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A resort definitely worth a visit this season is Schruns, a gem of the Austrian Alps that often doesn’t get nearly as much attention as it deserves. The good news though is that if you play your cards right, you can get from your arrival airport to the heart of Schruns in no time at all – and we’re here to help with that! On this page you’ll find all you need to know about airport transfer options serving Schruns, including the closest airports to vie for and the times on the roads you can expect. So if you like the idea of a truly stunning resort where classic meets contemporary without being spoilt, Schruns could be the place for you.
With an excellent selection of runs covering all difficulty levels and brilliant snow park to boot, skiers and snowboarders of all levels will be in their element at Schruns. There’s a total of 40km of pistes to choose from across 14 runs, which are served by 11 lifts that keep the action fluid at all times. Après-ski is slightly lower-key than you’d find in the larger resorts of the Alps, but if you’re looking for pure relaxation and the best hospitality on the face of the Earth, you’ll be in your element here. And as far as the sheer beauty of the place goes, it’s little wonder Schruns is a secret some aren’t willing to share!
There are quite frankly loads of airports you can head toward to get into Schruns, but the best by far to keep transfer times down is Friedrichshafen. From here you can be on the slopes in less than an hour and there are plenty of budget airlines serving the airport. Another four airports are less than 120 minutes away too so when it comes to weekends and short breaks, Schruns makes an excellent choice of destination.
When the weather comes in or there is heavy traffic on the roads, there’s really nothing even the best drivers in the world can do to speed things up. As such, take the following as guidelines only and always leave a pretty large margin for error if you’re making connections or catching flights:
Public transport links to and from Schruns certainly exist, but to be honest they can be far too slow, too unreliable and often too complicated to bother with. In any and all instances and no matter which airport you arrive through, you can book yourself a seat in advance on an organised ski transfer service that promises the lowest prices, the fastest time and the comfiest coaches anywhere in the Alps.