Pension B & B Helmhof

Lieferinger Hauptstrasse, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
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Transport inquiry.

by adit237

How do i get from salzburg airport to Lärchenstraße 5, 83334 Inzell, Munich, Germany. Can you suggest me train or taxi which will help me??

Re: Transport inquiry.

by christine.j

Bus no.180 will take you from Salzburg Airport to Bad Reichenhall, then take bus no.9526 (to Traunstein) to Inzell bus station. I don't know how close Lärchenstraße is from there, maybe other VT member can help you.If not, ask someone at the bus station or take a taxi.
I've taken the first bus and it's through a very nice area.

Re: Transport inquiry.

by puerto_lover

If you open Google Maps and copy/paste this address into the search box it shows the exact location either on a map or a satellite image !

Lärchenstraße 5, 83334 Inzell, Germany

According to the INZELL Tourist web site, if you can make a reservation more than 2 weeks ahead, they can arrange a Taxi to meet you at Salzburg airport and return for €20 ! Apparently it is half an hour journey.
Take a look at : http://www.inzell.de/en/travel-to-inzell

Re: Transport inquiry.

by adit237

It was very nice to help me out..but i wanna ask sumthin more...i hav to go to the hotel chiemgauer(Best western) which is situated at that address.

Re: Transport inquiry.

by christine.j

Send them an email and ask which stop is the best for you.I've stayed at several Best Western hotels, and I've always found them very helpful.
They may even provide a shuttle from the airport.

Re: Transport inquiry.

by adit237

Hey christine...can u tel me how to travel from Munich airport to Traustein..via train..or something which will be cheaper..plz can u help

Re: Transport inquiry.

by christine.j

Take S8 from the airport to München Ost (direction of Herrsching), then change into a local train to Traunstein. If you're on your own, get the Bavaria ticket single for 20 Euro, if you're with others (up to five alltogether) it will be 28 Euro. This ticket is valid on local trains only,after 9 am.
Travel time about 2 hours.
You can check trains and times on www.bahn.de, click on English for the English version.

Re: Transport inquiry.

by adit237

hey christine thanks a lot..u have helped me a lot..i appreciate it a lot..hey do u live somewhere near Traunstein..if so please tell me..neways MERRY CHRISTMAS to you n ur family..n again thnx a lot..i will be inn touch wid u..r u there on yahoo..if so let me know..

Re: Transport inquiry.

by christine.j

A Merry Christmas to you as well. I've spent some holidays in the Salzburg region and love it, but I live too far away from there, so now it'll be a while before I can go back.

Re: Transport inquiry.

by adit237

How do i travel from traustein to inzell????

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Biking, easiest way to get around

by CaliNorge

Salzburg is perfect for biking around. There are plenty of places to rent a 3 or 21 speed bike. The likelihood of you staying by the train station or outside the main attractions is high.
Salzburg has paths along the river set up for biking. It's perfect to cover a lot of ground in a few hours. If you go up to the fortress, just park and lock your bike at the bottom. I walked one day, and biked the next. I wish I had biked both days. I even biked to the Augustiner brewery one night.

Must see the Old town with the...

by jimnelli

Must see the Old town with the Salzburg Castle on top of the hill over looking old town. This is probably one of the most beautiful and interesting Castles in all of Europe. Walking around 'Old Town' under the watchful eye of the Salzburg Castle, and listening to all of the beautiful street Music, from the Ancient instruments to Gypsy type Music from Peru, to the most skilled violenist playing Mozart. It was Wonderful!

Salzburg in two days

by WrigleyTodd

I lived in Salzburg for four months and if I could live in one European city and speak the language proficiently, it would be Salzburg. (If anyone knows a job in Salzburg that needs only English-speaking employees, let me know.) However, based on my knowledge of the city and what tourists are interested in, I think it is safe to say a good two days is all you need to see the city well. One day you'll see a lot and can probably see most of the "must sees", but you won't get the full tourist package and you'll just leave the city wanting more.... which, unfortunately, is likely how you'll leave it no matter how many days, months or years you stay there. In two days, I would recommend spending between .5 and .7 days in new town walking around linzergasse and mirabell gardens and some of the other nice sidestreets. Also, you have a nice selection of restaurants on this side and a pension Trumer Stube which is excellent. Then, I would dedicate 1 full day to walking around old town, seeing residentzplataz, mozart platz, St. Peters, Getreidegasse (look at Mozart's birthplace, don't go inside though), the horse fountains, the road going through the mountain, the castle/fortress (only spend a half day or less at the top -- don't get carried away). Then, for the last .3 to .5 of a day, I'd choose one outskirt voyage... walking to Schloss Leopoldskron or a bus to Helbrun or a long walk along the river. Be sure to stop for short snacks (wurst or kebaps) and nice lunches and dinners (don't forget the applestrudel). One or one and a half days is just a tad too little. Three days is starting to get redundant with sites (unless you dive into museums and other inerds of the city). Two days should be perfect for a backpacker or tourist wanting to move on to Prague, Munich, Vienna, Venice or Zurich.

Flower Market

by german_eagle

Every Thursday, even in winter a nice flower market is held on Residenzplatz in the New Town. I was quite surprised when I stumbled across this small, charming market right as I started my sightseeing tour at Schloss Mirabell.

It was somehow funny to see the blooming flowers and the snow on the ground next to them on a crisp and sunny winter morning.

Mozart balls, Mozart balls,...

by diver-x

Mozart balls, Mozart balls, everywhere Mozart balls! Little foil-wrapped chocolate balls with marizpan and nuts inside: delicious! But which one's the best? In my humble opinion, the Mirabell Mozartkugeln (not pictured here) are the yummiest. They are completely round (not with the flat bottom) in the gold foil. They clearly say 'Mirabell' on them. But try them all and see which one you like best!

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Address: Lieferinger Hauptstrasse, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria