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Tourismusverband Großarltal

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Winter excursion destinations

in Salzburger Land

Salzburger Land is dotted with countless sightseeing attractions. Well worth a visit – in many cases, also in wintertime.

Nationalparkzentrum Mittersill im Winter
National park center Mittersill

National Park Worlds gathers the unique alpine experiences surrounding Austria's highest peak, the Grossglockner at 3,798 meters, along with another 266 three-thousand-meter mountains, over 342 glaciers, and one of the world's most powerful waterfalls, all under one roof.

Marvel at the mountain world inside Hohe Tauern National Park. At eight different interactive stations, you'll get to explore the park's astonishing diversity, "hiking" from one natural realm to the next.

More about national park center Mittersill

Dom Salzburg im Winter
Mozartstadt Salzburg

Hohensalzburg Fortress, the cathedral, countless church steeples and ornate Baroque architecture shape the iconic Salzburg skyline nestled on the northern edge of the Alps.

Salzburg is the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and of “The Sound of Music”. A city where culture in its countless forms is embraced and celebrated, and where various epochs have each left their distinctive mark.

More information about Salzburg City

Tauern Spa Kaprun
Spa resorts

Simply want to stretch out and relax completely? In that case, why not allow the nearby spa resorts to give you the pampering you deserve:

Salzwelten Hallein

The salt mines were once essentially the “treasuries” of Salzburg province. Salt has been extracted from the Dürrnberg for over 2,500 years, rightly earning it the moniker “White Gold.”

Venture into the world's oldest salt mine ever to open its doors to visitors, and embark on your own personal treasure hunt in search of history itself. Follow the mysterious, ancient mining paths that weave for kilometers into this fascinating subterranean world. The salt mine is a marvelous excursion idea for the entire family (suitable for children ages 4 and up) and a highlight no matter what the weather.

Learn more about Salzwelten outside Hallein

Ski Amadé
Salzburger Land
Nationalpark Hohe Tauern