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How to Get to Achenkirch
Achenkirch is a small ski resort in Tyrol, Austria. The village is situated at the northern end of Lake Achensee (the largest lake in Tyrol), at an altitude of 930 m above sea level. If you’re going to spend your holidays in this picturesque place, you may be interested in how to reach it. Thus, you may use public transport, taxis, and individual transfers for that.
Taxi to Achenkirch
Many travelers want to know how to reach Achenkirch from the nearest airports fast. To make their trip quick, they choose taxis. At air hubs, cars are usually taken from ranks outside terminals or booked via official cab stands inside them. The average price for a taxi trip to the resort from Innsbruck Airport (63 km) is €100, from Munich one (125 km) - €195, and from Salzburg one (164 km) - €250. Also, one may reserve a cab by calling one of the local services or using their websites. Be ready for possible language problems as not all local taxi drivers speak English. Also, on the spot, it may be difficult to find a larger vehicle.
Transfer to Achenkirch
Reserving a private taxi transfer will be the most convenient way to get to Achenkirch. You won’t spend your time waiting or making changes: your transfer driver will meet you strictly at the specified time and take you directly to the resort without making any stops on the way. All Kiwitaxi transfer drivers are professional and experienced, so you don’t have to worry about your safety. Also, there are a few transfer classes you can choose from. Don’t worry if you’re a large group: you may book one of our minibus transfers. You won’t face any language problems, as well: our site is available in English and our customer support is English-speaking. The price for an Economy-class transfer from Innsbruck Airport is €148 and from Munich one - €194.
Public Transport to Achenkirch
A cheaper but much longer travel option is the train. Thus, a rail journey from Innsbruck air hub will cost only €13.40 but will take 1 hour and 30 minutes. Travel from Munich one will cost €40 and will take 4 hours on average. The average price for a train trip from Salzburg air hub is €50, and the travel time is 3 hours and 30 minutes. In all cases, be ready for at least 3 changes.
Train services stop running late in the evening. Also, there might be just a few trips a day. If you don’t want to spend much time waiting or need to travel to Achenkirch at late evening hours, pre-book a transfer or a taxi.
Achenkirch: useful information
The total length of local tracks is 27 km. Although the ski area is small, it’s rather comfortable.