Welcome to Salzburg

Salzburg is the capital of the federal state of the same name and the fourth-largest city in Austria. Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart and the filming location for „The Sound of Music“.
The narrow streets and wide squares of the old town are a UNESCO world cultural heritage. The city is characterized by Italian architecture
and therefore known as the „Rome of the North“.
The world-famous Salzburg Festival and the beautiful panorama make Salzburg an incomparable and charming destination.

©Tourismus Salzburg, Photo: Breitegger Günter

Arriving by plane
Salzburg Airport is the second largest airport in Austria. It is served by frequent scheduled flights from major cities like
Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Köln-Bonn, Frankfurt, Istanbul and London.
The airport is located west of the city.
A taxi ride to the venue is about 25 min and costs about 30€.
Airport website

Arriving by train
The main train station Salzburg Hauptbahnhof is approximately 25 minutes ride by bus from the venue.
Austrian Federal Railways provide frequent connections to all major Austrian cities, Vienna International Airport, to Germany via Munich, and to Italy.
A taxi ride from the station to the venue costs about 30€.
ÖBB website (Austrian Federal Railways)

Arriving by bus
The number 25 bus takes you directly from Salzburg main station to Hotel Friesacher (Exit at Anif Friesacher).
The journey takes approximately 25 minutes. The drop-off point is 150m from the hotel.

Arriving by car
Salzburg has excellent connections to the international highway network and is therefore easy to reach.
Within Austria you can reach Salzburg via the A1 or the A10, from Germany via the A8.

Please note: for Austrian motorways a toll-sticker is required, for some routes additional toll fees apply.