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    Airport Transfer to Kronplatz

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    Airport Transfer to Kronplatz

    On this page you will be able to find out everything there is to know about airport transfers to Kronplatz. The largest and most modern of ski resorts with 116km of ski slopes and 32 state of the art lifts, there is nowhere else to be for ski enthusiasts! We have listed the airports in order of time and distance from the resort, with the nearest at the top. This should give you the best idea of the airport transfer you need. We have also taken a look at alternative transport methods to and from the resort. Public transport options are given towards the end of the page.

    Some facts about Kronplatz

    Kronplatz is in an area of the Pustertal Valley and is packed full of diverse culture, history and evidence of an interesting past. From castles and churches to folk museums and wayside shrines, there is something for everyone at Kronplatz. This is an ideal destination for families who will benefit from family friendly accommodation through to ski kindergartens run by fully trained staff members. For those of you who need a little tender loving care, there are a range of mountain spas and spa temples to choose from ? just book in and relax!

    From which airport can I reach Kronplatz?

    The most convenient airport from which to reach Kronplatz is Innsbruck, which is a one to two hour transfer to Kronplatz. If you choose to fly into Innsbruck or Munich airport, transfer fees may be higher due to travelling via the Brenner pass. The closest airports to Kronplatz are Innsbruck, Venice and Verona. Other options are Munich, Bergamo, Brescia, Treviso or Milan, but during peak travel time transfer can be over three hours from these bases.

    Is there public transport to Kronplatz?

    There are public transport options to get to Kronplatz but there is no direct rail connection. Journey times will therefore be longer and could involve a number of changes. Airport transfers offer a much more viable connection. If you do want to take public transport, the following are ways to get to Kronplatz.

    • From Innsbruck to Franzensfeste, change train to villages in the Pustertal valley
    • from Munich to Franzensfeste, change train to villages in the Pustertal valley.
    • train connections from Franzensfeste to Kiens, Bruneck, Olang, Welsberg.
    • There are public bus services from Bruneck covering all towns and villages in the Kronplatz region.

    Visit our transfer request page should you want to submit an airport transfer to Kronplatz.

    Advice on Transportation to Kronplatz

    Some people are happy with using the public transport service, but they can be incredibly time consuming and sometimes difficult to negotiate. The best option is to book an airport transfer from your destination airport. The benefits of much shorter journey times and a more direct route will get your holiday in Kronplatz off to a great start