The most second popular holiday destination in Austria after Vienna. Around these two small towns there are many attractive attractions such as the famous lake and the Kitzsteinhorn glacier. There are also many hotels and restaurants catering to the needs of guests from the Middle East.
Lake Zell is a wonderful lake near Elizabeth Park and has many boats where many things can be discovered. The discovery is either on foot and enjoys spectacular views enjoyed by the Arab and foreign tourists who are the target of the place.
The lake has many stunning sights and offers the possibility of doing many things where you can swim in the Tamperants Lido which is a clean place. You can also enjoy a trip to the lake through boats or ferries that cut off the lake and are free with the summer flight card. The trip will be very interesting if you buy an electric boat for € 20 per hour, which can accommodate 2 people.
Many things can be done at the lake where you can swim, boating, windsurfing and surfing. Walk by the lake, which takes about three hours or cycling. There is a boat on a non-stop lake tour which provides information in German and English and the journey takes 40 minutes and is 12 euros.
At the entrance of the Zell am See you can enjoy the magnificent views from the top of the 2,000-meter-high Schmittenhöhe Mountain. The mountain attracts skiers and skiers from December to mid-April. You can enjoy a visit to the local mountain in the summer to the maximum. You can take the Zeller Bergbahn cable car to climb up and watch the panoramic views. The cable car lifts you from its valley base and takes you directly to the mountain hotel at an altitude of 2,000m. You can also choose to take a walking trip from the center of Zell to Köhlergrabn.
The City Museum in Vogt or Konstantrum Zell Am See is more than 1000 years old Vogt or Konstanturum in the center of Zell am See. Next to the church is the tower as the oldest building in the city, as builder, several noble families (including the lords of Penzago) in mind. In a major fire in 1770, the tower was affected, and the roof gates were used until 1850 to fire the weather. It was hoped that the thunder of the cannon would prevent the storms from rising.
The tower was acquired by the merchant Johann Kastner in 1798, and was later owned by the Kastner family for more than 100 years, where the name of Kastnertorm arose. After extensive renovation works, in 1984 the museum moved from Rosenberg Town Hall to Vogtorm and resumed operations. The main part of the four-story group is the local and regional history and culture of the capital of the Bienzgau district. There are very interesting objects for the area, such as a replica of the time for the peasant passengers and the usual flat boat shipping on the Zellerzi, issued.