Ibis Muenchen City West

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Westendstrasse 181, Munich, Bavaria, 80686, Germany
Ibis Muenchen City West
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Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by marinag55

Hi,

My husband and I are going to Munich, and from there we’d like to go to Salzburg and Vienna and then back to Munich. What is the best way to travel – train or rent a car? If train, is it better to travel on rail passes or just single tickets?

Thank you.

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by GrumpyDiver

"Better" really depends on what you are planning to do and how you are planning to travel.

1. If all your are planning to do is a trip to Vienna, via Salzburg and return to Munich, point-to-point train tickets are going to work out as least expensive. While train passes are much debated on this site, the limited amount of travel you are planning to do, a pass will not be the least expensive option.

2. If you are planning to spend a lot of time poking in and out of the towns and villages on your way and plan to get out to places that are not within easy walking distances or public transit from the train stations, a car would work out better.

3. If you plan to visit only the cities themselves, especially the downtown areas, a car will be a liability as finding places to park will be no fun at all. Renting a car for day trips, if you want to get into the areas out of town, would be a good option there.

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by marinag55

Thank you!

I've looked at the train tickets cost, and it varies hugely from EUR 29 to EUR 180. So, do the 29 EUR tickets have to be booked in advance only, or can they be bought at the station on the day of travel?

Also, if I buy a ticket from Munich to Vienna, can I make a stop in Salzburg for 1 day, or will I need 2 separate tickets: Munich-Salzburg and Salzburg - Vienna?

Thank you.

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by christine.j

The 29 Euro specials have to be in advance and are only for the train you've booked them, so you cannot stop and continue with a later train.
You can get a Bavaria ticket for 28 Euro, which allows you travelling on one day within Bavaria, but also to Salzburg. This ticket is valid on regional trains, after 9am on weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday, and up to five people can travel on it.
From Salzburg you can then continue on to Vienna.I'm not familiar with special tickets in Austria, hopefully a VT member from Austria will tell you about them.

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by christine.j

P.S. the Bavaria ticket can be bought on the day you travel, no need to book ahead.

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by abalada

> So, do the 29 EUR tickets have to be booked in advance only, or can they be bought at the station on the day of travel?
In advance only. Latest 3 days before departure. But these tickets are limited in numbers. The chance that you would get one on short notice is close to zero. They are also at the counter EUR 5 more expensive. Basically you have to buy the discounted specials as soon you can (earliest 92 days in advance).

> Also, if I buy a ticket from Munich to Vienna, can I make a stop in Salzburg for 1 day, or will I need 2 separate tickets: Munich-Salzburg and Salzburg - Vienna?
Yes. Even possible with the discounted tickets, but you have to give the duration of the stopover and the stopover can be at max. 48 hours.

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Munich
To: Vienna
Via: Salzburg stopover 41:30 (in hh:mm format)

Re: Munich to Salzburg to Vienna

by marinag55

Thank you very much, everybody - this information is extremely helpful!!!

Travel Tips for Munich

Christmas Market

by sjvessey

There's a Christmas Market at the airport, in the plaza between Terminals 1 and 2. You know, where Burger King is. It's something to do, I suppose, while waiting for your flight. Kids skate around on an ice rink. Adults wander amongst stalls selling extremely smelly cheeses and home-made candles. Admire the huge Christmas tree, then go back inside where it's warm.

Buildings from the past

by TinKan

When you are walking around Munich you can see many of the older buildings that have been around for years and have survived so many changes made in the city. This city is a good mix of old and new.

Bayerische Staatsoper

by bugulma

The opera was built in 1818 but in 1823 it was destroyed completely in fire. In 1825 the opera was open again. It was closed after World War II until 1963. The building has more thn 2000 thousands sitting places. The building is situated in Max-Josef Platz.

We visited Munchen a Saturday...

by monica78

We visited Munchen a Saturday when it was a big soccer game in the city! There was so many drunk and load people all over the city...
It was very funny to watch the crowds. But be careful what you say, because I think you will not be very populare if you say something about the 'wrong' team...

The lions of Munich

by paoseo

There is a sort of a project of Munich, the "Lions' Parade" family, which was launched by the Munich Lions' Parade association Leo e.V.and involves exhibiting some 500 replicas of lions. All started with the arrive of a life-size replica of a lion named Richard at the society GEMA in April 2005 and has since been standing guard over the entrance of the authors' society.
Each lion is a unique piece, created individually by various artists as "convivial image carriers for Munich". In 2006, following the Football World Cup, the Munich lions will be auctioned off for charity.

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Address: Westendstrasse 181, Munich, Bavaria, 80686, Germany