Salzburg and the Salzkammergut region invite you to dream
Do you want to follow the traces of Empress Sissi or would you prefer to search for the “white gold” in the salt mine? On a bike tour in Salzkammergut and the province of Salzburg everything is possible and your tour can be arranged as you wish. Letting go is easy amid this idyllic, diverse landscape. Before arriving at your destination each day you cycle through mountain areas, meadows, woodland areas and lakeland areas. We are sure that you will find lots to rave about between the city of Salzburg and the many lakes and palaces in the Salzkammergut region.
Explore Salzkammergut's picturesque lake district by bike
Every day you can jump into another lake enjoying the cool water whilst recharging your batteries for the next day's bike ride – that is a perfect summary of a cycle tour in the Salzkammergut. In the heart of Austria with the Alps nearby you can easily forget the stress of day-to-day life. Dive into the world where the Emperor Franz Joseph and the eccentric Empress Sissi lived. Salzkammergut was a popular destination back then for locals and tourists just as it is today. In this very special region, you will keep falling in love with new things every day. Only once your bike tour is complete can you start contemplating whether Lake Hallstatt, Attersee, Wolfgangsee or Mondsee was your favourite lake – that's if you can make that tough decision!
The Salzkammergut region spoils you with its delicacies and hearty traditional meals
On a Eurobike tour in Salzkammergut, you get to know three of Austria’s ‘Bundesländer’ (counties): Salzburg, Upper Austria and Styria. The richness of this region is constantly mirrored in Salzkammergut’s diverse tradition of enjoyment.
Alongside the modern delicious cuisine, you will find endless traditional coffee houses. In Salzkammergut, coffee is being brewed just like it was hundreds of years ago. All pubs and coffee houses invite you to enjoy a leisurely break. In the evenings you are guaranteed to find some tasty food for dinner and something great for pudding too. How does roast pork sound for main and Salzburger Nockerl (a sweet dessert from Salzburg made from egg yolk, flour, sugar, salt, vanilla and milk) for pudding? Of course, these fine foods taste even better on a lakeside terrace looking towards the surrounding mountain peaks.