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Recommended Ski Site
San Anton, Austria
It's not a huge surprise that San Anton repeatedly stars in the list of the world's best ski resorts - offering its guests an outstanding winter experience with its hundreds of kilometers of superbly prepared slopes for all levels, 200 km of off-piste and challenging steep slopes, deep-snow ski runs, and snowboard fun parks accompanied by the wildest apres-ski scene that Europe has to offer. Conveniently located just a couple of hours drive from Zurich international airport and only 3 hours from Munich - Skiing in San Anton is also considered to be one of the more inexpensive options - with weekly ski pass cost off below 200 euros during the low season
74 red-marked slopes
5 snow parks
30 blue-marked slopes
December - April
4600 snow makers
34 black-marked slopes
2800m max altitude
Fly to Zurich or Munich international airports, they are about 2 and 3 hours drive away from San Anton, respectively.
Car rental is a surprisingly inexpensive option! It can be €200-400 per week (before insurance) and the upside is that you then will be able to enjoy the car through the week. However, it will require you to drive 2-3 hours after a long flight
By public transport:
If you are trying to travel on a real tied budget and looking for less pricey options, you are in the right place. San Anton is one of the more accessible ski villages, making it possible to use public transportation
From Munich Central station (to which you can arrive with a taxi or a shuttle from the airport), you can take a train (with one connection - so basically two trains) and it will take you under 4 hours to get to San Anton town center. From there to your hotel is likely just a short taxi drive, or in some cases 10 min walk.
From Zurich HB Main Station (to which you can arrive in a quick shuttle from the airport) you can take a direct train to San Anton, it will take you 2:30 hours - and you can count on their timeline. Check out timetables and prices in
Private taxi service is a bit more pricey - but it might be worth it given how seamless it is - you’ll be able to schedule pick-up time based on your arrival time. Also, the price is almost the same whether you are going to be 1-4 passengers.
Either from Zuric or h a taxi will cost about $520 (return) for 2 passengers or $550 for 4 passengers - check out Alps2alps for more information.
Shuttle bus, or the Arlberg Express, is cheaper option for those of you traving alone or with one partner - will cost $118 (return) per person. The bus departs from the airport/St.Anton 5 times a day (see timetable here) and the plus side - is that it has no stops! Visit their website to check time tables and prices.
By hotel transport:
Before you book a car service, check with your hotel if they have a transfer option.
Best hotel options
Haus am Fang
Relaxing Tyrolean atmosphere in the perfect room, suite or apartment to cater for any desire
from €90/night pp
Perfectly situated on the slopes and only 5 min from town, enjoy traditional the ultimate winter experience
from €130/night pp
Charming, beautifully designed hotel close to ski and and popular attractions for a relaxing and enjoyable vacation
from €150/night pp
InterSport Arlberg has a fantastic store in San Anton - very close to the hotels. Book online here (€150-250 for a week)
Learn to ski and improve your skiing skillsi with the qualified ski and snowboard instructors of the Ski School Arlberg- ski lessons cost start at €100 for a full day / €250 for a 6 days course! Check out this page for options and prices
You are all set
Let the skiing begin!