Seated upon a hill at the height of over 500 meters, the Salzburg Fortress' real name literally translates as High Salzburg Fortress.
Combining two Italian words - admirable and beautiful, the palace lives up to its name.
This cathedral is the third one built in the same location because the two other ones burned down by accident.
Located in Salzburg's most famous historic street, Mozart's birthplace probably stands out the most out of all the other buildings there.
Located next to the Salzach River, the Old Town of Salzburg is a living reminder of the city's medieval glory and the oldest part of the…
A giant, 75m tall waterfall set in nice mountain surroundings. 10 minutes walk from a car park, more hiking routes nearby.
Hangar-7 is a building in Salzburg, Austria, hosting a collection of historical airplanes, helicopters and Formula One racing cars, and…
The Kitzsteinhorn is a mountain in the High Tauern range of the Central Eastern Alps in Austria.
Hohenwerfen Castle is a medieval rock castle, situated on a 623-metre precipice overlooking the Austrian market town of Werfen in the…
The Krimml Waterfalls, with a total height of 380 metres, are the highest waterfall in Austria.
A giant ice cave carved by running water year after year. Fascinating tours highlight the properties of ice by magnesium lighting.
The Untersberg is the northernmost massif of the Berchtesgaden Alps, a prominent spur straddling the border between Berchtesgaden, Germany…
Schafberg is a mountain in the Austrian state of Salzburg. Situated within the Salzkammergut Mountains range of the Northern Limestone Alps,…
A narrow gorge created by a mountain river is a real nature marvel. Enjoy a little bit of adrenalin while walking the wooden foothpath!
Mountain resort popular with winter sport lovers, especially snowboarders. Laid-back atmosphere, plenty of slopes to choose from.
Liechtensteinklamm is a particularly narrow gorge with walls up to 300m high, located in the Austrian Alps 50 km south of Salzburg.
Schloss Klessheim is a Baroque palace located in Wals-Siezenheim, 4 km west of Salzburg, Austria.
Take a hike around these water reservoirs and enjoy the panoramic view of the surroundings. You can also tour one of the dams.
This mining museum showcases the history of gold mining in the area and the processing machines that were used for mining purposes.
Privately owned castle where they offer a historic tour and a nice meal at their castle tavern.
Gasteiner Museum tells the story of the local town and its history as a thermal spring wonder.