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Press Information

In this area you will find general information about Salzwelten GmbH and their locations in Hallstatt, Salzburg and Altaussee, photos for downloading and press releases. For filming permits and commercial photography, please contact the press contact directly.

About Salzwelten GmbH

In 2005, Salzwelten GmbH was established as a subsidiary company of Salinen Austria AG. It is responsible for the operation and marketing of the show mines in Salzburg, Hallstatt and Altaussee.

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Salzwelten Salzburg

With around 211,000 visitors in 2019, Salzwelten Salzburg represents the biggest mine attraction in the corporate group and one of the most popular excursion destinations in the Salzburg region. The Salzwelten Salzburg also includes the Celtic village SALINA with the "Salt Manufactory".

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Skywalk "Welterbeblick" | © ©Salzwelten ©Salzwelten
Skywalk "Welterbeblick"

Salzwelten Hallstatt

The Hallstatt Salt Mine with the Skywalk "World Heritage View" vantage point offer insights into the oldest salt mine in the world. The Hallstatt high valley with its burial ground is not only eponymous for an era but also the oldest still active industrial landscape in the world.

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Salzwelten Altaussee

In Austria’s biggest active salt mine, approximately 400,000 tons of salt are produced annually. During the Second World War, the tunnels served as a bomb-proof art deposit for the National Socialists.

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About Salzwelten GmbH

In 2005, Salzwelten GmbH was established as a subsidiary company of Salinen Austria AG. It is responsible for the operation and marketing of the show mines in Salzburg, Hallstatt and Altaussee.

read more

Salzwelten Salzburg

With around 211,000 visitors in 2019, Salzwelten Salzburg represents the biggest mine attraction in the corporate group and one of the most popular excursion destinations in the Salzburg region. The Salzwelten Salzburg also includes the Celtic village SALINA with the "Salt Manufactory".

read more
Skywalk "Welterbeblick" | © ©Salzwelten ©Salzwelten
Skywalk "Welterbeblick"

Salzwelten Hallstatt

The Hallstatt Salt Mine with the Skywalk "World Heritage View" vantage point offer insights into the oldest salt mine in the world. The Hallstatt high valley with its burial ground is not only eponymous for an era but also the oldest still active industrial landscape in the world.

read more

Salzwelten Altaussee

In Austria’s biggest active salt mine, approximately 400,000 tons of salt are produced annually. During the Second World War, the tunnels served as a bomb-proof art deposit for the National Socialists.

read more

Press Contact

Mag. Harald Pernkopf
+43 6132 200 2489
Salzbergstraße 21
4830 Hallstatt

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Legal Notice

The downloadable photos on this page have been made available by Salzwelten GmbH for editorial purposes within the framework of journalistic reporting about Salzwelten GmbH. Any other use, in particular for commercial and/or advertising purposes, requires advanced written consent. The copyright and exploitation rights for these photos are the property of Salzwelten GmbH. Photos which are used for the aforementioned purposes must also display the copyright notice “© Salzwelten” or the copyright notice associated with the photo in question. Graphic alterations of the photos are not permitted. If photos are published in print media, sample copy is requested to: Salzwelten GmbH, c/o Harald Pernkopf, Salzbergstraße 21, 4830 Hallstatt.


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.