Province of Salzburg
Get to know more about Salzburg: attractions, sights, things to do, cities and details about the popular province of Austria.
Ankogel (3254 m) - Climbing routes, Ankogelbahn, huts ...
November 23rd, 2022
One of the best-known attractions of the Hohe Tauern National Park is the Ankogel range (and peak), a Mecca for climbers. The mountain is one of the popular destinations for climbers who have "outgrown" the 2,000-meter mountains and want to jump a level. If you are flirting with the idea of climbing the friendly Ankogel, I recommend our current article to your attention. You can gain a lot of experience and practice on relatively easy terrain so that, in the meantime, you will enjoy a dazzling
Bad Ischl Top 7 Attractions, Austria Guide 2022
October 28th, 2022
One of the most famous towns in Austria is Bad Ischl in the province of Salzburg. Its name is familiar to many because it is not far from Hallstatt. Ischl is a real spa town and a destination for many tourists who want to relax. Several hotels have spas, and many celebrities have visited this area. The icing on the cake is that the Kaiservilla and Kaiserpark in the city once served as the summer residence of Franz Joseph and Sissi - now functioning as a museum. The city is the former summer ca
Salzburg city 2022 - Top 11 Attractions with details
September 26th, 2022
You must have heard of Salzburg, if not otherwise, at least as much as Mozart's hometown. But the city is so much more than that! The baroque city centre is also an excellent destination for a romantic weekend, an active or a family holiday. In the city, you can constantly drop into cultural or traditional attractions, while the surroundings are one of the best in Austria. Where is Salzburg located? Salzburg is located in Austria, in the eastern part of the country, close to the German
Salzkammergut, Austria 2022 - Top attractions, lakes, and cities ...
September 14th, 2022
The Salzkammergut, which belongs to the three provinces (Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria), is one of the historical regions of Austria. The area got its name from the region overseen by the Gmunden salt chamber (Salzkammergut means salt chamber). But its world fame is not due to this, but to the lakes and picturesque towns, the most famous of which is Hallstatt. Its historic small towns and spas also ensure the region's popularity. Its territory consists of 58 towns, more than 70% located in Up
Bad Gastein, Austria - Top 3 Attractions
September 5th, 2022
You will find Bad Gastein in the Hohe Tauern National Park, south of Salzburg. The Austrian spa and ski paradise is a gem in all seasons. Built on a steep, forest-covered slope, the town is between the Grossglockner and the Ankogel mountains. One of the most beautiful cities in the Austrian Alps. It is home to 4,000 people who mainly sustain themselves from tourism. The name "Bad" means "spa," which reflects the history of the city's spa. The local Heilstollen (literally “healing tunnel”) owes
Sigmund Thun Gorge, Kaprun 2022 - Opening hours, trail ...
December 9th, 2020
Kaprun offers many fabulous sights and natural treasures. The area, which functions as a ski paradise in winter, is a real excursion and hiking paradise in summer. A lot is happening; families and couples come to the area. One of the top attractions in summer is Kaprun's gorges. Among them, Sigmund Thun Gorge is quite popular. The fierce glacial river that makes its way through the rocky gorge overcomes the obstacles in front of it for 320 meters. Meanwhile, the water swirls tiny vortices in th
Krimml Waterfall Guide 2022 - Map, parking, details ...
June 23rd, 2020
You don't need to travel to Iceland, or Canada, to find "those" huge and amazing waterfalls. You only need to go to Austria. Krimml waterfall (Krimmler Wasserfälle) is located at the edge of the Western part of Salzburg, Austria - humbly in the heart of Europe. You can find the Grossglockner and Zillertal within an hour or so. This giant fall is Europe's highest waterfall - and for many, it's also the most spectacular. Let's see why! It's good to know that the hiking route to the waterfall is c
Climbing Wiesbachhorn (3564 m) Guide - Routes, accommodation, parking ...
January 29th, 2018
For a stunning view of the dazzling Grosses Wiesbachhorn, you must travel to Hohe Tauern National Park, Austria. The 3564-meter-high mountain is the 3rd highest point in the Hohe Tauern mountain range. Today we know that the largest peak is the Grossglockner (3798 m), but it has long been believed that the giant now unveiled is the largest gem of the Tauern. The mountain, which has almost perfect proportions, is the main peak of the mountain range here; none of the surrounding mountains can bea