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Salzburg and Vienna by Train
Salzburg and Vienna by Train

6 nights from $445*

65 Customer Reviews

Two cities that you cannot miss in Austria! Salzburg (the `Golden City of High Baroque,` known as the Florence of the North; the birthplace of Mozart, all names to describe this beautiful, musical city) and Vienna (city of music, cafes, waltzes, parks, pastries, and wine with stately streets and Baroque palaces). Travel between them by train. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Included:
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg
  • Train from Salzburg to Vienna
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna
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  • Austria is famous for its castles, palaces and buildings, among other architectural works. It is also known for its rolling hills, skiing, Christmas markets, and The Sound of Music. And while the country does have all of this, it also offers so much more.

    For music lovers, it`s the home of Mozart. For foodies, it`s home to the Wienerschnitzel. For outdoor lovers, you can paraglide, raft, and hike. No matter what your love is, Austria likely has something just for you.

  • One of Europe`s smallest countries, Austria is predominantly a nation of rugged areas and high mountains, with the Eastern Alps occupying a good 60 percent of its territory. The River Danube flows for about 217 miles from west to east through the northern part of the country, adding to its appeal as a tourist destination. There are so many quaint medieval towns built with timber and set in the showdown of soaring mountaintops such as Bad Ischl, Dürnstein, Alpbach, Hallstatt, Zell am See, and the entire Upper Austria Area. You will also find plenty of must-see cities that you won`t want to miss out on: Salzburg, Innsbruck and the beautiful capital city, Vienna.

    The ski area of Austria, located anywhere in the alps, is a true bucket list experience for any skier. One of the most beautiful places in the world to do that is in St. Anton, it does have a reputation for attracting the more avid skiier. If you want somewhere a little easier check out Alpbach or Saalbach. Another great place is Innsbruck! You`ll find well-groomed slopes in Austria open from November to April for you to enjoy.

    East Austria is a hidden gem and also where the fertile wine country is located. It offers a different landscape than the rest of the country.

  • Austria is located in a temperate climatic zone, influenced by the Atlantic climate and offers four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. The temperatures do vary greatly depending on your location; there are three quite different climatic regions: East, Alpine Region, and Remainder of the country. The best time to visit Austria depends on what you want to see and do and whether you`re aiming for urban or rural parts of the country. Most of the mountain resorts, for example, have two distinct tourist seasons, one for winter sports enthusiasts, and the other for summer hikers. In between times, you may find many of these areas tourist facilities closed. More of the urban areas, however, offer year-round activity. The country really does have something for everyone, but it is important to find out what each season brings to better determine what the best time is for you to visit. After all, this question will determine what you get to see when you`re here, and how much you`d be spending. For more information, check out: Best Time to Visit Austria.

  • We recommend 7-10 days based on what you want to see and do. We offer flexible vacation packages so you can select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities. We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in larger cities.

  • Getting to and getting around Austria is easy and part of the overall positive experience thanks to a safe and first-rate infrastructure that includes Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), and an excellent inner roadway system.

    Trains: Austria boasts a wide train network with more than 3,700 miles of railways within the country. Travelers can not only explore the main cities, but off-the-beaten track areas of the country for a true local, regional experience. ÖBB Railjets departs from the Vienna Airport for Salzburg twice hourly during the day and offers hourly connections to Innsbruck. At least every two hours, trains from Vienna`s airport depart for St. Anton and Bregenz, Austria`s westernmost provincial capital. For those travelers looking to head south, hourly connections during the day leave from Vienna Airport to Graz in three hours, with one change at Vienna`s main train station, and with a direct connection available once a day.

    By Car: Travelers that like to explore by car as an alternative to the rails will find that Austria has outstanding motorways and signage. Important to note is that a Highway Toll Sticker (Vignette) must be displayed on the inside windshield of cars on Austria`s motorways and expressways. The toll sticker is available for periods of 10 days, two months and up, and can be obtained from car rental agencies and gas stations in Austria.

    Auto Europe offers reasonable rates and convenient pick-up locations throughout Austria for those looking to discover Austria by car. Travelers can pick one or more of suggested mini-drives from the Austrian National Tourist Office that take in the country`s well-known sights and special surprises along the way. The first drive begins in Bregenz and the last ends in Vienna. Destinations on the drives can include Lech, Innsbruck, Zell am See, Villach/Velden, Graz, Hallstatt, Salzburg and the Wachau Valley.

  • The currency of Austira is the Euro. US dollars are not accepted. Please be sure to have the correct currency on hand or be prepared to exchange your dollars for euros upon arrival. Currency exchange desks can be found at the airport and many locations throughout the major cities. For more detailed information, consult our guide by clicking here Tipping in Austria.

  • The official language of Austria is Austrian German though you might run into locals speaking Alemmanic or Austro-Bavarian depending on the location. English may be spoken at your hotel and in the tourist areas, but not everywhere. We suggest you get a good English-German guidebook and familiarize yourself with common phrases such as hello, goodbye, excuse me and numbers 1-10.

  • Salzburg and Vienna by Train (6 nights)

    Austria Vacations. Flexible trips and tours to Upper Austria, Land Salzburg (Salzburgerland), Tirol, Carinthia, Styria, Vorarlberg and more. Book Salzburg and Vienna by Train, Salzburg - Zell Am See - Innsbruck by Train, Vienna - Linz - Salzburg by Train. Flexible Vacations Packages.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg, Train from Salzburg to Vienna, Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna

  • Prague - Vienna - Budapest by Train (9 nights)

    Our most popular combo for Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary!. Visit Prague (`The City of a Hundred Spires` with 1,000 years of art and architecture), Vienna (City of music, cafes, waltzes, parks, pastries, and wine with stately streets and Baroque palaces) and Budapest (two cities in one: Buda built upon hills, Castle Hill and Gellert Hill and Pest, as flat as a pancake, the perfect contrast between the right and left banks, a vibrant city). Transportation between cities by train. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotels and activities.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg, Train from Salzburg to Vienna, Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna


    Salzburg - Zell Am See - Innsbruck by Train (7 nights)

    Enjoy three of Austria`s amazing cites all in one great trip! You will absolutely love the breathtaking backdrop as you travel by train to these three fantastic cities. Start off in the mountains of Salzburg taking in the great outdoors of enchanting lakes and winding rivers. Next, head down to small town of Zell Am See to enjoy the Austrian charm, this city offers a perfect mix of pleasure, activity and relaxation. Finish your trip in Innsbruck discovering culture, arts, incredible mountain ranges and some of the best Tirolean food around.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg, Train from Salzburg to Vienna, Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna


    Vienna - Linz - Salzburg by Train (6 nights)

    See Austria like never before with this customizable package. Combine Vienna (music, waltzes, delicate almond pastries and interesting museums), Linz (A city in Upper Austria, straddling the Danube River midway between Salzburg and Vienna.) and Salzburg (the Golden City of High Baroque) with a the IC Train between cities.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg, Train from Salzburg to Vienna, Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna


    Munich - Fussen - Innsbruck - Zell Am See - Salzburg by Train (10 nights)

    Combine Germany and Austria and marvel at their most beautiful cities!. Start in Munich to discover the capital city of Bavaria. Stop next in Fussen at the foothills of the Alps (historically been a major centre for violin making, with the eclectic Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle lie southeast of the town); before exploring "the capital of the Alps", as the local call it, in Innsbruck (Austria`s leading ski destination and one of the oldest and most idyllic ski towns in Europe). Next, you`ll stop in Zell Am See (famous for alpine skiing and snowboarding) to enjoy the Austrian charm before finishing your journey in the enchanting city of Salzburg (renowned for its Baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city-centers north of the Alps and birthplace of Mozart). Connect these cities by train to enjoy the extraordinary countryside.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Salzburg, Train from Salzburg to Vienna, Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna


  • Yes, you can combine with: Poland | Italy | Hungary | Greece | Germany | Czech Republic

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