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HOW TO REACH SALZBURG

There are many ways to travel to Salzburg: by plane, by train, by bus or by car. Below you will find an overview of the various options.


BY PLANE

Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines offer a comprehensive global route network linking major cities around the world. They provide special prices and conditions to all participants of the EUROGIN 2016 congress in Salzburg.

To make a reservation, please click on www.lufthansa.com/event-booking_en and enter the access code FRZZQFD in the "Access to Your Special Lufthansa Offer" area. This will open an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available.

NOTE: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open.

These promotional fares are also available through your IATA / ARC travel agent. Travel agents can obtain ticketing instructions by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and providing the access code as a reference.

You can of course also book any other flights which are convenient for you. There are direct flights from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London (direct only from Gatwick or Stansted) and Vienna. Most air connections from other points of departure are via Frankfurt or Vienna.

You can also fly to Munich and continue to Salzburg by train or rental car (less than 2 hours drive) or fly to Vienna and take the direct train link from Vienna airport to Salzburg (2h40 min.)


Arriving at Salzburg Airport

Salzburg's W. A. Mozart Airport is located only four kilometers from the city center.

When you arrive at Salzburg Airport, you can either take a taxi – taxi stands are in front of the terminal - or one of the public buses to Salzburg Congress. The taxi ride takes about 15 minutes and costs approx. € 16,00.

The bus line no 2 goes daily every 10/20 minutes between Salzburg main railway station and the airport. Sundays and public holidays every 20 min. Journey time approx. 20 minutes.

The bus line no 10 (Mon-Sat) goes every 10 minutes from the airport to Salzburg city center. Journey time approx. 15 minutes.

You can buy a bus ticket from the driver, it costs € 2,50 (one way). For more information on public transport in Salzburg please click here.


Arriving at Vienna Airport

Vienna International Airport, the biggest airport in Austria, is located 20 kilometers south-east of Vienna and 290 kilometers away from Salzburg.

You can either go by train or by airport shuttle to Salzburg. Renting a car is another option.


 Train from Vienna Airport to Salzburg

The Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) Intercity and railjet trains are providing a direct daytime service twice an hour from Vienna International Airport via Vienna main station - straight to Salzburg main station. The scheduled journey time is 2 hours and 49 minutes. For more information please click here.


 Airport shuttle (SMS airport transfer)

You can either go by collective transfer - in a comfortable minibus with a maximum of seven other passengers - or on request you can also book individual transfers in comfortable middle-class cars. For more information, please click here.

 

  Renting a car

To enable you to travel freely without being reliant on public transport, you can rent a car at Vienna Airport.

The car rental companies are situated in the car rental center on level 0 of multi-storey car park 4 (P4) and can be reached by a short covered underground passage. For detailed information, please click here.

 

Arriving at Munich Airport

Munich’s „Franz Josef Strauß“ Airport is located 38 kilometers north of Munich and 180 kilometers away from Salzburg.

You can either go by train, by bus (Flixbus), by airport shuttle or by rental car to Salzburg. 

 

 Train from Munich to Salzburg

Having arrived at Munich Airport, please take the S-Bahn (S1 or S8) to the Munich main railway station. The access to the S-Bahn is in Terminal 1 in the Munich Airport Center. Just follow the signs for the Munich Airport Center or the green "S" logo for the S-Bahn. The S1 and S8 S-Bahn trains depart from the airport for the city center every 20 minutes. The journey to Munich main railway station (München Hauptbahnhof) takes approx. 40 minutes.

You can buy tickets for the train at the Deutsche Bahn service desk, which is located in the Munich Airport Center in Terminal 1. It is open on Mon. – Fri. and on Sundays from 7:30 a.m. until 9 p.m., and on Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. There are also machines near both of these locations where you can buy tickets for Deutsche Bahn trains and the Munich public transportation system (MVV). Please find more information about the trains from Munich to Salzburg here.

You can also take the Lufthansa Airport Bus to Munich main railway station (München Hauptbahnhof). This bus departs from the airport every 20 minutes. The trip takes approx. 35 minutes. The Lufthansa Airport Bus stops at Terminal 1 (Arrivals A), the bus terminal at the Munich Airport Center (Z) and at Terminal 2 on the arrivals level (Level 03). You can buy a bus ticket from the driver.

At Munich main railway station please take the train to Salzburg main railway station (Salzburg Hauptbahnhof). Journey time between 1,5 and 2 hours. At Salzburg main railway station you can take a taxi or one of the public buses to Salzburg Congress. It’s only a 5 minutes ride.


 Bus from Munich Airport to Salzburg

There is a direct bus connection from Munich Airport (Terminal 2, Haltestelle 21+22, Pier Nord) to Salzburg main railway station (Lastenstrasse). Journey time approx. 2,4 hours. For more information, please click here. At Salzburg main railway station you can take a taxi or one of the public buses to Salzburg Congress. It’s only a 5 minutes ride.

 Airport shuttle (SMS airport transfer)

You can either go by collective transfer - in a comfortable minibus with a maximum of seven other passengers - or on request you can also book individual transfers in comfortable middle-class cars. For more information, please click here.


 Renting a car

To enable you to travel freely without being reliant on public transport, you can rent a car at Munich Airport. For detailed information about the car rental companies there and the pick-up area, please click here.


BY TRAIN

Salzburg's main railway station is a 10 minutes' walk from Salzburg Congress. The city center is within a 15 minutes' walk. Being close to the German border means that Salzburg has outstanding Eurocity, Intercity and ICE connections to cities across Europe. For more information about train connections, please take a look at the webpages of Austrian Federal Railways (OEBB), Westbahn, German Railways (DB) or Meridian

At Salzburg main railway station you can take a taxi or one of the public buses (lines 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 14, 25 and 840) to Salzburg Congress. It’s only a 5 minutes ride. For more information on public transport in Salzburg please click here.

 


BY BUS

Many buses travel to Salzburg several times a day. They stop at Salzburg Central Station – close to the city center – or at the "Salzburg Süd" Park & Ride terminal just in the south of the city. A public bus will take you from the terminal to Salzburg's city center.

For more information about bus connections, please take a look at the webpages of Flixbus or CheckMyBus.

 


BY CAR

Salzburg is at the center of the European highway network: the A1 Vienna-Salzburg, the A8 Munich-Salzburg and the A10 Villach-Salzburg all converge in Salzburg. Please remember to purchase a toll sticker for Austrian highways if you are driving to Salzburg. Parking at close quarters to Salzburg Congress is possible, for example at Mirabell-Kongress-Garage (entrance via Mirabellplatz) or Sheraton Garage (entrance via Auerspergstraße)


Coming from Munich (A8)

Exit Salzburg-Mitte (292) – Münchner Bundesstraße (B155) – Ignaz Harrer-Straße – Gebirgsjägerplatz – Schwarzstraße – Auerspergstraße. Find the route at Google Maps.

Coming from Italy (A10)
Exit Salzburg-Süd (8) – Alpenstraße (B150) – Imbergstraße – Schwarzstraße – Auerspergstraße. Find the route at Google Maps.

Coming from Vienna (A1)
Exit Salzburg-Nord (288) – Salzburger Straße (B150) – Vogelweiderstraße – Schallmooser Hauptstraße – Franz-Josef-Straße – Markus-Sittikus-Straße – Schwarzstraße – Auerspergstraße. Find the route at Google Maps.

 

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EUROGIN (EUropean Research Organisation on Genital Infection and Neoplasia) brings together clinicians and scientists whose work is related to genital infections and neoplasia.

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