Day trip Badgastein Salzburg

Alpentherme Gastein

Badgastein – Waterfall & Alpen Therme

Alpentherme GasteinIn the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park lies in fresh mountain air Bad Gastein fog-free at 1000 m above sea level. Its characteristic townscape with the beautiful buildings from the “Belle Epoque” blends harmoniously into the natural environment. The world resort with the special flair.

Alpen Therme Gastein

The state-of-the-art alpine health and leisure world will pamper you with adventure and relaxation: on 32,000 square meters you will find oases of relaxation or pure experience for the whole family. The power source in the mountains is waiting for you!


Daytrip different Gorges

liechtenstein klamm

Ausflug Klamm


There are a number of imposing gorges, gorges through which the water falls, roars and seethes:

Sigmund-Thun gorge

About 30 meters deep, the Kapruner Ache has been cut into the Sigmund-Thun gorge since the last Ice Age.1934 this natural jewel was elevated to a natural monument.

Liechtenstein Gorge

That could be your case too?
The mighty roar of the waterfall, the mossy stones in lush green, a legendary atmosphere.

In the heart of the Salzburger Land, you can get an idea of ​​yourself. There you will not only find a beautiful but also one of the deepest and longest gorges in the Alpine world.


The Vorderkaserklamm between St. Martin and Weißbach, which was declared a natural monument in 1977, was first made accessible to visitors in 1882. Today the gorge is 400 m long, 80 m deep, up to 6 m wide and 80 cm narrow at the bottom. A total of 51 footbridges and 35 steps with 373 steps were installed in the gorge.

Before you reach the entrance of the gorge, it goes through the natural recreation area with swimming ponds and barbecue areas in the “Schüttbachgraben”.
A-5092 St. Martin near Lofer
Tel .: +43 / 6588/8520


May – October Emergence about 12,000 years ago, when the ice of the last ice age melted in the Alps. In 1831, lumberjacks erected a triftweg for the first time through the 600 m long and up to 50 m deep gorge. Duration of visit: approx. 1 hour, an ideal starting point for hikes!

What to take

Solid shoes, warm clothes, camera

Day trip Ice caves


Ice Caves

A wonder of nature. Discover the mightiest ice figures in the world in the giant halls of the Ice Giants’ World and your efforts at visiting the unique cave system will be well rewarded. They explore the ice palace, the castle of the ice giant, the veil of the Frozen queen with historic carbide lamps ….

excursion Description

After about 15 minutes walk you reach the cable car valley station, at 1,076 m altitude, where there is also a small rest house. With the cable car you will overcome about 500 meters and get to the mountain inn “Dr. Oedl Haus”. From there you can already see the cave portal, which can be reached in another 15 minutes walk.

In the cave there is a constant temperature of 0 ° Celsius, of course in the summer! Warm clothes and good shoes are recommended. A guided tour takes about 75 minutes, visiting about 1 km of this cave. It overcomes approximately 130 m difference in altitude.

What to take

Solid shoes, warm clothes, cameras are not allowed in the cave.

Daytrip to Munich

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A highlight in the state capital and with over 1.3 million inhabitants at the same time the largest city of the Free State of Bavaria, the third largest city in Germany and the twelfth largest in the European Union. The city is one of the most important economic, transport and cultural centers of the Federal Republic and one of the most prosperous cities in Europe. Munich is the center of the metropolitan region of Munich and the administrative headquarters of the administrative district of Upper Bavaria.

Museums, castles, churches – This city spoils their senses.
The Marienplatz is considered the center and lies, surrounded by the New and the Old Town Hall, right in the center of the old town

Shopping … ..Maximilianstraße
A street full of glamor and pageantry, adorned by the finest boutiques: this is the Maximiliansstraße in the heart. From Max-Joseph-Platz, the street leads perfectly straight to the Maximilianeum, the seat of the Bavarian state parliament.

Even more shops, a huge pedestrian zone the world-famous Viktualienmarkt and a shopping center next to the other can be found here.

What to take:

Camera, comfortable footwear comfortable footwear



Salzkammergut – St. Wolfgang

The diversity of the landscape – with its 76 larger and smaller lakes, the rolling hills and proud ridges – ensures constant surprises.


The picturesque Salzbergbauort amid the Salzkammergut offers not only interesting facts about pre-Christian history, but also the oldest salt mine in the world. Nearby is the Dachstein Giant Ice Cave.

The development history of the salt production is as old as the humans themselves. The salt mining Hallstatt is the oldest salt production place in the world, which still stands in the today’s time in enterprise.

St. Gilgen

The small town with its beautiful lake promenade is one of the most popular bathing and holiday resorts in the region. A cable car leads to the Zwölferhorn, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Wolfgangsee and numerous mountain peaks.

St. Wolfgang

By boat across the Wolfgangsee to St. Wolfgang, by steam locomotive to the Schafberg, then a coffee in the world-famous Weisses Rössl – who would not like to be there?

Bad Ischl

The small town was famous as a summer resort by Emperor Franz Josef. The Kaiser’s summer residence, the imperial villa is the attraction of the place.

What to take:
Camera, comfortable footwear

Daytrip Krimmler Waterfalls

krimmler waterfall

Krimmler Waterfalls

Krimmler WasserfälleIn the year 1961 the Krimmler waterfalls were put under nature protection. Until then it was planned to build a power plant here. In 1966, these waterfalls were awarded the European Nature Conservation Diploma.
The Krimml waterfalls are among the most impressive in Europe and are certainly a highlight when visiting the national park, because they are also among the highest on earth. In three steps the Krimmler Ache crashes into the valley. The total fall height is almost 400 meters. Over the upper Achenfall the water falls 140 meters to the “Schönangerl” down. The Mittlerer Achenfall overcomes a height of about 100 meters and the third, the lower Achenfall, is another 140 meters high.

The climb up to the highest Achenfall takes one hour, to the Mittlerer case you walk 30 minutes, and the lowest waterfall can be reached in 10 minutes.

Also worth a visit! Experience water!

The fascinating attraction for old and young. Experience what our water can do. Informative, interesting and entertaining. You will be amazed! Water is our lifeblood, with sensational abilities. Water can work wonders and water can make these wonders visible. In the WasserWunderWelt Krimml experience amazing, unique and never seen before. Let yourself be surprised by the wonderful world that the water opens up to you and discover what is in every drop of water. The water wonder world Krimml – directly at the entrance to the Krimmler waterfalls.

What to take
Solid shoes, warm clothes, camera


Sommerrodelbahn Saalfelden


Sommerrodelbahn Saalfelden

Sommerrodelbahn SaalfeldenErleben Sie 1.600 m lustiges Rodelerlebnis mit 63 aufregenden Kurven, 3 Jumps sowie zwei Tunnel durch die schöne Landschaft des Bibergs – ein Riesenrutschspaß für die ganze Familie. Die Rolba Run funktioniert kinderleicht – Sie wählen mit einem Schalthebel die Geschwindigkeit. Die Auffahrt mit dem Doppelsessellift bietet herrliche Einblicke in das Panorama des Steinernen Meeres und des Saalachtales.

ACHTUNG! Bei Regen ist kein Betrieb möglich!

Daytrip to Swarovski Wattens – Innsbruck

Swarovski Kristallwelten

The Swarovski Cristal world – Wattens

Wattens is home to magnificent treasures of crystal. The crystalline treasures are guarded by the water-spouting head of an alpine giant. After passing the giant at the entrance to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, children and parents discover the sparkling treasures of crystal in the subterranean interactive exhibition. Crystalline Chambers of Wonder in the Swarovski Crystal Worlds

Goldenes Dachl

The “Museum Goldenes Dachl” is the memorial to Emperor Maximilian I (1459 – 1519), who was one of the most important personalities in Europe. He left numerous traces in his favorite city of Innsbruck, from which the Golden Roof became the landmark of the city of Innsbruck.
A highlight of the museum is its tangible proximity to the Golden Roof.

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1754 under Empress Maria Theresia after plans of J.M. Gumpp built in place of the Gothic castle built by Maximilian I. Magnificent giant hall with paintings by Maulpertsch. Museum with gothic cellar.


Built in 1765 under Empress Maria Theresa on the former city boundary from the stones of the suburban gate. Monument commemorating the marriage of Peter Leopold with Maria Ludovica of Spain. North side Portrait of the Emperor Franz I, who died in Innsbruck

What to take with you:
Camera, comfortable shoes

Mozart City Salzburg. Daytrip

Ausflug Salzburg Stadt

Salzburg City

Salzburg, the capital of the beautiful province of Salzburg. A rich, proud past and a lively presence make Salzburg a city that is always worth a visit.

Salzburg owes its fame all over the world to the unforgettable magic of its cityscape, the scenic beauty of its surroundings and the chance that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart saw the light of day here in 1756.

What to take with you:
Camera, comfortable shoes


Venice Daytrip

venedig venice daytrip


Venice, the capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region, is built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. It has no roads, just canals – including the Grand Canal thoroughfare – lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. The central square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, which is tiled with Byzantine mosaics, and the Campanile bell tower offering views of the city’s red roofs.

What to take with you:
Camera, comfortable shoes