Cordial Theaterhotel Salzburg

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Schallmooser Haupstrasse 13, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Salzburg to Munich airport

by stacy_yx


I would like some advice here, hope you can help!

I am leaving Vienna on 7 dec afternoon to go to Salzburg to check out
- fortress
- christmas market
any other must see in Salzburg?

The thing is I have to take a flight from Munich airport on 9dec 12pm. So am wondering if I should option 1: spend 7 dec night in Salzburg then on 8 dec take a train to Munich centre to check out the Christmas market (is it worth?)
option 2: spend 7 dec and 8 dec nights in Salzburg then on 9 dec early morning 8am take a train direct to Munich airport? (is there anyspecial ticket like the bayern ticket for Munich-Salzburg)? Will this option be risky as in I can't catch my flight in time?
Option 3: if option 2 of travelling straight from Salzburg to Munich airport is a sound option, and if there is not much to chk out in my whirlwind trip in Salzburg, then I could stay one more day in Vienna and arrive in Salzburg only on 8 dec morning? ( I only planned for 2.5 days in Vienna ie I have planned to be in Vienna on 4dec noon prior to Salzburg)

Advice pls!!;)

Re: Salzburg to Munich airport

by stacy_yx

I was searching for fare online

and there is special for Vienna-Munich at only eur 29/39
Vienna- salzburg costs more at eur 47.50
As such would it be better for me to take day trip to salzburg from munich hotel?

Re: Salzburg to Munich airport

by Turtleshell

What I think is:

1) 2.5 days in Vienna is a bit tight. If possible, stay a day longer. Salzburg has the fortress, but other than that Vienna has more to offer, and the old towns look pretty similar.

2) It is *not* adviseable to take the train to Munich on Dec. 9th. Catching the train at 8am is too late. If (if!) all goes well, you'll be at Munich airport at around 11:00. That's too late, unless it's a national flight.

3) I would venture to say that the special offer (VIE-MUC) you found applies only if you book well in advance.
There is Bayern Ticket, a day pass valid in all of Bavaria, incl. public transport in, say: Munich. Even your train from/to Salzburg is included.
BUT: Dec. 9th is a working day, so your ticket won't be valid before 9am, and only on (slower) regional trains.

Conclusion: Stay in Vienna a bit longer if you can, but definitely be in Munich the day before you fly out of Germany. There's enough to see in Munich (not only the Christmas Markets), and in my opinion Munich differs more from Vienna than Salzburg does.
If you definitely want to see Salzburg, it would perhaps be best to take an early morning train,from Vienna to Munich via Salzburg. See the fortress, the old town and perhaps Mirabellengarten (December is the wrong time, though) and then proceed to Munich.

Re: Salzburg to Munich airport

by stacy_yx

Thks for the advice. I will prob do jus that. Stay in Vienna a little longer then head to Munich. I suppose I can buy a ticket to Munich but while the train passes thru Salzburg in the morning.. I will break the trip and tour round Salzburg a bit before headin to Munich ( it's still considered as one ticket right?)
any idea if there are safe big locker service at Salzburg station since I will be travelling w luggage??

Re: Salzburg to Munich airport

by Turtleshell

> ( it's still considered as one ticket right?)

Yes. Within the validity, one or two days if I remember correctly, you can get off the train and do as much sightseeing as you want. Unless of course, you booked a discounted ticket for one particular train.

There are lockers at Salzburg Hauptbahnhof for EUR 2 (small) to EUR 3.50 (big).

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Comfortable footwear - a must

by joanj

As there is such a lot to see in this wonderful city, comfortable footwear is a must. There are a few cobbled streets, and in wet weather, they become slippery. Yes even in June we had a heavy shower.

Take the Sound of Music bus...

by hslowe

Take the Sound of Music bus tour. Yes, it's cheesy, but it's also great fun, and you'll be transported up into the mountains to places you might not normally go, like St. Gilgen and Mondsee. An efficient way to see Salzburg's surrounding area. P.S. If you're a fan of the movie, brush up on your trivia before you board...there are chances to win free beer if you answer questions correctly.

Salzburg is a pretty small...

by VincenZzo

Salzburg is a pretty small place. You can probably visit it entirely in 2-3 day. Tons of church per street ratio. It is a really quiet environment, mainly touristic but not so anoying yet like other european city... maybe because it may be a little expensive to stay there. Have you ever seen an Homeless guy playing Harp for some spare changes???

Try going across the river for...

by jujub

Try going across the river for a different part of town; it didn't have as many tourists as the main downtown area. We were looking for the Mirabel Palace; the garden is worth a look. Even though it was winter, there were a few flowers in it -- i can only imagine how beautiful it must be in the springtime.

Brezen Recipe

by Escadora7


1 package active dry yeast
1 cup (225 ml) warm water
2 cups (475 ml) to 3 cups (700 ml) all purpose flour
2 tbsp (30 ml) salad oil
1 tbsp (15 ml) sugar
6 tbsp (90 ml) baking soda in 6 cups (1425 ml) water
coarse salt


- In a bowl, dissolve yeast in water.
- Add 1-1/2 cups (350 ml) of the flour, the oil, and sugar.
- Beat for about 3 minutes to make a smooth batter.
- Gradually stir in enough of the remaining flour to form a soft dough.
- Turn out onto a floured board and knead until smooth and satiny (about 5 minutes) adding flour as needed to prevent sticking.
- Place dough in a greased bowl; turn over to grease top.
- Cover and let rise in a warm place until double (about 1 hour).
- Punch down dough, turn out onto a floured board,and divide into several pieces.
- Shape each into a smooth ball by gently kneading.
- Then roll each into a smooth rope, and twist into a pretzel shape.
- Place slightly apart on a greased baking sheet turning loose ends underneath.
- Let rise, uncovered, until puffy (about 25 minutes).
- Meanwhile, in a 3-quart stainless steel or enameled pan (not aluminum) bring soda water to a boil; adjust water to keep water boiling gently.
- With a slotted spatula, lower 1 pretzel at a time into pan.
- Let simmer for 10 seconds on each side, then lift from water, drain briefly on spatula, and return to baking sheet.
- Let dry briefly, then sprinkle with coarse salt and let stand, uncovered, until all have simmered.
- Bake in a preheated 425 degree (225 C.) oven for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Transfer to racks.
- Serve warm with butter, mustard or even cream cheese.
- Or let cool completely, wrap airtight,and freeze.
- To reheat, place frozen on ungreased baking sheets and bake in a preheated 400 degree (200 C.) oven for about 10 minutes or until hot.

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Address: Schallmooser Haupstrasse 13, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria