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Innsbruck to Ischgl Airport Transfers
Ski Lifts offer a wide range airport transfers from Innsbruck Airport to Ischgl. Choose from budget shared transfers, a private transfer to Ischgl and for those travelling in large groups, book a coach transfer to Ischgl.
Ischgl Airport Transfers
You can book an airport transfer to Ischgl from Innsbruck Airport, as well as other airports in Germany and Austria.
– You can make your booking online, you will receive an instant confirmation of your booking by email and then you can relax in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
– For your return journey, we will send you a text message the afternoon before you are due to depart confirming your exact pickup time from your accommodation for your transfer from Ischgl to the airport.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Ischgl Ski Resort
Ischgl is a village with a long history dating back over 1,000 years. As a ski resort it offers something for everyone, the charm and sophistication of resorts like Kitzbuhel, nightlife to rival St Anton and over 200km of pistes catering for all abilities. Ischgl is home to shopping boutiques and restaurants as good as you’ll find in many cities, cigar lounges, clubs, even after the day’s skiing there are plenty of things to do to suit everyone.
The resort has a good snow record. With a selection of beginner, intermediate and advanced pistes, parks and pipes and night skiing, it is the perfect location for a holiday.
A Silvretta ski pass covers the entire Silvretta ski area. The ski pass is valid in up to 73 lifts across the resorts of Ischgl/Samnaun, Galtur, Kappl and See.
The slopes in Ischgl best suit eager intermediates who enjoy covering as much ground as possible each day.
In the Silvretta Arena, more than 235km of piste lead to a height of almost 3000m, then back down into the Swiss ski resort, Samnaun.
Ischgl Ski Resort Facts: Resort altitude: 1380m Highest point: 2900m Vertical drop: 1520m Downhill pistes: 200km Pistes: 238km Lifts: 42
Airport Transfers to Ischgl
- Innsbruck Airport to Ischgl transfer time is approx. 1hr
- Memmingen Airport to Ischgl transfer time is approx. 2hrs30mins
- Munich Airport to Ischgl transfer time is approx. 3hrs
- Salzburg Airport to Ischgl transfer time is approx. 3hrs
- Zurich Airport to Ischgl transfer time is approx. 3hrs
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Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.
One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.
Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you’re required to book a service that works for your flight times.
Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.
Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.
No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.
Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.
Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.
Exec & Limousine
Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.
Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.
Innsbruck to Ischgl Transfers FAQ
Ischgl has the slopes and facilities suitable for: beginner, intermediate, advanced, families, snowboarders and apres ski.
Late November – Early May (please note – dates are subject to change).
Idalp is the mountain hub where the majority of ski school classes meet and the nursery slopes are located. Although there are no green runs here, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the lack of queues.
Ischgl is a unique ski resort with high entertainment value. There is an excellent après-ski atmosphere in the establishments linging the Ischgl promenade. The nightlife may be a bit lively for some. Ischgl is renowned for its bold and brash bar scene.
For drinking and dining there are restaurants to suit every budget. There’s a large number of upmarket hotels. However, accommodation prices tend to be higher than in the Kitzbüheler Alps.