How to Get to Zell am See
The town is a popular mountain ski destination located in the Austrian state of Salzburg. In this article, you’ll find available options of transportation to Zell am See from nearby cities and airports.
Taxi to Zell am See
If arriving at Salzburg Airport, you’ll see cabs parked in front of the terminals. Taxi companies may offer both meter-based and flat rates. In any case, you should know approximate taxi prices to avoid overcharging. Getting from W. A. Mozart air terminal to the town will cost 160-200 euros and take less than 1,5 hours. A taxi trip from Munich air hub will make around 330 euros and 2,5 hours. Take care to negotiate a price beforehand or make sure a driver turns the meter on.
Transfer to Zell am See
If you prefer a more comfortable and reliable way to travel, consider a private transfer. You can book a Kiwitaxi transfer online at any time round the clock. Fill in the reservation with pick-up point and time, specify an exact drop-off address and indicate a number of passengers. Remember to order child seats for small children traveling with you. Kiwitaxi transfer fares are fixed and range according to vehicle classes: from economy and comfort to minivan and minibus variants.
Getting there from W. A. Mozart air hub costs from 169 euros, taking near an hour and 20 minutes. A fare for a 2,5-hour taxi transfer from Munich air terminal starts from 351 euros. At Kiwitaxi, you may choose to pay at once online by credit card or to a driver in cash after arriving at the destination address.
Your transfer driver will timely pick you up at the agreed place to safely and fast bring you to the hotel in Zell am See. Kiwitaxi hires only qualified drivers and operated cars under 7 years old.
Public Transport to Zell am See
One may get from Salzburg air hub directly to the resort by bus 260. You’ll spend 14 euros per ticket and 2-2,5 hours. If departing from Munich Airport, you can take a shuttle bus to the city center, then walk to the main railway station, take a train to Wörgl, and change to another one going to Zell am See. The journey will take 5 hours and cost 44-62 euros per ticket.
If setting off from Vienna, take a direct train at 40-55 euros per ticket and spend 4,5 hours of travel. A neighboring ski resort of Innsbruck is in 2 hours of rail travel and can be reached from Zell am See for 19-35 euros per ticket.
Unlike taxi and transfer services, public transport has a limited timetable and may be unavailable at night.
About Zell am See
The town is one of the most picturesque ski resorts in the Alps. It is known for a very long skiing season and a wide range of apres-ski amusements.