Driving to Salzburg by campervan
Due to the heavy traffic, it is fairly difficult to find a suitable parking lot for campervans in Salzburg.
Parking during the day
Stopping and parking in the blue zone in Salzburg is generally permitted. Campervans can also be parked on serviced parking lots such as the 'Mirabell Parking' or 'Müllner Bräu Parking.' It is not, however, permitted to camp on parking lots.
Unfortunately, it is no longer permitted to park campervans or caravans on the P&R Parkplatz Süd.
A few campsites with the necessary infrastructure are currently available in close proximity to the city.
The Salzburg Card, which includes free use of public transport, is an environmentally-friendly, stress-free and inexpensive way to visit the city.
'Camping Nord-Sam' and 'Camping Panorama Stadtblick' will be open on certain days during Advent, Christmas and New Year’s Eve (please call campsite for more information).
Parking in Bad Reichenhall
The neighboring town of Bad Reichenhall has its own park available to campervans only. Trailers/caravans are not permitted.
Connection from Salzburg to Bad Reichenhall
Parking sites in Freilassing
Freilassing offers free parking sites for up to six RVs. The site is closed to cars and trucks.