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Salzburg Card

Highlights
  • Book a Salzburg Card to enjoy free admission to more than 30 attractions
  • Select a duration from 24 to 72 hours to suit your vacation schedule
  • Show the card on public transport and ride around Salzburg free of charge
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Salzburg Card
From US$29.04
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24 Hour Salzburg CardMost Popular
Unlimited use for 24 hours from time of first use
From US$29.04
48 Hour Salzburg Card
Unlimited use for 48 hours from time of first use
From US$38.34
72 Hour Salzburg Card
Unlimited use for 72 hours from time of first use
From US$44.14
Overview
Sightsee with the Salzburg Card and save your euros on admission and transport. Perfect if you plan to visit several Salzburg attractions, the pass offers free entry to more than 30 sites around the alpine city. Take advantage of included public transport to visit all the places you want to visit and enjoy discounts on select bike and car rentals, too. Choose from three durations when you book online.
What to Expect
Redeem your booking voucher for your Salzburg Card in the city center and then use it to visit the sites you want to see. If you’re unsure, then read up on the museums, zoos, and cable cars that you can access in the provided guidebook.

Perhaps you’ll use the included public transport and map to visit standout sites, such as the Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mozart’s Birthplace, and Hellbrunn Palace, or treat the kids with a visit to Salzburg Zoo or the toy museum.

The Salzburg Card also lets you save on discounted activities, such as hop-on hop-off tours, high-rope challenges, summertime toboggan runs, and Mozart concerts. Check the Itinerary for the list of all included and discounted attractions.

Your pass is valid for unlimited use for 24, 48, or 72 hours after first use. The duration depends on the option you choose when you book online.
Reviews (347)
1 - 5 of 76 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great Value

We had a 48 hr card. If you are going to visit the attractions that are listed for free you will easily make savings. If just sightseeing most sights are easily accessible by foot.

Thank Lyn196
Reviewed 18 October 2018
Great Deal for our day

The cost of the card for 24 hours was 28 euros. For our day, it was a great savings since it covered all bus travel (regularly 4 euros for a day pass) when we took number 25 to the cable car to Mt. Unterberg (regularly...More

2  Thank Txtwinmama
Reviewed 7 October 2018
Well Worth It!!!

We bought the 24 hour card and were not disappointed. Easy access to all attractions as promised including bus 25 to Untersberg mountain and the tram to the top (about a $30 Euro expense). The card was $28 Euros. You will not be disappointed. Card...More

2  Thank BeatriceToronto
Reviewed 3 October 2018
A very good value for money deal

If you are travelling in Salzburg and want to visit the most iconic locations in the city such as Untersberg, Mozarthaus, Mozart Birthplace, Salzburg castle it is always wiser to get the Salzburg card so that You can visit all these places for free. Furthermore,...More

1  Thank IsharaF9
Reviewed 30 September 2018
super value

a great value idea you can queue jump the funicular to the fortress we had a three day one only used two day as we booked a trip and still saved a lot just on the two days so many attractions and buses included the...More

2  Thank Neil A
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flyindjryan
14 October 2018|
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Response from pkaran | Reviewed this property |
You can use this card on public transport. Entrance fees for monuments/places in Salzburg are included in this card. However walking covers many places in old quarter of the city and it is great pleasure of walking there... More
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Bebeholidays
20 June 2018|
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Response from cigcig | Reviewed this property |
The first usage of the card initiates the 48-hour window. I totally recommend planning usage strategically. For example, I bought a 24-hour card and started mid-day. I visited two museums the first afternoon and two more... More
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PARANDDR
12 June 2018|
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