Hotel Blaue Gans

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Getreidegasse 41-43, Herbert-von-Karajan Platz 3, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 42% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples86
  • Solo77
  • Business93

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in the Golden Chamberin the Golden Chamber

St George's ChapelSt George's Chapel

Forum Posts

salzburg train station

by yapsh

I hope soneome can help me. I want to get a train from salzburg airport to fuessen in germany. . can someone pls tell me if there is a train from the airport to fuessen bavaria pls, and where is salzburg hbf?? is salzburg hbf the main train station in salzburg?
also i want to take a train from salzburg to halstatt pls can u help me with the names of these stations so i am booking to go to the right places?
i went into the german train website www.bahn to try and book and there are alot of salzburg stations i dont know which one means salzburg city center station.or airport station.
pls help
thks
yap

Re: salzburg train station

by globetrott

from Salzburg airport there is only a bus as far as I know to salzburg hbf and thats the main train station "Salzburg Hauptbahnhof"

FUESSEN BAHNHOF is the right one for you, but you can also write there:
Hohenschwangau, Schwangau (Schlösser)
and get also the times of Bus 73 going from Fuessen to the castles

Re: salzburg train station

by Maryimelda

There is no need to book a train from Salzburg to Hallstatt. They are very regular and don't book out. Sometimes you may have to go part of the way by bus but that is not a problem as the buses leave from right in front of the railway station. It depends what time of the day you wish to travel. From memory I think I paid about 9 Euro for the fare to Hallstatt. If you travel by bus from Salzburg you will transfer to a train in Bad Ischl. If you travel by train from Salzburg, you will have to change trains at Attnang Puchheim. When you board the second train be sure to sit on the right hand side facing the front for the best view of the wonderful scenery.

Re: salzburg train station

by Maryimelda

Er sorry, I can't tell my left from my right. You need to sit on the left hand side facing the front.

Re: salzburg train station

by Toffyna

also i want to take a train from salzburg to halstatt pls can u help me with the names of these stations so i am booking to go to the right places ?

You can find details here http://www.oebb.at/pv/de/Guenstiger_Reisen/Gruppen/Einfach-Raus-Ticket/index.jsp

This is the example for 08/08/10 from 8.00 AM http://www.oebb.at/pv/de/Servicebox/Fahrplanabfrage/index.jsp

Hope that it can help you .

Re: salzburg train station

by globetrott

make a new question in the Salzburg-Forum and give us the places you want to go to!
these links dont help US anything !

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Best places to visit 90 degree (f) weather

by bookworm101

Music and Mozart are everywhere, you can't miss them. I would recommend visiting the churches particularly if the heat and humidity are high. Few places have air conditioning, but the places of worship have a wide variety of architecture and are cool enough to permit taking the time to appreciate the artistry.

Sometimes it is good to wander on a snowy night

by Jim70563

Well, this is an easy one. Last winter, in December, I was in Salzburg for dinner. It was after 2000 so all the shops were closed, just people out for late dinners or socializing in taverns and coffee houses.
As I walked into the square directly below the castle (See the picture, the archways are center) I heard music being played softly on a stringed instrument I did not recognize. I walked towards the location the music was coming from. In the archways leading into the square was a man playing a large wooden stringed instrument. He was singing a sad sounding song in a Balkans language. I sat there listening to the haunting music as it echoed throughout the empty square. There was a light snow falling and I was the only audience in sight. I walked around the square listening to his music. I went back and gave him a $20.00 bill (US dollars) I had not hit an ATM yet to get Shillings. He smiled and stopped playing. we both looked up at the snow and he began to play again, another sad sounding song. I smiled and walked away.

The fact that moments like this can happen here is why I love living in Europe.

Live WebCams

by rui_bijie

Take a look on the various webcams in Salzburg. Sometimes the live picture might not be satisfying (like on March 1st) - click on "Schoenwetter" for a sunny view or "Nacht" for a night view:

http://www.salzburg.com/freizeit/livecams

Walk east of Mozartplatz

by WrigleyTodd

One of the most commonly overlooked sections of Salzburg is just east of Mozartplatz, between Kaigasse and the river. There is a lot of history and interesting architecture over in this area... plus, this is where the seats of the Salzburg government and the city public affairs offices are located. Definitely worth a quick stroll through these streets.

Beer and Brat Fest

by TinKan

Give an Austrian a reason to party and he will. Give him a chance to sing and dance and he will entertain you. For the few days we were there it seemed that all the folks wanted to do was party and as good guests we partied right along with them. The food and the beer were great. Try some of the rot brat and cold beer to get you in the mood to dance with the locals.

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 Hotel Blaue Gans

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Arthotel Blaue Gans Salzburg
Arthotel Blaue Gans Hotel Salzburg

Address: Getreidegasse 41-43, Herbert-von-Karajan Platz 3, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria