There is also the attractive SalzburgerLand Card which, in addition to including entry to around 190 tourist destinations, also entitles the holder to free use of transport and cable cars. It is valid from 1st May to 26th October 2018. It may be used for a period of either 6 or 12 days, for adults and children. It is valid for 24 hours in the City of Salzburg. www.salzburgerlandcard.com
In Kitzbühel, the Kitzbühel Alpine Summer Card grants discounted entry to selected museums. www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com
Here is an overview of museum entries on the “Path of Treasures”:
- The Alfred Kubin exhibition “Dream & Reality” in the Lohninghof in Zell am See-Kaprun can be visited with free admission.
- “In the footsteps of the painter Anton Faistauer” you hike on an Adventure Trail in Maishofen.
- The Bramberg Museum showing the works of Josef Stoitzner can be visited free of charge with the National Park Summer Card and the SalzburgerLand Card. Those in possession of the Kitzbühel Alps Summer Card will receive 10% off the admission fee.
- The Schloss Ritzen Museum with the “Salzmann Galery” can be visited free of charge with the SalzburgerLand Card, the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card and the Lion Alpin Card from the Saalfelden-Leogang holiday regionlden (1 entry per stay).
- The Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang, with its permanent exhibition of Michael Hofer, can be viewed free of charge with the SalzburgerLand Card, the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card and the Lion Alpin Card from the Saalfelden–Leogang holiday region (1 entry per stay). Those in possession of the Kitzbühel Alps Summer Card will receive 50% off the admission price.
- The Kitzbühel Museum is not only home to the forest collection. It also tells the story of the town of Kitzbühel, which has been appreciated by people from all over the world for many decades as a ski resort.