Both scheduled and no-frills flights from Europe and the USA serve Salzburg airport, a 20-minute bus ride from the city.
Salzburg’s efficient bus network, run by Salzburger Verkehrsverbund (SVV; www.salzburg-verkehr.at), makes it easy to reach the province’s smaller villages.
Car & Motorcycle
By road, the main routes into the region are the A8/E52 from Munich and the A1/E60 from Linz. To enter the province from Carinthia and the south, you can use the A10 from Spittal an der Drau or the Autoschleuse Tauernbahn south of Bad Gastein.
Salzburg is well connected to the rest of Austria by public transport, with excellent rail connections to Hohe Tauern National Park and neighbouring Salzkammergut. Salzburg’s Hauptbahnhof (main train station) has good services to Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic.