Travelling by public transport

Travelling by public transport

Coming from Germany
Trains coming from Germany take the connection via Munich Hbf and Wörgl Hbf. At your terminus, Zell am See Hbf, there are hourly buses in the direction of Saalbach Hinterglemm directly from the station or you can take a taxi. You have almost reached your destination at the Bergerkreuz bus stop. A few meters uphill is the Thurnerhof.

Coming from Vienna
From Vienna you take the train towards Salzburg Hbf and from Salzburg on to your terminus in Zell am See. From there there are hourly buses to Saalbach or you can take a taxi to us in Glemmtal. Your last bus stop is Saalbach Bergerkreuz.

Coming from Italy
If you arrive by train from Italy, your connections run over the Brenner in the direction of Wörgl and from there again in the direction of Zell am See. Zell am See train station is your terminus. There is a bus stop right at the train station, where buses depart every hour in the direction of Saalbach. The exit stop is Saalbach Bergerkreuz. It can of course be a lot faster by taxi.

Coming from Switzerland
If you come to us from Switzerland, your train connections run via Innsbruck Hbf, Wörgl Hbf and Zell am See Bahnhof. From there, take a bus or taxi to Saalbach and enjoy your holiday.

The following links help with travel planning:

Tip from the Thurnerhof: Inquire also about economy prices. This leaves more for the holiday budget on site.