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Destinations Salzburger Land

Lam­mer­tal is not only one of the most attrac­tive land­scapes all over Europe, it can also come up with a lot of trips and sights in the near­er vicin­i­ty. In the mid­dle of Salzburg­er Land with­in the radius of one hour by car a lot of pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tions are sit­u­at­ed. For your voy­age of dis­cov­ery in Salzburg­er Land and also beyond it we pre­pared a lot of trips for you. There for sure some­thing is also includ­ed for you.

“Almrausch” on Postalm

The Postalm is the biggest alpine pas­ture area Aus­trias.
One of the most asked ques­tions is where the name Postalm comes from. As Bad Ischl was the emper­or sum­mer res­i­dence, there was also an impor­tant post place with a lot of post coach­es and a lot of hors­es. In sum­mer some hors­es were brought to the alpine pas­ture for relax­ing and so the name Postalm was cre­at­ed. Today the whole area which includes a lot of alpine pas­tures like Lien­bachalm, Ein­ber­galm, Wiesleralm, Tho­ralm, Pitschen­ber­galm etc. are called Postalm. A lot of dif­fer­ent hik­ing trails are guid­ed through this exten­sive area. Open huts invite tired hik­ers to a prop­er snack with cheese, bacon and fresh milked milk.

Salzkammergut

„In Salzkammergut, it is easy to have fun!“

he pic­to­r­i­al vil­lages St. Gilgen, St. Wolf­gang and Strobl at Wolf­gangsee are always worth for a trip. Already the trip via Postalm to St. Wolf­gang is a nature expe­ri­ence. The mar­ket got its name from the holy Wolf­gang, who found sanc­tu­ary 1000 years ago.

In St. Wolf­gang of course you sit in the lot of cel­e­brat­ed “Weißen Rössl” on the ter­race direct­ly at the lake, vis­it the Bach­er Alter in the pil­grim­age church , walk through the roman­tic nar­row streets, go for a Schiff­fahrt am Wolf­gangsee to Mozarts vil­lage St.Gilgen or with his­toric Schaf­berg­bahn  (rack rail­way) onto our most beau­ti­ful look­out point of our country.

In advent in the vil­lages around Wolf­gangsee the Wolf­gangseer Advent will be cel­e­brat­ed. The more than 10 metres high and swim­ming lantern in Wolf­gangsee is the unique sym­bol of Wolf­gangsee Advent. A peace-light lantern, which invites you to pause, think about and reflect.

Bad Ischl

The old emper­or city Bad Ischl has a long tra­di­tion, deci­sive embossed due to the time as sum­mer­res­i­dence of the emper­or. Every year, for 60 years, Franz Josef came with Sisi to sum­mer resort. A vis­it in the emperor’s vil­la and in k.u.k. con­fec­tionery Zauner is a must at every trip in Bad Ischl.

Hallstatt

Hallstatt

ots of peo­ple name Hall­statt the most beau­ti­ful city, which adjoins to a lake, of the world – a 4500 year old city of salt, which pic­to­r­i­al lies at the bluff at the water­side. Well worth see­ing is the goth­ic church, the Bein­haus (Karn­er), the old­est salt-mine of the wol­rd, a well pre­served ceme­try of 800–400 b.c.  (the cor­pus of find gave the “hall­statt-time” = old­er stone age its name) and dur­ing a boat­trip on lake Hall­statt you can enjoy the world wide known “post­card view” of this won­der­ful World her­itage site – city.

A trip to idyl­lic sit­u­at­ed Gosausee maybe result on the back way via Gosau to Abte­nau. In the clear water of this moun­tain lake the gor­geous bat­tle­ments of high Dachstein will be reflected.

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Trumer Seenland

The hol­i­days region Trumer Seen­land iin Salzburg­er Flach­gau ranges from capi­tol Salzburg to Salzburgs Salzkam­mergut. To this count Wallersee, Mattsee, Obertrumer See and Grabensee. Stille-Nacht-Kapelle (silent night chapel) in Obern­dorf –  his­toric attrac­tion of thou­sands of peo­ple from all over the world Schau­dorf Schlee­dorf – with bio­log­i­cal show-cheese diary, show bak­ery, nation­al cos­tumes tai­lor­ing for dolls, forge of the vil­lage Gut Aider­bichl – the most well known farm in Salzburgs foothills of the alps in Henndorf.

The Ausseerland

The biggest fes­ti­val of flow­ers in Aus­tria, the Narzis­senfest, s(narcissus fes­ti­val), you real­ly should vis­it and a 3 lakes tour at Grundlsee-Toplitzsee-Kam­mersee is on every trip pro­gram.
Also Los­er and the Tau­plitzalm gare one of the most attrac­tive trips in styr­i­an Salzkammergut.

The Berchtesgadener Land

The Berchtesgadener Land

High­light on bavar­i­an Königssee is a boat­trip to pil­grim­age church St. Bartholomä with the “Echo of Königssee” which re-echos from per­cip­i­tous hill­sides. Go through Ross­feld, make a stop in Bercht­es­gaden, a walk around th Hin­ter­see, a ram­ble through the attrac­tive pedes­tri­an area in the resort city Bad Reichen­hall and high­light of every trip to Bavaria is Kehlstein­haus, the gorgeaus build­ing on Obersalzberg.

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The Dachstein

is the most vis­it­ed des­ti­na­tion of the neigh­bour state Styr­ia. The Türl­wand­hütte is sit­u­at­ed direct­ly at Dachstein-Seil­bahn n 1750 m sea lev­el. The dri­ve-up with the Dachstein cable­car is an expe­ri­ence – arrived at 2700 m, you immerse in a sea of thou­sands of moun­tain peaks.
Ram­sau – a roman­tic moun­tain vil­lage at the bot­tom of Dachstein
Schlad­ming – a lit­tle moun­tain city at the Enns
The Steirische Bodensee – a jew­el in the mid­dle of the region Schladming-Dachstein.

Großglockner

Heili­gen­blut – the vil­lage of Glock­n­er with a worth see­ing goth­ic pil­grim­age church and the close by climber cemetery.

Nockalm


Nockalm

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Kaprun, artificial lake Mooserboden


Schmittenhöhe Kaprun

with glo­ri­ous panora­ma into the gor­geous world of moun­tains, a view to 30 three thou­sands, among Groß­glock­n­er, Kitzstein­horn and Großvenediger.

Stand 3000 metres above the things… – on Kitzstein­horn

Krimmler Wasserfälle

Maria Kirchenthal

Trattbergalm


Trattbergalm

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Bluntautal in Golling


The Gollinger Wasserfall

The brawly water­fall of Golling is a pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion in Ten­nen­gau in dis­trict Torren.

 

Rossbrand at Radtstadt

doesn’t rank wrong­ly to the most beau­ti­ful look­out-moun­tains of the east alps, because of the peak you have a panora­ma of 360° to near­ly 150 mark­ing peaks of the alps.

The Unterhofalm


The Unterhofalm

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Liechtensteinklamm

The leg­endary gorge in St. Johann im Pon­gau. A fas­ci­nat­ing won­der of the nature.


Paul-Außerleitner-Schanze


The Jägersee in Kleinarl

The giant ice world in Werfen


The giant ice world in Werfen

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Castle of experience Hohenwerfen

High above the Salzach­tal, between Ten­nen- and Hagenge­birge, enthrones the 900 year old cas­tle of Hohen­wer­fen. An excit­ing guid­ed tour through the cas­tle with an exhi­bi­tion of weapons, an exhi­bi­tion of the his­to­ry of the cas­tle, bird of prey flight-show and knights ban­quet in Burgschenke brings the adven­tur­ous mid­dle age in Salzburg­er Land home to the visitors.


Saltmine and celts village Hallein

In the old­est vis­itable mine of the world, you will go into a 2500 year old his­to­ry of salt, the white gold of for­mer cen­turies and fol­low the tracks of the celts, which stope salt here since 400 b.c.


Gasteinertal

in Natur­paradies beneath the nation­al park Hohe Tauern. Find the 3 pearls of gastein­er­tal Bad Gastein with the world famous gastein­er water­fall, Bad Hof­gastein itu­at­ed at the sun­ni­est and broad­est part of the dale, and Dor­f­gastein, the north­ern­most vil­lage of Gasteinertal.

Riedingtal

The Ried­ing­tal is in Salzburg­er Lun­gau, the south­ern­most part of Salzburg. A nature park with a lot of lit­tle moun­tain lakes, embed­ded between stark­ly cliffs and gen­tle alpine pas­ture mead­ows. Already the arrival via the pop­u­lar win­ter­sport city Ober­tauern mit einem atem­ber­auben­den Blick auf die höch­sten Gipfel der Rad­städter Tauern ist ein Erleb­nis.
with a breath­tak­ing view to the high­est peaks of Rad­städter Tauern is an expe­ri­ence.
And if you are already in lun­gau than you real­ly should make a side trip to the idyl­lic lying Pre­bersee (Pre­ber­shoot­ing).

The Unterhofalm

 

Musistadl Flachau

In Musis­tadl in Gut­shof in Flachau, the home­town of skistar Her­mann Maier, there always is rid some­thing. Morn­ing pint, folk­loric evenings or show­time-live­bands make a good atmosphere.

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Mozartcity Salzburg

This city – also called the “flo­rence of the alps” – you real­ly should vis­it. Lots of sights are wait­ing for your vis­it and a walk through the famous Getrei­de­gasse and Mozarts house of birth belong to your trip.

The house of nature, the Cathe­dral, the res­i­dence- and mozarts place, cas­tle of Hohen Salzburg (the sym­bol of Salzburg is Europes biggest cas­tle of the 11th cen­tu­ry), the cas­tle of Hell­brunn with its water games, the zoo Hell­brunn, the cas­tle Mirabell, the most famous pil­grim­age church Maria Plain at Plain­berg with a view to Mozarts city and a tip at bad weath­er Stiegl’s Brauwelt are only a few out of a lot of highlights.

Event tips


Freilichtmuseum (open-air museum) Großgmain

How it was in the past … 60 rur­al orig­i­nal build­ings out of 5 cen­turies, charm­ing farm­ers gar­dens, craft pre­sen­ta­tion and music events guar­an­tee an expe­ri­ence in free nature. Freilcht­mu­se­um Großgmain

 
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