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Matterhorn Terminal Täsch

If you want to reach vehicle-free Zermatt by car, simply make a stop at the Matterhorn Terminal in Täsch. The transfer hub is equipped with everything that travellers need – from a spacious parking garage and ATMs to shuttle trains to Zermatt.

New: You can book your parking place easily in advance now (parking duration: at least 1 day).

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More information about the terminal

Matterhorn Terminal Täsch

3929 Täsch

Telephone +41 (0)27 967 12 14

Fax +41 (0)27 967 12 14

Parking fees

Time Car Coaches
Up to 2 hours CHF 4.00 CHF 20.00
Up to 4 hours CHF 7.50  
Up to 6 hours CHF 10.50  
Up to 8 hours CHF 13.50 CHF 30.00
1 day CHF 15.50 per day CHF 40.00 per day
Up to 8 days CHF 14.50 per day  

Open for you 365 days a year

The Matterhorn Terminal in Täsch is open for you 365 days a year and offers the following services:

  • Parking garage with 24-hour service
  • 2100 parking spaces on three levels (height 2.30 m) with direct access to the shuttle railway station
  • 18 luggage trolley stations, deposit payable in CHF and €
  • Shuttle every 20 minutes to Zermatt, from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm, 365 days a year, with 24-hour service from Thursday to Sunday
  • Ticket and information counter, seven automatic ticket machines, payments accepted with cash, debit or credit card
  • Food, beverages, toiletry items, newspapers, souvenirs and sporting goods
  • Bathroom facilities/change tables
  • 24-hour ATM
  • Telephone booths with text message and e-mail service (payment in CHF and € or with credit card)
  • Lockers (payment in CHF and €)
  • Five parking spaces in garage with free electric charging station (type 2/16 A/3 Ph)
  • Short-term parking for cars and buses in outdoor area
  • In winter: Changing stalls and direct access to cross-country ski trail

In close proximity:

  • Shops, hotels, restaurants
  • Cross-country ski trail
  • Village of Täsch
  • Summer: Starting point for hiking and tours