Do I need to buy the ticket from SALZBURG to WIEN online in advance or at the train station after arriving there? Do I need to print a confirmation page if I buy the ticket online?

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  1. You can buy tickets at the station.

  2. Is it convenient to buy tickets on ICE?

  3. Generally speaking, there are tickets and it is very convenient to buy tickets.

  4. For the train from Salzburg to Vienna, I have some questions.
    1. Standardticket fur die 2.Klasse 44.2 euro.
    1-plus-freizeit-ticket fur die 2.Klasse 45.2 euro.
    Does this mean that two people only need to pay 45.2 Euros?
    2. For “Einfach-Raus-Ticket (2 to 5 people)”, is this ticket similar to the group state Ticket of Germany? With a price of 28 euros, is it possible to travel from salzburg to Vienna?
    3, I need to input the age when referring to the Austria railway website.Why? Do I have to buy the ticket of the first class if I am over 26? thanks ^_^

  5. 1. I have not used 1 plus, but it is impossible for two people to cost 45.2 Euros.
    2. With the einfach-raus ticket, you can go from Salzburg to Vienna. It takes five and a half hours or 6 hours to transfer two or three times. From Monday to Friday, the first bus leaves at 9:38 bus and arrives in Vienna at 4:00 p.m.
    3. Generally, DB requires to input age, but OEBB does not. Mainly if you are under the age of 26, you can pay the half-price card for 20 Euros but if you are over the age of 26, you have to pay the half-price card for 99 euros.

  6. 1)”Standardticket für die 2.Klasse 44.2 euro” means that a standard second-class ticket costs 44.2 euros.
    “1-plus-freizeit-ticket fur die 2.Klasse 45.2 euro” means that an additional ticket for one person on free time costs 45.2 euros.
    Because someone under the age of 26 can buy youth tickets on DB defaults, the age information is required.

  7. If you buy the ticket after arriving there, it can be more expensive. I suggest buying the ticket in advance.

  8. If you have the German bahncard, you can get a 25% discount when taking the train in Austria, excluding weekend tickets.

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