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Public Buses into Salzburg City

  • The No. 2  bus runs daily every 10/20 minutes between Salzburg Main Station and the airport. Sundays and public holidays every 20 min. Journey time approx. 23 min.
  • The No. 10  bus (Mon-Sat) departs every 10 minutes from the airport to the city centre. Journey time approx. 15 min.
  • The No. 27  bus runs daily every 15/20 minutes from the airport via Wals/Viehhausen to the railway station. Journey time approx. 40 min.

Tickets  (single ticket  €2.50, children €1.30 up to 15 years) available at the “Newscorner”  in the airport terminal, at the bus stop (machine) or directly from the bus driver.

The Salzburg Card  is available at the “Reisebörse” travel agency. It offers free entrance to most tourist attractions and free public transport in the city of Salzburg for 3 days.

Off-peak (from 9 am) you may take along your bike for free on the Salzburg bus lines 1-14.

Public Bus to Salzburger Land

Regional buses depart at Salzburg Main Station. The following buses depart the ÖBB Postbus stop in front of the airport terminal:

  • Postbus 260 (also listet as bus 3062) runs from Salzburg Main Station to Salzburg Airport, Bad Reichenhall, Unken, Lofer (with connections to St. Johann i. Tirol and Kitzbühel on bus No. 4012), St. Martin, Weißbach, Saalfelden, Maishofen and Zell am See.
  • Postbus 180 (also 3068) runs from Salzburg Main Station to Salzburg Airport, Wals, Grossgmain and Bad Reichenhall

Public Bus Connections to Tyrol

  • Postbus line 260 (3062) as far as Lofer, then change to bus 4012 running to St. Johann and Kitzbühel. Bus stop in front of airport terminal 1.

Bus Connections to Bavaria

  • Postbus 260 (3062) and 180 (3068) to Bad Reichenhall. Bus stop in front of the airport terminal 1.
  • Bus No. 840: takes approx. 45 min from Salzburg Main Station to Berchtesgaden Main Station.
  • Bus No. 9535 (Mozart Express): departing from Schloss Mirabell in Salzburg to Reit im Winkl, Ruhpolding, Inzell and Bad Reichenhall.