How to reach the Engineering Days
Arriving by car
Please note that for Austrian motorways a toll-road sticker (so-called "vignette") is required. If you arrive via Germany / Freilassing and through the city of Salzburg, no Austrian vignette is required.
Due to its geographical location and the constantly increasing traffic volume, Salzburg has limited parking space. All parking areas in the city centre are short-term parking zones.
An overview of the parking lots close to the Congress for the entire duration of the event can be found here.
Arriving by train
Salzburg central station is the most important transport hub in western Austria with numerous national and international connections. As a border station with Germany, it is managed by the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and Deutsche Bahn AG (DB).
Click here for the German Railways (DB).
Click here for the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB)
Arrival by plane
The Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart is the second largest airport in Austria and is served by numerous airlines.
Click here for the Salzburg airport.