Mostwastl

Mostwastlweg 3, Salzburg, 5082, Austria
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Train travel

by cochotorena

Does Hotel Crowne Plaza The Pitter, in Salzburg, Austria, have a concierge? If so, can they make train travel arrangements from hotel to Vienna? Can we arrange tickets for tours in Salzburg? Thank you. Ceci

Re: Train travel

by June.b

4-star usually have a concierge for those travel arrangements and tours, but u can also buy your train ticket online at:

http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Servicebox/Online-Ticket/

for tours, u can arrange it with the tourist office in the city centre or at the one at the train station, if u want to get away with the extra charge from the hotel concierge.

I like salzburg and enjoyed it very much, don't forget to take the funicular train up the hohensalzburg castle cost i think around EUR10 incl. entrance - the view up is amazing. have fun!

Re: Train travel

by nicolaitan

the salzburg train station is easy to deal with. twice we just walked in and bought our tickets for the next train out, once to hallein and once to vienna. no need to have a middleman involved.

panorama runs most of the tours, check their website. do understand that salzburg is quite compact and you can get everywhere you need to on foot. if you are seeing the major sites in the old town, the taxi fare, should you use or need one, is at the very most going to be 10 Eu and probably less. your hotel is just a very short walk from the mirabel gardens and palace, where you can conveniently begin your walking tour of the whole city. (and not more than a few short blocks from the train station by the way ).

if you have time, we much enjoyed our trip to the salt mines in hallein.

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Sound of Music Tour in February- still worth it.

by GreenTraveler

Besides the cool little streets with beautiful shops and the amazing view from the fort, the Sound of Music tour was great! My mom and I took it in February when the "Hills were alive with..." SNOW and it was still fun. Visiting Mozarts' home. Get the headphones and take the tour. Wow. So much history in such a small place. Truly touching.

not just the well-known sites

by adinda

This is the house opposite Mozart's. Also worth a picture, we thought. Salzburg has beautiful small streets, which makes it fun to walk around. Typical of houses in these streets are the windows which become smaller from the first floor upwards and their beautiful portals, such as the portal of No. 9, Mozart's Birthplace. The Mozart Museum is located in the rooms formerly occupied by the Mozart Family.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

by TinKan

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in this town and you can visit his birth home that is located in the old city center. He was born in 1756 and died in 1791. Mozart is touted as one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time and was sough after through out Europe to play for kings and queens. While here you may just acquire a taste for classical music.

Other cities to see from Salzburg

by WrigleyTodd

Salzburg is centrally located in Europe, so there are several great Euro cities to see that are within 6 hour train rides. Here are a few options:

Munich (1 hour)
Vienna (3.5 hours)
Prague (6 hours)
Zurich (6 hours)
Venice (5 hours)
Budapest (6 or 7 hours)
Bratislava (4.5 hours)
And many more...

Viennesse Beef!

by kentishgirl


All of the food I tasted in Salzburg was first class, and I went out of my way to try the local dishes.

One of these was Viennesse Beef! Served with a mint sauce and spinach...fabulous!

Remember....Strudel, Schnitzel, Knodel,Bratwurst...

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