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Salzburg-Saalbach Transfer Jan 11-18 2020

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I will be booking a transfer Szg-Saalbach for the 11th January 20 and back to SZG on the 18th for the Bristol EasyJet flights very soon. There are four of us and we will book whatever, so another 2 or 3 will reduce the cost for us and anyone on the same flights, pm me if it helps you. Quote at moment is 300 euros total. Will add this to the village thread when it starts, and bump it later in year, but I like to be organised and sure others do too.....
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260 bus from Salzburg Airport to Maishofen is about €13 per person each way. Takes just over an hour and a half. You’ll then need to get a taxi up the valley to Saalbach. Alternatively, stay on the bus until Zell am See and then catch the 680 bus to Saalbach.
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@Austrian Seagull, thanks for the suggestion, it sounds simple enough, but we think our transfer price is very reasonable without finding any other takers so will go with the extra convenience of the door to door service. Posted in case it helps other Snowheads with their plans. I know the resort choice from SZG is huge but I would be surprised if we were the only people on a (hopefully) full saturday flight heading to Saalbach.......
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Alternatively, stay on the bus until Zell am See and then catch the 680 bus to Saalbach.


@Austrian Seagull, Surely you can just change buses at Maishofen and get the bus from there to Saalbach? I hear that the bus drivers actually talk to each other and ensure that the transfer is properly coordinated. Never done it myself, but the last time I considered doing it that way, I researched the journey on www.oebb.at and recall that the total fare was under EUR 15.
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Alternatively, stay on the bus until Zell am See and then catch the 680 bus to Saalbach.


@Austrian Seagull, Surely you can just change buses at Maishofen and get the bus from there to Saalbach? I hear that the bus drivers actually talk to each other and ensure that the transfer is properly coordinated. Never done it myself, but the last time I considered doing it that way, I researched the journey on www.oebb.at and recall that the total fare was under EUR 15.
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Alternatively, stay on the bus until Zell am See and then catch the 680 bus to Saalbach.


@Austrian Seagull, Surely you can just change buses at Maishofen and get the bus from there to Saalbach? I hear that the bus drivers actually talk to each other and ensure that the transfer is properly coordinated. Never done it myself, but the last time I considered doing it that way, I researched the journey on www.oebb.at and recall that the total fare was under EUR 15.
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tatmanstours wrote:
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Alternatively, stay on the bus until Zell am See and then catch the 680 bus to Saalbach.


@Austrian Seagull, Surely you can just change buses at Maishofen and get the bus from there to Saalbach? I hear that the bus drivers actually talk to each other and ensure that the transfer is properly coordinated. Never done it myself, but the last time I considered doing it that way, I researched the journey on www.oebb.at and recall that the total fare was under EUR 15.


@tatmanstours, Definitely. I forgot that the 680 bus stops at Maishofen too.
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@toyah807, can you let me know how you get on with this and who you got your quote from. I am looking at going next year probably early March. Thanks
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@riman8, If you PM me your email address, I'll gladly send you my comprehensive guide to Saalbach, which includes information about transfer options. (Ignore this message if you already have it.)
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@toyah807, surely for the convenience and cost it is so much easier to hire a car?
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I am getting €315 with Salzburg taxi for my transfer in March.
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