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How to Get to Alpbach
Alpbach is a small picturesque village in Tyrol, Austria. It’s officially recognized as the most beautiful village in the country. Also, it’s a small but well-equipped ski resort at an altitude of 1,000 m which attracts lots of tourists with its amazing landscapes, fresh air, and moderate prices. Travelers reach this charming place using private transfers, taxi cabs, and public transport.
Taxi to Alpbach
Taxis are a good option for those who wish to reach Alpbach quickly. If you need to travel from some air hub, you may find cabs at the rank near the terminal. Also, one may often find official taxi desks within arrivals areas. Booking a car via phone or some websites is also a good idea. The average price for a sedan taxi from Innsbruck Airport (60 km) is €110, from Salzburg one (150 km) - €240, and from Munich one (170 km) - €270. However, you may face some problems. First, not all taxi drivers speak English. Second, if you want to catch a cab at the air hub rank, some of these drivers may not be ready for long-distance journeys.
Transfer to Alpbach
Pre-booking a private transfer will be a good option in case you want to avoid all the problems mentioned above. Your reservation can be easily made online on the Kiwitaxi website which is available in English. In case you have some questions about your private transfer, the English-speaking support will always help you. You can book a trip from any of the nearest airports: getting from Innsbruck one will cost you €123, from Salzburg one - €285, and from Munich one - €211 (these prices are for Economy-class cars). You can pay for your transfer with your credit card online or with cash to your driver after the trip. If you’re traveling to the resort of Alpbach with small children, don’t forget to add child seats to your transfer booking.
Public Transport to Alpbach
Taking trains is the cheapest but longest way to get to the resort. Thus, a rail trip from Innsbruck Airport costs €12.40 and takes about 1.5 hours (be ready for 2 changes). A journey from Salzburg air hub costs €46.50 and takes 3 hours (in this case, you’ll make 3 changes). Getting from Munich one costs €36-42 and takes 3.5 hours (3 changes). Another drawback of this travel option is that these services stop running in the evening. If you need to reach Alpbach at this time, you’ll have to take a taxi or pre-book a transfer.
The resort of Alpbach is interesting not only in winter but also in summer. In the summertime, tourists take the famous historic walking route around the village (3.5 km).