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If you’re looking for the best way to get you, your family and all your dear to the lovely Austrian resort of Seefeld, you’re in the right place! We know that getting in and out of the Austrian Alps can be a bit of a daunting task for those not familiar with the idea, so we’ve put together an easy-to-follow guide highlighting all the best options available to you. From the closest airports to Seefeld to the best transfer times and more, read on for the inside information on Seefeld that can help you make the very most of your trip.
Seefeld is a place where luxury takes on a whole new meaning. With an astonishing half-dozen five-star hotels that are of incredible world-class standards, there’s no better place to go for a well-deserved splurge on the finer things in life. And what’s more, it’s just as popular and equally gorgeous in the summer season too, when the snow gives way to a world of outdoor pursuits and relaxation opportunities. Back in the ski season though, a generous 19 pistes deliver 27km of marked runs and there are some excellent cross country runs to try out too. Snow is also guaranteed on the runs above the 2,000m mark so no matter what time of the season you hit Seefeld, you won’t leave disappointed.
Ski weekends and short boarding breaks are 100% possible to Seefeld as there are four airports you can get to within 120 minutes of the place. Salzburg is the closest by far and can have you from the tarmac to the lift-lines in less than an hour! And as Seefeld is a year-round resort, there’s no shortage of cheap flights to be found from the seven or eight major airports within easy reach of town.
We always advise that example airport transfer times be interpreted as guidelines only as the weather can have a marked effect on the speed of your coach, bus or car. The following times apply to what we’d call standard driving conditions where traffic is medium, the weather is clear and there are no significant hold-ups along the way.
There’s a great bus service around the Seefeld area that’s fast, reliable, comfortable and cheap – kids under 15 travel free of charge. It costs about 12 Euros to have the bus pass function added onto your accommodation by your provider.
As far as getting into town goes, the best way in and out is to book yourself on an organised airport transfer service with the professionals. Why go through the hassle when you can have all bases covered on your behalf?
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