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Route Summary - Munich to Salzburg

Salzburg is to Austria what Munich is to Germany. A city which simply has a lot to offer to its visitors, whether it’s the world famous Salzburg festival or the picturesque surrounding during the summer season. From adrenaline junkies to serene seekers, you will fall hard for the Salzburg lake. Likewise, Munich is a place which is known for its historical treasure in the form of its museums, medieval architecture and cultural festivals. A road trip from Munich to Salzburg is much recommended if you want to experience the best of Europe. 

We all love exploring places, however, travelling in a public transport? Not so much. Let’s accept it, there comes a point when we lose the energy to soak in the beauty of our surroundings after travelling amidst the rush in a public transportation, that’s when Rydeu comes as a superman to save you. Munich to Salzburg by taxi will allow you to lurk into the ultimate beauty of Mother Nature. We provide exceptional car hire service from Munich to Salzburg exclusively for our fellow travellers. 


Distance from Munich to Salzburg-  144.5 km 

Time taken- 1 hr 34 min. 



Home to numerous centuries old  museums and decades old buildings with remarkable historical significance, the proud German city of Munich is as enchanting as it is ancient.  The city is the capital and most populated city of Bavaria - the second most populous state in Germany. It is also the third-largest city in the country, and is situated across the banks of river Isar. The city is the development haven of Bavaria, for its occupancy to the organizational region of Upper Bavaria. The annual Oktoberfest is held every year and is a must-experience for all the adrenaline junkies out there to taste the finest breweries of the country, at one place. Apart from its beer, the city is also known for its Weißwürste white veal sausage, only boiled. 



Dating back to 696, Salzburg was founded as an episcopal see which later got converted to the seat of archbishop in 798. The city is situated in the ancient Roman settlement of Iuvavum and is seen to be the fourth largest city in the country. Considered as home for more than 156,872 inhabitants residing peacefully in the city, salt extraction and gold mining were two of the most opted occupations. Fortress of Hohensalzburg is considered to be one of the most visited places in Salzburg and the largest fortress in the entire Europe. the 17th century marked the sudden rise in the number of travellers due to the construction of numerous churches built in baroque architecture and lavish glass panels. In the year 1996, with more than 27 churches and rich culture, Salzburg was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.