to Celerina. It takes about three and a half hours  to get from Zurich to Celerina.
    • If you are coming from Innsbruck you will have to change trains at Sargans and Landquart. The journey takes five and a half hours.
    • Coming from other airports requires many changes and is time consuming.

    Advice on Transportation to Celerina

    Public transport links to Celerina are time consuming for example some train journeys from airports listed above may take up to 12 hours or even more. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of travelling in comfort, and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked. Airport transfers are also the most cost-effective method of getting to this mountain resort.