Events around Lake Hallstatt -

“Prehistoric Expedition” through the oldest salt mine of the world

Date: Thu, Jul. 8, 2021
Time: 13:00 — 17:00
Location:  Salzberg , 4830 Hallstatt
Every Tuesday and Thursday 1 pm from July to August 2020. Duration of tour: approx. 4 hours. Reservations required

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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.

Registration
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.

Test Stations on Holiday

Dear readers, for cable cars and sights around Lake Hallstatt and the Gosau Valley, the rules applies: Vaccinated. Tested. Recovered. We have summarised for you below, the most important testing opportunities in Hallstatt, Bad Goisern, the Gosau Valley, Obertraun and Bad Ischl. Please register online or by phone.

Test Stations for Bad Goisern

  • Bad Goisern on Lake Hallstatt
    harmacy in the “Baumhaus”
    on the Salzkammergut B145 main road near the Spar supermarket

    Test times

    Monday - Friday
    8:00 - 12:00 hrs.
    14:00 p.m. - 18:00 hrs.
    Saturday
    8:00 - 12:00 hrs.
    By appointment only, by phone or via the homepage of the “Baumhaus” pharmacy in Bad Goisern


Test Stations for Gosau

  • Contact
    Klaus Kritzinger
    Doctor MD
    Vordertalstrasse 32
    4824 Gosau
    Austria
    Phone: +43 (0) 6135 82 15
  • Office hours
    Klaus Kritzinger
    Doctor M.D
    Monday - Wensday
    13:00 hrs.– 15:00 hrs.
    Friday
    12:00 hrs. – 14:00 hrs.

Testen in Hallstatt und Obertraun

Test Stations for Hallstatt and Obertraun

  • Sonja Gapp
    Doctor’s Practice Hallstatt / Obertraun
    Consultation hours Praxis Hallstatt
    Monday
    09:00 – 12:00 hrs.
    Tuesday
    09:00 – 12:00 hrs.
    Wednesday
    17:00 – 19:00 hrs.
    Friday
    09:00 – 12:00 hrs.
  • Subject to changes

Test Stations for Bad Ischl

Important information about the openings on May 19th

3G applies to all tourism businesses: guests have access if they have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.
In order to avoid waiting times, please come to the catering trade already tested.
(No test requirement in retail and when picking up in restaurants because less than 15 minutes)

Upper Austria Tourism: www.oberoesterreich.at/service/aktuelle-information.html
Opening rules WKO: www.sichere-gastfreundschaft.at/#lp-pom-block-2481

Valid tests:
1. Negative PCR test (valid for 3 days)
2. Negative antigen test from test street, pharmacy, etc. (valid for 2 days)
3. Negative controlled self-test (valid for 2 days)
4. School tests for access also apply to children

5. New from 19.5. Recognition of living room tests using a QR code (valid for 1 day): In addition to the five test kits per person from the pharmacy to date, every household will receive a pack of 20 test kits per month including QR codes from May 18th. Take a picture of the QR code and your negative test result. The confirmation will be sent by email or SMS. This is recognized as an entry test for 24 hours.

Vaccination: Proof by means of a vaccination certificate, vaccination card or printout. Valid from the 22nd day after the first vaccination.
Recovery: separation notice (up to 6 months after recovery), antibody test (up to 3 months nG)

Tests for domestic and foreign guests

  • Please arrive with a test in your pocket (for foreign guests a corresponding test certificate is required when crossing the border)
  • Rapid antigen tests can be carried out in public test stations (valid for 48 hours; also for foreign guests without an Austrian e-card)
  • Self-test under supervision in the municipalities (valid for 48 hours; also for foreign guests without an Austrian e-card)
  • Self-tests and living room tests with QR code or official registration (valid for 24 hours; attention: this test does not apply to border crossings) - Austrian guests, including those from other federal states, can bring these tests with them from home and also use them on vacation. They apply throughout Austria.
  • Please note: rapid antigen tests in pharmacies are only available for Austrians with an e-card (valid for 48 hours)
  • Point of sale tests are an "emergency solution" for companies to test guests who cannot show a negative COVID-19 test (valid only in this one company)

 6 free test centers

  • Kongresshaus: daily 8:00 -12: 30 & 13:00 16:45.
  • Hospital: Mon-Fri: 6-7: 45 a.m. and 4-7: 45 p.m., Sat. + Sun .: 9:00 – 14:45
  • Rathaus (Pfarrgasse 11, 2nd courtyard): Mon, Wed, Fri from 10:00 to 13:00. and 17:00 to 19:00, registration information will follow.
  • Spa pharmacy , Tel. 0800-220 330
  • Marien-Apotheke , Tel. +43 (0) 6132 26 929
  • Esplanande pharmacy : +43 (0) 06132 234270
  • Registration for free testing at:
    Online https://ooe.oesterreich-testet.at
    Telephone: 0800-220 330 ( 7 a.m.-10 p.m.)
  • You will receive the test result after approx. 25-30 minutes.
    Without registration, there may be waiting times.
  • Contact
    Trinkhalle Bad Ischl
    Corona Test Station

    Auböckplatz 5
    4820 Bad Ischl
    Austria
    Phone: +43 (0) 732-7720-0
    Impfhotline: 0800-555 621
  • Trinkhalle Bad IschL
    Corona Test Station
    Test times

    Monday - Saturday
    08:00 - 17:00 hrs.
    Sunday and Holiday closed.
  • Subject to changes!

Please note

Due to the current situation, changes can occur at any time.
We look forward to your visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut and wish you a relaxing and restful holiday. See you in the heart of Austria.

Your editorial team.

7,000 years of salt mining

Get ready for a unique journey to ancient times: good physical condition, sturdy shoes and warm clothing are essential The unique and exclusive prehistoric expeditions bring you in small groups, and away from visitors trails, deep into the heart of the mountain. An expert guides you on this several-hour tour of the ancient history of the Hallstatt salt mine. Here, where it all began, you will become a researcher.

Equipped with protective clothing, helmet and lamp discover traces and relics from 7,000 years of salt mining, such as the famous Hallstatt hearts, kindling torches or the findspot of the world´s oldest wooden staircase. Here you will grasp history like never before. If you want to belong to the expedition team, you should have a good physical condition, wear sturdy shoes and warm clothing.

Events

Thu, Jul. 8, 2021 Ssalt mine (Salzwelten) Hallstatt, Salzbergstraße 1 Hallstatt

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Sep. 18 - 19, 2021 10:00 — 17:00 Salzberg , Hallstatt

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Hallstatt - Small village with a great history

The picturesque village on the lake with the same name owes its existence to the rich salt deposit of salt in the mountain of Hallstatt. 7000 years ago, as the prehistoric humans from Hallstatt began to take the salt from the salt mine who would of guessed, that this little village would give its name to a period in history – the Hallstatt period (800-400 BC). Rich findings in Hallstatt and the upper valley of Hallstatt gave this village international recognition; even today discoveries are still made in the salt mountain of Hallstatt.  Among the most beautiful places of interest are the oldest salt mine in the world and the ossuary in Hallstatt, a romantic boat ride on Lake Hallstatt, a trip to the breathtaking cave world in Obertraun and a visit to the Lake Gosau with the mighty Dachstein glacier. Additionally, Bad Goisern is popular in the summer with hikers and bikers. In winter guests are lured in by the ski areas of Dachstein West in Gosau and the Ski and Freeride Arena in neighboring Obertraun with perfect slope conditions. We wish you an unforgettable holiday in Hallstatt!

 

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