Taxi transfer to Pettneu
The fastest way to get to Pettneu am Arlberg
Taxi St.Anton Pettneu. We offer you transfers from airports: Zurich, Innsbruck, Friedrichshafen, Memmingen, Munich and Salzburg. Pettneu am Arlberg is the neighboring village, 7 km from St. Anton am Arlberg, is located between Landeck city and Arlberg pass in the Stanzertal valley, at an altitude of 1200m. The population is 1500 inhabitants. The villages of Pettneu and Schnann offer approximately 2100 places of accommodation. In winter there is a free shuttle bus service that takes you to the skilifts St. Anton.
In Pettneu am Arlberg there are two campsites: The first one is called: Camping Arlberg, located near the Arlberg-Stanzertal wellness park, right next to the motorway, open in summer and winter, with an indoor swimming pool, saunas and leisure rooms and the second located near the center of the village called: Arlberglife.
In the center of the village there are several rustic restaurants: Pizzeria La Luna, Kirchplatz, Traube, Schwarzer Adler, Edelweiss.
Nearby, that is 7 km away is the Arlberg ski area, called Ski Arlberg, which offers 90 lifting facilities, as well as 300 km of ski slopes and 200 km of ski trails.
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Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Zurich
Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Innsbruck
Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Munich
Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Friedrichshafen
Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Memmingen
Taxi transfer to Pettneu from airport Salzburg
If your visit to Pettneu, take it by plane, land at the main international airport in Switzerland: Zürich Airport, or at the Austrian airport: Innsbruck. If you have not made a pre-booked reservation, there are some options available.
The fastest way is to take a taxi stationed right in front of the exit from the airport building. This type of transfer is the most expensive but if you are more than 4 people it may happen that you will not find a taxi capable of transporting 8 people plus baggage. Much cheaper are low-cost taxi companies such as Taxi St. Anton, which offers transfers from Zurich Airport to Austria on a fixed amount. The price depends only on the number of passengers (up to 3 people or between 4 and 8 people) and location. The problem is just that you need to make an online reservation in advance, otherwise you will wait about 2 hours and 30 minutes, which is not something you want after a long flight.
There is also the possibility of traveling by train. In the Arlberg and Tirol ski areas there are the following train stations: Bludenz, Langen, St. Anton, Zams (Landeck), Ötztal Bahnhof, Telfs, Innsbruck. You will need to take a shuttle from the airport to the train station in Zurich. From the train station to your location you will need to take another taxi and load and unload the luggage and ski equipment, which is not very pleasant. The train travels quite often, about two in two hours, from Zurich to Innsbruck.
The third option is by coach. The bus is regularly organized daily and has fixed departure hours from Zurich to Lech then to ST. Anton. The bus ticket to Arlberg will cost you less than the train, but it will take a bit longer. The problem is that the bus is very large and can not enter all the very narrow and steep streets of the ski resort. As with the train, you have to take a taxi from the bus station to the accommodation. Tickets are bought on the bus but you also have to book a seat, all the buses are clean and safe. Personally verified.
What you will ever choose, the people of Austria are always friendly with visitors and also with drivers. In Austria, there is no obligatory tip. However, the tipping is always welcome and the driver will enjoy a lot. If the driver was kind and helpful, you can leave about 5-10% of the price, or what you consider.
We also offer transfers to the other nearby towns. Anton: St. Christoph, Zurs, Lech, Oberlech, Zug, Stuben, Langen, Klösterle, Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch, Strengen, Landeck, Fiss, Serfaus, Kappl, Ischgl, Galtur.