Destination SalzburgDestination Salzburg

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Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport is located seven kilometres away from the city. Buses leave every 15 minutes for the central station, where you can change. Taxis reach the city within 10 minutes.

Public transport

Public transport with buses and trains is run by Salzburg AG. Buses travel up to 23h00 and you can buy bus tickets at train stations and in newsagents.


Finding a taxi is easy in Salzburg but they are expensive. In addition, they are not really necessary either, since the most important attractions are within walking distance of each other.


Postage stamps can be purchased in newsagents and tobacconists. Post offices are usually open from Monday to Friday, 8h00-12h00 and 14h00-18h00.


Chemist’s shops have staggered opening hours in the evenings and at weekends. The addresses of pharmacies that are open can be found in the pharmacies themselves.


For urgent medical or dental assistance, ring 141 (the national health line). You will be given medical advice free of charge and will be given the address of the nearest hospital or put in contact with a doctor.


Country code: +43
Area code: 0662


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Opening hours

Most shops in Salzburg are open from 8h00 to 18h00. They are closed for an average of 1 to 2 hours at midday. Shops are usually open from 8h00 to 12h00 on Saturdays and most of them on Sundays as well.

Emergency numbers

Emergency: 112
Police: 133
Medical aid: 141

Tourist Office

Address: Jahnstrase 19

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