Trains from Salzburg to Munich

Traveling by train from Salzburg to Munich is an easy way to get from Austria to Germany when you are visiting Europe.

Rail services on this route are run by OBB, the Austrian rail company. Their trains leave up to four times an hour, so you can travel whenever you need to.

Trains depart from the Salzburg Hauptbahnhof (main train station) and arrive at the Munich Hauptbahnhof. Almost all trains are direct and require no connections.

The travel time on trains from Salzburg to Munich ranges from 1.5 to 2 hours, making the trip quick and easy.

The cost of a train ticket varies by time and date. Tickets can cost from 19 euros in second class and 33 euros in first class if you book online well in advance.

You can also get discounts on trains to Munich if you travel with 2 to 5 people. If you plan to travel extensively in the Bavaria region, you can buy a Bayern Ticket, which is a Deutsche Bahn (DB) train pass for Bavaria. The Bayern Ticket covers Regional-Express trains from Salzburg to Munich. It can be purchased at the station or online for 22 euros plus 4 euros per additional person after the first.

Trains from Vienna to Frankfurt

Trains from Vienna to Frankfurt are a great way to travel from Austria to Germany when you are visiting Europe.

Trains between these cities depart from the Vienna Westbahnhof train station and arrive at the Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (main train station).

Trains leave Vienna every hour or two from the early morning until just after midnight. They are operated by OBB, the Austrian rail company.

Most trains on this route do not require changes, but some trains require a change in cities like Wurzburg or Munich.

There are also overnight trains from Vienna to Frankfurt. They are operated by City Night Line.

The travel time from Vienna to Frankfurt ranges from 6 hours and 45 minutes to 10 hours and 10 minutes. Direct trains on this route are usually faster than trains that require changes.

The cost of a ticket for a train from Vienna to Frankfurt varies by time, date, and carrier. Single ticket fares also vary depending on how far in advance you book. You can get special Savings Fares of 69 euros in first class and 29 euros in second class if you buy train tickets online well before traveling.