Thank you! Confirmation link has been sent to your email.
Something went wrong.
Find, Compare & Book
Ski Resort Airport Transfers

Please fix the following errors:


    Airport Transfer to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

    < Back to list / search

    Fri 14/6 Sat 15/6 Sun 16/6
    Temperature +12°C +6°C +13°C
    Wind 3 m/s 4 m/s 2 m/s
    Snow Clouds Rain Rain

    Airport Transfer to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

    The ski resorts: Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis are located on the slope along the river valley Inn and serve to one large ski area with 200 km of pistes and 150 km of cross-country skiing trails. The oldest and the most famous resort of the area is Serfaus. This is a traditional Tyrolean village with 1000 inhabitants. It uniquely combines a luxurious pedestrian area with an old type farming with sheep and cows. There is a unique underground line with four stations, connecting all villages, thus driving cars is forbidden in the area. Guests arriving at Serfaus leave their cars at the entrance on the parking lot and take the underground for further transfer. Serfaus owns Kinderschneealm, a special park for kids with a large number of entertainment and facilities. Kids aged 1 to 5 are very welcomed. Fiss is a picturesque village also suitable for families with kids. It is surrounded by sunny slopes and has access to a vast ski area. Ladis is a tiny village that is less expensive and also has direct access to the ski area. Ladis is a great place for a short skiing weekend. There is the 13th century castle Laudegg, standing on the mountain slope. However, it is open for visitors only in summer.

    Skiing Experience

    The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Ski Area owns in total 204 km of downhill skiing, with 87 individual pistes, served by 70 ski lifts. The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Lift Pass allows you to ski or snowboard in any of these areas. The ski area altitude varies from 1200 to 2820 metres above sea level. There is a vast range of pistes for all skill levels: blue are good for beginners, red are meant for intermediate skiers and snowboarders and black ones wait for advanced skiers. Fans of off-pistes won’t be disappointed too.

    Airports serving Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

    Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis are beneficially located in the centre of transportation network and they are easily accessible by train, car or buses. The nearest airports are in Innsbruck (100 km), Zurich (250 km), Munich (250 km), Friedrichshafen (180 km), Salzburg (270 km) and Memmingen (180 km). Buses and trains go regularly from the airports to the Sefaus-Fiss-Ladis ski area.

    Transfer timing to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

    Transfer timing given below greatly depends on weather conditions, season and traffic tension. However, if all these factors are favourable then getting from the arrival airport to your destination may take around:

    • St. Gallen-Altenrhein (ACH) - 1 hr 45 mins
    • Bolzano (BZO) - 2 hr 25 mins
    • Friedrichshafen (FDH) - 2 hr 10 mins
    • Memmingen (FMM) - 2 hr 20 mins
    • Innsbruck Airport (INN) - 1 hr
    • Munich (MUC) - 2 hr 50 mins
    • Salzburg (SZG) - 2 hr 35 mins
    • Zurich (ZRH) - 2 hr 50 mins

    How to get to Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

    By train:

    Go till Landeck, then take a taxi or a scheduled bus.

    By car:

    From Munich and Salzburg: motorway A8, till the exit to the motorway A93, the tunnel Mills, exit to Reshen, via B180, in 15 km take the right turning to leite/Reid in Oberinntal and then to Serfaus.

    Another option from Munich: motorway A95 to the south, till Fern Pass (b179), pass Imst, after the tunnel Mills, exit to Reshen, via B180, in 15 km take the right turning to leite/Reid in Oberinntal, in 1,5 km turn left to Fischer strasse and continue till Serfaus.

    From Italy: to the north via the motorway A22 over the Brennerpass to Austrian motorway A13, then to Innsbruck, exit A12 to Bregenz, after the tunnel Mills, exit to Reschen, via B180, in in 15 km take the right turning to leite/Reid in Oberinntal, in 1,5 km turn left to Fischer strasse and continue till Serfaus.

    Find out about other skiing resorts areas and how to get there here