By Tour Bus to Salzburg
The Old Town of Salzburg is a popular pedestrian zone. With the two terminals in Paris-Lordon-Strasse and Nonntal, travellers by bus are only a few minutes walk away from the city center. As of June 2018, Salzburg will be operating a new online booking system for tour coaches.
Rules for Tour Buses visiting Salzburg
Two bus terminals – one on Paris-Lodron-Strasse (closed from 19th February to June 2018) and the other in Nonntal – may be used to allow passengers to get off and on tour buses. Tour buses have to be parked at the “Nord” (north) and “Süd” (south) as well as bus parking areas. The charges for parking are 4,00 EUR per hour (max. of 24,00 EUR per day).
- NORD (NORTH) - GPS address: Anschlussstelle Salzburg Nord, 5020 Salzburg, Geo Coordinates: Latitude 47.832019, Longitude 13.055515
- SÜD (SOUTH) - GPS address: Ein/Ausfahrt, 5020 Salzburg, Geo Coordinates: Latitude 47.769859, Longitude 13.071728
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2018
Regulations for tour buses
Barricade Terminal Paris-Lodron-Straße: 19th February to June 2018
Salzburg AG will be upgrading pipes used for the district heating system from 19th February 2018 until June 2018 in the area of Terminal Paris-Lodron- Strasse between Mirabellplatz and Franz-Josef-Strasse. Due to extensive excavation work, during this period only Terminal Nonntal located on Erzabt-Klotz-Strasse will be available for the use of tour buses. Terminal Nonntal may be reached from the “Salzburg Süd” junction on the autobahn.
Access Regulations for Tour Buses beginning Spring/June 2018
The City of Salzburg is reacting to the major increase in the tour bus market. In order to mitigate the related effects on waiting times as well as opportunities for boarding and alighting buses at the bus terminals, as of April 2018 Tourismus Salzburg GmbH will be introducing an online reservation system for tour buses. Each tour bus will then be assigned time slots for arrival and guest pick-up at the terminals as well as a parking space based on availability. The cost for this service is provisionally expected to be 24 euro per bus per day. The primary goal of these access regulations is to improve management and control of the tourist flow.