Located at the heart of the European continent, the city of Salzburg is quickly accessible from every point on the compass. Getting here and getting home again are made simple by excellent connections and non-stop flights to all major European airports, a modern frontier railway station just the other side of the German border, and a highly-developed and well-integrated motorway network.
It is one of the world’s most attractive destinations for visitors on city breaks and records around three million overnight stays every year. Over the past few decades, Salzburg has become one of the most significant tourist destinations in Europe. Consequently, the city can offer all the benefits of modern, comprehensive and sophisticated infrastructure.
‘The Province of Salzburg is the heart – of the heart of Europe.’
Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Salzburg Airport, Salzburg’s newly renovated AUT/DE-frontier railway station, a network of motorways serving all directions, and public transport services that include environmentally friendly trolley-buses and local rapid transit trains - all make getting here a very simple task. There are no large distances to navigate within the city: Salzburg Congress can be reached by road from the airport in just 15 minutes. From here it’s only a 15-minute walk to the railway station or a relaxing 10-minute stroll to the old town of Salzburg.
Salzburg Congress · Auerspergstraße 6 · 5020 Salzburg