Environmentally friendly travel
Sustainable and ecological trips to St. Johann in Salzburg
Environmental protection and sustainability are also very important to us as a tourist destination. With perfect connections to the Austrian railway network, it is very easy to arrive from domestic destinations as well as from our neighboring countries. If you are on the outskirts, there are various possibilities and offers for you to get around. Let’s take care of our environment together and enjoy your holiday in St. Johann in Salzburg – car-free and environmentally conscious.
By train and bus to St. Johann in Salzburg
Traveling car-free using public transport is not only a relaxed way to travel, it is also environmentally friendly. The journey to St. Johann is possible without a car using extensive train and bus connections.
Free for all winter sports enthusiasts
In winter, in addition to the public transport network, a free ski bus will take you directly to the entrance of the Snow Space Salzburg ski area, Ski Amadé.
Wanderbus (hiking bus)
1 € Wanderbus Salzburger Sportwelt
In summer, guests and locals travel throughout Sportwelt with the Wanderbus for only € 1.00. From May 1st to October 31st, the Postbus will take you to various hiking trails for just one Euro each way. Likewise, for St. Johann guests who can identify themselves with their guest card, line 540 to Großarl is available at a preferential rate of one Euro each way.
Electric bikes in St. Johann
The e5 community of St. Johann offers free e-bike rentals. Two electric bicycles can be rented by appointment from Alexander Moser Ph. +43 660 1424746 at Pfeifhofer Wolfgang every Monday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for 4 days.
Working together to protect the environment
It is possible to use e-car sharing in St. Johann. You can find detailed information on the St. Johann municipality website.
e5 community St. Johann
Energy efficient since 2008
Conserving resources, using renewable energy and thinking about the future. St. Johann was awarded the highest honor of the e5 program in 2008, a Europe-wide qualification and award program for municipalities. You can find detailed information on the municipality website.