Bundesland Salzburg Transportation

  • Salzburg
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  • Salzburg
    Salzburg
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  • Salzburg
    Salzburg
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Bundesland Salzburg Transportation

  • To/Around

    Salzburg Transportation

    This would be the english website of the public transport of the region Salzburg: www.svv-info.at/en/home There is as well a section where it says "cross-border travel" and this gives you the result, that You CAN indeed buy a pass which is also valid for Upper Austria: www.svv-info.at/en/tickets-and-fares/cross-border-travel/ I would simply write...

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  • Trains

    Salzburg Transportation

    Salzburg's Hauptbahnhof, or main train station, is located about a 15-minute walk from the Old Town. It is on the main line from Munich to Vienna, and is reachable via "RailJet," ICE, and EuroCity Trains from many different destinations, including Zürich, Budapest, Frankfurt, and Cologne. An interesting feature is that German Rail's...

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  • Getting to Salzburg

    Salzburg Transportation

    MeinFernbus has 7 buses per day from Munich Airport to Salzburg central station (Lastenstraße), with a stop in Munich ZOB (bus terminal, next to S-Bahn station Hackerbrücke not far from Munich central station, € 7 from there), , from € 14 if you book early, taking a bit 3 less then hours.

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  • Horsedrawn Carriages

    Salzburg Transportation

    It's a very unique service, but not cheap though: about 35 Euro a person, but you can see a lot and at the same time take pictures. E-mail: office@fiaker-salzburg.at www.fiaker-salzburg.at

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  • How to get to Krimml Waterfalls

    By public transport to Krimml waterfalls:Take the Bus #670 from Zell am See, it starts in front of the train-station and it also is a ÖBB-bus, so it will be included in your train-passes.The ride from Zell am See to the village of Krimml takes 75 minutes and the station of the bus is rather close to the entrance of the Krimmler Wasserfaelle.In case...

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  • by public transport to Grossglockner

    In order to get by Public transport to Grossglockner take the Postbus 610 from Zell am See ! And that might make sense even, when you arrive by car, so you will be able to save some money on the toll !Exploring Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse without your own car makes sense and it is a lot cheaper as well, because you will totally save the fee for...

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  • Zell am See: Take a flight over the alps

    Zell am See is a perfect place to take a flight over the alps in a small airplane !I took a flight from there in a small airplane over the austrian alps including the Grossglockner (that is the highest mountain of Austria with 3798m ) and even over the Koenigssee in Bavaria, that was a really great adventure. I also was lucky that I was able to...

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  • "VORTEILScard 26" for people under 26 !

    This is a great way to save some money on trainrides anywhere in Austria when you are under 26 years old ! When you don't have an Eurail,Interrail-ticket etc. yet and intend to go by train from Vienna to Zell am See, Salzburg, Graz, Hallstatt etc - and when you are still under 26 years of age it makes sense to buy a "VORTEILScard 26" !It is a...

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  • the cheapest train between Vienna &...

    WESTBAHN is the name of a quite new, PRIVATE train-company in Austria and all they do is travelling 12 times a day between Vienna and Salzburg.What I found perfect about them:For just 25 euros you can travel from Salzburg to Vienna with them, 50 euros is the returnticket and they will go 12 times a day in each direction.Compare that 50 euros with...

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  • Day ticket for various zones

    Reply from svv regarding my query for day trip to st.gilgen, st.wolfgang, hallstatt from salzburgfor your trip from Salzburg to St. Gilgen, St. Wolfgang, Bad Ischl and Hallstatt it would be the best if you buy two regular daily tickets from Salzburg to Hallstatt (€ 26,60) for you and your husband and a daily ticket for children (Minimum tariff €...

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  • The Taurachbahn in Mauterndorf

    For everyone who likes trains, have a look at my tip about the museum railway Taurachbahn in Mauterndorf.In summer you can take a ride on an antique steam train. It makes a really nice trip for young and old !

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