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OverviewThe average travel time between Salzburg and Linz is 1h10 minutes. The quickest route is 1h05 minutes. The first train leaving Salzburg is at 02:13, the last at 22:12. There is an average of 49 trains a day between Salzburg and Linz, leaving approximately every 40 minutes.
- Departure station : Salzburg hbf (Südtiroler Platz 3 5020 Salzburg)
- Arrival station : Linz hbf (Bahnhofplatz 3-6 4020 Linz)
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Main stations in Salzburg and Linz
Salzburg Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Südtiroler Platz 3 5020 SalzburgOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 9:15pm
Saturday: 5:30am to 9:15pm
Sunday: 6:30am to 9:15pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Railjet, Eurocity), Long distance train, City Night Line
Tourist Information Point, Disable facilities, Lost and found, Police station, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet and Public Payphones.
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Reviews & ratings Salzburg - Linz
"Salzburg Linz"Araceli d. 16/06/2015
Very good trip
"Horrid"Anna d. 08/07/2014
After leaving Prague, we were told that we had to board buses due to construction for part of the track. Train staff did not speak English and we were explained this by another passenger. We boarded buses from 1970, had to get off and reboard another train, then switch cars based on our final destination. Extremely uncomfortable, confusing, and we probably should've been told this before we even left. Lugging a 50lb suitcase on 3 different trains and a bus was not in my travel plans. I would've rented a car if I knew this would happen.
"Salzburg to Prague via Linz"Rohit g. 21/06/2014
We traveled from Salzburg to Prague via Linz. The trip till Linz was comfortable and as per our expectation. But the second phase from Linz to Prague was the worst nightmare we had, ranging from no pantry, faulty air-conditioning, and dirty seats.