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Winter sports enthusiasts, hikers and those in search of a panoramic view will all appreciate the Untersbergbahn, a cable car that takes travelers up the Untersberg mountain range in just 8.5 minutes. At the top of the mountain, which sits more than 6,000 feet above sea level, visitors are rewarded with spectacular views of Salzburg, the Berchtesgaden region and the Rositten valley.

Originally opened in 1961 and renovated in 2018, the funicular features two cable cars that can each accommodate up to 50 passengers. When visitors disembark at the top, they'll find themselves in alpine terrain with a variety of hiking trails at their fingertips. Closed-toe footwear that provides traction is necessary, as is appropriately warm clothing – even summer may be chilly. To get back down, visitors can hop back on the Untersbergbahn.

Many recent visitors called this one of the best things to do in Salzburg. Reviewers also recommend you download the audio guide (accessible via a QR code at the entrance to the funicular) to learn more about the cable car and the scenery.

The cable car entrance is accessible via bus route Nos. 25 and 28 and trolley bus line No. 5. Operating hours vary, but are typically 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. They may be slightly longer or shorter depending on the season. Cable cars depart every half-hour. The last ascent is 30 minutes before closing. Operating hours are subject to change, including closures for planned modernizations. Salzburg Card holders ascend and descend for free. Otherwise, adults ages 18 and older pay 28 euros (about $29) for a round-trip pass. There are discounted rates for children, students and seniors. For more information, visit the Untersbergbahn website .

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Since this central district – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – contains some of the city's most popular attractions, such as  Mozarts Geburtshaus  and the  Salzburg Museum , you will undoubtedly spend hours exploring here. Fellow travelers recommend not rushing through it, however, since there are tons of architectural marvels, markets and shops to see.

Wander around Altstadt's Judengasse (the Jewish District) and examine the St. Florian Fountain in the Alter Markt, a marketplace that dates back to the 13th century. And for architecture buffs, spend plenty of time gazing at the neighborhood's array of buildings. Some structures were originally constructed during the Middle Ages, while others are more contemporary and show Alstadt's progression over time.

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Funicular to the Fortress [FestungsBahn]

Enjoy the lightness of a ride on the Festungsbahn funicular up to Hohensalzburg Fortress! In virtually no time, this modern funicular will bring you to the most popular tourist attraction in Salzburg.

Every summer and winter since 1892, the Festungsbahn has carried excited visitors up to the most prominent landmark in our city. It runs every 10 minutes. The valley station is located in the heart of the historic district (No. 4 Festungsgasse). After a ride lasting just under one minute, you will be able to enjoy fabulous views extending across Salzburg City to the surrounding mountains. The funicular travels a total distance of 198.5 m, beginning at 437 m and rising to 536 m.

The most recent renovation of the Festungsbahn took place in 2011. Investments were made in two new carriages and technical upgrades to the electronic equipment. The new carriages are more comfortable than ever, while also boasting big observation windows that treat passengers to sensational views of beautiful downtown Salzburg.

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Operating hours 2024 : January-March, November: 9 am-5 pm April, October, December: 9 am-8:30 pm May, June, September: 8:30 am-8:30 pm July, August: 8:30 am-9:30 pm 24 December: 9 am-7 pm 31 December: 9 am-5 pm (after 5 pm only for restaurant and concert guests with reservation)

For inspection times and short-term changes to operating hours, see website Extended opening hours in case of events. Information at the bottom station or call tel. +43662 8884-9700 Ticket for the Fortress Concert with dinner includes funicular. Dogs permitted (muzzle and leash) (Status: 11/2023)

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available after the fortress closes Ascent or descent Adults € 3.60 Children (6-14,99 years) € 1.40 Groups of 10 adults or more, per person € 3.10 Seniors € 2.50** Dogs free Ascent and descent* Adults € 5.70 Children (6-14,99 years) € 2.20 Groups of 10 adults or more, per person € 5.10 Seniors € 3.80** Dogs free

*Descent also possible with the Mönchsberglift **The reduced prices for ascent and/or descent rides outside the opening hours of the fortress apply to seniors who are in possession of an SVV "Edelweiß-Ticket", a trolleybus pensioner card or an ÖBB Vorteilscard Senior. Not on "Basic, All Inclusive and Panorama". (Status: 11/2023)

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Salzburg Itinerary: A Travel Guide Blog

Last updated on January 13th, 2024

There are many reasons to visit Salzburg. This Salzburg itinerary is packed with all the great things to do, food to eat, and how to get to Salzburg for one day or two days trip. An ultimate travel guide to Salzburg!

Salzburg, literally translated as “salt fortress” is the fourth largest city in northwest Austria with spectacular views of the Eastern Alps at the German border. Well, most people are familiar with the fact that Salzburg is the place where the world-famous classical movie “The Sound of Music” was filmed and the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the greatest classical composer of all time.

The preserved picturesque city has many wonderful attractions including baroque architecture, splendid gardens, and medieval fortresses, all made Salzburg listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

Many people visit Salzburg as part of the Central Europe trip by spending one and a two-day trip in Salzburg. However, the strategic location of Salzburg at the border of Germany and Austria, makes Salzburg a great home base to explore nearby places like Hallstatt, Berchtesgaden, and Munich.

Let’s check out our Salzburg travel guide blog , including what to do and see, the best food to eat, and some useful tips when visiting Salzburg.

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How to Get to Salzburg

Historical Centre of the City of Salzburg

Salzburg is readily accessible from every direction due to its ideal location at the border of Austria and Germany. There are many options available to the City of Mozart; air, rail, bus, or car.

By Flight : Airlines flying non-stop to Salzburg including British Airways and RyanAir in a cheaper fare. Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport (SZG) is the second largest airport in Austria with a 4-km distance from Salzburg city center. The public bus connected the airport with the city center and train station in 15 minutes ride with a single ticket cost €2.50. While a taxi ride should cost less than €20 to the city center.

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By Train : Located right on the border with Germany, Salzburg Hauptbahnhof is administered jointly by Austrian Railways (ÖBB) as well as German Rail (DB). The excellent rail network well connected Salzburg with numerous domestic as well as international cities. Travelers can visit Salzburg from Budapest, Bregenz, Linz, Innsbruck, Munich, Vienna, and Zurich with a fast and convenient rail journey.

By Bus : Long-distance coach travel is often the best option for budget travelers. Numerous bus companies including FlixBus, GoEuro, and Leo Express offer a fast, simple, and great money-saving way of getting to Salzburg. Bus stations are located right in front of Salzburg Main Station.

By Car : Salzburg is easy to access by car and is a great stop point for a road trip through Austria and Bavaria. However, all parking is fee-based in downtown Salzburg. So it is still highly recommended to use public transport to travel to the city center. If you need to rent a car to visit Salzburg, make sure to compare your price at Rentalcars.com with the best rate offer and high reputation from customers.

Getting Around Salzburg

Salzburg is a compact city with most main attractions are within the city center in Old Town (Altstadt). All places can be reached on foot and mostly are pedestrianized. While certain places like Untersberg, Schloss Hellbrunn, and Salzburg Stiegl-Brauwelt are located out of town they are required to take public transport to get there.

Salzburg has an excellent public transport system which greatly helps visitors to explore the city. A single ride on the bus cost €1.80 pre-paid, and €2.50 on board. Consider getting the 24 hours Transportation Pass if you don’t plan to visit any attraction but are required to ride the public transport. Save By 24 hours Transportation Pass. 2x will ride cost €5 while an unlimited 24-hour pass at €5.50!

Where To Stay

There are plenty of accommodation options in Salzburg. We will help to explain the best places to stay in Salzburg that we recommended based on your preference and budget.

For your best sleep in Salzburg, we recommended below:

  • Best Luxury Stay :  Hotel Bristol Salzburg  and  Hotel Schloss Mönchstein
  • Old Town :  IMLAUER HOTEL PITTER Salzburg  and  Hotel am Mirabellplatz
  • Nearby Salzburg Station :  H+ Hotel Salzburg  and  ACHAT Plaza Zum Hirschen
  • Best Place to stay on a budget :  Pension Jahn  and  MEININGER Hotel Salzburg City Center

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Salzburg Travel Tips

Salzburg Card

Salzburg Card is essential as an all-inclusive travel card when visiting Salzburg. With a Salzburg card, free admission to mostly all Salzburg attractions including a museum, city attractions,s and a discount on concerts or other events. It also includes the free public transportation ride in the city center, including the rides on the Festungsbahn funicular, Untersberg Cable Car, Mönchsberg lift, and Salzach River Tour I.

Salzburg Itinerary

There are so many interesting places to plan for your 1-Day Salzburg itinerary. While most people are mainly looking for what to do and food to eat in Salzburg. No worry. We listed below must visit and eat in Salzburg for your day trip.

Things To Do for One Day Salzburg Itinerary:

Ride The Cable Car At Untersberg

Splash by water at trick fountains, schloss hellbrunn, enjoy the salzburg beer in stiegl-brauwelt, take the sound of music tour, exploring salzburg’s old town, visit the mirabell palace and garden, exploring linzer gasse platzl, wandering at getreidegasse, visit mozart birthplace, residenzplatz with salzburg cathedral and domquartier, take funicular ride to hohensalzburg fortress, kapitelplatz with golden sphere.

Whether you want to visit top sights in Salzburg or only indulge in some super fun based on your interest is all depends on you. Trust me, even in just visiting with one day Salzburg itinerary, there are so many unusual but joyful things that can be done in Salzburg.

Ride The Cable Car At Untersberg

Untersberg is one of the mountain peak recreation areas for locals and visitors. With just 10 minutes of the Untersberg cable car ride, you can have an incredible panorama view of Salzburg City and the nearby Berchtesgaden, Germany at the height of 1,776 m.

Once you reach the top, you will be mesmerized by the majestic view at the peak of the mountain. In good visibility, you can even see out to the Salzkammergut lakes as well as Lake Chiemsee in Bavaria. Hikers can also spend time exploring the hiking trail at Untersberg.

Schloss Hellbrunn - Trick Fountains

Schloss Hellbrunn was the summer palace built by the prince-archbishop of Salzburg, Markus Sittikus as a place to relax and entertain between 1612 and 1615. While the Trick Fountains were once used by Markus Sittikus to entertain his guests by surprising them with hidden water spray. Trick fountains can still be visited today to surprise unsuspecting visitors when touring the Palace.

Trick Fountain At Schloss Hellbrunn

The Wasserspiele Tour can be very fun and refreshing to kids or even adults, especially during the hot summer. The good thing about the Trick Fountains is you can join this fun tour for free by Salzburg Card

Salzburg’s Stiegl-Brauwelt

One of the oldest breweries in the world opened in 1492 and still working today. Salzburg Stiegl-Brauwelt is a popular brewing exhibition and offers tours to visitors to know more about history.

The guided tours are only running in German but the 270 brew cinema and exhibition display are clearly labeled in different languages including English. You will get some souvenirs and a glass of beer for free at the end of your visit.

A Salzburg trip cannot be deemed complete unless you take the Sound of the Music tour. It will be once in a lifetime experience especially if you’re a fan of the classic movie.

On Sound of Music Half Day Tour , original shooting locations can be visited. A trip down memory lane, with the scenes from the Sound of Music being experienced live.

The good thing about Salzburg is most of the attractions are concentrated around the old town (Altstadt) within walking distance from one another. Exploring by foot is one of the best things to do in Salzburg.

Their proximity makes it easy for visitors who only have a short amount of time to spend in Salzburg.

Mirabell Palace

Stop by at Mirabell palaces and its beautiful garden. For Sound of Music fans, Mirabell Garden is not to be missed. The Pegasus fountain in the Mirabell garden is where the children danced around and sang “Do Re Mi” in the movie scene.

If you have time, don’t forget to visit Mozart’s Residence , a lane away from the Mirabell Garden. Mozart-Wohnhaus is special for Mozart’s fans and now is a museum where you can admire several artifacts used by the famous composer himself. An audio self-guided tour takes approximately 30 minutes.

Linzer Gasse Platzl is one of Salzburg’s most enchanting little pedestrian streets. The street is filled with great restaurants, charming coffee shops, and storied hotels. It is a great place to go for a walk and enjoy the city’s beautiful architecture.

Cross The Makartsteg Bridge

Padlocks at Makartsteg Bridge

Take a short walk to the Makartsteg Bridge – the bridge of love . The bridge on the Salzach River is lively with beautiful views and thousand of padlocks left by locals and visitors, merely seeking to “lock” their love or memory of visiting Salzburg.

Cross the bridge to the other side after you admire the nice scene on the bridge.

Getreidegasse Shopping Street

Continue your short walk to the Getreidegasse, Salzburg’s most famous shopping street . Enjoy wandering around the cobbled stone street with wrought-iron guild signs hanging along the street. You can also spend some time shopping if you feel like it. 

Salzburg itinerary - Mozart Birthplace

To continue your exploration of the city’s rich history, you can visit Mozart’s birthplace in Old Town Salzburg, on no. 9 Getreidegasse street.

The canary yellow building is where Mozart lived from birth until age 17. You will find impeccably preserved writings and musical instruments on display including one of Mozart’s baby-sized violins.

Residenzplatz With Salzburg Cathedral And DomQuartier

Heading east until you reach the 16th-century square with a baroque fountain in its center. The square, called Residenzplatz , is bordered by the Salzburg Cathedral on the south side and Salzburg DomQuartier on the west.

Salzburg Cathedral is a seventeenth-century Baroque cathedral and was rebuilt in 1181 after a fire. While DomQuartier Salzburg is a large Baroque complex with tours that let you learn more about Salzburg’s art and cultural history with numerous paintings, old furniture, and religious art.

Funicular Ride To Hohensalzburg Fortress

Salzburg is overlooked by its key landmark, Hohensalzburg Fortress on the southeastern summit. Take the short funicular ride or pleasant 20 minutes walk to the Hohensalzburg Fortress on your Salzburg day trip.

Awesome View Over Salzburg at Hohensalzburg Fortress

This ride is officially known as the Festungsbahn. Once you make it to the fortress, there are museums including Fortress Museum, Rainer Regiment Museum, and Golden Rooms to tour. However, the best part of visiting the fortress was the awesome view over Salzburg and the countryside with mild wind keep blowing.

Kapitelplatz with golden sphere

After getting down from Hohensalzburg Fortress, continue walking to the western side of Salzburg to Kapitelplatz. Kapitelplatz features an oversized chessboard and a golden large sphere in the middle. This prominent attraction is an art piece called “Sphaera” with a perched on top.

Best Time To Visit Salzburg

Salzburg can be visited year-round. Similar to many other European cities, the peak season for visiting Salzburg is July until August during the summer holiday. While Salzburg Festival is held during this time, so expect large crowds to come to visit Salzburg.

If you want nice weather but fewer crowds, the best time to visit Salzburg would be May, September, and October.

Day Trip To Nearby Salzburg Attractions

Salzburg is located close to the border between Austria and Germany, so it’s pretty easy to cross the border to the west to Germany for the best day trip from Salzburg. Consider adding a few days’ stays at Salzburg into your itinerary to fully appreciate the beauty of Austria.

Here are some recommended places for a day trip from Salzburg:

Hallstatt and the Dachstein Salzkammergut – undoubtedly one of the most picturesque towns in Austria. Take a day trip to Hallstatt to explore the “world’s most beautiful town” from Salzburg. Consider staying one or two nights at Hallstatt to visit the Hallstatt Salzwelten, one of the oldest salt mines, and Dachstein Krippenstein for its Giant Ice Cave and Five Finger.

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Berchtesgaden National Park – Germany’s only Alpine National park with tons of offers. The beautiful Berchtesgaden can be reached by an hour of bus ride from Salzburg. Admire spectacular views at Eagle’s Nest which was created as a gift for Adolf Hitler, and was well preserved from World War II. Or take a ferry boat tour to Bavaria’s deepest lake at Konigsee to see the crystal clear water and quaint Church of St Bartholoma.

Related Read: Day Trip to Berchtesgaden from Salzburg

Bavarian capital, Munich – Direct train links connect Salzburg and Munich for an incredible city with a lot of things to see, foods to eat, and beer to drink. Join the crowds of tourists at beer halls like Hofbrauhaus for a pint of beer.

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Recommended Tour from Salzburg

For hassle-free, you can consider taking the day trip from Salzburg. There is plenty of tours that can be planned on your Salzburg itinerary.

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Wrap-Up: Planning on Salzburg Itinerary

Planning on Salzburg Itinerary

With a well-planned Salzburg itinerary , it is possible to see Salzburg in one day! Places to visit in Salzburg include the world-famous Hohensalzburg Castle, Mirabell Palace, and Gardens, Mozart’s birthplace, or as simple as strolling around the Salzburg old town. For sure, it is impossible to indulge in all of them in just one day. But if you have a well-plan Salzburg itinerary, you’ll still be able to see most of the top sights and attractions on your Salzburg one-day trip.

During our trip to Salzburg, we spend one whole day in Salzburg and found there are lots of things to do and see. We join the Wasserspiele tour at Schloss Hellbrunn, enjoy a glass of fresh brew at Stiegl-Brauwelt, and visited most of the famous attractions in the old town. Unfortunately, Untersberg is close to maintenance in April. Else it will be great to put the cable car ride and Schloss Hellbrunn together as both are located in the south of Salzburg.

There are so many things to do in a 1-day Salzburg itinerary. If possible, make your Salzburg visit for two days to explore the town or nearby in more detail.

Lastly, here is some travel guide for you to plan on your trip to Salzburg:

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Obersalzberg Cable Car

The mountains entice and, thanks to the Obersalzberg cable car , your excursion can be even more enjoyable! Without much effort, this is the way to take in the pure mountain air and do something for your circulation as well. The Obersalzberg cable car gives access to a large number of hiking trails at the elevation of about 1,000 meters (3,300 ft).

Obersalzbergbahn - Bergblick

From here, the Documentation Center at Obersalzberg and the Eagle's Nest bus departure point are about 2 km (1.2 miles) away. In the winter, equipped with a rental sled, the natural sledding track is a great way to swiftly reach the valley below and fun for the whole family.

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  1. Cable Car Untersberg

    Cable Car Untersberg The modern Untersbergbahn takes walkers and hikers quickly and comfortably up the legendary Salzburg mountain. Awaiting the visitor at the top is a magnificent view over the whole landscape. The Untersbergbahn, a Salzburg institution The Untersberg is one of the most popular recreational spaces in Salzburg.

  2. Reach the Untersberg Cable Car: Your Salzburg Transport Guide

    To reach the Untersberg cable car from Salzburg, you take bus number 25 and get off at the last stop. The bus stops in front of the cable car. On top of mount Untersberg, you walk for five minutes to "Geiereck", the highest point on the eastern side before you take an easy 30-minute hike to "Salzburger Hochthron" the peak of Untersberg in Austria.

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    Salzburg Cable car tours Our most recommended Salzburg Cable car tours 1. From Salzburg: Half-Day Tour to Hallstatt Embark on a half-day scenic tour through the Salzkammergut to Hallstatt. See the town of Hallstatt on a guided tour and explore at your own pace after. Admire the Mullbach waterfall and the Bone House.

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    Price & Hours 28 euros (about $29) for a round-trip pass Hours vary Details Hiking, Recreation, Sightseeing Type 2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend Scorecard Value 4.0 Facilities 1.5

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    This Untersberg Cable Car ride helps you access incredible views of Salzburg. Hassle-free experience—exchange a voucher for a return cable car ticket. Perfect for photography fans—see views of Salzburg and German lakes. Lots to do near the station—including hiking routes and a restaurant.

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    A must do if you are in Salzburg. We had the Salzburg card. Cable car and bus rides alone pays off the SB card cost. Bus 25 and 5 both go to the Untersberg. Bus 25 takes scenic route and also stops at Hellbrunn palace and the zoo. The cable car ride was smooth and thrilling. It offers stunning views. It was a beautiful clear day, windy at the top.

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    What Cable Car Tours in Salzburg are good for avoiding crowds? A: These hidden gems in Salzburg may have limited interaction with crowds: Skip-The-Line Salt-Mines and Bavarian Mountains Tour from Salzburg; Salzburg Super Saver: Original Sound of Music and Salt Mines Day Trip;

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    Tel. +43662 8884-9700 eMail Website Route planner back enable sharing The funicular takes you up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress, Salzburg's landmark, in no time.

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    There is an actual center where you can buy a ticket or show your Salzburg card. A cable car takes you up the 6473-foot (1973 meters) mountain of Untersberg. It is the highest peak in the region. The cable car was first constructed back in 1961. The mountain was actually seen in the move, The Sound of Music.

  11. Cable Car Untersberg Mountain Day Trip From Salzburg

    The Untersberg cable car in Grodig is a popular attraction in Salzburg, Austria. It is included in the Salzburg Card attractions and offers visitors an opportunity to experience the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The cable car takes visitors up to the summit of the Untersberg mountain, which is over 6,000 feet high.

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  13. UNTERSBERG: All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)

    There is an actual center where you can buy a ticket or show your Salzburg card. A cable car takes you up the 6473-foot (1973 meters) mountain of Untersberg. It is the highest peak in the region. The cable car was first constructed back in 1961. The mountain was actually seen in the move, The Sound of Music.

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    How much is the ticket for the Cable Car? The price for the Kitzsteinhorn cable car in 2020 is €47,- per adult, €35,- for approximately 16-18 year-olds, and €23,50 for children younger than that. It is an expensive cable car, but you get what you pay for.

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    1. Cable Car Station: Two Caves 2. Cable Car Station: Five Fingers 3. Cable Car Station: Vintage & Hiking Where to eat & sleep on Dachstein Krippenstein? How to get to Dachstein Krippenstein? How you get to the Dachstein Krippenstein visitors center, the valley station of the cable car almost corresponds with how yo u get to Hallstatt.

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    It also includes the free public transportation ride in the city center, including the rides on the Festungsbahn funicular, Untersberg Cable Car, Mönchsberg lift, and Salzach River Tour I. Salzburg Card For One, Two, Three Days The Salzburg Card is available in 24, 48 and 72 hours.

  17. Cable car operation & operating hours |Snow Space Salzburg

    Operating hours 2023/24. from the beginning of the season until 31.01.24: daily from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. from 12 January 2024 always Friday to Sunday 8.00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Regular operating hours during the Christmas holidays and New Year! End of season, April 7, 2024. The last control run is indicated on the respective cable car.

  18. Which cable car?

    Save. Imho Zwölferhorn at St Gilgen has the better views. Takes about 20 minutes longer to get to by bus from Salzburg than to the Untersberg cable car. You can check travel options to both at google maps. 2.

  19. Obersalzberg Cable Car

    Obersalzbergbahn GmbH. Bergwerkstraße 10 1/3, 83471 Berchtesgaden. Phone: +49-160-8353990. [email protected]. www.obersalzbergbahn.de. Gästebefragung. The Obersalzberg cable car gives access to a large number of hiking trails at the elevation of about 1,000 meters (3,300 ft).

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    Salzburg (State) Cable car tours Our most recommended Salzburg (State) Cable car tours 1. From Salzburg: Half-Day Tour to Hallstatt Embark on a half-day scenic tour through the Salzkammergut to Hallstatt. See the town of Hallstatt on a guided tour and explore at your own pace after. Admire the Mullbach waterfall and the Bone House.

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