Getting here

Here’s how to reach our des­ti­na­tion

Andermatt can be easily reached from all directions. It is situated at an advantageous geographic location in the heart of Switzerland.

In the centre of the Alpine region

Owing to its central location, Andermatt can be reached quickly and easily by train, coach, or car. In addition, the village is the ideal base for discovering the diversity of Switzerland. The cantons of Ticino, Grissons, and Valais, as well as the Bernese uplands and Central Switzerland, can be reached quickly through various alpine passes in the immediate vicinity. 

Ar­riv­ing by train

Trains from Basel, Lucerne, Zurich, Zug, and Bellinzona, stop every hour in Göschenen. From there, you can change directly to the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway, which will take you to Andermatt in less than 10 minutes. You can find the corresponding schedules on the SBB website. The Andermatt railway station is located centrally, and using the underpass, you can reach the Gütsch Express gondola, the village centre, and Andermatt Reuss in just several minutes.  Also, world-famous Glacier Express to St. Moritz or Zermatt stops in Andermatt several times per day. 

  • Lucerne – Andermatt1 h 50 min
    Zurich – Andermatt2 h
    Basel – Andermatt3 h 10 min
    Chur – Andermatt2 h 25 min
    Brig – Andermatt2 h
    Zermatt – Andermatt3 h 15 min
    St. Moritz – Andermatt4 h 20 min
  • The Matterhorn Gotthard Railway offers a year-round car-train through the Furka Tunnel, which will bring you from the Ursern Valley to Goms in 20 minutes. In addition, a car-train runs between Andermatt and Sedrun in the Surselva during the winter. Both the Oberalp Pass and the Furka Pass are closed to personal vehicles during the winter. 

Ar­riv­ing by car

From Zurich or Lugano, the trip on the north-south A2 motorway takes less than 90 minutes to Göschenen. From there, you can reach Andermatt via the Schöllenen Gorge in less than 10 minutes.  

  • Lucerne – Andermatt55 min
    Zurich – Andermatt1 h 25 min
    Lugano – Andermatt1 h 25 min
    Milan – Andermatt2 h 20 min
    Munich – Andermatt4 h 20 min
  • Parking is available at the 24-hour car park in Andermatt Reuss, at the Gemsstock valley station, at the railway station, and at the golf course or, in winter, at the cross-country ski trail. Parking fees are charged at all areas. 

my­buxi – mo­bil­i­ty ser­vice

mybuxi is an innovative combination of bus and taxi. The ride service offers maximum flexibility – without needing an own vehicle and at affordable prices. mybuxi vehicles are ordered using the mybuxi app. Users enter the pick-up time and location, as well as the destination, and select the number of passengers. Other passengers who have booked a trip in the same direction can join the ride along the way. Known as pooling, this assures that vehicles are optimally utilised. mybuxi is thus a combination bus (jointly used vehicle) and taxi (on-demand ride). It uses electric cars operated with eco-power. The vehicles can be booked daily from 6 am to 1 am in Andermatt and the surrounding area.

Trav­el by air­craft

A number of airports are near Andermatt, from which you can be on the ski slopes or on the green the same afternoon: Zurich, Basel, Milan or the airfield for private aircraft at Buochs. From Buochs airfield the drive to Andermatt takes 45 minutes. 

  • Buochs45 min
    Zurich1 h 30 min
    Lugano1 h 30 min
    Milan Malpensa2 h 15 min
    Basel-Mulhouse2 h 20 min

Getting around

Distances in Andermatt are short, and you can get everywhere quickly on foot or by bike. The mountain village is well connected to the public transportation network, and free ski buses circulate through the entire village in winter.

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Visiting Andermatt

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