Bus to Zell Am See from / to Munich other airports
The following service provider caters to large group movements 8 and above and I have experienced excellent service from their end, with prompt responses, comfortable and quality coaches with experienced English speaking drivers.
- Family Travel
Getting around using Postbus / train
Postbus 5 day pass which costs Euro 41 for adults and Euro 20.50 for children (6-14 yrs). This pass covers the Pinzgau region and covers a wide range of attarctions covering the stop to Kaprun Glacier and Krimml waterfalls. A surcharge is applicable should one wish to travel to Salzburg or Innsbruck. I availed the pass from the Post bus station which is a two minute walk from the ZAS Railway station. The general "Information" office is also a two minute walk from the Railway station (Bahnhof).
The local commuter train (cute little red train which the kids would love), runs all the way from ZAS to Mittersill with a connecting bus to Krimml. A week pass costs around 9 Euros, however, Postbus pass is better as the network is more diverse and the bus takes you right to the tourist stop. Train tickets are available on-board and the train starts from the ZAS railway station with many small stations enroute.
Taxis are readily available at the railway station and on call - +43-6542-73232.
Renting a car is an excellent option for a small family as the sites are well served by road.
Zell am See is well served by rail from Innsbruck, Vienna and Salzburg and one can easily make on-line booking from the following site: http://www.oebb.at/en/index.jsp
Several trains are available with changes enroute, however, there are also direct trains available which we opted for. It is convenient to make a prior seat reservation especially when travelling with kids (we opted for 2 second class cabin which gave us total freedom ..each cabin accommodates 6). Ensure to check at the railway station beforehand where the Compartment / bogie will be positioned...this saves lot of last minute hassles esp. at small station like ZAS where the train stops just for a minute.
Boating on Zeller See (lake)
Boating and yachting are good ways to explore the Zeller See, and you can see many boats and yacht sailings along the lake.
- Sailing and Boating
- Water Sports
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