Travelling to Salzburg

Salzburg is situated in the center of Austria. Many ways lead to the city of Mozart. Salzburg can be easily reached by car, by train or by plane. Also, long distance buslines stop in Salzburg.

By Car:

The city of Salzburg is situated at the intersection of several highways: Vienna - Salzburg (A1), Munich - Salzburg (A8) and Villach - Salzburg (A10). You can choose from several exits between Salzburg Nord and Salzburg Süd, depending where you want to go.

by train:

Salzburg has excellent train connections. All international trains as well as regional and local trains stop at Salzburg Main Station (Salzburg Hauptbahnhof).Salzburg Main Station is also border station to Germany. You can reach the inner city in 15 minutes walking time or take a local bus.

by plane:

Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart is located in the Western part of the city, about 4 km from the city center which you can reach by bus or taxi in about 15 minutes. Salzburg Airport is serviced by many international airlines.



From ....... to SalzburgDistance                        
Budapest 550 km
Frankfurt/Main 535 km
Ljubljana 275 km
Munich 145 km
Prague 375 km
Vienna 295 km
Zurich 450 km

We wish you a good journey!

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