Salt Worlds Hallstatt and observation deck "World Heritage View"
Follow the cycle of salt: from the formation of the deposit to historical mining to modern gourmet salt production in the salt manufactory directly on site. Discover the significance of salt - as the essence of life - on a journey through time through 4 eras of salt mining deep in the tunnels. At the Kelten.Erlebnis.Berg (Celtic Experience Mountain), the AR research app merges the real world with the virtual one.
ÖBB rail travel 2nd class to Hallstatt and back
Transfer by boat across the Hallstätter See (return journey)
Round trip with the Salzberg funicular
Entry to the Salt Worlds Hallstatt, incl. guided tour
For bookings from abroad, we recommend the ÖBB customer service at +43 (0)5 1717-3, in particular for rail passengers. Tickets are sent by mail (mail charges € 5,- per postal item) – bookings must be made in due time!
Attention! Print@home not possible! The ticket must be printed at a ÖBB ticket vending machine in Austria. In Austria: ÖBB Ticket vending machine, ÖBB travel agencies at the ÖBB train station, ÖBB ticket counters.
Per VORTEILSCARD Family, a maximum of 4 children aged 6 - 14.99 can be transported free of charge by rail. You pay the cooperation partner's share for the children on site.
Children below the age of 4 years are not allowed to visit the salt mine.
Children above the age of 4 and under the age of 6 pay the admission fee (20 euros) directly at the cash desk for the Salt Worlds, and for the transfer by boat directly on the boat (7.40 euros).
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Audio guides: Information and background information is provided by audio guides (rental fee € 3,-) or our free Audio Guide App (download free of charge from the App Store or Google Play. Languages: D/E/I/F/JAP/Mandarin/RU/SLO/H/CZ/ES/AR/HE
Bronze Age cinema - 400 metres below ground! The oldest wooden staircase in Europe is the centre and highlight of this new presentation surrounding the prehistoric miners of Hallstatt.
The observation deck "WELTERBEBLICK" (World Heritage View) below the "Rudolfsturm" restaurant offers the unique opportunity to enjoy the World Heritage town of Hallstatt from a bird's-eye view.
The train ticket is valid within 2 calendar days for one return journey (36 hours from the start of the journey).
Departing from any ÖBB station in Austria with an ÖBB train of your choice listed in the valid ÖBB timetable.
The Kombiticket is not valid for night trains!
Together with your ÖBB ticket, you will receive a voucher for your leisure activity. At the ticket office of the place you would like to visit, you can then exchange this voucher for your ticket.
Before buying a Kombiticket, please make sure you enquire about the opening hours and days closed or check the operating days and operating hours on the individual partners’ websites.