Minotel Gappmayer

Loig, Dr.-M.-Laireiter-Strasse 9, Salzburg, A5020, Austria
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by ceciocho

Can someone please tell me how to find the times that the trains leave Salzburg, Austria to Vienna, Austria. Is there a web page? We want to leave Salzburg to get to Vienna by 8:00 in the morning. Also, do you know if there are different trains that travel from Salzburg to Vienna and which one do you recommend. We are only going for the day, returning in the evening.


by K_V_B

www.oebb.at is the website of the railway company, where you can find all about times and prices. I recommend you just buy a return ticket at the station on the day of travel and take the first train that leaves at a time convenient to you.


by Maryimelda

The earliest train leaves Salzburg at 5.00am and gets to Vienna at 8.28am. The next one leaves Salzburg at 6.00am and gets to Vienna at 8.40am. Is it important that you be in Vienna NO LATER than 8am? If so, you may have to consider going the night before.

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Perfect Location for a Solo Traveller

by AnnS

If you fancy taking a trip alone, perhaps just to re-charge your batteries, Salzburg is the perfect location. The city is extremely safe, day and night, and it's very easy to find your way around. Transport links are very good, standards of accommodation high, the local people are helpful and friendly, and there are plenty of good restaurants where you are welcomed as a single diner.

Salzburg Tip

by andreslo2000

Do you like Foreman? No, no the boxer who fought Mohammad Ali some 30 years ago. I mean the film director. Milos, that's the name. And do you like Camus? Albert Camus.
And now I shall put two of them together, just for you.
As I was walking through the ancient center of the city I suddenly found myself in front of a graveyard doors. Have you ever experienced the chill which crawls your body entering such places? Well that chill made me entering. And in the very beggining there was a grave. Small, not a big monument but there were fresh flowers on it. All around just dusky graves from the past and yet one little grave was blossoming just like a sunshine would lighten only that particular grave. Who lies in it? And here come Milos and Albert. As I read the inscription I found out that Constance Weber married Mozart is buried in it. And that suddenly brought some memories. You know just like in Camus'es novel 'Searching of the Lost Time'. Constanze played by Elizabeth Berridge in Foreman's Amadeus, not a very famous actress, but that was not an issue. Memories carried me away in the past to that particular movie-show... Well, that's another storry.

World Heritage

by aramat

Salzburg received the WH title in 1996 for "being an important example of a European ecclesiastical city-state which reserves to a remarkable degree its dramatic townscape, its historically significant urban fabric and a large number of outstanding ecclesiastical and secular buildings from several centuries. It is also noteworthy for its associations with the arts, and in particular with music in the person of its famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" (UNESCO World Heritage Committee).

Best way to get to Salzburg

by WrigleyTodd

Since Salzburg's airport is relatively small, it can be very expensive to fly directly into Salzburg, and chances are your trip will include a transfer or two. My suggestion is to fly into Munich or Vienna and then take the train to Salzburg. Plus, if you want, you can make a day trip in those cities and see a bit more stuff. Although, I'd recommnd going straight for Salzburg... one day in Munich or Vienna isn't good. From Munich, it is about a one hour train ride and from Vienna about 3 and a half hours. The trains are always on time, comfortable when traveling less than 5 hours and very affordable. Go to www.raileurope.com for schedules and fares.


by Escadora7

There's no way to escape it when you are in Salzburg: MOZART everywhere and everything. And when too much of a good thing is too much, there's one Mozart-item you don't want to miss: the Mozartkugel. This delicious little ball consist of a core of Marzipan, surrounded by dark and light nougat-creme, coated with a layer of dark chocolate, and is then wrapped into an aluminum foil with - who would have guessed - Mozart's face grinning at you.

And what does a chocolate ball have to do with Mozart???
Here's a little history: aprx. 100 years after the composer's death, the Austrian baker Paul Fürst started to produce little Marzipan balls, rolled them in a walnut-nougat creme, and put the on little sticks. He then dunked them into warm chocolate until the became evenly round. The original Mozartkugel was born. Fürst named the sweet after the composer to express his reference for his fellow Salzburgian. The original Fürst bakery and coffeshop can still be found in Salzburg, and the original Fürst Mozartkugeln can be recognized on their silver/blue packaging ("The original Salzburg mozartball").

Nowadays you have several companies making Mozartkugeln - one of the most famous one is Mirabell, whose product is recognizable from their famous red/gold packaging ("The genuine Salzburg mozartball").


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Address: Loig, Dr.-M.-Laireiter-Strasse 9, Salzburg, A5020, Austria