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Munich to Salzburg Train Tickets

Munich to Salzburg Train Tickets

When you think of travel from Munich to Salzburg by train, think Deutsche Bahn. Every day, the German railway company employs both Eurocity and ÖBB Railjet high-speed trains to shuttle passengers comfortably and smoothly between the two cities, and in less than 2 hours’ time! Both commuters offer Standard and First Class seating, as well as an array of convenient onboard amenities and top-notch services designed to enhance your travel experience.

Beginning in Munich, nestled at the foot of the Bavarian Alps, you’ll revel in the historic city’s unique blend of rural tradition and urban life. When ready, settle into a relaxing seat on the train and then make your way to the restaurant coach for a delicious meal or well-deserved glass of wine. You’ll simply lose yourself in the countryside views from your window! Next stop: Salzburg, where fascinating Baroque-era architecture and surrounding snow-capped mountains are a feast for the eyes.

Purchase your Deutsche Bahn “Paper Ticket and Reservation” here and your seat reservation is included. Because this type of ticket requires shipping, it will be delivered to your home address shortly after your order has been processed. Simply present the physical ticket at the station and you’re ready to travel from Munich to Salzburg by train!

Journey details

Frequency
Trains depart every hour on average, with a total of 15 direct-route trains leaving Munich station daily

Travel time
1 hour and 41 minutes direct

Train stations
Munich Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) and Salzburg Hauptbahnhof (Hbf)

Train features
Deutsche Bahn Eurocity and Austrian Railways (ÖBB) Railjet high speed trains, reaching a maximum speed of 200km/h and 230km/h respectively

Train ticket fare options

Your “Paper Ticket and Reservation” gives you two fare options: Standard Class or First Class seating (see details below). Tickets are valid for single or return trips.

Train ticket classes

  • DB Eurocity trains:
    • Standard Class
      • Quality comfortable seats
      • Access to the restaurant and/or bistro car
      • At-seat food and drink trolley service
    • First Class
      • Spacious, premium-quality seats for added comfort and legroom
      • Access to the restaurant and/or bistro car
      • “Quiet Zone” seating
      • Designated mobile phone areas
      • Complimentary refreshments and daily newspaper
      • Courtesy lighting at each seat
      • Power outlet access
  • ÖBB Railjet trains:
    • Standard Class
      • Double seat / aisle / double seat layout
      • Comfortable, quality modern seats
      • Handy, multi-functional tables and power outlets at each seat
      • Access to the restaurant and bistro car
      • At-seat coffee trolley service
    • First Class
      • Single seat / aisle / double seat layout with added legroom
      • Deluxe adjustable leather seats designed for premium-level comfort
      • Extra-wide, multi-functional tables, reading lights and power outlets at each seat
      • Food and beverages from the restaurant menu served directly to your seat
      • Complimentary “welcome aboard” fruit juice drink
      • Newspaper service

Train ticket discounts

  • Child discount
    Children under the age of 4 travel for free when not occupying their own seat. Passengers between the ages of 4 and 11 receive a discount off the adult ticket price.

Services aboard Eurocity trains

  • Open area or small compartment seating (for 6 to 8 passengers)
  • Comfortable, ergonomic seats
  • Air-conditioned coaches
  • Mobile mini-bar catering, offering snacks and drinks at your seat
  • Overhead and below-seat hand luggage storage areas
  • Designated storage areas for larger luggage
  • Wheelchair-accessible seats and facilities

Services aboard Railjet trains

  • Comfortable, ergonomic seats
  • Air-conditioned coaches
  • Restaurant and bistro food service
  • Informational video screens
  • Wheelchair-accessible facilities
  • Designated seating for the disabled
  • Generous-sized luggage racks and compartments
  • Children’s cinema corner
  • Power outlets

More info

Seat reservations
Your train ticket includes travel in a specific seat.

Ticket delivery
When you book your train ticket, you will notice it is called a “Paper Ticket and Reservation”. With this type, the actual ticket is shipped to you after you’ve placed your order. Once in hand, your ticket is valid for your journey from Munich to Salzburg by train.

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