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The special feature of the Salzkammergut are the more than 70 lakes, rivers and streams - including the Wolfgangsee, the Hallstättersee, the Moon and Traunsee - which extend against the backdrop of huge mountains.
Vacation in the Salzkammergut
Bathing, sailing, surfing ... The Grundlsee and the legendary Toplitzsee are embedded in the wonderful mountain massif of the Dead Mountains and invite you to swim in intact nature. The Fuschlsee is quiet and dreamy and offers water surface for an infinite number of rowing strikes. Irrsee and Mondsee are located in the middle of the northern Salzkammergut, just 30 kilometers east of the festival city of Salzburg. The warmest is the Salzkammergutsee (up to 26 ° C). It is ideal for surfing and sailing. The landscape of Lake Wolfgang is full of paths and goals. The region offers something for every taste from the tranquil touring of the sea to a condition-powering walking experience to the promising summit victory.
Culture around the lake ... In Strobl on Lake Wolfgang, you will experience lively concerts on the lake promenade and reach the Kleefeld wildlife park suitable for families in a few minutes. In the climatic health resort of St. Wolfgang at the foot of the Schafberg you visit old town houses and the well -known pilgrimage church with the famous wing altar. In St. Gilgen, take the cable car on the Zwölferhorn or visit the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's mother.
Sports & Freetime
Other sports Hobby athletes can also find ideal conditions for archery, at the countless equestrian courtyards, tennis courts or in paragliding, stick shooting and balloon driving. The summer toboggan runs in Fuschl and Strobl-Gschwendt are also a fun for leisure for children and adults.
Golf Golf cracks beat their birdies on the most beautiful golf courses in the country Mondsee, Fuschl, Bad Ischl or St.Wolfgang.
Water sports The banks of the crystal -clear lakes not only invite you to swim and lazy, but also fun and action can be found in tuberiding, parasailing, water skiing, surfing, sailing and boating. The pure water also invite you to fish, snorkel or dive.
Joggen Whether you want to make rounds as a runner in the morning or, as a practiced hobby athlete, want to train your condition with the mountain run - there is a challenge for every performance level.
Cycling/mountain bike/scooter blades Hundreds of kilometers of marked cycling and mountain bike paths, interesting themed paths such as Salzkammergutradweg, which can be easily combined with shipping.
Hiking/walking In the Salzkammergut region (Styria/Upper Austria/Salzburg) there are currently approximately 500 km designated and marked hiking trails. Most of these are also bound to the region's existing bike paths.
Well -known monasteries and pens Like St. Florian with the world-famous Bruckner organ, Aigen-Schlägel in the Mühlviertel with a pen brewery and Kremsmünster
Braunau and Schärding With their beautiful old towns
Dachstein Eishöhlen in Obertraun
The shipping museum In Grein, the Old Theater and the nearby Clam Castle
Experience park Strasswalchen Fairy tales, games and fun for the whole family in Austria's largest family and adventure park. A ""Sky Cycle Monorail Railway"" and a ""Autodrome facility with Bumper Cars"" as well as a ""3D cinema"" (unique in Austria) and many other attractions not only inspire young visitors.
Hohensalzburg fortress The Hohensalzburg fortress, built in 1077, forms the symbol of the city of Salzburg and can be reached on foot or by the funicular. Today it is considered a Europe's largest fortress with more than 14,000 m² construction area.
Großgmain open -air museum The Salzburg open -air museum Großgmain documents rural construction, living and operating in the state of Salzburg from the 16th to the 20th century. 60 farms, smiths, sawmill, mills, barns and much more from all over the country are shown.
Freilichtmuseum Stehrerhof The Stehrerhof with its outbuildings of the Hoarstube, the Troadkasten, the Dörrhäusl, the Göpelhütte and the Pollenbühne originally dates from the 16th century and gives a comprehensive insight into the rural life of past centuries.
Freistadt can come up with fastenings from the Middle Ages
Höhenwildpark Hochkreut On a mountain crest between the Attersee and Traunsee, the unique high -crowd high -creeper height is located in the middle of the Salzkammergut at 960 meters above sea level, with countless animal species such as yak, sikawild, tarpan or intestinal deer. The sidewalks are built as natural as possible - some of them go as a visitor, a pre -gatter crossing, directly through an animal's erectorium.
In Steyr The old town, the world of work and the pilgrimage church ""Christkindl""
Kaiservilla Leharvilla and Marmorschlößl in Bad Ischl
Mozartbrunnen and Zwölferhorn cable car in St. Gilgen
Postalm The Postalm is the largest alpine pasture in Austria and the second largest high plateau in Europe. Alms are still managed in today's world and up to 2000 cattle, horses and sheep find their summer pasture every year.
Salt mine in Altaussee and Hallstatt
Schafbergbahn With the traditional rack railway, you come idyllically and comfortably on the 1,783 m high Schafberg and thus a unique panoramic experience.
Seechloß Orth and lake promenade in Gmunden, called the ""Upper Austrian Nice""
Summer toboggan runs in the Salzkammergut The summer toboggan run in Fuschl am See and the giant slide in Strobl-Gschwendt on Lake Wolfgang has been delighting visitors and guests for more than 20 years- summer tobogganing is a sports and leisure experience for the whole family.