Situated near the Altaussee about 6km north of Bad Aussee, this is still a working salt mine and was the secret hiding place of art...
Five kilometres northeast of Bad Aussee, Grundlsee has a good lookout at its western end as well as water sports (including a sailing...
A picturesque 10km hiking trail, the Koppentalweg runs west through the lush Traun River valley, connecting via the Koppenbrüllerhöhlen...
Small wine bar with a great selection of wine and a mixed antipasto (about €7).
The favoured place in town for coffee and cake or a postwork tipple on the terrace alongside the Kurpark.
Lonely Planet review
Kammerhof Museum, housed in a beautiful 17th-century building, covers local history and salt production. There are also some portraits of Anna Plöchl, the local postmaster’s daughter who scandalously married a Habsburg prince. All explanations are in German but there’s an English sheet available.