Vital Hotel Kobenzl

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Am Gaisberg 11, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

bayern -- bohmen ticket

by vpas

does anyone know about the above mentioned ticket?is it a cheaper way of travelling between salzburg and prague for two adults and one child aged 12?how does one get this ticket?
thank you for your time.

Re: bayern -- bohmen ticket

by travelfrosch

The Bayern-Böhmen Ticket is valid from Salzburg through Bavaria and into the Czech Republic as far as Pilzen. However, be aware you'll need to take local transportation from Salzburg to Munich, then change to a local train to Pilzen. To get to Prague, you'll need to buy tickets from Pilzen to Prague. I've been told you can buy them from the conductor for a modest surcharge, but I haven't done this myself (when I used it, I took the reverse trip from Prague to Munich, after buying tickets from Prague to Pilzen at the Prague train station). Be advised, Salzburg-Munich-Prague by local transport is a LONG trip.

Cost of a Bayern-Böhmen Ticket is EUR 33 for up to 5 adults (2 children count as an adult), either online or from a ticket machine. There is a DB ticket machine at the Salzburg train station. It definitely sells Bayern-Tickets, but I'm not 100% sure of Bayern-Böhmen Tickets. Failing that, you can buy the ticket from the DB ticket window (yes, there is a German ticket counter at the Salzburg train station) for a EUR 2 surcharge, or a price of EUR 35. DB has a description of the details of the ticket -- take a look at (German only) for details.

Re: bayern -- bohmen ticket

by christine.j

"Two children count as one adult" - not quite. It doesn't make any difference for you, but in case someone else reads this I'd like to put it differently.

If it's a family, parents or grandparents, all children younger than 15 can use this ticket with their parents or grandparents. But if it's not a family, the five people rule limits the number of children.So one adult cannot take eight teenagers and say they count as four other adults.

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Dont miss the surroundings!

by Anjutka

When visiting Salzburg you should not miss the great surroundings. It is a great landscape with the Northern (limestone) Alps, picturesque mountains and numerous attractive lakes, partly right in the mountains like Koenigsee in the nearby Bavaria, the lakes of the Salzkammergut, often stretching partly into the lovely pre-Alpine hills. One fo my favourite lakes here is the Mondsee ("Moon Lake" in English, it has this name because it is moon-shaped) perfectly connecting the pre-Alpine hills with the limestone of the Northern Alps.

Just spend time in the...

by thall89553

Just spend time in the village. It is quite small but breathtaking none the less. The fondest memory of my stay in the Salzburg area was the warmth I felt by my host, Mr Eidlhuber at the Hotel Appesbach. What a delightful man he is.

On arrival

by WrigleyTodd

On arrival to Salzburg, I recommend going to the Fortress and walking around. You should take the audio tour for a great overview of the history of salzburg and a chance to view the city from high atop the fortress. You'll become acquainted quickly and have a better understanding of somethings you're sure to see later while walking the streets and going into the cathedral, etc.

Mozart's birthplace

by globetrott

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here in this house Gerteidegasse 9 on January 27th, 1756 The former livingrooms of Mozart in the 3rd floor are a museum today, showing different instruments of Mozart and his father Leopold Mozart, who was a violinist and music-teacher

Paying your check

by WrigleyTodd

PAYING YOUR CHECK: Also, when you ask for your bill, you are expected to pay at that moment too. The waitperson will give you your bill, expect you to pay right then in cash or give a credit card and then if you give cash, they will give you your change immediately from a pouch they carry around their waste or in a pocket.


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Address: Am Gaisberg 11, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria