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Salzburg Card

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Phone
+43 662 889 874 54
 
Price

24 Hours

Adults: €22 ($25.62)

Children: €11 ($12.81)

48 hours

Adults: €30 ($34.94)

Children: €15 ($17.47)

72 Hours

Adults: €35 ($40.76)

Children: €17 ($19.80)

From May 1 to October 31, prices are €2 ($2.33) more for adults and €1 ($1.16) more for children.

 
 
Transport
Bus 20 Bus 25 Bus 10 Bus 8 to Rathaus (78yds)
Bus 3 Bus 5 Bus 6 Bus 7 Bus 10 Bus 8 to Mozartsteg/Imbergstrasse (289yds)
Bus 1 Bus 4 Bus 7 Bus 20 Bus 21 Bus 22 Bus 24 Bus 27 Bus 28 Bus 10 Bus 8 to Ferdinand Hanusch Platz/Fischkrieg (309yds)

The best tip that can be given to someone visiting Salzburg is to buy the Salzburg Card as soon as you arrive.

Although it might seem expensive at the outset, it gives you entry to almost all Salzburg attractions for free, and in addition allows use of Salzburg public transport for the duration of the time purchased.

The card also gives discounts on tours and other cultural events in the city making it well worth the money for most visitors.

The Salzburg Card can be bought in three time periods - 24 hours, 48 hours or 72 hours. Note that the time starts counting from the moment the card is purchased. It is also possible to load the card on to compatible Swatch watches.

Even if just visiting the three most popular Salzburg attractions (The Dom Museum, Salzburg Fortress and the Salzburg Residenz), it makes sense to buy the 24 hour card and save money.

Radisson Blu Hotel Altstadt (117yds) from €156
Hotel Stein (118yds) from €71
Hotel Goldgasse (120yds) from €111
Hotel Elefant (129yds) from €93
Hotel am Dom (165yds) from €99
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The Salzburg Card is normally available for purchase at your hotel, but when this isn't the case it can also be purchased at any Salzburg Tourist Information center, ticket shops and most news agencies at the Salzburg Airport.

See below for a list of the attractions at which the card is valid.

  • Cathedral Excavations
  • Cathedral Museum
  • Festival Hall
  • Hohensalzburg Fortress incl. Cable Railway, Almpassage & World of Marionettes
  • Georg Trakl Memorial & Research Centre
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Hellbrunn - Palace & Trick Fountains
  • Catacombs
  • Michael Haydn Museum
  • Miracle´s Waxmuseum
  • Mozart's Birthplace
  • Mozart's Residence & Sound and Film Collection
  • Mönchsberg Lift
  • Museum of Modern Art Salzburg Mönchsberg
  • Museum of Modern Art Salzburg Rupertinum
  • Panorama Museum
  • Residenz State Rooms
  • Residenz Gallery
  • Salzburg Museum
  • Salzach Cruise
  • Salzburg Baroque Museum
  • Traditional Salzburg Costumes - Past & Present
  • Toy Museum & Historic Musical Instruments
  • Stiegl-Brauwelt - The "World of Beer"
  • Cable-Car Untersberg
  • Folklore Museum
  • Salzburg Zoo
 
 
 

Salzburg Card Reviews

Jamie Trueman, Orlando, Florida

At the time, we weren't sure whether we should buy the Salzburg Card or not, because it seemed pretty expensive, especially considering the state of the dollar.

However, we ended up going for it and it was definitely worth it.

We were able to visit virtually everything in the city for free, and because of that we saw some things we probably wouldn't have bothered with otherwise. For example, we ended up going up the Cable Car at Untersberg, which we didn't even know about before, and the view from the top was one of the highlights of the trip.

My suggestion is as soon as you get to Salzburg, buy this card.

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