You ask – we answer
Our editorial department repeatedly receive inquiries about these topics for an unforgettable holiday in the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut. From these numerous phone calls and e-mails, we have listed below the most important questions for you. This will give you a quick and easy answer to your request.
When does Hallstatt open?
The town Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut is not an open-air museum, but a place of residence with about 750 inhabitants. So there are no opening hours. Hallstatt is always in season.
Where can I store luggage?
Your luggage can currently be stored at the valley station of the Salzberg cable car. More...
Lost & Found
You lost something during your visit to Hallstatt and do not know whom to contact? The friendly staff at the Hallstatt Lost and Found Office will gladly deal with your request. They can be reached at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not forget to provide all relevant data.
Where can I park in Hallstatt?
For visitors arriving by car there are two large paid car parks: P1 & P2. More detailed information on the subject "Parking in Hallstatt" can be found here ...
Can I drive into the centre by car?
No, unfortunately this is not possible. The centre is closed off with two barriers. An access to the apartments and hotels in the centre is unfortunately not possible. A shuttle bus will take guests, who have booked accommodation in the centre from the P1 car park to their accommodation. More about "Hotelticket" can be found here ...
May I fly my drone?
In general, drones are not a welcome sight in Hallstatt, as they repeatedly invade the privacy of the inhabitants. Please try to abstain from using drones to take aerial photos. As an alternative, we recommend taking a dreamlike photo from the Hallstatt Skywalk. A fantastic view!
Where can I get the latest information?
On our Twitter channel at www.twitter.com/visithallstatt you will always receive the latest news on road conditions, avalanche closures, as well as current event tips and more. Of course bilingual: German English. Take a look.