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Mobility options

Bike & rail, the ideal combination. Fast, convenient and environmentally friendly. The trip to the starting point of your trip on the Enns Cycling Path and back has to be well-planned - whether by train, bus, car or plane. No matter what means of transport you take to your holiday on the Enns Cycling Path - the Enns Cycling Path is well connected to the transport network. Arrival by train or bus is very easy. But the Enns Cycling Path is also easy to reach from all over the world by using the international network of roads and via Salzburg airport, which lies close to the entry into the Enns Cycling Path at Flachau.


Travel to your holiday destination and move around Styria entirely without stress and traffic jams. When travelling by train, your holiday gets underway during the journey. The countless train connections from Europe are a cost-efficient, fast and relaxed way to get to the Mur Cycling Path. For more information about the connections of the ÖBB [Austrian Federal Railways], contact the call centre of Austrian Federal Railways at Tel. +43 5 1717. The Cyclists' Hotline in Germany can be reached at +49 1805 151415. Tip: For all guests from Germany, the Europe special ticket starts at € 39.00.

Bike and train are a great combination on the Enns Cycling Path. Bikes can be taken on the trains of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). Please note, however, that space is limited. For more information about bike transport, click here. An interesting connection is if you cycle from Steyr on the Stey Valley Cycling Path to Klaus an der Pyhrnbahn and then take the Pyhrnbahn train back to Selzthal where you can take the railway connection to Schladming / Radstadt. The traffic information of the Verbundlinie [Network Line] is ideal for planning and any questions about timetables.

BUS-TRAIN-TRAM APP OF THE NETWORK LINE [VERBUNDLINIE]

With bus-train-tram [BusBahnBim], timetable information is easier than ever: All connections by bus, train and tram in Styria (and in all of Austria) can be queried by entering cities and / or addresses, stops or major points. Available as a free app for smartphones (Android, iOS)

 

Click here for the app Store for the iPhone

Click here for the Google Play Store for Android phones