Mozart Airport is the most likely entry point for international visitors and by far the easiest way to get to Salzburg. The airport is a few kilometres from the city centre. Hauptbahnhof train station is in the centre of town, around a 10 minute walk from the Old Town. Buses get into the Südtirolerplatz stop, just outside the main train station.
Departing from the U.K: Airports across the country serve the city of Salzburg and an average of one flight per hour leaves each airport in London, outside of London this is reduced but usually at least daily, depending on the airline. Make sure to arrive at the airport with good time to allow for security checks.
Arriving in Salzburg: The easiest way to get from the airport to the city centre is by bus. The number 2 and 8 buses run a service to and from the airport every 10-20 minutes and the journey lasts a duration of 15 - 20 minutes. Alternatively, there are also taxi services available offered by the airport that can take you to the city centre. This will cost between €20 and €35. Public transportation in Salzburg is limited to bus and tram services which are provided by StadtBus and Obus, a ticket will cost about €2.50. The bus system is relatively popular but locals and tourists tend to travel on foot given the small size of the city.
If you're arriving from the continent by train, you'll arrive into Salzburg Hauptbahnhof. Travellers can catch the S-Bahn or intercity train to then travel by bus into the centre of Salzburg. Lines 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 depart and arrive from the train station. Südtiroler Platz also has a taxi rank, where travellers can access the city centre with ease.
The coach station is also found at Salzburg Hauptbahof, which provides passengers with alternative ways of travelling around Austria and Europe. The main coach operator serving routes to Salzburg is Flixbus.