Arrival and mobility
You fear traffic jams, stress or tension? You don't have to when you choose a vacation in the Fuschlseeregion. We make sure that your vacation already starts as soon as you leave home. Because thanks to its central location, the Fuschlseeregion is easily accessible by public transport and also offers the possibility of an environmentally friendly and sustainable journey.
Journey to the Fuschlseeregion
The Fuschlseeregion in Salzburger Land is a popular travel destination and can be reached in various ways: Train, bus, plane or your own car are available for your arrival. Particularly active vacationers can also arrive by bike via the well-developed network of bike paths.
Traveling sustainably by train
An environmentally friendly and comfortable journey by train is made possible by the perfect transport connections to the city of Salzburg. Salzburg's main train station is located not far from the city center and is only 20 km away from the Fuschlseeregion. From there you can easily continue your journey by bus or get a cab. Some hotels also offer a pick-up service from Salzburg train station.
Sustainable arrival by public bus
Between the city of Salzburg and Bad Ischl in the Salzkammergut region, an excellently developed bus network brings you to the Fuschlseeregion. Lines 150, 154 and 155 connect the city of Salzburg directly with the communities of the Fuschlseeregion via regular bus services. The public buses usually run several times a day and take you to the various towns in the region.
Arriving by plane
The nearest airport is Salzburg Airport, which is served by various international airlines. From Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart you can take a bus, a cab or a rental car to the Fuschlseeregion. Some hotels also offer a pick-up service from Salzburg Airport.
Arrival by car
The Fuschlseeregion is located about 20 km east of Salzburg and is easily accessible via the A1 freeway (Westautobahn). From the Thalgau exit, the road leads directly to the Fuschlsee region. Please note that on the freeways and expressways in Austria the vignette is compulsory - for more information please visit asfinag.at
There are numerous parking spaces available in the Fuschlseeregion. Depending on the location, these are either chargeable or free of charge. For information on tariffs, usage regulations, permitted parking periods, night parking bans, etc., please refer to the information signs on site.
E-car charging stations
E-car charging stations
You rely on modern mobility? If you decide to travel sustainably with an electric vehicle, you will find a list of all e-charging stations in the region here.
On the road in the Fuschlseeregion
Going without your own vehicle on holiday is made easy in the Fuschlseeregion. The well-timed public bus routes keep you mobile in the region. The regional bus network is well developed and offers a climate-friendly and uncomplicated way to reach all destinations between Salzkammergut and Salzburg City with lines 150, 154 and 155. In addition, in winter you can reach our winter sports resorts sustainably and free of charge with the winter bus.
Hiking without a footprint
The leisure ticket makes hiking without a car easier and cheaper than ever before.
No need to search for a parking space, no diversions back to the starting point.
Simply take the bus to the starting point of the hike, enjoy the hike and take the bus home again on the other side of the mountain.
Discover the top 10 hikes by public transport now.
Salzburg Leisure Ticket
Since 1 July, Salzburg has been offering a leisure ticket for € 19 for 2 persons and up to 4 children.
The ticket is valid all day on all public transport that is not ÖBB long-distance transport. The Salzburg/Upper Austrian border area is also well served. Here is the link to "Where is the Freizeit-Ticket valid?
Go on a sustainable holiday and do without the car as often as possible. We in the Fuschlsee region show you how! Cycle or walk past the most beautiful lakes and up to the peaks!