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The Handy City Card for Salzburg
Discover Salzburg at leisure with the Salzburg Card. You will find that this Card makes your city trip very affordable and efficient: the Salzburg Card allows you to skip the waiting lines and you get priority entrance. Experience the sights of Salzburg from the hop-on hop-off bus with a free ticket. Add to this, discounts on concerts, performances and excursions to places in the vicinity of the city an you understand why a 24, 48 or 72-hour Salzburg Card is worth purchasing. This card is your ticket to a hassle-free city trip to Salzburg!
Fast Track Entry
With the Salzburg Card you get the most out of your city trip. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museums and attraction e.g. Mozart’s Birthplace and the Neue Residenz Museum. Simply show your pass for free admission and skip-the-line entry.
Free Public Transportation
Free public transport is included in your Salzburg Card: buses numbers 1 to 14 of the Albus Bus Company. The funicular railway to Hohensalzburg and Unterberg are also included in the Salzburg Card as is a cruise on the Salzach River.
Your Salzburg Card not only grants free entrance to the most important sights and museums but also allows free transport and significant savings on the hop-on hop-off bus, on performances, concerts and other cultural events in the city and also discounts on excursions to places in the vicinity of Salzburg.
The Salzburg Card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours and includes the following products:
- Free admission to 40 museums and attractions in Salzburg
- Free public transport
- Free funicular railway to Hohensalzburg and Unterberg
- Free boat trip on the Salzach River
- Discount on the hop-on hop-off bus
- Discount on concerts and performances
- Discounts on excursions in and in the vicinity of Salzburg
How does the Salzburg Card work?
Purchase the Salzburg Card online through our website. You receive a conformation email with a voucher which can be exchanged for the physical card at the Tourist Information Office at Salzburg at the Central Train Station, Südtiroler Platz 1, or at the Tourist Office at Mozartplatz 5.
The City of Salzburg
Salzburg is the fourth largest city of Austria. It is the city of Mozart and the Sound of Music. The historic centre of Salzburg brims with churches, castles and palaces and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart but also the city of ‘The Sound of Music’ and the Salzburg Festival. Highlights are: Hohensalzburg Fortress, Getreidegasse, a lively street in the historic centre, Hellbrunn Palace and Trick Fountains and Mirabell Palace and Gardens.