How to reach our department

By bus

Public transportation is reliable and there should be a bus available approcimately every 10 minutes.

Choose either bus number 3 or number 6 but preferably number 6.

Bus #3: The bus will publicly display "3, Itzling Pflanzmann". The preferred stop is "Kirchenstrasse". Leaving the bus, take the next road on the left located at the first intersection. Follow the footpath, pass a small dog park on your left and walk past in the post office on your left. Our department is located on the left side, right after the post office.

Bus #6: The bus publicly displays "Itzling West". The preferred stop is "Jakob Haringer Straße". Leaving the bus, enter the road on the right and walk towards the second building on your right side.

For more information please visit the web pages of the public transportation service Obus (in german). They also provide a subway map (Liniennetzplan)

By plane

Arriving at Salzburg Airport, take bus #2 towards "Hauptbahnhof" (main railway station), then, change to bus #3 or #6 and continue as described above.

By train

There are several train stops in Salzburg but the main railway station (Hauptbahnhof) is the closest to our department. The main bus stop is located right in front of the station. Both busses leave from there.

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