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Soell is unquestionably one of the most picturesque and popular ski resorts in all of the Austrian Alps, so you can bet your bottom dollar there’s congestion on the roads come the busy season. Fear not though as we’ve done more than our fair share of homework to bring you this page where you’ll find all the ins and outs you need to know when it comes to getting in and out of Soell. We’ve covered the various airports around the region to bring you accurate transfer times, along with our recommendations – all geared to make sure you get the very most out of your time in this beautiful corner of Europe.
You’ll find Soell right at the heart of the SkiWelt area at the base of the majestic Hohe Salve mountain, a gorgeous gem of a resort that has more to offer than most. How much more? Well, consider the fact that the SkiWelt area as a whole boasts 618 pistes stretching a remarkable 250km+ and you have your answer! There are over a thousand snow cannons in use to deliver stunning conditions all through the season, while dozens of lift pass options can see you get the best value for money possible while trying the best the area has to offer. Over 250 lifts will take you right to the top of the action and as for cross-country skiing, it’s practically impossible to measure how much is at your disposal in Soell and its surroundings!
Here’s the really good news about Soell – enter from either Innsbruck or Munich Airport and you’ll be less than an hour away from the slopes! Or in other words, if you’ve been looking for a veritable ski Nirvana you can easily get to and make the best of for no more than a weekend or even an overnight jaunt, you’ve found it! Other than these two, there are plenty of other airports still pretty close to the action and the further afield you’re willing to look, the better your chances of scoring those bargain tickets.
We try to offer the most accurate airport transfer times possible, but the following can be changed considerably should a blizzard decide to move in or gridlock halt traffic where it stands. As such, always allow plenty of extra time if making connections or catching flights.
Being so close to the international airports of Munich and Innsbruck, there are plenty of public transport options for getting to your final resort in the Soell area. However, buses and trains fill up very fast at the best of times, services can be slow and it’s often necessary to transfer once or twice along the way, all of which can hold you up.
As such, we cannot recommend highly enough the convenience and value that comes with booking an organised coach transfer from the airport of your choice and arriving in comfort, safety and a little bit of style to boot!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php