Train Stuttgart → Salzburg
Duration 3h50 - From $125
Rev up your traveler engines Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg (although many still call the area Swabia, its pre-World War II name), is known the world over as the "cradle of the automobile." It was in Stuttgart in 1871 that Gottlieb Daimler invented the first car. This creation is so ingrained in the city's heritage that the Stuttgart coat of arms is the same that graces the hood of every Porsche. Stuttgart was not always the industrial powerhouse it is today. Way back in the 13th century wine was the city's first source of income. Wine remained Stuttgart's leading source of revenue well into the 19th century. Even today, with more than 800 acres of vineyards, this industry continues to help the local economy. Such so, that the annual wine festival “Weindorf” celebrates this fruit of the vine. Learn more about Stuttgart
Go for baroque with the sounds of Mozart In Salzburg, you can climb every mountain, ski down the rest and still have time to wile away the hours at a cozy beer garden. Considered the cultural gem of Austria, this beautiful Baroque and Medieval town is in the center of the picturesque mountains and lakes of western Austria ; allowing travelers to partake in many of their favorite things. Sensing a theme ? You may find raindrops on roses, and whiskers on kittens in this birthplace of “The sound of music.” And take advantage of the convenient Salzburg Card and enjoy free admission to over 30 museums along with free access to Salzburg's public transportation network. Learn more about Salzburg
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"It was a great train, slower than previous train from Paris Est to Stuttgart. We couldn't incline the seat because our seat attach to the wall. The journey was oke. "