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Unspoilt nature and urban life - you can experience both on holiday in the Salzburger Land. How about a trip to Zell am See or to the famous festival city of Salzburg? 

The Salzburger Land scores with culture, tradition and authenticity. This multi-faceted mix can be felt not only in the peaceful countryside, but also in the urban atmosphere.  

In the city and yet in nature: Kaprun and Zell am See

The municipality of Kaprun is a popular and well-known holiday destination for sports, culinary delights and wellness. Zell am See in its idyllic location is just a short drive away. Here you can stroll in the enchanting pedestrian zone past delis, traditional costume shops and pastry shops. From the Esplanade you follow the lakeside promenade along the lakeshore. If you have plenty of time, you can walk around Lake Zell completely from here.

Excursion to the festival city of Salzburg

Salzburg is a world-famous city that is worth seeing in many ways! From Kaprun you can reach the Mozart city by car in less than two hours. The special flair and long history of Salzburg can be experienced particularly well in the famous Getreidegasse and on the spacious squares of the old town. Every year, the cathedral square is the venue for Hugo von Hoffmannsthal's Jedermann during the festival. Austria's oldest coffee house, Café Tomaselli, is located at the Old Market Square. And make sure you don't miss the colourful hustle and bustle at Rupertikirtag and Christkindlmarkt on Residenzplatz.

Art, culture and culinary arts - Salzburg's city quarter

A stroll off the beaten tourist track is also worthwhile - in the lively Andräviertel, in the artistic Nonntal or the meandering alleys of the Kaiviertel. Cross one of the bridges from the old town to the other side of the Salzach - into the Linzergasse with its cafés, restaurants and shops, to the traditional Schrannenmarkt, which always takes place on Thursdays around the Andräkirche, or through the Mirabellgarten, from where you can admire the view of the Hohensalzburg Fortress.

The alleys and mountains of Salzburg

Salzburg's alleys and mountains

Beside the Getreidegasse, the more hidden alleys of Salzburg are also worth seeing: In the Steingasse narrow houses nestle against each other, which were once built directly at the rock of the Kapuzinerberg. The Goldgasse owes its name to the goldsmith craftsmen who once lived here. In addition to the Kapuzinerberg, the Mönchsberg also defines Salzburg's cityscape. The Museum der Moderne is located here and can be reached easily by lift. Above the rooftops of Salzburg, one walks along winding paths in idyllic nature and enjoys magnificent views of the old town.

And since a single visit is not enough to explore all the treasures of the city of Salzburg, you should simply come again.

Book your apartment or hotel room in the modern Mountain Hotel Luis in Kaprun now. So you can look forward to fun-packed and relaxing holidays against the impressive backdrop of the Kitzsteinhorn! We are also happy to answer your group inquiry