Sights, museums and excursions in Salzburgerland
Sightseeing and excursions in Zell am See-Kaprun and its surroundings
You won't get bored in Zell am See-Kaprun: there is so much to be discovered!
Vötter's Oldtimer Museum
It is not just motorists who will be tempted by Vötter's 'Fahrzeugmuseum'. The most beautiful vintage cars from the 50s through to the 70s as well as motorbikes and rather comical vehicles are lined up right there. Do you still remember the Messerschmitt?
> 360° panorama of the museum
The core of the 400 year old Steiner farm house was not used for several years and was in danger of dereliction. The building was then bought by the Kaprun municipal council and listed as a site of historical interest. Its locations on the Kirchbichl is very special, as other historic strucutres surround the church.
> 360° Panorama of the museum
Vogtturm Zell am See
Here you can browse through diligently gathered evidence of the history of Zell. Interesting insights into regional history and into the lives of its former inhabitants are guaranteed. At the 'Vogtsaal', exhibitions take place on a regular basis.
> 360° Panorama
TRIDOR Coffee manufactory
Teekorb Tea manufactory
The TRIDOR Coffee manufactory is a traditional family owned business and stands for high quality coffee for more than 25 years. The coffee compositions are arranged and roasted with highland coffees from Central America and other famous countries all over the world, every day fresh. You can visit our roasting plant the whole morning in order to get to know the world of coffee a little bit and watch the roasting process. For bigger groups and a lot of more information/coffee knowledge we kindly ask you the get in contact and make an appointment with us.
Enjoy also many different specialities in our tea shop named Teekorb. This brand combines a lot of specialities as, 400 different teas, chocolate, spices, schnapps & liqueur, accessoires and beautiful arranged gifts. We are looking forward meeting you in our shop - entrance is free. We are roasting from monday to friday c.a. 8:00 - 12:00
National Park Worlds Hohe Tauern
Nine worlds under one roof – eagle flight, marmots & friends, treasure trove with 3D-cinema, mountain forest, alpine summer, wild water,
avalanche dome, world of glaciers and the unique 360°C panorama cinema.
Europe's highest waterfalls: Krimmler Wasserfälle
With their impressive waterfall drop of 380 m the Krimml Waterfalls are the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. Enjoy the refreshing mizzle and the impressive power of the water amidst the gorgeous scenery of the Hohe Tauern National Park.5743 Krimml Nr.: 47 +43 6564 7212 www.wasserfaelle-krimml.at
The most famous alpine road leads you into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. You will have a driving and nature experience of a special kind on 48 kilometres of high alpine road with 36 bends, and an altitude ascent to 2,504 metres!+43 662 / 873 673 - 0 Details zur Anreise auf: http://www.grossglockner.at/
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
André Heller has created an underground theme world featuring crystals. Magic caves and halls are protected by a large maze, shaped in the form of a hand, and by the water-spouting head of a watchful botanical giant.Kristallweltenstraße 1 6112 Wattens +43 5224 51080 kristallwelten.swarovski.com/
Hallein Salt Mine
Fun, adventure and mystical moments await you in this ancient realm of “White Gold”. The galleries of the salt mine in the Dürrnberg near Hallein were the source of Salzburg’s wealth. Visitors hop aboard the mine train for a comfortable, fun-filled ride into the center of the mountain, where two long miners’ slides take them down to a subterranean salt lake, site of a new multi-media show that transports them into a magical world of light and sound. They follow in the footsteps of the Ancient Celts, who had been mining salt here since 400 B.C., and discover the mysterious world of the miners themselves who, with their bare hands, dug kilometers-long labyrinths deep into the mountain. Today’s visitors, big and small, can look forward to adventure, fascinating insights and all kinds of fun during the tour. And it doesn’t matter at all whether it is hot or rainy outside.
- The Celtic Village on the Dürrnberg
- The Celtic Museum in Hallein, as well as
- Silent Night Museum in Hallein
can all be visited free-of-charge with your Salt-Mine Ticket!
Mozart Town Salzburg
It is hard to outplay Salzburg: next to innumerable museums, the birthplace of Mozart and Fortress Hohensalzburg are special treats, indeed. It is also well-worth paying a visit to Stiegl's Brauwelt, which is a brewery, and to go to the 'Tiergarten'.Auerspergstraße 6 5020 Salzburg Tel. 0043662 88987-0 www.salzburg.info