This page will tell you all you need to know about transfers to Oberstdorf a German ski resort in Bavarian Alps with 44km of Piste and altitudes ranging from 830m to 2220m above sea level. This resort has direct access to 44km of downhill skiing, with 38 individual pistes, served by 26 ski lifts. With skiing above 2000 metres, snow cover is generally reliable. Oberstdorf hosts every New Year the first part of famous Four Hills Tournament in ski jump. The American Broadcasting Company's Wide World of Sports inadvertently featured Oberstdorf when Vinko Bogataj fell during the ski jump in 1970 and became "The Agony of Defeat".Germany's modern figure skating center was built on the outside of the town
We have listed the airports in order of 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, if available, are given towards the end of the page.
Oberstdorf is a municipality and skiing and hiking town in southwest Germany, located in the Allgäu region of the Bavarian Alps. Oberstdorf is one of the highest market towns in Germany. The southernmost point in Germany is located in the municipality. At the center of Oberstdorf is a church whose tall spire serves as a landmark for navigating around town. The summits of the Nebelhorn and Fellhorn provide dramatic panoramic views of the alps. The Nebelhorn can be reached with a big cable car. Visitors can ride a unique diagonal elevator to the top of the Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze.
There are three Airports within two hours’ drive, so ski weekends, snowboard breaks and short ski holidays to Oberstdorf are perfectly feasible. Memmingen Airport is just one hour’s drive away, in good driving conditions, so you can be on the piste quickly The following airport links Oberstdorf to other parts of the world:
There are buses which ply to the resort from the airport listed above. Trains run from Memmingen airport run Mon-Sun: 7 AM–10:30 PM every 2 hours and the journey take 1 hour and 28 minutes. From Friedrichshafen airport trains run Mon-Sun, twice per day and the journey takes 9 hours and 5 minutes. From Munich and St Gallen Altenrhein airports also trains run Mon-Sun ,8 times per day with a journey times of around 4 and half hours.
While many people do use the public transport listed above they can sometimes be time consuming like some train journeys from airports not listed above may take up a long time to reach the resort. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land especially if you are travelling as a group. 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 beautiful ski resort.