When travelling by train (Berchtesgadener Land Bahn, Deutsche Bahn or Österreichische Bundesbahn), you get off at stop Bad Reichenhall - Kirchberg.
The base station of the Predigtstuhlbahn is only a few minutes’ walk away on the other side of the river. The route is signposted from the railway station. Incidentally, the Predigtstuhlbahn is the only mountain transportation system that is connected to the European railway network. The InterCity 2083 “Königssee”, which runs between Hamburg-Altona and Berchtesgaden every day, stops at Bad Reichnhall - Kirchberg. The journey from (or to) Salzburg, Rosenheim, Munich, Mühldorf and Landshut is also either direct or involves only one change.
Deutsche Bahn / Südostbayernbahn (Mühldorf, Landshut)
Deutsche Bahn / IC 2083 Königssee (Hamburg-Altona, Hanover, Würzburg, Augsburg, Munich)
Meridian (Rosenheim, Munich)
Berchtesgadener Land Bahn (Freilassing, Berchtesgaden)
Note: When presenting a BLB combined bus & railway day ticket (“Bus&Bahn”) at the cable car, you receive a 10% discount on
the return ticket.
Österreichische Bundesbahn (Salzburg, Linz, Vienna)
Note: The ÖBB “Sommerträume” combination ticket allows you to travel directly to the Predigtstuhlbahn
from any Austrian railway station conveniently and in an environmentally friendly manner.
by public city or regional bus
Bus stop “Tiroler Tor / Predigtstuhlbahn” is very close to the base station (approx. 5 minutes’ walk). This is a stop for both the Bad Reichenhall city bus No. 1 (the use of which is free for visitors with a Guest-Card) and for the Upper Bavarian regional public transport (RVO route 841) as well as the ÖBB Postbus.
Stadtbus Bad Reichenhall
Regionalverkehr Oberbayern (Berchtesgadener Land, Landkreis Traunstein)
ÖBB-Postbus / Salzburger Verkehrsverbund (Salzburg, Lofer, Zell am See)