Airport Transfers to Zermatt
The resort has 313KM 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.
The village itself is picturesque and the scenery very impressive and it also has a great nightlife, so it would seem it has it all.
The only downside really to Zermatt is that its not the cheapest resort to visit, but if you can afford it, you should make the effort to – you won’t regret it!
Getting to Zermatt
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.
On arrival in Zermatt, you can call your hotel by 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.
You can use the Quote Generator to see the full range of transfers offered to Zermatt and book your transfer online.
These include private transfers, luxury transfers and coaches for large parties travelling together.Zermatt transfers are available from Geneva, Zurich, Sion, Basel, Bern, Bergamo and both Milan airports.
The shortest transfer to Zermatt is from Sion airport, taking around 1.5 hours. A transfer from Basel to Zermatt takes 3 hours and from Geneva to Zermatt is about 4 hours.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.