StadtBus (Tel: 0800 66 06 60. Internet: www.stadtbus.at) has an extensive bus network that covers the city and its surroundings with around 20 lines. On weekdays, buses run every 10 minutes between 6.30 a.m. and 8 p.m. and a little less often in the early morning and late evening. Buses run less frequently on weekends, especially on Sundays. There is also the SalzburgCard, which is specially designed for tourists. It is valid for either 24, 48 or 72 hours. For more information, see Passports in the City Sightseeing section.
In addition to single tickets, day tickets and the weekend ticket (which is valid for up to five people) can also be purchased, which can be used in all public transport in the city. For a stay of more than 3 days in Salzburg it is worth buying a weekly ticket.
Salzburg does not lack taxis.
The Salzburg Radio Taxi Association (Tel: (0662) 81 11) has more than 250 cars.
Other taxi companies include Taxi 2220 Salzburg (Tel: (0662) 22 20. Internet: www.taxisalzburg.at) and Salzburg Taxi Service (Tel: (0664) 204 02 90. Internet: www.salzburg-taxi-service.com) .
Cars can be rented from the largest international rental car companies, including
Avis (Tel: (0662) 87 72 78. Internet: www.avis.at),
Budget (Tel: (0662) 85 50 38. Internet: www.budget.at),
Hertz (Tel: (0662) 85 20 86. Internet: www.hertz.com) and
Sixt (Tel: (0662) 85 60 51. Internet: www.sixt.de/mietwagen/oesterreich/salzburg).
Mega Drive (Tel: (05010) 541 24. Internet: www.megadrive.at) is a local provider that is represented at the airport.
Salzburg is ideal for cycling.
Top Bike Salzburg (Tel: 06272) 46 56. Internet: www.topbike.at) operates two rental stations between late spring and autumn. One station is located at the main train station and the other in the center of the old town next to the main bridge – the state bridge.