Silent Night! Holy Night!Learn more
Silent Night! Holy Night!Like no other song, “Silent Night! Holy Night!” stands for a peaceful Christmas. What very few people know is that the world-famous Christmas carol has its origin in SalzburgerLand. Gruber and Mohr performed the song ...
Silent Night – the world-famous christmas songLearn more
Silent Night – the world-famous christmas songOne of the world’s most famous songs was created in SalzburgerLand. Get to know the history and background of "Silent Night! Holy Night!" and experience the SalzburgerLand.
MariapfarrPure air, clean water, a low-pollen altitude and added to that the most hours of Sun in Austria. Holidays in Mariapfarr just do you good. Additionally, there are the impressive views of the peaks of the Tauern Mountains and a ...
Christmas EventsLearn more
Discover the Silent-Night-LandLearn more
Discover the Silent-Night-LandTour through the Silent-Night-Regions in Upper Austria, SalzburgerLand and Tirol
Silent-Night-Land SalzburgLearn more
Silent-Night-Land SalzburgJoseph Mohr and Franz Xaver Gruber created what is arguably the world’s most famous Christmas carol. The seven stations of their work are located in SalzburgerLand, and provide information about the song and the era at that ...
Tauern Cycle Trail NewsLearn more
Tauern Cycle Trail NewsWith its unique landscape along the Salzach and Saalach, as well as the exceptional culinary diversity on offer, the Tauern Cycle Trail is just wonderful.
Salzburger LungauLearn more
Salzburger LungauScenic trails through the surrounding mountains. Hike from mountain lake to mountain lake. The warm hospitality on the mountain and in the valley. Enjoy your time in Lungau.
OberndorfGetting married in Oberndorf! A dream for many Salzburg people. In the lovely Silent Night chapel, which still today has the magical feeling of a Christmas miracle. After the bonfire, everyone is invited into the tasty Inns ...
Hallein-Bad DürrnbergLearn more
Hallein-Bad DürrnbergThe history of the town dates back to the pre-Christian century. Hallein owed its former wealth to the salt which was mined on the Dürrnberg by the Celts, which still today dominates the town and its surroundings.