Day trip to Salzburg from Cesky Krumlov

Be sure not to miss Salzburg, the historical salt-mining town and Mozart´s birthplace. It will be one of the highlights of your trip to Europe. Promise!

CK Shuttle’s comfortable little buses depart from Cesky Krumlov at 8:00 am (or 9:45 am) every day. You’ll reach Salzburg just in time for an early lunch. The shuttle stops right at the entrance to the historical centre, at the same spot you’ll be picked up later.

When the afternoon’s over and you’ve got your daily dose of breathtaking sights and history, the afternoon shuttle bus to your final destination will pick you up at the same spot you got off. They depart at 17:00 pm (or 15:00 pm) so that you make it to Cesky Krumlov for dinner.

Approximate schedule: departure from Cesky Krumlov at 8:00 am (9:45 am)
arrival in Salzburg at approximately 11:00 am (12:45 pm)
departure from Salzburg at 17:00 pm (15:00 pm)
arrival in Cesky Krumlov at approximately 20:00 pm (18:00 pm)
Price: 2200 CZK 1900 CZK* / 1 person

The price only includes transportation from Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg and back to Cesky Krumlov.

*The discounted price of 1900 CZK per person may not be applied when booking transfer for group of less than 3 persons less than 3 days in advance, nor during the low season (November to March).

How to book the day trip from Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg

To book the day trip, please use our booking form and book the shuttle from Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg in the morning and another shuttle from Salzburg to Cesky Krumlov in the afternoon.

About Salzburg

a historical salt-mining town, Mozart´s birthplace

Salzburg known for its largest and fully preserved castle in Europe situated on top of one of the town´s hills called Festungsberg is the capital city of the Austrian region “Land Salzburg”, which is the border region with Germany´s Bavaria. Salzburg itself is situated almost at the border with Germany located 425 metres above the sea level. It is an ideal scenic stop-over for travellers between Munich, or Hallstatt and Linz, Cesky Krumlov, Prague, or Vienna.

This historical town of some 150 thousand inhabitants derives its name from “salt”, which has been mined in the area for centuries.nIn 1996 Salzburg was listed by UNESCO becoming a world heritage site. It is also the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. nSimilarly to other historical towns, Salzburg is situated on a river (called Salzach), which has formed a number of hills Salzburg is made by - making Salzburg one of the greenest European cities.nWe recommend to allow at least 2 or 3 days to get acquainted with all the noteworthy sights in Salzburg. There are a number of points of interest, including Mozart´s birthplace, the UNESCO listed Old Town, Hohensalzburg fortress, Stift Sankt Peter (St Peter´s Cloister), Franziskanerkirche (Francis Order Church), Leopoldskron Castle, or St Rupert and Virgil Cathedral representing a wide range of architecture spanning from Romanesque, over to Gothic to Baroque.nYou can also visit the magnificent Mirabell Castle Gardens, or Hellbrunn Castle Gardens.nThere is also a number of theatres, museums, music venues, or you can visit Salzburg´s Music Festival (Salzburger Festspiele), which takes place in summer.nWe definitely recommend to allow some time to see the surrounding area, too, offering some stunning views.

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