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  • Krimmler Waterfalls

    The highest waterfalls in Europe
  • Explore the most beautiful excursion destinations


They are impressive, mystical and unique: the Krimml Waterfalls in Salzburg's Pinzgau region, with a total drop of 380 m over three cascades, are an overwhelming and yet extremely healthy experience. How did the fascination for this grandiose natural spectacle develop and what secret healing power is hidden in the water masses? We bring light into the darkness of history and tell you interesting facts about the health initiative "Hohe Tauern Health". A few facts and figures impressively explain how powerful the incessant thundering flood down the waterfall is. Let yourself be surprised and convince yourself of its beauty and magnificence when you visit the Krimml Waterfalls!

Grossglockner High Alpine Road

The high mountains and the Grossglockner: What was once reserved for experienced mountaineers only has been an experience for young and old since the construction of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, which has enjoyed unbroken enthusiasm and fascination. Much has changed since the opening of the Alpine Road in 1935. The road has become wider, safer and more comfortable. Exhibitions and museums, huts and mountain inns, visitor centres and information points bring the diverse mountain world with its fauna & flora in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park into focus. The mountain road blends harmoniously into the landscape, enables a unique mountain experience - and has been providing incomparable driving pleasure over 48 kilometres for more than 80 years.


Walk through the magically illuminated gorge and experience a nature festival enchanted by colourful light and roaring water. In the light of many different, colourful lights and spotlights, the rocks and water inside the gorge appear even more magical and enchanting than during the day. The walk is a mystical and amazing experience for young and old.



The Eisriesenwelt is a cave labyrinth with a total length of over 40 kilometres. The formation took place over a very long period of time. The first crevices and fissures in the limestone rock were already formed during the mountain uplift about 100 million years ago. Through chemical dissolution processes and water erosion over thousands of years, the underground crevasses increased in size and large cavities were formed. The caves in the Alps are still in a process of development today, although many cave systems - including large parts of the giant ice world - are no longer developing significantly due to dehydration.

Hallein Salt Mine

Fun, adventure and mystical moments await you in the ancient kingdom of the "White Gold". The Salt Worlds at the Dürrnberg near Hallein are the tunnels of wealth for the city and province of Salzburg. The mine train takes you fun and comfortably into the interior of the mountain and over the two long miners' slides you reach the underground salt lake, where a multimedia show takes you into a magical world of light and sound. Do we need to reveal more? An experience for the whole family in all weathers and moods ...

Hangar 7

 Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a unique building that houses a collection of historic Flying Bulls aircraft and Formula 1 racing cars. Hangar-7 also offers space for art exhibitions and, with its Ikarus restaurant, two bars, an outdoor lounge and a café, is not only a venue for events but also a meeting place for art lovers and connoisseurs.

Many other exhibits from the world of Formula 1, motorcycles and selected racing cars can be admired in Hangar-7 daily with free admission from 09:00 - 22:00 hours.

With 190 attractions in the SalzburgerLand, a holiday could just as well last several months. Let yourself be inspired and discover the many possibilities. You can find an overview of the locations of all the attractions here. From now on you can take a look at the new brochure for the 2020 summer season, which contains all the detailed information about the destinations.

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