`myself and 5 more girls are planning to travell to zell am see in january for 1 week. we are looking into renting out an apartment for the week. Some of the apartments, however, are a bit out of town.... maybe 20 minute walk. what is the public transport system like? how easy is it to get around? would we be better off finding a place in the town?
Hi, I am planning a visit to Zell am See around January 4th 2013 for about 6 days as part of my birthday plans. Having priced up the trip as far as accommodation and travel goes, i'm not seeking a little advice on how much spending money i should plan to take for my stay. I am not visiting for the skiing but am planning to maybe spend a day at the Nassfeld Skiing area to have a go a tubing.
I am planning a trip to Salzburg also for a day.
I know the details are a bit vague but if anyone has a rough guide as to how much i would need that would be great. Any other trips that are worth doing would also help alot to.
hello, i am thinking of booking a stay in the alpen apartments (apartment central). i was wondering as anyone stayed there? and what are they like? there doesnt seem to be any photos of the bathroom any where on the web. does any one know what the bathroom is like? or maybe have some pics?
thanks for your help
I'm a lil confused whether my Austria OBB railpass is valid for journeys on postbuses.
I intend to take bus no. 670 from Zell am See to Krimml Wasserfalle. Can I make this journey on my Eurail Austria pass?
I have read at someplaces that it is valid but I am not sure. I am very confused as I am in the midlle of making plans on the days that I would will use my pass.
Can anyone tell me if it is possible to hire snowboards in June this year?
Also, lift passes?
We're staying in Zell am See from the 3rd of March 2012 till the 10th. Please can you tell me the best places for apres ski & live Austrian music? We like to ski hard during the day & then reward ourselves with a little light refreshment from 3 onwards. Any replies gratefully received.
We are stopping in Zell am See in the third week in March, We are not into skiing(yet) But more interested in lakes,mountains and visiting various places, Innsbruck, Hallstatt and Saltzburg, This will be our first visit to Austia, and driving down from the U.K. Can anyone reccommend places to go and see and eat on a drive and visit idea for a non-skiing couple?
Hi My friends are staying in the town of zell am see, but i have a late booking on the opposite side of the lake, is it easy to get across to the town to meet up or to meet in the morning for the sking
What are the chances of good snow in mid January. Will be coming for a week of skiing with grand children.
Having been twice to the Bernese Oberland fancied a change. Is this a good area to do some hiking and is there a lot of things to do. Can anyone recommend a good apartment for 2 in the centre of the village.
I want to go to kaprun Im staying at hotel heitzmann can anyone advice what bus number I need and where it departs from.
I would like to go to the summit of schmittenhohe
Im staying at the hotel heitzmann and would wondering what is the best cable car/s to get there, also the best way to get to the cable car I have trouble walking so having to walk along way to get there to the cable car is not an option
Having difficulty finding out how to get from Innsbruck or Kitzbuhel to Zell am See? Train, bus, shuttle? Any help would be appreciated so we can book a train from Basel, Switzerland to Zell am See. Thank you so much
Does anyone know the best place for me to buy Pampers Nappies and baby wipes in Zell am See? We are going there in August. Its a very different holiday for my family. Also can anyone recommend a good car hire company? Thank you.
I plan to stay at a hotel that does not provide the Zell visitors card free of charge to guests in 2011. Does anyone know if this card can be purchased from anywhere in Zell.
We (my family of 4; my husband and I, our 16 year old and 11 year old) would love to 'Ski the Austrian Alps!' We are visiting Salzburg for 2 days, and then we can spend 2 nights at a resort to ski( skiing really just one day would be almost good enough), and off to Vienna and Prague.
This is in mid April, so Im wondering if there'll be enough snow? I heard Zell am see, but my travel agent said Badgastein and we'd have to stay a minimun of 3 to 7 nights? Am I squeezing too much in to 2 days? Is there a convienient way to get to a hotel in Zell am see, rent equipment and get to a lift, for just one day???! Oh Help!!
Thank you for any advice!
Could anybody recommend a cosy apartment or a pension in Zell am See? They say, some owners get their guests freezed at night :0(
Any experience with good accommodation?
What is the best way to get from Munich airport to the place? Have a nice day!
what is the cost of train from zell am see to salzburg
is it cheaper to book a party of 4 or per person.
also is it cheaper by bus
I'm 24 years old and away on a family ski holiday from 2nd january for a week. Are there any young people around my age gonna be out there around that time? I dont fancy spending the entire time with my parents and would be well up for checking out the nightlife haha.
Can anyone advise of train travel timetables from Munich to Zell am See summertime 2010
I'm looking for camping site that can accommodate motorhome near Zell am See in October .
Can anybody recomend a site that open in October and have hookup facilities for motorhome?
Thanks in advance,
Hi All !
i would like to know about purchasing train tickets (Munich-Zell am see) round trip...
I'm arriving in Munich 28th Aug and i will leave to Zell am See on the 29th Aug.I'm wondering how i can buy the train tickets for my trip, i mean, shall i buy them now from the internet or can i just buy them on the same day i'm going ? and from where ?
How much is the ticket per person ?
My thanks in advance,
Hi there !
i'm intending to spend some days in zell am see ...i'm going through Munich in Germany ..
Could anyone please tell me whether there are train trips for that and how much it would cost a person...we're 3 adults in total .
I am already planning the summer holidays, in the Salzburg region with a camper-van. Does anybody have tips about camping facilities in or near Zell-am-See? I would like to know also about the location of supermarkets.
We are visiting Zell am See over Christmas and wanted to know if it is possible to do a horse drawn sleigh ride on Christmas Day
We are staying at the Fischerwirt .... any information on the sleigh ride and any comments on the Fischerwirt would be much appreciated
Hi! This year I'm thinking of spending my Christmas vacations with some friends in Austria. The thing is that I'm a very confused: Some friends told me that if I want to spend traditional Christmas I have to go to Kitzbuhel. Some others told me that if I like snow St.Anton would be ideal. Another friend told me that I should visit Zell am See because it's a bigger city and we will have more things to do than in Kitzbuhel or St Anton. Please help!!!
Anyone of you have taken the bus (operated by OBB Postbus) from the town of Zell am See to Grossglockner Frank Joseph Hohe (to view the snow mountains) and back?
My wife and I will be taking this bus on the morning of 7th june 2007, and is wondering whether we need to reserve any seats beforehand? This is because it is a once-a-day bus and we are afraid that it might be fully booked when we get there. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
We are looking to get married in Zell next year and are wandering whether it is possible to arrange the ceremony independently or whether we have to go through a tour operator? We would also like to hear from anyone who has married in zell.
We will be going to Zell am See for the first time. I see there are 3-4 ski schools. Does anybody know where they are located? We are located in Bahnhof-Str. 5, in the centre of Zell am See. We are looking for the closest school for our kids (7 and 9 years old).
Thanks for your reactions.
Best regards, Ulrik
we are new to skiing, a family of 2 adults and 3 kids 3, 7 and 9 years.
The lift passes look rather expensive, is there any suggestions how to be cost effective.
I expect that kids will be in ski school, will they need lift passes? Or is that usually included in ski school cost.
I doubt if my wife and I will be skiing everyday so is it better to buy a day pass as and when we need one?
Do you need a ski pass to use the nursery slopes? do you need the pass for free buses to lift?
where are the best ski hire deals? saw one stating 2 adult ski hires and kids under 10 are free hire, is this the norm?
Any other advice would be appreciated