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Nearby airports Saas-Fee

Milan Malpensa (MXP)  •  3 h 49 min

$73 - $107

Zurich (ZRH)  •  3 h 37 min

$83 - $143

Geneva (GVA)  •  3 h 37 min

$74 - $127

Milan Linate (LIN)  •  4 h 32 min

  1. ×2

$59 - $98

Sion (SIR)  •  1 h 43 min

$33 - $54

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Bus from Nearby airports to Saas-Fee

You can take a bus from Milan Malpensa (MXP) to Saas-Fee via Domodossola, Stazione, Domodossola, Brig, and Brig, Bahnhof in around 3 h 49 min.

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How to get from Nearby airports to Saas-Fee

ModeDurationPrice
From Malpensa, aeroporto bus to Domodossola, Stazione, walk to Domodossola, train to Brig, walk to Brig, Bahnhof, then bus to Saas-Fee, Busterminal.3 h 49 minSFr 89
From Zürich Flughafen train to Visp, walk to Visp, Bahnhof Süd, then line 511 bus to Saas-Fee, Busterminal.3 h 37 minSFr 137
From Genève-Aéroport train to Visp, walk to Visp, Bahnhof Süd, then line 511 bus to Saas-Fee, Busterminal.3 h 37 minSFr 122
From Milan Linate Airport bus to Milan Central Station, walk to Milano Centrale, train to Brig, train to Visp, walk to Visp, Bahnhof Süd, then line 511 bus to Saas-Fee, Busterminal.4 h 32 minSFr 82
From Sion train to Visp, walk to Visp, Bahnhof Süd, then line 511 bus to Saas-Fee, Busterminal.1 h 43 minSFr 49

How long does it take to get from Nearby airports to Saas-Fee?

It takes approximately 3 h 49 min to get from Nearby airports to Saas-Fee, including transfers.

Operators from Nearby airports to Saas-Fee

OperatorPhoneWebsite
Swiss PostAutoSwiss PostAuto
Trenitalia Eurocity+39 06 68475475Trenitalia Eurocity
Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS)Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS)
Milan MetroMilan Metro