The Salzburg Land Tourismus GmbH’s website gives a good overview of these different offers and further provides website addresses to the respective regions.
Please note: Transport conditions and tariff characteristics may vary.
Travel for free: Discover Tennengau by using public transport. Please be aware that toll fee’s are not included.
Guest Card Pinzgau:
Free transport in the whole region of “Pinzgau” with one of the listed cards below. Included are regional busses, the “Pinzgauer Lokalbahn” from Krimml to Zell/See and all regional trains from Lend to Leogang.
The so called “Sportweltbus” enables guests to travel on certain routes for only EUR 1.00 if they are holders of either the “Salzburger Sportweltcard”, the “Orts-Card”, the bus card for Obertauern or a citizen card.
The following bus numbers are included
280 Radstadt – Untertauern – Obertauern
511 Radtstadt – Eben
520 Radtstadt – Altenmarkt – Wagrain
521 Radtstadt – Altenmarkt – Filzmoos
522 Radtstadt – Altenmarkt – Flachau – Gasthofalm
523 Zauchensee – Altenmarkt – Reitdorf – Flachauwinkel – Wagrain
530 St. Johann/Pongau Wagrain – Kleinarl – Jägersee
523 Altenmarkt – Zauchensee
Whether it is summer or winter – the “Gastein Card” is an attractive added-value card for all guests of the Gastein Valley.With the “Gastein Card” guests can visit thermal baths or spas, use the mountain railway, go for a workout or use the different means of public transport. It simly gives every holder of the “Gastein Card” great value for money.
Hence, holders of a valid “Gastein Card” do only pay EUR 1.50 (adults) or EUR 0.70 (children) for a one-way ticket!
The “Gastein Card” is valid throughout the year and can be used on all routes and busses of the Österreichische Postbus AG and Verkehrsbetriebe Lackner within the Gastein Valley with it’s well-known spa towns Bad Gastein and Bad Hofgastein.
N.B.: When going to Sportgastein there is an additional toll (EUR 2.10) that only adults need to pay.
Last Update: 15th April 2019