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ERT ticket or bus pass

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ERT ticket or bus pass

I have studied the ERT ticket but not sure if my understanding is correct. We, 2 persons, will go like this

On Sep 21 (Sat), we will train from Salzburg > Werfen to visit Esirensewelt, and then go back Salzburg by train. After that we will take bus 150+542+543 to go Hallstat and stay the night.

For this day, I will buy ERT for the part going to Werfen. What should I buy for the bus going to Hallstat? Should I buy a bus pass and how much would it be?

Appreciate any one's help

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1. Re: ERT ticket or bus pass

For the bus you will just need to buy a standard ticket from the bus drivers. You can ask for your final destination and just get one ticket. Or buy ticket to Bad Ischl then buy ticket for the 542/543 to Hallstatt.

This guide has the prices.


But if you have a ERT ticket you could bus to Bad Ischl then use the ERT for the Train to Hallstatt and then get the ferry €2.40 and save a couple of Euros. But I am guessing you are going with the bus as you will get to Bad Ischl late and will have missed the last train/ferry.

Also your ERT will be valid on regional trains only to Attnang Puchheim where you could change to a train to Bad Ischl. Saving €10. You would need to check timetables to see which options is best for you.

Edited: 14 September 2013, 20:27
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