Zillertal & Wildschönau
The Roman Catholic parish church in honor of St. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist of St. John in Pongau is called because of their stately construction and the Pongau Cathedral, although the church was never a bishopric. It is one of the highlights of this small town in the Salzburger Land.
A lovable original, the narrow-gauge railway into the Zillertal. With great difficulty and financial difficulties, the railway was put into operation on 31.07.1902 to Mayrhofen. At this time, the railway owned two locomotives. The Zillertal Railway is 32 km long, leads on its partially double-track track on a gauge of 760 mm over 35 bridges past famous tourist resorts.
The Zillertal are a unique breed – resistant and adaptable, clever and economically skilled, creative at the same time and almost musically legendary. Mayrhofen combines all the forces and qualities that make up this valley.
The Kundler Klamm not only represents the connection between Inntal and the Wildschönau, but is also an impressive canyon landscape and a popular destination. The wildly romantic path leads over a lovely wooden bridge, under rocky outcrops and through smaller tunnels along the Wildschönauer Ache towards Wildschönau.
Historical flair and urban life in the fortified town of Kufstein: Colorful facades and loving details. The landmark of Kufstein sits majestically in the middle of the city. Historic flair at the green Inn surrounded by the Tyrolean mountains in the fortified town of Kufstein.