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How to Get to Hochfilzen
A town of Hochfilzen is located in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is mainly known for being a popular Alpine ski resort. This article contains tips on getting to the resort from nearby cities by taxi, transfer, and public transport, and will be helpful for people planning their holidays in the town.
Taxi to Hochfilzen
In such cities as Salzburg or Munich, there’s no problem in calling a taxi by phone, via the internet or hailing a cab in the street. It may take some time to wait for a cab to come – traffic in big cities is quite busy. An average price for getting from Salzburg to Hochfilzen by taxi is 160-190 euros, with the travel taking around 1,5 hours. A journey from Munich will make 220-250 euros and take 3 hours and 40 minutes. Also, take into account that night taxi rates are usually higher.
Transfer to Hochfilzen
If you want to make your trip more predictable, you may pre-arrange it in advance. An option of a private transfer allows ordering a private transfer several weeks before the trip. You may also choose a specific vehicle class according to your needs and preferences. For example, a minibus for a group of people. With an individual transfer, you will know a trip fare in advance and it’ll never change after the booking.
To book a Kiwitaxi transfer, specify in the online reservation form your pick-up address and time, a drop-off point and a number of passengers. If traveling with small children, remember to order child seats for them. A 1,5-hour trip from Salzburg to the resort costs from 156 euros, while reaching Hochfilzen from Munich makes from 216 euros and takes 3 hours and 40 minutes. All fares are fixed and depend on car classes. A transfer may be paid online by card or to a driver after reaching the destination – in this case, take care to have the full sum in cash. Kiwitaxi provides 24/7 support that can help you with any questions on your order.
After meeting you at an agreed time in a pick-up place, your driver will help you with luggage and safely bring you to the resort.
Public Transport to Hochfilzen
The easiest way to reach the town from Salzburg is to go by rail. Taking an express from the city’s main station, you’ll spend 17-28 euros per ticket and around 2 hours. Departing for the resort from Munich by train, you’ll have to change a carriage at Wörgl. This journey will take about 2,5 hours and 29-45 euros per person.
Take into account that local trains operate only at daytime, unlike taxi and transfer services accessible round the clock.
The town is especially popular among cross-country skiers. Hochfilzen is a regular venue for International Biathlon Union World Cup series.