Mini Vacation Guide for Zell am See, Austria

Zell am See, located in the state of Salzburg, is a well-known tourist destination, famous for its mountains and lakes.

Best Time to Visit Zell am See

In summers, every Wednesday from (July – August) the Zell summer night festival takes place. Great artists, musicians, and culinary treats can be experienced and this time can be considered as a good season to visit Zell Am See.

Nearest Attractions in Zell am See

1. Kitzsteinhorn (Zell am See)

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The Kitzsteinhorn is a mountain in the High Tauern range of the Central Eastern Alps in Austria. It is part of the Glockner Group and reaches a height of 3,203 m (10,509 ft) AA.[1] The Kitzsteinhorn glaciers are a popular ski area.

2. Lake Zell (Zell am See)

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In winter the lake completely freezes and is used for winter sports. In summer the lake is used for pleasure boating. The water is very clear and suitable for swimming or diving but can be chilly.

3. Schmittenhöhe (Zell am See)

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It is the local mountain of the district capital of Zell am See. From the summit of the Schmittenhöhe, there is a good view of over 30 three-thousands as well as the lake of Zeller See, the river basin, and the whole Saalach valley.

4. Zell am See

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The town is an important tourist destination known as Zell am See-Kaprun.

5. Oldtimer Museum

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Museum in Kaprun.

6. St.Margareta Church

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Church in Kaprun.

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