Travel through the Salzkammergut to Hallstatt, passing a number of small villages en route. Enjoy a guided tour of Hallstatt. Visit the world’s oldest salt mines, take a leisurely lakeside walk, see the Mullbach waterfall, and visit the Bone House.
What to Expect
Start the 5-hour trip from Salzburg with a drive through the famous Salzkammergut en route to Hallstatt, known as the Pearl of the Salzkammergut.
The route will take you through a number of charming villages. On arrival in Hallstatt you might begin your visit with a mountain train ride up to the entrance of the world’s oldest salt mines, where you can admire the views down onto Hallstatt.
Enjoy a leisurely walk along the lake and marvel how the houses above you seem to cling onto the mountainside. Pass by the Mullbach waterfall and visit the local museum.
A must-see attraction is the Bone House behind the Catholic church, which will give you an interesting view into local family life (admission not included).
You’ll then begin the return journey via Abtenau and Russbach to Gosau, where you’ll see the Gosau Lake and admire the views of the Dachtsein mountains.
- Round-trip bus transportation between Salzburg and Hallstatt
- Tour guide
- Guided tour in Hallstatt
What's Not Included
- Admission fees
- Food and drinks
Know Before You Go
In Hallstatt you will have a guided tour of the town and also have some time on your own.
For disabled guests/wheelchair users:
Except for the Salt Mines Tour and the Eagle's Nest Tour, all tours are wheelchair accessible. Your wheelchair must be foldable and you will need to be able to get in and out of the coach or minivan by yourself (1-3 steps).