With ICE International or CityNightLine to Salzburg
- Fare from € 83 with ICE International*
- Fare from € 53,50 with CityNightLine**
- 3 daytime connections and changing trains twice
- 1 nighttime connection with seats, laying areas or beds
Book in advance and safe money!
Book 2-3 months in advance and pay just € 53,50 for a one-way ticket with City Night Line to Salzburg. The sooner you book, the lower the price. Our cheapest tickets cannot be rebooked nor cancelled. Book in advance and safe money! ► Find train tickets
Your journey to Salzburg
With CityNightLine you can travel from Amsterdam to Salzburg in 9 hours and 35 minutes. And that from just € 53,50! If you would prefer to travel during the daytime, then ICE International can bring you quickly and in comfort to this monumental city.
ICE International to Salzburg
ICE International is the high-speed train that travels from the Netherlands to Germany, Switzerland and Austria every day. This train gives travel a new dimension: between Cologne and Frankfurt the train reaches speeds up to 300 km/h.
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CityNightLine to Salzburg
CityNightLine will bring you to Salzburg during the night. You will board the train in the evening, sleep onboard and in the morning you will be at your destination! You can travel with CityNightLine directly to Munich. Here you can catch your train to Salzburg.
International itinerary planner
For a complete travel itinerary, you can consult our International itinerary planner. Please also check the latest information on international train travel and your trip regularly before departure.
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Please note: it is not possible to book a ticket for all CityNightLine trains. Is your trip not amoung the options? Then you can try booking your trip with NS Hispeed Telesales (0900 - 92 96, € 0.35 p.m.) or at one of the NS Hispeed counters in a Tickets & Service office.
Extra comfort: travel first class with ICE International
Would you like a seat with plenty of extras? Travel first class and profit from:
- a seat with adjustable back
- a free copy of the German "Financial Times" newspaper
- a headset outlet at each seat that can be used to listen to audio channels
- access to the "Panorama Lounge", where a glass wall has been placed so that passengers can enjoy the same view as the engine driver
- video screens in the backs of the seats to view video channels
- 46 centimetres of leg room
- 1 electrical outlet for every 2 seats
One way tickets can be purchased from as little as € 123.Find train tickets
Salzburg is also known as the Rome of Austria. The whole town is on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The Salzburg Cathedral dates back to 774, and the abbey of St. Peter is even older, dating back to 696. And in this oldest monastery of Austria, an ancient library is housed.
City trip Salzburg: visit the Festspiele
Every summer Mozart's birthplace - where monuments, Baroque buildings and a medieval castle define the cityscape - organises the Salzburg Festival. During this 6 week festival of operas, plays and concerts, the streets and squares of Salzburg are one big party.
* Fare based on a one way trip from Amsterdam Central with Super discount in second class.
These tickets are limited and after booking it is not possible to change or cancel the ticket. Tickets can be purchased 7 days before departure.
** Fare based on a one way trip from Amsterdam Central with Sparnight discount in second class. These tickets are limited and after booking it is not possible to change or cancel the ticket.