Flachau - best situated for trips to Salzburg Land
Site of the natural wonders – from the Liechtensteinklamm (gorge) to the culture city of Salzburg
There is much to discover in and around Flachau. A well-developed transportation system makes it easy to get around!
That which applies to arrival and departure transportation, can also be said of the travel infrastructure within Flachau and its environs - Flachau has an outstanding transport system - all of Salzburg Land can be discovered from here:
The ice giant world
The largest ice cave in the world is in Werfen. You can view the unique interplay of rock and ice, situated only a few kilometers away from Flachau
The Liechtensteinklamm is one of the longest and deepest accessible wild water ravines in the Alps.
The gorge in St. Johann in the Pongau, in the heart of Salzburg.
Salt Mines Hallein
Go to the Salt World in Hallein, set forth on a search for white gold. At the Duernberg near Hallein, there is a 2,500-year-old Celtic salt mine with ancient spikes and mystical stories.
The Festival City of Salzburg
In the culture city Salzburg, you cannot only visit Mozart’s birth house, but innumerable additional objects of interest and museums as well. You can find a nutritional lift in the traditional Salzburg coffee houses and restaurants
Großglockner High Alpine Road
The most famous High Alpine Road leads you to the highest mountain of Austria, the Großglockner in the National Park Hohe Tauern. On 48 kilometers, you cross a unique mountain world with flowering Almwiesen, fragrant forests and imposing mountains.
Fortresses and Castles
In Salzburg Land, there are many fortresses and castles, which are indispensable destinations for those who wish to experience refined culture.
During the summer months, extensive related programs take place. For example, the famous flight demonstrations at the national falcon facility at Fortress Hohenwerfen.