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Here’s the indispensable travel guide you’ll need to get you and yours in and out of Westendorf SkiWelt Area – a hugely popular ski resort nestled in the heart of the Austrian Alps. It gets very busy at various times of the year and in order to ensure you don’t spend half of your holiday stranded on the busy roads, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of how to get from your airport of choice. We’ve put together this page to highlight all of the closest airports, where the fastest transfers can be taken from and more. So if you’re thinking of a trip to Westendorf SkiWelt Area this season or any, read on for all the tips you’ll need!
Westendorf SkiWelt Area is a truly stunning village and was awarded the title of “Europe’s Most Beautiful Village” back in 1998. It’s hard not to fall in love with Westendorf at first sight, but when you take into account its privileged position as part of the massive SkiWelt Area, you’ll be hooked for life! With over 250km of pistes right at your doorstep, comprised of over 600 runs and with more lifts than you’ll ever need, this is the kind of place you can return to for life and never have the same day twice. And when it’s time to rest and unwind, Westendorf has the kind of quaint and traditional après-ski the rest of the world tries to replicate but sadly cannot hold a candle to!
There are plenty of airports around the area that serve Westendorf SkiWelt Area, but the best by far if you can find your way there is Innsbruck. Head to the slopes from this airport and you can be from the tarmac to the lifts in no more than an hour – even if you’re only planning on heading out for one night, Westendorf SkiWelt Area is an excellent choice. You can also get in via Munich, Salzburg and plenty of others though so if you branch out your search you’re guaranteed to come up with some seriously cheap offers.
There are various ways of getting into Westendorf by standard bus, train or a combination of the two if you enter via Innsbruck or Munich. However, you will have to transfer at least once or twice and brave a number of stops along the way, which can make your journey much longer and more expensive than it really needs to be.
For the fastest, safest, cheapest and most reliable transfers of all, we also recommend booking in advance with an organised ski resort transfer service. This way you can be taken in style right from the airport directly to the resort of your choice and enjoy maximum time on the slopes.
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php