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Manchester to Salzburg - Obertauern?

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Anyone done this trip by air, then train from Salzburg to Obertauern? How long did it take you? Suggestions for best accommodation (half board) Puzzled
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sharon1953,
You can get train from Salzburg to Radstadt, then bus or taxi to Obertauern. Better still, if there's a few of you travelling, get a taxi (some hotels provide one) all the way from the airport - it takes about an hour and the cost is quite reasonable. Loads of good accommodation. see here
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thanks for info, we had actually got as far as the tourist board site, and new about the train etc, just wondered if anyone on here had actually done it.
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Sharon,

Never done it but just looked at the ÖBB internet timetable. http://www.oebb.at/

On Saturdays the timetable is

14:46 Salzburg airport
15:07 Salzburg main train station.

Change trains
200m footway to next train

15:17 Salzburg main train station.
16:35 Radstadt

Another 100m footway to No 780 bus stop (this bus is free if you already have a valid ski pass)

16:45 Radstadt
17:13 Obertauern PaßHöhe

So all in all 2.5 hours on 2 trains, one bus with a 200m and then 100m brisk walk inbetween. Probably best to have bags and ski carriers with wheels.

Alternatively a taxi will take approx 1hr 15 min, best to book before and fix a price.

Hope this helps

DB
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Thanks for that, not quite as simple as getting on a train at Salzburg Airport and then hopping off in the resort!! But it will be worth the effort if it saves a lot of money - otherwise it's back to the drawing board!
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Of course it needs to snow in Europe first and it's not looking good at the mo, they could do with bussing it in from the states!!! Sad
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