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Geneva Airport Transfers to Zermatt
Ski Lifts offer Geneva to Zermatt airport transfers and other transfers from nearby airports, including; Sion, Zurich, Basel, Bern, Bergamo, Milan Linate & Milan Malpensa. The normal transfer time to Zermatt from Geneva Airport is around 2.5 hours, but can take longer at peak times.
Zermatt nearest airport is Sion, which is 90 minutes away, the next best airport and most popular is Geneva Airport (GVA), which is 2hr30mins minutes away from Zermatt. With Ski Lifts you can make your Geneva to Zermatt booking and relax in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
Zermatt Ski Resort
Considered as Switzerland’s best ski resort – Zermatt is a picturesque, charming town. Home to the Matterhorn, Zermatt has a beautiful natural landscape, filled with sights such as the five lakes walk, Gorner Gorge, as well as activities like the Forest Fun park.
The resort has 360km of pistes and some of the best off-piste you can find in Switzerland and due to its height, it is a snow sure resort, with lifts open throughout most of the year for glacier skiing. Offering some of the best skiing runs in the world and certainly one of the biggest inter-linked areas boasting more than 70 lifts; Zermatt is divided into three sections, one of which stands right across Italy’s border.
Zermatt Ski Resort Facts: Resort altitude: 1620m Highest point: 3900m Vertical drop: 2280m Pistes: 360km Lifts: 54
Airport Transfers to Zermatt
Sion Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 1hr30mins
Geneva Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 2hrs30mins
Basel Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Bern Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Bergamo Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 3hrs30mins
Milan Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Zurich Airport to Zermatt transfer time is approx. 3hrs30mins
Resorts Close to Zermatt
Zermatt to Verbier transfer time is approx. 2hrs
Zermatt to Champoluc transfer time is approx. 3hrs45mins
Zermatt to Crans-Montana transfer time is approx. 1h30mins
Zermatt to Nendaz transfer time is approx. 1hr30mins
Zermatt to Saas-Fee transfer time is approx. 45mins
Airport Transfers to Zermatt
Ski-Lifts offer the widest range of airport transfers to Zermatt to suit every budget. You can book a transfer to Zermatt from Sion or Geneva Airport, as well as the other airports mentioned in Switzerland and Italy.
As there is no access to Zermatt by car, all of our transfers have to drop off/pick up at the Matterhorn Terminal Tasch and from here, you are required to take a short train ride up to the resort.
The journey takes around 12 minutes and the trains run every 20 minutes from 05.00 through to 00.30. At weekends, the train also runs hourly throughout the night.
A one-way ticket roughly costs 8chf for an adult and 4chf for a child, children under 6 go free.
On arrival in Zermatt, you can call your hotel using the free hotel phone at the station and reception will organise for an electric taxi to come and collect you and your luggage. If you are staying at a private address or your hotel doesn’t offer this service, there are private taxis available for hire.
– 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 the same point as your drop-off for your transfer from Zermatt to the airport.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Zermatt Ski Resort Facts: Resort altitude: 1620m Highest point: 3900m Vertical drop: 2280m Pistes: 360km Lifts: 54.
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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.
Airport Transfers to Zermatt FAQ
Zermatt is open all year round due to offering glaciar skiing. The resort has 360km of pistes and some of the best off-piste you can find in Switzerland and due to its height, it is a snow sure resort, with lifts open throughout most of the year for glacier skiing.
Zermatt offers the slopes and facilities suitable for:
Beginner, intermediate, advanced, families, snowboarders and off-piste skiers. Offering some of the best skiing runs in the world and certainly one of the biggest inter-linked areas boasting more than 70 lifts; Zermatt is divided into three sections, one of which stands right across Italy’s border. If you are a beginner, Gornegrat’s gentle slopes are an optimal place to start. For more intermediate and expert skiers, Sunnega is one to try out.
Ski-schools in Zermatt are available 365 days a year. If you are looking to book your ski hire, lessons or other travel extras in advance, Ski Lifts offer exclusive discounts with their partners that you can view here.
Zermatt has over 100 restaurants to meet the inflow of people visiting this world-renowned ski location year after ear. With good Asian, Italian and excellent Swiss cuisine, there is no shortage of flavours you can taste. Zermatt has also a great nightlife environment, with wonderful bars set on the mountain and other more sophisticated options in the town’s square.
If you have deep-pockets, Zermatt is surely one of the best ski-resorts to spend money with its variety of multi-starred hotels and luxury chalets. Adding to the already existent ones, Zermatt’s most recent hotels are architectural masterpieces offering luxury, comfort, wellness facilities, awesome food and magical views.