Sightseeing in Winter
Mandlberggut is a distillery, producing exclusive brandies mainly using fruits of the region like raspberries, blueberries, rowan berries, as well as the juices of the mountain pine or Swiss pine.
The Therme Amadé Spa is located on 30,000 square metres of landscaped serenity, surrounded by the outstanding alpine countryside of Altenmarkt.
The Dachstein glacier is the easternmost alpine glacier in the Alps.
Ever wanted to know how "Loden" is made? Loden cloth is a water-resistant, light and warm fabric created in the Middle Ages by Tyrolese monks and first introduced to the nobility by the Emperor Franz Josef of Austria.
The medieval Mauterndorf castle is a unique gem in the fascinating mountain region, south of Salzburg.
Salt was and still is one of the most important raw materials in Austria.
The "Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut" region became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Many consider Hallstatt one of the loveliest lakeside towns in the world.
One of the zoo's main goals is to ensure a harmonious balance between the beauty of the local landscape in Hellbrunn and the natural environment of the animals.
Hellbrunn is a veritable jewel on the edge of the city of Salzburg. The spacious park combines artificially landscaped park land and natural biotopes.
The aquarium is quite rightly said to be one of the most attractive aquariums in Central Europe.
The Salzburg Open-Air Museum awaits you with 100 authentic and original historical buildings rebuilt on the museum grounds, telling tales of historic farming, trades, rural crafts and manufacturing.
Fortress Hohensalzburg, built in 1077 by Archbishop Gebhard, is a real eye-catcher, peaking out high above the baroque towers of the city. It is the largest, fully-preserved fortress in central Europe.