Salzburg's main train station is called the 'Hauptbahnhof' - located at Südtirolerplatz.
It is serviced by trains from all major destinations in Europe, including by IC (InterCity) and EC (EuroCity) trains.
What European Train Tickets/Passes are available?
You can buy:
Standard Train Tickets (place to place)
Train Passes (valid for longer durations eg 1 month+)
See below for more detailed information!
They offer everything you need.
On their site you can nominate which country you come from so that the website language and currency is aligned to your requirements. Everything is straightforward, fast and easy.
To get all the information you need on Standard Train Tickets and Train Passes, read on below.
It might be that you are already located in Europe. If that is the case, buying a train ticket to Salzburg is a snap!
Click the blue link below, and then click on “Train Tickets and Schedules”.
This will allow you to fill in your departure and destination information to get train schedules and prices that fit your needs.
**Buying Train Passes**
Scroll down to see the following Train Passes below -
1.0 - Youth Passes
Are you 26 years old or under?
You have different passes to choose from, depending upon whether you want to;
i/ Travel to Austria only
i/Travel to Austria only
Eurail Select Pass Youth
- 2nd class travel
- Visit 3 - 5 bordering countries in Europe; out of a possible 22 European countries that are connected.
- 5, 6, 8, 10 or 15 days train travel within any 2 month period.
iii/Travel openly Europe wide
Eurail Global Pass Youth Flexi
Click the "Under 26?” banner on the side of this page to get all the information you need.
So you are coming to Austria to visit Salzburg, and maybe Vienna, and maybe…?
To make things easier, there is a ‘One Country’ pass’ for rail travel in Austria that you can buy.
Of course, there are plenty of other ‘One Country’ passes available; eg Italy, Greece, Spain, Holland etc, however below is summarised specific information for Austria only.
Click on the following link to get all the information you need.
If you are travelling to Austria and then a little bit further - here are some interesting options for you to look at.
Austria-Czech Republic Pass
European East Pass (Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia)
Click on the link below and then click on “Rail Passes”, “Multiple Country Passes” - found on the left hand side.
Then scroll down to see those Regional Passes mentioned in this section.
For those of you thinking to travel to and through lots of countries in Europe over an extended holiday period, here are the main flexible train passes on offer - for 1st and 2nd class travel.
Click on the links below to get more information on each of these passes.
Eurail Global Pass
Eurail Global Pass Flexi
For either of these two passes, click on the link below and then click on “Rail Passes”, “Eurail Global Passes” - found on the left hand side.
Eurail Global Pass Saver Flexi
Eurail Drive Pass