Does Bayern ticket include Salzburg?

Does Bayern ticket include Salzburg?

The answer is yes, yes you can! The Bayern Ticket covers the Meridian Train that takes you from Munich to Salzburg and is one of the few exceptions where you can use the Bayern Ticket outside of Bavaria.

How much does a Bayern ticket cost?


Bavaria-Ticket (Bayern-Ticket) Bavaria-Ticket Night (Bayern-Ticket Nacht)
1 passenger: 25 € 23 €
2 passengers: 33 € 28 €
3 passengers: 41 € 33 €
4 passengers: 49 € 38 €

How do I use my Bayern ticket?


  1. Select the English menu.
  2. On the right, select Bayern-Ticket.
  3. Select the number of passengers.
  4. Select the class: 1st or 2nd.
  5. Select the date of your travel.
  6. Choose whether or not to collect Deutsch Bahn points.
  7. Check if all details are correct.
  8. Pay and take the Bayern Ticket printed.

Is there a direct train from Munich Airport to Salzburg?

No, there are no direct train services from Munich Airport Terminal to Salzburg Hbf. Travelling from Munich Airport Terminal to Salzburg Hbf by train will require a minimum of 1 change.

Is Bayern Ticket valid in Innsbruck?

Innsbruck is in Austria and a Bayern Ticket covers Bayern (Bavaria). Plus a few stations in Austria directly at the border (Salzburg Hbf, Kufstein). Coming from Munich you can use the Bayern Ticket towards Innsbruck only as far as Kufstein or Mittenwald.

How much is the train from Salzburg to Munich?

Salzburg Hbf to Munich Hbf by train

Journey time From 1h 32m
Price From $21.71
Distance 72 miles (117 km)
Frequency 32 trains per day
First train 03:56

How many days are enough for Salzburg?

The perfect amount of time to visit in Salzburg is four full days. A 4-day suggested itinerary for Salzburg is basically the same as our three-day stay but with some extra wiggle room for dividing your time. This will also take the guesswork out of which day trip you should do as you will have time to do two of them.

How long is the train from Munich to Salzburg?

The Regional trains run from Munich every hour to Salzburg and the journey takes 2 hours. If coming from the Airport simply take the S8 to the Ostbahnhof and change to the Regional trains. Details. the Bayern Ticket. Costs €22 for 1 person then €4 for each additional person up to a total of 5 people.

Is the Bayern Ticket from Munich to Salzburg valid?

Re: Bayern Ticket (Munich to Salzburg) The Bayern ticket only covers travel within Bayern (the state of Bavaria + Salzburg ). There are Lander tickets for other states (Lander) in Germany. Frankfurt is outside Bavaria, so the Bayern ticket is not valid to Frankfurt.

Is the Bayern Ticket cheaper than a single ticket?

The Bayern Ticket is a day ticket and even if only going oneway it is cheaper than buying single fares if you ar emore than one. The Regional trains run from Munich every hour to Salzburg and the journey takes 2 hours.

Is there a Bayern Ticket from Munich to Grafing?

Yes – if this is a worikday. On Sa, Su and public holidays the Bayern Ticket is however already valid from midnight on. An option to start earlier on workdays is to use the 08:48 RE train to Salzburg and buy an additional ticket from Munich to Grafing (EUR 7,80 per person), the first stop past 9am.