Zermatt is a sublime heaven for snow lovers, all the rave about this up and coming ski resort happens to be completely vindicated. This resort offers everything from fantastic ski runs, stunning chalets and a vibrant night life. In Zermatt, you don’t want to miss a beat.
Zermatt is thoroughly pedestrianised, so whilst getting there ‘aint that simple, the route certainly has a charm of its own. Make your flight arrival at Milan Malpensa Airport only 90km away, or other reasonably close airports include Geneva, Zurich and Basel. From there rent a chauffeur driven SUV to get to Tasch where you would board the world famous Glacier Express into Zermatt. A luxury 4x4 SUV rental is the best way to reach the base of the Matterhorn region.
On arrival at Matterhorn rent the Mercedes G63 AMG, this fierce six wheel beast, has the requisite power to make tracks across the unrelenting snow laden plains of the Matterhorn region, where snow is a fact of life 365 days a year. En route consider the Range Rover Vogue, brilliant both on and off road, have it either chauffeur driven or experience a smooth drive of the luxury SUV yourself. Our elite “meet and greet” service endeavours to work around your car hire needs, whether it be a chauffeur request or a pick up and drop off from different locations. The Jeep Grand Cherokee may also appeal for its wider interior, stronger build and luxury design. The most awarded SUV, it does not leave its passengers unsatisfied.
Zermatt is the snow paradise, offering pistes at levels from beginners through to experts. There is the full gamut of other snow sports also available including winter hiking paths and snowshoe trails, tobogganing, and paragliding all offering breathtaking views of the snowy Matterhorn. Considered by many to be the gourmet capital of the Alps, there is a wealth of restaurants to choose from, some offer the hearty local favourites, others offer haute cuisine flaunting an international flavour. The choice is yours, the welcome is enticing.
Rent an SUV to get to Zermatt, where the mountain pinnacle scrapes the heavens.