What's on in Zell am See
A spectacular show featuring water, light, music & laser
Zell´s Summer Night Festivals
Sporting Lake Festival
A race up the legendary Großglocknerstrasse
Zell am See Christmas Market
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Zell am See is located on the shores of Lake Zell and lies next to the Hohe Tauern National Park and the Grossglockner mountain. It is also ideally located at the German border.
Zell am See is one of the most scenic and most popular resorts in Austria. Beautifully located on the shores of Lake Zell, the village lies next to the Hohe Tauern National Park and the Grossglockner mountain range. The lake has clear water and allows swimming in parts of it, should that prove bracing then visit the thermal baths of nearby Badgastein. Zell am See has a traffic free historical town centre and great shopping possibilities.
Take a look through the hotels in Zell am See that we have highlighted, all of which will provide excellent accommodation for your Austria holiday. However, if you are looking to visit a different area of the country, we can help you arrange anything from Vienna city breaks to hotels in Bregenz.
Gasthof Alpenblick is a typical Austrian tavern, which has a restaurant as well. Another popular one is the rustic Bacchuskeller which has a local musician playing. Very famous by Dutch and British tourists is the Resi, where music and dancing can be enjoyed.
As Zell am See is a well-known ski destination, it hosts numerous ski and sport shops.
This restaurant serves fantastic, traditional Austrian food.
One of the most favourite restaurant by locals, the Dorfstadl serves spectacular prepared food.
This restaurant serves Italian food.
The Old Town of Zell am See has many historic buildings, such as St. Hippolyte's church. Also the Kastnerturm, which is part of the Zell am See skyline, is worth a visit. It is the oldest tower of the town. The Castle Rosenberg is also an interesting attraction. It was build in the 16th century in a Bavarian style.