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How to Get to Bad Gastein
A ski town of Bad Gastein is situated in the Austrian state of Salzburg in a picturesque valley. Travelers visiting the resort ordinarily arrive at the nearest airports – Salzburg and Munich ones, and in this article, we share tips on getting to the resort from the airports and other places by various transport means.
Taxi to Bad Gastein
At airports, taxi cabs are usually parked outside the arrivals area. Rates for getting to popular places are usually flat however some drivers may offer a meter-based price. Just make sure they turn the taximeter on or agree on a fare beforehand. Reaching the town from Salzburg air hub costs 150 euros, lasting an hour and 15 minutes. Night rates are usually higher. Take into account, that taxi drivers at Munich air hub rarely accept orders to somewhere outside Germany.
Transfer to Bad Gastein
You may pre-arrange a travel to the town by booking a transfer in advance. With this option, you choose a suitable class car, know a fare beforehand, and receive a convenient door-to-door service right upon arrival at the airport.
To order a transfer at Kiwitaxi, indicate in the online booking form your flight number, destination point, how many passengers there will be and if child seats are needed. A 75-minute transfer from Salzburg Airport costs from 177 euros. Getting from Munich air hub makes 2,5 hours and 300 euros. With us, you may take a transfer ride even from Vienna air terminal, spending from 335 euros and about 4 hours. We offer fixed fares corresponding to car classes. You may pay by card when reserving a transfer or in cash after reaching Bad Gastein.
You’ll be timely picked up at your airport and quickly brought to a needed address. With our transfer service, you’ll save time and strength, enjoying a nice trip.
Public Transport to Bad Gastein
At Salzburg Airport, take an Obus 2 to the city main station, where catch an express to Schwarzach-St. Veit and switch to a bus SV220. This travel will make about 2,5 hours, costing 17-18 euros per each person. You’ll have to change trains twice to reach the town from Munich air hub by rail: at Munich Eastern station and at Salzburg main terminal. You'll spend 46-73 euros per passenger and about 5,5 hours.
Unlike taxi or transfer available 24/7, public transport operates limited hours. Take care to check timetable in advance.
About Bad Gastein
Being a famous skiing place, Bad Gastein is also known for having thermal baths. Its name “Bad” means spa, which reflects the town’s history as a health resort.