Train Munich → SalzburgFrom € 36
- Departure station : Muenchen hbf (Bayerstr. 10a 80335 Munich)
- Arrival station : Salzburg hbf (Südtiroler Platz 3 5020 Salzburg)
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Main stations in Munich and Salzburg
Munchen Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Bayerstr. 10a 80335 MunichOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 3am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 3am to 1:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains, International trains
Tourist Information Point, Customer Service, Lost and found, Business lounges and waiting rooms, Banks and currency exchange, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Salzburg Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Südtiroler Platz 3 5020 SalzburgOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 9:15pm
Saturday: 5:30am to 9:15pm
Sunday: 6:30am to 9:15pm
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Railjet, Eurocity), Long distance train, City Night Line
Tourist Information Point, Disable facilities, Lost and found, Police station, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet and Public Payphones.
Travel inspiration in Munich and Salzburg
Munich is one of the most popular destination in Europe and Germany. The city is the capital of the Bavaria state. Munich is world known for its beer and the famous Oktoberfest. Home to the BMW Welt and the FC Bayern, Munich is a city with something for everyone! More than that, Munich is an important centre for art, culture and international affairs. The city is clean, safe and has an efficient transport system. Being an open and joyful city, Munich is a leisure paradise with a splendid view over the alps. Munich is easily reached by train from Paris, Berlin and Zurich.
Salzburg is the fourth largest of Austria. It is located on the banks of Salzach river, near the German borders and north of the Alps. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Salzburg is famed for its old world glamour, made all the more striking by the majestic backdrop of snow-capped Alps.
Over 4,000 events are held each year including the Easter, Whitsun and Summer Festivals, Dialogs at the Mozarteum, the Sommerszene, Jazz Festival, Culture Days and Advent Singing. A multitude of museums, galleries, sculptures and exhibitions promise an unlimited cultural experience.
Reviews & ratings Munich - Salzburg
I had a nice trip.
Traveling to Salzburg from Munich was a joy by train. The ride was quick and smooth.
what's good... efficient on time pleasant cheerful and helpful staff
愉快路途，座位舒適， 有電源和wifi 供應。 站牌指示非常清晰， 方便首次到遊的我。
very good experience.No issues
The train was so full that the corridors were blocked with people standing as well as suitcases in the aisle. I would not wish this on my worst enemy. Reservations are not permitted when booking from South Africa - we tried for the other rail journeys upon arrival at the station. It's not suitable to have 2 adults in their 70's (one who suffers from vertigo and another who has had a hip replacement) as well as a 11 year old and 5 year. Awful experience.
Excellent attitude to your train attendant. I don't know his name. Though you had some train strike from German area, Rail Europe delivered it's commitment with reserved customers. Keep it up! Salu Thomas
Unable to change rating from excellent to very good. Comfortable,pleasant and helpful staff A great way to travel through Europe.
I'm a 20 something living in Europe and I recently traveled from Salzburg to Munich by train. I was pleased by the variety of times to choose from. The train wasn't terribly comfortable and was a little crowded. But it got me there. I felt like it could have been cheaper.
I pre-booked this trip from Singapore. I was able to collect the ticket from their Singapore office immediately after booking. Arriving in Munich, finding my seat number was easy and it was reserved for me. The train left and arrived on time and the entire trip was smooth. The staff who check the tickets were also polite.
This was a smooth transition from bus to train. It made the 7 hour total trip less monotonous to change from bus to train when coming from Venezia. Train was comfortable and beautifully scenic through the alps. Also watching the subtle changes in houses between Italy and Austria was interesting.
Delay for one hour and no any explainations. Sitting in the train without any air condition was a very bad exprience, No any staff helped custmers to transfer.
It was a good experience to travel by train , We enjoyed the trip and view of the country side.
So, I was not allowed to choose my seats as selections were done by computer when I booked online - TERRIBLE!! On my journey to Salzburg the computer gave me a seat where I was seating backwards! My head was spinning throughout the journey and the seats were stiff and hard. I also had to squint my eyes to see the numbers of the seats. NEVER AGAIN! I'd rather fly!