Your private Ski transfer
To request a quotation for your personal transfer from Munich airport into the alpine mountain ski resorts like Garmisch, Ellmau, Galtür, Hintertux, Kitzbühel, Ischgl, Mayrhofen, Obergurgl, Saalbach, Zell am See, St Anton, Val di Gardena, St Moritz and many more. This request is without obligation for you!
You’ll receive your individual quote in no time! Just follow those 4 steps:
… travel dates and pick-up times
… number of passengers
… contact information
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Munich Ski Shuttle provides private transportation services. Take advantage of our private airport shuttle to and from Munich Franz Josef Strauss International Airport – Best price guaranteed! Sit back and relax as your private chauffeur transports you from here to there. Whether you’re traveling with a friend or a big group, our 4×4 Mercedes vehicles and friendly drivers will get the whole crew (and all the luggage) to your destination in the Alps in no time.
We are conveniently located between Munich Airport and downtown Munich. Therefore we are always able to react on changes spontaneously. Simply book your individual transfer online and let us take care of the rest. Your personal driver will be waiting for you at your gate to pick you up and bring your directly to your ski resort hotel, apartment or chalet. Same for your return trip from the ski resorts to Munich airport. You don’t have to share with other guest and there is no extra waiting time at collective pickup points.
Munich Ski Shuttle has been providing door-to-door shuttle service to alpine locations for over 3 years now. Season after season, our transportation services have delighted visitors from all over the world. Rather than simply taking you from point A to point B, we strive to make your experience with MSS one to remember. Our private airport transfer service drivers know the area inside out and will try to answer your questions about skiing or snowboarding, local events, culture and people, and more. Don’t forget to join our community on facebook, google+ and twitter to be always informed about the latest news from the Alps!