Taxi & bus transfer to St. Moritz

Exclusive trips from the airport to St. Moritz in the Engadin (CH)

St. Moritz is a luxurious holiday resort in the Engadin and offers you a variety of interesting activities. With our reliable transfer service, we will take you directly to your winter holiday in St. Moritz.

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Elmar, Lydia & Jonas Prenner

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Our transfer offers to St. Moritz

Many travel by train, plane or bus to Landeck, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Munich, Memmingen or Friedrichshafen. The journey is easy and quick to plan, as there are many providers and options. But the onward journey to St. Moritz using public transport is cumbersome and time-consuming.

We offer the ideal solution to this problem. An individual shuttle service in a minibus. We will pick you up punctually at the desired time and take you to your destination as quickly as possible. Without waiting times, without changing trains – so that your holiday can start in a relaxed way.

Prices from Austria to St. Moritz

Transfer Landeck/Zams - St. Moritz

from Landeck/Zams
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 130 km
  • 2:00 h
  • up to 8 passengers

Transfer Innsbruck - St. Moritz

from station or airport Innsbruck
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 195 km
  • 2:50 h
  • up to 8 passengers

Transfer Salzburg - St. Moritz

from airport Salzburg
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 380 km
  • 4:45 h
  • up to 8 passengers

Prices from Germany to St. Moritz

Transfer Memmingen - St. Moritz

from airport Memmingen
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 270 km
  • 3:45 h
  • up to 8 passengers

Transfer Friedrichshafen - St. Moritz

from airport Friedrichshafen
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 270 km
  • 3:45 h
  • up to 8 passengers

Transfer Munich- St. Moritz

from airport Munich
incl. all taxes & costs
  • 320 km
  • 4:40 h
  • up to 8 passengers

From a different location to St. Moritz

Would you like to travel to St. Moritz from a different location or are you in a group of more than 8 people? No problem, we would be happy to make you an individual offer.

Information about St. Moritz

The Swiss municipality of St. Moritz (1,822m) is located in the canton of Graubünden. The almost 5,000 inhabitants are divided into the districts of St. Moritz-Dorf, St. Moritz-Bad, Suvretta and Champfer. The landscape around St. Moritz, next to the Inn and the famous Lake St. Moritz, is characterized above all by the imposing mountains. Among other things, St. Moritz has established itself as a well-known luxury health resort by hosting the Olympic Winter Games (1928 and 1948).

St. Moritz is always worth a visit. The churches in St. Moritz Dorf and St. Moritz-Bad are definitely worth seeing. You should also visit the “Leaning Tower” as a landmark of the town. The Segantini Museum and the Engadine Museum are also recommended.

However, the numerous grand hotels certainly shape the overall picture of St. Moritz the most. These include Badrutt’s Palace, Hotel Suvretta House, Hotel Kulm and many more.

St. Moritz offers numerous opportunities for winter sports.

Skiing: The Corviglia St. Moritz ski area in particular is very popular. With a total of 150 perfectly groomed kilometers of pistes spread over 87 pistes, the area offers the right descent for everyone.

Cross-country skiing: With over 230 kilometers of trails, the Upper Engadin and St. Moritz are a real cross-country skiing paradise.

Ice skating: A perfectly groomed natural track on Lake St. Moritz is just the beginning. In addition to ice skating, ice hockey, curling and ice stock sport are also available. The highlight on ice is certainly the ice path Madulain – which leads you along the river past a picturesque winter landscape.

Hiking: The surrounding forests and frozen lakes invite you to a unique winter hike. Whether it’s a leisurely evening walk or a long hike – St. Moritz and its mountains offer a wide range of possibilities.



Of course, in addition to the wide range of winter sports, there are also a number of other interesting things to discover. Above all, we recommend the following alternatives:

Horse-drawn carriage ride: Enjoying nature in a completely relaxed manner? A comfortable carriage ride is perfect for this. At a leisurely pace, you can quickly forget the hustle and let your thoughts wander.

Shopping: The luxury shopping mile on Via Serlas in St. Moritz is certainly a highlight. A unique shopping experience is offered with 74 shops, most of which are luxury brand stores – rounded off with local specialty and souvenir shops.

Nightlife: Fancy. This word best describes St. Moritz at night. Whether it’s a bar, lounge or club – there’s something for everyone. Worth mentioning is certainly the legendary Dracula Club, which is world famous for its exclusive parties. Of course, there are also numerous other party locations.

Wellness: The OVAVERVA indoor pool offers a large spa area with saunas and massages. There is also an indoor and outdoor pool with water slides and a children’s area.

St. Moritz offers a wide range of accommodation. Everything is included, from luxury grand hotels to stylish holiday apartments.

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