Getting to Au-Schoppernau

Au-Schoppernau is easily reached in under two hours by car from Zurich, Memmingen or Friedrichshafen airports. If you book an early morning flight arrival time you can get to your hotel before lunchtime and ski in the afternoon.

Nearest Airports to Au-Schoppernau

The closest main international airport for Au-Schoppernau is Zurich. While the transfer from Zurich to Au-Schoppernau is easy, the regional airports at Friedrichshafen and Memmingen are nearer.

Friedrichshafen 83km – 1 hour 20 minutes by car
Memmingen 125km – 1 hour 40 minutes by car
Zurich 160km – 2 hours by car

Airport Transfers to Au-Schoppernau

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Getting to Bregenz by Rail then Taxi to Au Schoppernau

There are direct train services from Zurich airport to Bregenz (1 hour 25 minutes) three times daily, then allow approximately 1 hour to transfer by taxi from Bregenz to Au-Schoppernau and ask your hotel to arrange a taxi for you. For train times from Zurich to Bregenz visit the Swiss Railways website at

Driving to Au Schoppernau

From Friedrichshafen airport take the B30/A96 direction Lindau / Bregenz, continue via the A14 motorway as far as Dornbirn Nord (exit 14) then follow the B200 sign-posted Brenzerwald to Au-Schoppernau. If flying into Memmingen (north of Friedrichshafen) you join the A96 higher up and follow the same southerly route to Austria via A14 as far as Dornbirn Nord then the B200 to Bregenzerwald.

Zurich is further to drive, but it’s an easy journey by car and with the advantage that there are many more flights daily so if you fly via Zurich you have more chance to ski both on the day of arrival and day of departure. From Zurich airport follow A1/A4/E41/A13 then cross the border into Austria at Diepoldsau and take A14/E16 motorway direction Bregenz / Innsbruck as far as the same Dornbirn Nord exit then follow B200 sign-posted Bregenzerwald as far as Au-Schoppernau.

Approximate distances from European cities:

Amsterdam 875km / 8 hours 10 minutes
Brussels 812km / 7 hours 30 minutes
Calais 1,000km / 9 hours
Frankfurt 457km / 4 hours 20 minutes
Munich 234km / 2 hours 45 minutes
Paris 763km / 7 hours 50 minutes

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