SALZBURG/Maishofen/Zell am See

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... in the Maishofen (West Austria) pages!

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Josie Reichkendler (Vicepresident)



Maishofen - www.maishofen.com


Located in the "Pinzgau" in Salzburg, between Saalfelden, Saalbach and Zell am See (Only 1 hour away from Salzburg and about 1 1 / 2 hours from Munich), is

Maishofen on Zeller.

The ideal starting point for many destinations and attractions and activities such as: Reservoirs Kaprun, Hohe Tauern,
Grossglockner High Alpine Road (in about 40-45 minutes on the Edelweißspitze) Werfen Ice Caves - the largest ice caves in the earth, game and amusement Ferleiten, Weißsee in Uttendorf, Krimml Falls, King's Lake, Glacier Kitzsteinhorn, Salzburg Zoo Hellbrunn, Salzburg Open Air Museum, Kaprun High Mountain, Clear ship on Zeller, Adventure Mountain - Schmittenhöhe Zell am See, Celtic Museum in Hallein
Catacombs of St. Peter in Salzburg, Vötters vintage car museum in Kaprun, Hellbrunn Palace, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mozart's residence, Mozart's birthplace Salzburg Residenz, Fortress Hohenwerfen, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, worlds Hallein Salt Mine / Dürrnberg, Wonder World of Water, Bad Hofgastein and many others More on www.urlaub-salzburgerland.at/ausflugsziele ...

Tourism Maishofen - www.maishofen.com

Community Maishofen - www.maishofen.at

Pinzgau


The Pinzgau, a district in the southwest of Salzburg. As a political administrative unit, it is usually referred to Zell am See. In everyday speech, however, dominates the original concept.
Pinzgau The region is geographically the largest district of Salzburg. It is bordered on the east by the Pongau, in the north and east to the Bavarian district of Berchtesgaden area, west to the northern districts Schwaz Tyrol and Kitzbühel, and the south by the South belonging to Italy, the district of Lienz East Tirol and Carinthia at the District Hospital Drava.

Source: www.salzburg.com/wiki/index.php/Pinzgau