We have closed the winter season
SalzburgerLand has now taken additional measures to help contain the spread of the Corona Virus. As professional hosts, we have a special responsibility towards our guests and the population of Salzburg, and as much as we would like to welcome you here, your health takes the highest priority. The tourism in SalzburgerLand fully supports the official efforts of the state government and the international community to prevent the spread of the virus as much as possible.
We have therefore decided to end the 2019/20 winter season.
The cable cars in SalzburgerLand had their last day of operation on Sunday 15th March, 2020. Moreover, all accommodation facilities in the federal state of Salzburg have been closed since Monday 16th March, 2020 following the official guidelines. These extensive measures are carried out in close coordination between the authorities and the tourism boards of Salzburg.
We are sure that through the joint efforts and mutual consideration in our society, we can overcome this challenge within the forseeable future. There will be a time after this crisis – and in this time we will appreciate the nature, the mountains, forests, lakes, and travelling around SalzburgerLand much more.
For your loyalty in recent years, we would like to thank you very much. We are already looking forward to being able to greet you here in SalzburgerLand again soon.
Until then, we wish you one thing above all – stay healthy!
See you soon in SalzburgerLand!
Questions and Answers
We are currently being asked many questions on the aforementioned measures and their effects on the SalzburgerLand tourism, so we would like to answer them here for you.
Can I still travel to SalzburgerLand?
Please do not! Travelling to SalzburgerLand now would work against all the measures being taken by the authorities to prevent as much as possible the spread of the Corona Virus!
How long will the lockdown be in effect? Is there a forecast?
Currently, there is a commercial lockdown until Easter Monday, 13th April. Only when the current situation has drastically eased, can we realistically expect a reduction of the restrictions.
Where can I find answers to cancellation conditions?
In this case, legal advice or a generally valid statement is unfortunately not possible. Please always contact your booked accommodation for a personal and individual support of your request as the first step.
We kindly ask for your patience. Due to the necessary measures taken at very short notice, we are currently unable to provide information on specific legal questions. (The written decree is currently still in preparation, only once it is ready can lawyers also get a concrete picture).
The European Consumer Centre in Austria has set up a hotline for this particular situation. Please contact the experts there on: +43 1 5887781 or online at: www.europakonsument.at or in Germany: www.evz.de
Where can I find up-to-date information on the Corona Virus in Austria and in SalzburgerLand?
The Austrian Ministry of Health informs on its website about the current spread of the Corona Virus worldwide and about the current situation in Austria. Official Coronavirus information page of the Austrian Ministry of Health.
Regional information from State Salzburg can also be found here: Corona information page of the state of Salzburg
How do I identify symptoms of the Corona Virus infection?
A Corona Virus infection usually shows with mild symptoms of a common cold. Common signs of infection include, among others, a fever, cough, shortness of breath and difficulty in breathing. In more severe cases, however, the infection can also cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.
How do I behave if I suspect an infection?
In this case, please contact the Austrian-wide health service directly and exclusively by telephone on the number 1450.
Be sure to avoid public spaces, do not visit a doctor’s office and do not use public transport.