Zell am See Transportation

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Best Rated Transportation in Zell am See

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    Bus to Zell Am See from / to Munich other airports

    by saleemg Written Sep 8, 2014

    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.

    http://www.bus-service.com/

    MAIL: info@bus-service.com

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    Getting around using Postbus / train

    by saleemg Written Aug 11, 2009

    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.

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    Boating on Zeller See (lake)

    by victorwkf Updated Aug 9, 2007

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    Boating and yachting are good ways to explore the Zeller See, and you can see many boats and yacht sailings along the lake.

    Boats at Zeller See (lake), Zell Am See, Austria
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    • Water Sports
    • Sailing and Boating

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