Munich Airport to Ischgl Transfer

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Professional chauffeurs

Travel confidently with expert chauffeurs delivering industry-leading quality, reliability, discretion, and more.
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Door-to-door convenience

Rest easy with door-to-door pick-up and drop-off — no waiting in lines or change of transportation needed.
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Set your own schedule

Schedule your pickup whenever you want, and leave departure boards and timetables in the rear-view mirror.
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Flat-rate Munich Airport to Ischgl transfers

Booking a Munich Airport to Ischgl transfer in advance of your trip with Blacklane means arriving at the front door of your accommodation rested and relaxed. After a long flight, you can look forward to privacy and rest, away from the crowds and noise of public transport. If you’re landing with family, this is even more important. Our five-seater Business Van/SUV class lets you experience the luxury and practicality of a Mercedes-Benz V-Class, Chevrolet Suburban, Cadillac Escalade, Toyota Alphard or similar. There’s plenty of room in the back for skis and boards, and you’ll be delivered directly to where you need to be — the ideal transfer from Munich to Ischgl. Spend the 240 km journey in peace and quiet, and you’ll learn that getting to Ischgl can be a comfortable and stylish experience.

Stress-free solution

Booking our City to City rides as an alternative to flights, trains, or car rentals means avoiding the crowds and staying safe on your long-distance journey. Instead of enduring long lines and multiple interactions before you even hit the road, you just enjoy the comfort of a private transfer in a top-of-the-line vehicle.

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Blacklane for winter sports

Booking a private and professional Munich Airport to Ischgl transfer with Blacklane takes the stress out of your travel. All across the globe, skiers and snowboarders put their trust in Blacklane to get them where they need to be.

Frequently asked questions

How to get from Munich to Ischgl?

You can get directly to Ischgl from Munich by car, bus, taxi, or helicopter. A bus is the cheapest option, and will take around 3 hours, while chartered and private helicopters can land at the Idalpe Heliport, just at the bottom of the slope of the resort.

How long is the drive from Munich to Ischgl?

It should take 2 hours 50 minutes to drive from the center of Munich to Ischgl. Check local traffic conditions before you set off, and ensure your vehicle is correctly prepared with winter tires or chains.

How far is Ischgl from Munich Airport?

Ischgl is 230 km (143 miles) from Munich Airport.

Is there a train from Munich to Ischgl?

There is no train station in Ischgl. The nearest train station is 30 km (19 miles) away in the village of Landeck. A train journey from Munich to Landeck-Zams will take between 3 and 5 hours and require at least one changeover.

What is the closest airport to Ischgl?

Innsbruck Airport is the closest airport to Ischgl, almost 103 km (64 miles) away. The nearest major airports, and the most likely point of entry for international travelers, are Munich Airport (230 km/143 miles), Zurich Airport (234 km/145 miles) and Milan Bergamo (303 km/188 miles).

What is the best time to visit Ischgl?

The high peaks of Ischgl means you can expect good snow cover until late March and April. These months are also far emptier, as children tend to be back at school after February holidays.

How many ski trails does Ischgl have?

How much is a taxi from Munich Airport to Ischgl?

A basic taxi from Munich to Ischgl should cost in the region of €440, though this is subject to change during busy seasons and public holidays.

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