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Current Corona Safety Measures


Due to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, effective immediately and until further notice, visitors to all Salzwelten locations are subject to statutory behavioral and hygiene regulations. In this regard, we have taken this opportunity to provide answers to some of your most important questions. (Subject to change).

What safety regulations must we comply with while we visit the salt mines? 

  • Compulsory registration and presentation of a test result / vaccination certificate / confirmation of a Covid disease (For children up to ten years of age, the test result of the parents or a legal guardian applies, from the age of ten children need their own test result.)
  • Validity of tests: Self-test with digital solution 24 hours, antigen test 48 hours, PCR test 72 hours
  • Wear an FFP2 mask
  • Keep a distance of at least 2 m
  • Disinfect your hands

Do I have to wear a face mask during the entire visit? 
The mask requirement applies to all indoor areas of all Salzwelten locations and also outdoors if the 2 m distance cannot be maintained.

Who has to wear a face mask?
All of our tour employees as well as guests ages six and up must wear a face mask.

Where can I disinfect my hands? 
Disinfectant dispensers have been installed in the entrance area of all locations for the use of our visitors.

Here you can download the registration form in advance to print it out yourself. Of course, you can also fill out the form on site.

SALZWELTEN SALZBURG Experience 2600 years of salt history with your entire being

With every step you take, earth and stone crunches beneath your soles. You see the cloud of your breath in the light cast by the lamps. Above you, next to you: solid rock. How must those Celtic miners have felt here, deep within the mountain, 2600 years ago? Suddenly, the tunnel widens. In the red glow of countless salt lanterns, a subterranean lake shimmers at your feet. It is hard to imagine that all of what you see here was once deep below water.  Eons ago, a primordial sea, which we know thank for the salt– the essence of life – which we have today.


Easy arrival: The Salzburg salt mine is located approx. 30 km from the capital of Salzburg in Hallein. Here you can find a map to find us easily.

Parking area: Free parking is available at the entrance to the mine.

  • Salzwelten Salzburg
    Ramsaustraße 3
    5422 Bad Dürrnberg | Österreich

The team at Salzburg salt mine is always happy to answer your questions.

Salzwelten Destination Guide & Audio Guide

Hier können Sie sich Ihren Audioguide für die Salzwelten herunterladen. Es sind die Standorte Hallein, Hallstatt und Altaussee auf dieser App zusammengefasst.