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Useful things to know about Zell Am See
- Zell am See is located in the Kitzbuhel Alps located on the shores of Lake Zell
- Nearby Mount Schmittenhohe is a popular ski location
- The town of Zell am See is made up of five communities
- One of them, Eriberg, incorporates a beautiful lakeside nature reserve
- Lake Zell is a small lake having an area of just under two square miles
Zell Am See Mini Guide
Who Travels to Zell am See?
Zell am See is a very popular holiday destination in summer and winter. Skiing is the main activity in wintertime and the altitude of the resort ensures that there’s plenty of snow. In summer, travellers take advantage of the warm sunny days to hike or to see the scenery a less energetic way by taking one of the several cable car routes up onto the nearby peaks.
How do I get to Zell am See?
is your nearest airport to Zell am See. It’s around 45 minutes away and there’s a train from the airport to the resort if you don’t fancy the drive. You can hire a car at the airport or wait until you get to the resort. Salzburg Airport
is the destination of several budget airlines and it’s very cheap to fly there from the UK as several operators work the route.
What is There to See and Do in Zell am See?
You’ll find plenty to do in the town if you’re fit and healthy. The focus is definitely on outdoor life with several ski pistes nearby. Some can be reached by cable car from the town whilst others use ski lifts. In summer there’s even more to do – there are still some high level slopes skiable in summer whilst others don walking boots and hike the terrain, admiring the breath-taking views. Lake Zell also offers opportunities for sport and relaxation.