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With cheap flights, party coaches departing from 9 UK cities or the official SB Road Trip, there's more than one way to make it the mountains! Just make sure you get there... With UK to Munich flights starting from just £65 return, why not sort your travel right now and get ahead of the game!

FLY

With three major airports nearby, there are tonnes of well priced return flights that'll get you to the 'hof from all over the UK and Europe. Munich tends to be the cheapest and offers flights pretty much daily from every main city airport, whilst Innsbruck and Salzburg also provide good alternatives. Head to our Flights of the Week blog to see what your best option is now! Once you've got these in the bag, shoot us the details, then let us deliver you straight from the airport to your hotel. Easy.

AIRPORT TRANSFERS

Flight booked. Tick. OK, you've got three options. If you fly to Munich (MUC), we can get you to Mayrhofen in 2.5 hours for £39. Easy. Otherwise you've got Innsbruck (INN), hour and a half, for £32, or Salzburg (SZG) - three hours. £39. Perfect for a snooze.

UK LAND COACHES

Why not jump in a coach to SB? Sling your skis in the boot whilst your mates grab the back row, then sit back and relax as you wind your way to the mountains. With coaches running from 9 UK cities to the festival doorstep and back, it’s the cheapest and most hassle-free mode going. All aboard!

THE SB ROAD TRIP

Fancy being part of Europe’s silliest, daftest and most fun road trip, spanning 4 countries in a mad two-day whirlwind adventure? Do you yearn for the open road and long to be part of a lawless gang of miscreants with one sole purpose of fun on their minds? If the answer to all those questions is yes, then we think we have just the ticket…. Welcome to the SB18 Road Trip, the wackiest way to get to Snowbombing! 

TRAIN

Always fancied an alpine locomotive experience? There is a train station just outside the centre of the resort, that services trains from Munich and Salzburg, with a quick change at Jenbach for a local Zillertalbahn connection.

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