Eastern Alps Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Eastern Alps - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Zell am See 7

St. Johann im Pongau 3

Werfen 2

Grossglockner Highway 2

Heiligenblut 2

Filzmoos 1

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Alter Pocher

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This 16th-century-style goldgräberdorf (gold-mining town) was built upon historic gold mines in the Fleiss valley. The Hohe Tauern...

Burg Hohenwerfen

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From miles away you can see Burg Hohenwerfen, one of the most formidable fortresses of Europe (it was never taken in battle), which dates...

Church of St. Vincent

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According to local legend, St. Briccius, after obtaining a vial of the blood of Jesus, was buried by an avalanche, but when his body...

Eisriesenwelt

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The "World of the Ice Giants," houses the largest known complex of ice caves, domes, galleries, and halls in Europe. It extends for some...

Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

This is the excursion over the longest and most spectacular highway through the Alps. The road was completed in 1935, after five years...

Hohe Tauern National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

This is one of the most varied and unspoiled landscapes on the planet—high Alpine meadows, deep evergreen woods, endless spiraling...

Liechtensteinklamm

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Traveling from Bad Gastein along Route 311, turn east toward Schwarzach in Pongau, where the road heads north, to find, between Schwarzach...

Perchtenlauf

  • Festival–Sight

Every four years during the first week of January, the people of St. Johann, like the Bad Gasteiners, celebrate Perchtenlauf, which can...

Pinzgauer Railroad

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This romantic narrow-gauge train winds its way under steam power on a two-hour trip through the Pinzgau, following the Salzach River...

Pongau Domkirche

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The huge, twin-spired pfarrkirche (parish church), built in 1861 in neo-Gothic style, is known locally as the Pongau Domkirche—a...

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