Rauscher

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kurpromenade 20, Bad Hofgastein, Salzburg, 5630, Austria
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Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Zetulio

My wife and I are arriving in Munich on 24.12.2009 and need help with transportation to Salzburg. What is the best way to reach Salzburg by train and cost? can someone help me?

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by HansDK

I assume you arrive at Munich Airport.

You can find timetables here: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: MUC
To: Salzburg
Means of transport: select "only local transport" - will only take about 13 min longer compared to going by EC/ICE trains

Bavaria ticket cost EUR 28 (for up to 5 persons traveling together from 9 a.m. until 3 a.m. of the following day).

Normal one-way fare for 2 is EUR 57.

You can't reserve seats on S-trains and regional trains, so no need to book in advance. Trains in Germany can not get sold out.

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Zetulio

Thank you, this is really helpful. We will be arriving to Salzburg Friday night December 25th. and staying over the weekend. Do you happen to know if there is anything special going that weekend?

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Zetulio

Thank you very helpful. we will be also traveling to Vienna and then Prague. Do should we purchase a Euro pass instead? What do you think?

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Maryimelda

Absolutely not. Either book online in the hope of getting a cheap fare or just rock up and buy your tickets at each point. Don't be fooled into thinking that a Eurail Pass will be a cheaper option, it certainly won't be for the few places you are going to visit. Bookings from Salzburg to Vienna and from Vienna to Prague can be made here:
http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/oebb.w02/query.exe/en

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Zetulio

Wow... this is good to know thank you so much for your input.

Re: Munich to Salzburg... train question

by Zetulio

we are considering a day trip to Vratislava from Vienna but were not thinking of Budapest. How far is Budapest? are you saying that if we do this day trips the Euro Pass will make sense?

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Get the Salzburg Card!

by Sammyfloyd

The Salzburg Card is a must. It represents extremely good value. The 24-hour version costs close to 20 Euros, but gives you admission (not a discount, but full admission!) to ALL the major sites in Salzburg including the Castle (with the tram ride up so you don't have to walk), Schloss Hellbrunn, Mozart's Birthhouse, Mozart's Residence and many more. It also includes free use of public transportation for the day so it is really a great deal. You can also elect to pay more for 48 hours, but I think you can see most of the major sites in one day. It is a much better value than the Vienna Card.

Walk around the town and get a...

by MooreTravels

Walk around the town and get a feeling for how it would be to live there. We were lucky and happened to visit on market day. The streets were packed with vendors selling just about anything you might think of. They also happened to be having an art fair and the art was 'cows' decorated and painted many different ways. I know that Salzburg could really care less about the Sound of Music...but I happen to be a huge fan and we were able to see all of the sights!

Walk through Getreidegasse.

by Deia

The most important shopping street at Mozart City and is frequented by countless tourists.At no 9 Getreidegasse,on 27 January 1756,Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born.Today the house is a museum and you will be able to see the first violin which Mozart played when he was a child.

Great People

by Marpessa

In general the people that I met in Salzburg were very polite, especially the people associated with public transport (see my ‘Transport Tips’ for more information). But I also liked the fact that one morning as I was waiting for a bus, another lady approached the bus stop and said ‘Guten Morgen’, so I replied in kind. Usually where I come from you may acknowledge someone else approaching a bus stop with a smile, or sometimes if they are elderly you will say hello, but most of the time we keep to ourselves. Salzburg, to me, seemed like a very friendly place.

Ordering courses and getting the food all at once

by eurotravels

In the UK and, it seems, most of Europe, it is customary when you are ordering a meal to select your starter and main course at the same time. Don’t do that in Salzburg - we found that they cook it immediately then serve you when the food is ready. On three occasions (until we worked out what was going off) we found ourselves faced with a starter and main course at the same time- sort of spoils your appetite. Order one thing, eat it, then order another.

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