Direct Taxi Transfer at great price for INDIVIDUALS or GROUPS!
If you are looking for a direct taxi transfer from / to the airport then for this season we have a new transfer service to St.Anton which will take you straight from the airport to your hotel / apartment in St.Anton. For full details click here.
There is a train station situated at Friedrichshafen and you will be able to get to St.Anton from here but you will need to make one or two connection changes. For the rail network journey planner click here.
If you are thinking of car hire from Friedrichshafen we suggest that you check out Rhino Car Hire as they offer very good prices. Directions by car to St.Anton can be found below. Also remember when booking your car hire to ask for WINTER TYRES and CHECK they are fitted when you collect the car.
Directions to St.Anton via road:
Turn right as you leave the airport terminal and drive about 500m until you reach a T Junction. Turn left here and this will bring down to a roundabout where you turn right towards Friedrichshafen. As you come into Friedrichshafen itself you will go through a set of traffic lights and should then see in front / above you a flyover. Go underneath the flyover and then take a filter left. This is signposted towards Lindau and there will be a Lidl supermarket on your right. The road number is 31. You will continue towards Lindau for about 20km until you come to the main Munich / Innsbruck motorway. The number of this motorway is 96. When you reach it you have to take a left turn onto it heading towards Bregenz. This will take you to the German / Austrian border, if your car does not have an Austrian tax disc (vignette) you must purchase one here, they are not expensive – under 10 Euro for ten days. Once through the border stay on the motorway, you will pass through a long tunnel under Bregenz. Once through the tunnel you continue for about another 50km until the road becomes single carriageway. Continue for about a further 15km and then the road once again becomes dual carriageway. Continue through a couple of short tunnels until you go through a very long tunnel of several kilometres – this is the Arlberg tunnel – and at the end of it you exit to St.Anton. There is a small toll for using this tunnel. You can avoid the tunnel by taking the Arlberg pass to St.Anton as long as there is not snow on it.