Soll - Austria
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Hi folks,

Hope you're all well and ready for the winter!

Trying to book transfer from Salzburg to Soll using public transport - OBB i think it's called.

I can't see how to book a return journey though or is it a case of booking 2 single journeys?

Anyone used Austrian trains before?

Many times from Innsbruck railway station to many destinations. The wesbite is your friend and, although a little confusing at first, is a very useful tool.

I've always booked two singles - not certain whether returns are available - and the site comes up with the best price for your trip.
Hello Blackpool Skier,

You might be better considering a taxi tranfer service. There is no train station in Soll, the nearest is Worgl or Kufstein so you would have to get a transfer from there in any event. Also because of the geography, a train journey can take up to two and a half hours from Salzburg(plus transfer time from the station to Soll) whereas a direct taxi transfer would take about an hour and a quarter. If there is more than one person travelling, a taxi transfer could also be competetively priced.
LOTA, ncouse - many thanks for your in depth responses. As i am meeting up with a group who have already booked through Crystal, i am travelling alone - so it was really expensive for a taxi transfer. I have just booked through OBB and total travel time to Soll is 1h50, so not too bad and only £23 return!!

Ncouse, have you skied Soll/Skiwelt before?


Hi Blackpool Skier,

Yes,I have skied in the SkiWelt quite a few times and will be there for a day next week! It is a large interconnected ski area with very modern infrastructure and good piste management.Also extensive snow making facilities. Good variety of blue and red runs although a lot of the runs are fairly short. Depending on time of year it can be very busy which because of many crossing runs can make for some interesting experiences!

Topic last updated on 05-December-2017 at 17:24

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