Enjoy Salzburg and all its variety!

With the SalzburgerLand Card
on a journey through the city and state of  Salzburg

Discover and enjoy the most stunning sights around the Klockerhaus in Krimml

The SalzburgerLand Card is your ticket to unlimited holiday enjoyment. About 190 sights, which  are included in the SalzburgerLand Card, guarantee that your holidays will never be boring.

This is how it works: The SalzburgerLand Card for your holiday in Krimml

The SalzburgerLand Card is valid from 1 May until 26 October and is available for a period of 6 or  12 days. It allows you to visit about 190 attractions throughout Salzburg for free – everything from  mountain railways and swimming pools to mines, museums, castles, gorges and even public  transport is included.

>> Here you can find an overview of all sights.

Those who wish to experience the Salzburger Land in all its facets should definitely get the  SalzburgerLand Card. If you have any questions, we will be happy to help you.


Around the Klockerhaus: attractions in the Hohe Tauern National Park

The SalzburgerLand Card also pays off for your holiday in the Klockerhaus, as many sights are  situated nearby.

 

For example, the SalzburgerLand Card allows you to use the entire railway line  from Krimml to Zell am See for free – a real attraction, given that the Pinzgau Local Railway has  been working in the Hohe Tauern National Park for 115 years. Moreover, the admission to the  National Park Centre, National Park Exhibitions and many outdoor and indoor swimming pools in  the region is free.

A little gift for you:
the Großglockner High Alpine Road or the Salzburg City Card

In addition to the 190 attractions which are included in the SalzburgerLand Card anyway, you will  receive either the Salzburg Card for 24 hours or the road charge for the Großglockner High Alpine  Road as a present.

With this you can choose between our charming capital Salzburg with its  numerous sights (including the Untersberg Cable Car, the Zoo Hellbrunn and the Schloss  Hellbrunn) and the breathtaking Großglockner High Alpine Road, leading up Austria’s highest  mountain.