Zell am See in detail

Flights & getting there


Buses leave from outside the Hauptbahnhof and from the bus station behind the post office. They run to Kaprun (€3.70, 20 minutes, twice hourly) and Krimml (€10.80, 1½ hours, every two hours).

Car & Motorcycle

Zell am See is on the B311 running north to Lofer, where it joins the B178, which connects St Johann in Tirol with Salzburg (passing through Germany). It’s also just a few kilometres north of the east–west highway linking St Johann im Pongau with Tyrol (via the Gerlos Alpine Road).


Hourly trains run from Zell am See to destinations including Salzburg (€15.90, 1½ to two hours), Kitzbühel (€12.90, 50 minutes) and Innsbruck (€31, 2½ hours).