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  • Salzburg Introduction
  • Salzburg Top Attractions
  • Attractions to go and explore
  • Airport Location
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SALZBURG CAR HIRE

Leading Suppliers for this Location:
Sixt, Megadrive, Europcar, Buchbinder

Salzburg Introduction  
  1. Salzburg is more notorious to the tourists than locals at times, with the tourism population outnumbering the locals in peak season. As the birthplace of Mozart it is sure to be a memorable destination for music lovers around the globe. However, there are many other reasons Salzburg is such a popular holiday choice with Skiing and the charm of the landscape a must visit. There are many things to see and do and in order to get to them all easily and conveniently, it is recommended to arrange car hire.

Salzburg Top Attractions  
  1. Salzburg Zoo

    From the moment you get to the zoo, you can see they set out to create enclosures really aiming give the inhabitants the most natural time possible. Zoos are always a welcome day trip whilst on vacation and Salzburg Zoo most differently meets the high expectations.

  2. Redbull Hanger-7

    Even in the heart of this old city you can find a flash of modern technology with Formula One racing cars, stunt planes and other adrenaline sport artefacts.

  3. Mozart's Birthplace

    What was once the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is now the museum to his legacy. You can find his instruments, artefacts and paintings of this musical master..

  4. Museum of Natural History and Technology

    Aquarium, Reptiles, Dinosaurs, moon landing technology, walk-in violin room, Biological Laboratory, so much can be done at this fantastic family site.

  5. Hohensalzburg Fortress

    An immense medieval fortress right in the middle of the city and high above the streets of Salzburg. Impressive from the outside and breathtaking when walking along the walls looking out to the city and Alps mountain range.

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Attractions to go and explore  
  1. Munich -145Km - 1 Hour 30 Minutes

    Taking a day off from skiing to go and visit Germany is well recommended, and what better place to go then Munich with so much history and much modern style.

  2. Grossarl - 85Km - Just over an Hour

    A simple little market town surrounded by multiple highly rated ski slopes for various levels of experience.

  3. Obertauern - 100Km - Just over an Hour

    Skiing and Austria go hand in hand and one of the best places to start is the mountain town Obertauern with the landscape required for some brilliant skiing slopes.

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Top Driving Tips
  1. Driving in Austria is a pleasant experience despite throwing the odd curve ball. Being one of the world's top skiing locations, it comes as no surprise to learn about the tricky conditions during the winter months. From 1st Nov to the 15 April each and every car will require winter tyres but this is more of percussion more than anything else as the major roads (Superhighways & Byways) will always be highly maintained. The smaller roads or when the snow gets intense, that’s when driving can become challenging but the local authorities are well equipped to deal with anything.

At the Airport
  1. The Salzburg Airport in Austria bills itself as a regional airport but it truly is international. With almost 2 million passengers yearly from all over the world, it has become the favourable airport to land in to gain access to the Alps for winter skiing adventures. In fact, a separate terminal is now in use to help handle the influx of winter tourists who come in to ski. For many travellers arriving to Salzburg Airport, also known as the W.A. Mozart Airport, they’ll find a unique terminal that has shopping for domestic and international passengers including boutiques with jewellery, designer handbags and more. Food options include a bakery, grab and go foods as well as a beer garden as well as a world-class restaurant situated inside the airport.

Airport Location  
  1. Salzburg Airport is located a brief 4km distance from downtown Salzburg making getting from door to door quite easy for tourists and locals alike. With its own exit off the motorways close it is typically a quick shot from downtown to the airport.

Car Hire at the Airport
  1. With the majority of tourists arriving in Salzburg wanting to experience both the city and the surrounding landscapes or on their way to one of many ski resorts nearby, car hire is a great tool to get to either an attraction or to transport ski equipment. All car hire is located on the ground level of the multi-storey car park which can be reached by a covered walkway after leaving each terminal. Enterprise, Buchbinder and Alamo all have a desk in terminal with the addition of Europcar, Megadrive and SIXT found at the car rental section.