One entry card – more than 180 attractions – the all-inclusive summer card
Your holiday in Salzburger Land lasts 1 or even 2 weeks and you want to experience a lot visit sights, lakes & spas, gondola up to the heights on mountain railways, enjoy culture in the City of Salzburg or go to the Großglockner? Then the SalzburgerLand Card is just the thing for your summer holiday. It offers you a discount price and with it you have an admission ticket to over 180 attractions in your hands.
Buy the SalzburgerLand Card
Where can I get the SalzburgerLand Card?
Right here over a link on the website of Hotel Stegerbräu
- order the SalzburgerLand Card online to a fixed price
- choose either 6 or 12 days
- close the order with your payment
- then you will receive an email with the links to your personalized cards, which you can then simply download digitally to your mobile phone.
- from the first use the card is then valid for 6 or 12 days
- the children’s card is valid from the 4th birthday and up to the 16th birthday
- enjoy entry to about 180 attractions in the province and city of Salzburg free of charge
Short notice: no app needs to be installed for this. You prefer to have a ticket in paper form? – then alternatively print it out as a print-home ticket. The ticket costs the same everywhere, regardless of whether you order it here via the Hotl Stegerbräu link, from the tourist office or from Salzburger Land Tourismus Company.
|Prices for the SL-Card||6 days||12 days|
|per adult||€ 80,00||€ 95,00|
|child 4-15,9 years||€ 40,00||€ 47,00|
The age at the start of the holiday period applies. The SalzburgerLand Card is free for the third child of a family between age 4 and 15,9 (also applies to single parents). Since many children up to the age of 4 usually have free admission anyway, the card is only available from the age of 4.
Included in your SalzburgerLand Card is further the 24-hour Salzburg-Card OR one free ride to the Großglockner! The day for your special experience you just can choose at short notice. Ab der ersten Nutzung in der Stadt Salzburg -ist eine Fahrt auf der Großglockner Hochalpenstraße nicht mehr möglich – und umgekehrt.
Mozart City Salzburg – just 75 km from Radstadt (50 minutes by car). Experience Salzburg for a day and visit the numerous attractions and sights within 24 hours free of charge.
The Hohensalzburg Fortress, the Mozart Museums, the Getreidegasse, Hellbrunn Palace & Trick Fountains or the Zoo Salzburg are just a few of the many places to visit and to experience.
Alternatively you can choose a free trip to the Großglockner High Alpine Road. Drive up to the highest mountain of Austria with 3.798 meters. The 48 km long road is an experience for young and old. Along the route there are 12 locations where you can experience museums, nature and panorama trails, exhibitions and more. It is 75 km from Radstadt to the starting point “Bruck an der Glocknerstraße”.
The new SalzburgerLand brochure will be available from approx. mid May.
The SalzburgerLand Card is valid from 1st May until 26th October and within this period, the card can be used for 6 or 12 consecutive days (depending on what you did buy). The opening hours of the service partners (attractions) can change, especially cable cars and open-air swimming pools, as operation here depends on the weather. Particularly during the off-peak periods (May an October), limited operation must be expected. Also with regard to Covid-19 regulations, please expect limited capacities in some cases. We recommend that you inform yourself about the current conditions before a visit.
Please check this yourself before your visit. If dogs are allowed or if there are extra costs, is handled quite differently. Sometimes it is also necessary for the dog to be muzzled. Please notice as well, that dogs principally must wear a muzzle on public transport.
In many gondola lifts, bikes can be taken along free of charge, but this is regulated differently by each mountain railway. To be on the safe side, always check directly with the respective mountain railway company in advance.
Unfortunately, there is no legal entitlement to reimbursement of costs in the event of illness or accident.