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The Neubergerhof is an ideal starting point for excursions and attractions in SalzburgerLand and Styria

Excursions and attractions

Museums, castles, the Mozart City of Salzburg, summer tobogganing, swimming at the bathing lake, swimming pools, visiting the Krimml waterfalls or Liechtenstein gorge, rides with the summer mountain cable cars in the regions, mini golf, game parks – the amount of attractions in SalzburgerLand and Styria is huge!

We have listed some particularly popular excursions below. You are welcome to ask our reception team on-site for more advice.

The suspension bridge on the Dachstein © Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen GmbH
Only 15 km away

The Dachstein

The Dachstein glacier cable car offers a very special experience with its new panoramic convertible glass gondola. Equipped with a balcony and space for 10 people, it carries visitors up to the Dachstein Glacier. Here, the view from the Dachstein Sky Walk, the most spectacular viewing platform in the Alps, really impresses! Inside the Dachstein Glacier in the Ice Palace, the ice sculptures, lights and sound effects are fascinating. And the new suspension bridge along with the “staircase into the void” provide a real adrenaline rush at 2,700 metres.

 Mighty ice sculptures in the largest ice cave in the world © Eisriesenwelt GmbH
30 km away

Werfen Ice Caves

... the largest ice caves on earth
Experience the mountains in a different way. Discover the wonders of the world's largest ice caves. You will see ice palaces of crystal clear beauty that will take you to a wintry icy world, even on hot summer days.

Hohenwerfen Castle with falconry (30 km away)

A tour of the castle includes a tour of the castle chapel, the pitch kitchen, the armoury, the defensive passage, the bell tower and the adapted Prince's room. The illuminated exhibition on the construction history as well as the new weapons exhibition “To arms! Power, Honour, Submission” give visitors exciting insights into medieval life. From April to October, Hohenwerfen Castle is the scene of a variety of events such as festival weekends, fairy-tale walks, night tours, falconry demonstrations and in winter, a contemplative Advent market.


The high art of falconry
Hohenwerfen Castle was used as a hunting lodge by the Salzburg Archbishops for a long time, and falconry still reminds us of this today. In addition to the historic county falconry, the castle houses Austria's first falconry museum with a Birds of Prey trail. The daily flight demonstrations give an insight into the high art of falconry, which is still practised today in some cultures.

The Mozart City of Salzburg (70 km away)

Salzburg is ideal for a city break for the whole family. The leisurely rhythm, the short distances and the many entertainment opportunities and events for children offer great variety for visitors to Salzburg, for both young and old. The folder “City discoverers on the go in Salzburg” (available at the Neubergerhof reception) invites kids for really cool discoveries all year round and ensures that children & culture can be combined without any problems. The distances between the sights are short and easy to reach for children's legs and buggies. Numerous museums are specially designed for children, while others offer cool guided tours for children. In the large parks (Mirabell, Hellbrunn, Volksgarten) there are great children's playgrounds for that extra fun factor. The Salzburg Card is a cheap all-inclusive pass for families.

Alexandra Reiter
A tip from our excurison expertAlexandra

In 45 minutes in the Mozart city of Salzburg

A shopping trip in Salzburg is absolutly recommandable. Salzburg is a charming city with many alleys and beautiful shops. And your get to know the culture, the city and the sights. Only 70 km away and easy to reach!

Also unique for children

The distance between the sights are short and easy to reach for small children feet and strollers. There are special museums for children or others who offers children's tours. The big parks (Mirabell, Hellbrunn, Volksgarten) have great playgrounds. The Salzburg Card is a cheap all inclusive card for families.
 Fish in the House of Nature in Salzburg  © Verein Haus der Natur - Museum für Natur und Technik
The Natural History Museum in Salzburg (70 km away)

A visit to the natural history museum is as diverse as life itself. From the fascinating underwater world in the aquarium to extra-terrestrial experiences in the space hall...from giant dinosaurs from bygone times, to a journey into the human body - the possibilities to marvel at nature and learn from it seem infinite here.

Another highlight - in Austria's most versatile science centre, there are around 80 interactive stations which encourage research and experimentation.

 Hellbrunn trick fountains © Schlossverwaltung Hellbrunn
Hellbrunn Castle and Trick Fountains (66 km away)

Hellbrunn Palace with its unique trick fountains is perfect for a special experience. The water splashes out of all the nozzles and wells – but don't worry, you might get a bit wet but you certainly won't be soaked. A pure pleasure since 1615.

Salzburger Land Card © SalzburgerLand Tourismus

The SalzburgerLand Card

At the reception you can purchase the SalzburgerLand Card for 7 or 12 days. This card pays off especially for guests who are very interested in culture and want to get to know the famous sights of our region.

This gives you free or discounted admission to over 190 attractions. In addition, the 24-hour Salzburg Card is included for a free visit to the Mozart City of Salzburg.


You are welcome to order the card online:

Prices for the SalzburgerLand Card 2020

Salzburger Land Card 6 Days 12 Days
Adult EUR 76,- EUR 90,-
Children EUR 38,- EUR 45,-

The third child receives the card free of charge.

Liechtenstein Gorge © Tourismusverband St. Johann in Salzburg
39 km away

The legendary Liechtenstein Gorge

After a huge rock fall, the Liechtenstein Gorge became inaccessible to visitors. For 3 years now, work has been carried out on the rocks, footbridges, stairs and ropes to enable guests to walk safely again. In April 2020, the new attraction, the Helix stairway, was installed. In the summer of 2020, the Liechtenstein Gorge will reopen its doors.

The mighty noise of the waterfall, the lush green moss-covered stones, a legendary atmosphere and sunrays that create a rainbow in the fine water mist. In the heart of SalzburgerLand you will find not only one of the most beautiful, but also one of the deepest and longest gorges in the Alps.

 A raft trip on the mountain lake on WAGRAINi's Grafenberg © Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
25 km away

WAGRAINi's Grafenberg ... the world of nature and mountain experiences!

The Grafenberg cable car takes you comfortably and effortlessly up to 1,700 m, where the adventure begins. From Grafenberg with the raft or over the suspension bridge to the themed trail “The Industrious Bee”, and further on over the Hachau slide into the low ropes course. We make a stopover in the climbing stadium on our way to the swing forest, before the “Path of Fascination” leads back to the Kinderalm. The more than 30 adventure stations promise many hours of fun for both young and old!
 Salt mines in Hallein with Celtic village © Salzwelten
59 km away

Salt Mines & Celtic Village Hallein

The salt mines offer fun and excitement for both young and old! And this all year round, as the temperature in the mine is constant at 10°C. Warm clothing and sturdy footwear are also recommended in summer! (Admission for children from 4 years old!) The Celtic Village is a reconstructed Celtic settlement and was supplemented with buildings from the Middle Ages. It represents the working way of life of the Celtic miners up to the Middle Ages.

 Family excursion Geisterberg in St. Johann im Pongau © Tourismusverband St. Johann im Pongau
48 km away

Geisterberg St. Johann/Alpendorf

... the leis ure and adventure park! 
With the gondola lift you go up to the Geisterberg leisure and adventure park. Above the mountain station, the ghost train is already waiting. Get in or hike to the ghost village, where the first adventures await the whole family. Going through the talking ghost gate, you meet Gspensti & Spuki who take you through the four ghostly worlds of earth, fire, water and air spirits. The little ones will find the most diverse ghosts on the Wichtelweg. Air swings, bird nests, climbing dragon, ghost tower, water games, ghost lake, cone shooting stalls and much more are waiting for the bigger ones in the Alpine amusement park. The really big ones will find a hiking and nature experience of a special kind in a wonderful panoramic location.
Walker © Schladming-Dachstein Tourismusmarketing
Through the Silberkar gorge to the Silberkar hut (26 km away)

The Silberkar gorge is a romantic white water gorge in the heart of the Dachstein massif.
Discover the great wild nature as well as Alpine plants and animals on a hike through the unique eco-space of the rushing gorge. At the end of the gorge, the Silberkar opens up. This was formerly a farmed Alpine pasture, and is now an excursion for young and old. The mountain hut provides hikers with organic produce from its own farm and offers beautiful views from the sun terrace.

Hiking shoes © Schladming-Dachstein Tourismusmarketing
Wild waters (35 km away)

One of the most extraordinary hiking trails in the world stretches up at 2,600 m above sea level. 14.5 km of “Wild Waters” show our most valuable asset in all its facets – from quietly glittering crystal clear water to roaring foaming water in free fall over the rocks of the Schladminger Tauern. A unique nature experience that won international awards in 2009 with the title of the first “National Geographic Hiking Trail”.

 Sign on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road © Großglockner-Hochalpenstraßen-Aktiengesellschaft
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road

This road is one of the most fascinating panoramic roads in Europe and runs for 48 kilometres through the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park. High above the Pasterzen Glacier, the Grossglockner (3,798 m) seems within reach. Exhibitions, themed trails and children's playgrounds promise an incomparable day.

4 very lovingly designed themed playgrounds - “The Gold Burial Site”, “Building the Road”, “Snow Fun at the High Gate” and “From Egg to Butterfly” invite you to slide, swing and romp around. While the children dig for gold to their heart's content, or try to build the road, sit in the old construction car, watch marmots in nature or swing through the air like a butterfly, parents can enjoy the magnificent panorama and take a coffee break.

Deer © Wild- und Erlebnispark Ferleiten
Ferleiten Wildlife Park (80 km away)

Directly on the Grossglockner Road in front of the toll booth you will find more than 200 native Alpine animals over approx. 15 hectares. The walking time through the park is about one hour.

The paths are suitable for kid’s buggies and wheelchairs. In the middle of the grounds are a large pond with numerous seating and rest areas, as well as an observation tower. Educational display boards provide information on the flora and fauna of the Alps.

Grossgmain Open Air Museum in Salzburg © Salzburger Freilichtmuseum
Grossgmain Open Air Museum (74 km away)

... the rural past of the county of Salzburg!
Take a journey through six centuries and discover Salzburg's history. More than 100 original buildings from agriculture, crafts and trade await you. With the Museum Railway you can take a leisurely journey through large parts of the 50-hectare museum area.

The adventure playground with water play area, climbing tower with large slide, double swing and balancing track is particularly popular with children. In between, you can recharge your batteries with a visit to the historic inn “Salettl” with its guest garden.

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