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Places to visit in/near Flachau, Austria

 

AltenMarkt Therme, Austria Altenmarkt Therme, Austria

Family-friendly and exciting spa in the midst of the Salzburger region. With an impressive area of 30,000 square meters, a variety of spa and sauna, this is a unique highlight to your visit in Austria.
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AltenMarkt, Austria Altenmarkt, Austria

Altenmarkt is a small but pretty town with a traditional town square just outside the church and good variety of local shops. Altenmarkt also has some great walking routes and can be easily reached from Flachau. Walking to Altenmarkt along the river is a must !
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Hohenwerfen, Austria

Hohenwerfen Fortress, Austria

The 900-year-old Hohenwerfen Fortress towers high above the Salzach Valley, between the Tennen and Hagen mountain ranges.
Adventurers and culture buffs will find exactly what they're looking for at Hohenwerfen: a variety of attractions including tours of the fortress, a weapons exhibit, a romantic castle tavern, a medieval shop and the historic Falconry Center with daily flight demonstrations, the first Austrian Falconry Museum as well as changing special exhibitions.
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Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg is the forth largest city in Austria only being rivaled by Vienna, Graz and Linz. Although the fourth largest, it's still quite small and therefore easy to explore by foot in a day. You can drive from Flachau in 45 minutes or take the train from Radstadt or Bischofshofen. For those who like shopping there are some exclusive boutiques in which to spend lots of Euros. We would recommend a stroll around the castle area.
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Eisriesenwelt Ice Caves, Austria

Eisriesenwelt Ice Caves, Austria

The Eisriesenwelt is a labyrinth of caves with a total length of over 40 km. As is the case with all caves, their formation spans a long period of time. The first cracks and crevices in the limestone appeared during the elevation of the mountains approx. 100 million years ago and over the course of thousands of years became more developed and extended as a result of chemical reactions and water erosion. Caves in the alps are still developing, although in many cases the process of drying out has limited their development.
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