Saalbach

Saalbach City Breaks

Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Saalbach and the neighbouring village of Hinterglemm are nestled in the scenic Glemm Valley. The area is a hiker's paradise with 400km of well-maintained and easy-to-follow trails. The traditional village has an attractive pedestrian zone with a variety of shops and restaurants. A special hiker's bus connects the different villages in the area, as well as the whole valley, and takes passengers as far as Zell am See. Saalbach is an ideal starting point for day trips to Salzburg and the Grossglockner mountain range.

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Places to shop

The picturesque pedestrian zone of Saalbach hosts numerous stores and restaurants and offers a great shopping experience for every visitor. Also, the high street is a great spot in which to buy gifts for yourself and those back home.

Places to eat

Hinterhagalm

Famous for appearing in the backdrop for "The Sound of Music", the Hinterhagalm is also well-known for its 5pm tea bar and its traditional Austrian food.


Wildenkarhütte

This mountain chalet has a great atmosphere and is a perfect break from the winter sports.

Nightlife

The Arena Hotel in the Alpenhotel has two bars, a lively band, a dance floor and couches on which to relax.

The Sporthotel hosts a nightclub where the dancefloor is encircled by a balcony. The Harley Davidson and Biker's Pub is located in the basement of the Hotel Zur Dorfschmiede.

The Harley Davidson and Biker's Pub is located in the basement of the Hotel Zur Dorfschmiede.

Attractions

The Rauris Valley

The Rauris Valley, which is 4km away from Saalbach, is a hikers' paradise. There are over 150 paths to explore.

Useful Information
  • Flight time from London: 1 hour 55 min
  • Salzburg Airport: 88km from the city centre; transfer time about 1 hour 42 min
  • Nearest railway station: Saalbach-Hinterglemm
  • Currency: Euro
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