Free travel Your Mobility Card for free public transport in Pinzgau
In Zell am See-Kaprun, your holiday should be as comfortable and relaxed as possible - and protect the environment at the same time: That's why the Pinzgau Mobility Card is available in the region. With this card, you can travel free of charge on public transport, from the train to the Postbus to the Pinzgau local railway. The only exceptions are steam and special trains, as well as the night bus line.
Free bus and train travel
The Mobility Card is available from your host between 1 May and 31 October, and is valid from the first night of your stay. If you also receive the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card at your accommodation in Zell am See-Kaprun, then the Mobility Card is already included. Your ticket for the public transport is valid during your entire stay, including the day of your arrival and on the day of your departure.
Holiday without car in Zell am See-Kaprun
- The mobility card is valid from 1 May to 31 October
- You travel free of charge on buses and trains in the entire Pinzgau region
- Trains, Postbus services and the Pinzgau local railway are included
- The Mobility Card is your ticket
- Your public transport ticket is free of charge from the first night of your stay
- The Mobility Card is also valid on the day of arrival and departure
- The Mobility Card is included in the Summer Card
For which means of transport is the Mobility Card valid?
With the free Pinzgau Mobility Card, which you receive when you stay overnight in Zell am See-Kaprun, you can use rail services, Postbus services and the Pinzgau local railway free of charge. Only steam and special trains as well as the night bus lines are excluded. Click here for more details on all included public transport.
A holiday without a car can be comfortable and convenient: The region Salzburg proves this. With the free Pinzgau Mobility Card, you can travel flexibly and quickly using all forms of public transport. The public transport services reliably take you to the most beautiful excursion destinations and attractions around Zell am See-Kaprun.
Free travel by train and bus
During your summer holiday in Zell am See-Kaprun, you can easily reach excursion destinations and sights by public transport. Whether you want to visit the world-famous Krimml Waterfalls or explore the high mountain reservoirs in Kaprun, you can travel free of charge by bus, train and the Pinzgau local railway. Your ticket for every trip by public transport is the Pinzgau Mobility Card, which you receive from the first night of your stay in the region. The Mobility Card is already included in the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card, which you receive if you have booked a Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card partner accommodation.
Questions about the Mobility Card All important questions & answers at a glance
When is the Mobility Card valid?
Public transport can be used free of charge with the Mobility Card from 1 May until 31 October.
The card is valid from the first night and can be used on both the arrival and departure day.
Where can I get the Mobility Card?
You can get the Mobility Card either as a physical card at your accommodation or digitally in the Zell am See-Kaprun App. The Mobility Card is valid from the day of your arrival.
Please note the following with regard to the digital card:
- Download the Zell am See-Kaprun App from the App Store or Google Play Store on your smartphone.
- Enter your email address when registering as a guest at your accommodation.
- Please use the same email address to register in the app.
- Your digital Mobility Card is then available in your Zell am See-Kaprun App at any time.
Which means of transport are included?
The free use includes the public transport (train + Postbus services + Pinzgau local railway) in the entire Pinzgau region.
Detailed list of included public transport:
- Pinzgau local railway on the Zell am See-Krimml route (excluding steam and special trains)
- ÖBB trains on route Lend-Zell am See-Saalfelden-Leogang
- SVV regional bus services or route areas there and back (except night bus lines):
- SVV service 660 on route Zell am See-Kaprun
- SVV service 70, 71 in the town area of Zell am See (incl. evening bus Schmittental on SVV service 71)
- SVV service 260 on route Unken-Lofer-Zell am See
- SVV service 680 on route Zell am See-Hinterglemm
- SVV service 650 on route Zell am See-Bruck/ Fusch-Ferleiten
- SVV service 670, 672, 673 on route Zell am See-Krimml
- SVV service 640 on route Zell am See-Rauris/Bucheben-Kolm Saigurn
- SVV service 620 on route Saalfelden-Maria Alm-Hinterthal-Dienten
- SVV service 690, 60, 61, 62 on route Saalfelden-Leogang
- SVV service 631 on route Dienten-Lend-Taxenbach/ Embach
- SVV service 593 on route Dienten-Mühlbach Arthurhaus
- SVV service 590 in the area of Mühlbach
Is public transport also included in the Summer Card?
The service of free public transport is included in the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card. You therefore do not receive a separate card (when using the digital Summer Card you receive a separate Mobility Card in the digital Wallet of the Zell am See-Kaprun App). If you stay at a partner accommodation of the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card, you will receive it at your accommodation. Your Summer Card is therefore also the Mobility Card.
Can I buy the Mobility Card?
The Mobility Card is not for sale. It is included free of charge from the first night of your stay in Zell am See-Kaprun. You can get the card directly at your accommodation.
What is the Mobility Card?
The Mobility Card includes free use of all public transport in Zell am See-Kaprun, as well as in the entire Pinzgau region. All guests receive the card from the first night at their accommodation in Zell am See or Kaprun.
What if I travel from Zell am See or Kaprun to a destination outside the Pinzgau region? How much do I pay?
If you travel outside of the Pinzgau region or across the border of the Pinzgau region, only the fare for each additional zone is charged and applied.
What if I lose the card?
In this case you will receive a new guest card at your accommodation on request.
How much does the Mobility Card cost?
The entire service is already included in the accommodation price, so there are no extra costs for you as a guest!
Can i Take my Dogs on bus and local train?
Dogs travel at the children's rate on the buses and the Pinzgau local railway - there is also a muzzle requirement, and dogs must be carried or kept on a short leash.
Weekly tickets for dogs are also available and are valid throughout the Pinzgau region. An exception applies on ÖBB trains: 10% off the full-price ticket, weekly ticket available for certain routes.