Started by Blackpool-skier in Austria - 4 Replies
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?
I've always booked two singles - not certain whether returns are available - and the site comes up with the best price for your trip.
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.
Ncouse, have you skied Soll/Skiwelt before?
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!
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