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Route Summary - Salzburg to Venice
 
 

While one city is a famous salt and gold trader, the other one is known for its beauty. Salzburg is located on the Austrian border and beams of culture and history. Venice on the other hand is a collection of islands. Places in Venice are connected completely by water and boats. Roads barely exist here. Salzburg on the other side has numerous medieval era buildings, taking pride in the beauty of the region and its past. Travelling through these areas feels like a dream and they are indeed enchanting sites. 

Salzburg to Venice car rental is a very useful and easy way to traverse the distance. Depending on public transportation is not a very appropriate means. Rydeu helps you choose the best long distance taxi from Salzburg to Venice. The trip from Salzburg to Venice by road offers several views because of its connection between countries. It has the best of all the places along the route. Rydeu presents you a number of options from which you can choose one which fulfils your needs. Prices vary depending on the selected vehicle. 

 

Distance between Salzburg and Venice - 447.2 km 

Journey time - 4 hr and 51 min

 

SALZBURG

Translating as the ‘Salt Fortress’, the place initially got its income for salt trade and gold mining. It is primarily known for the structures from the 11th and 17th centuries. Surrounded by the Alpines, it offers some of the best views of the surrounding regions. The Hohensalzburg fortress is one of the oldest ones here. Numerous churches and monasteries were built in the Baroque architecture. These are very famous here due to their cultural significance. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The locations here are tourist favourites. They are minimalistic if seen from a distance and possess a great charm while nearing. It is also known for being the birthplace of the legendary Mozart. Everything around the area is captivating. The calm and natural surroundings with the beaming monuments is an experience like no other. 



 
VENICE

Situated in Italy, Venice is a group of islands. More than a hundred islands are present in this network. The place has some of the best views to offer with connections of water and the bare minimum roads. It has been a major trade centre for a long period, increasing its wealth. Through ages, Venice has been known for its beauty, culture and love for arts. Known as the City of Canals and the Floating city, it has always been flooded with tourists. In recent times, issues such as increased pollution due to the number of people, boats moving extremely close to the buildings, etc. and yet remained the most popular destination. A part of this place is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Several museums and artistic locations are present here related to renaissance art in particular. The Central square, Piazza San Marco, St. Mark’s Basilica are famous attractions here.