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The city of Davos stands on the Landwasser River in the Swiss Alps. At 1560m above sea level it is the highest city in Europe. The region offers excellent skiing with groomed slopes and a wide range of off-piste runs. There are slopes for all levels of experience. Davos is a lively city with plenty of places to eat and drink. There are many guest houses and hotels offering accommodation for skiers. Nearby is the famous resort of Klosters, favoured by the British Royal Family and other famous people. The area is famed for its outstanding natural beauty.
The closest airport to Davos is either Zurich, Berne, Basel or Friedrichshafen. The following airports link Davos and all of them provide airport transfers to the ski resort:
If you are planning on using public transport to get to Davos there are options available. Unusually for an Alpine resort Davos has its own railway station. However, as with most such facilities journey times by rail from the airports can be lengthy and will most likely include multiple changes. You should be aware that the journey will require at least one change, sometimes more. The railways station in Davos is a bonus, but it cannot be reached directly from any of the viable airports. Following are some of the more popular options:
As you can see from the above the journey times by train to Davos are lengthy. For this reason we strongly recommend you consider airport transfers. You will benefit from a direct journey by road and the quickest possible journey. You will also be travelling in comfort on a guaranteed scheduled shuttle. Airport transfers are also the most cost effective method of getting to and from Davos.