Holidays in Piesendorf Niedernsill and the surrounding area mean rich nature, mountains, lakes and glaciers, but also unique cultural sights - the beauty lies in the many stories. Immerse yourself in the stories that are often hidden behind thick walls and get to know the historical and cultural side!
The Roman Catholic parish church is dedicated to St. Lawrence. The church is believed to have been founded in the High Middle Ages.
The Roman Catholic parish church is dedicated to St. Luzia. Its Gothic predecessor is mentioned in an indulgence of 1409.
Former sacristy of the parish church of Piesendorf. During the restoration late Gothic murals were discovered in the chapel of St. Michael.
The chapel at Naglköpfl houses 4 typical peasant saints - St. Ambrose, St. Joseph, St. Leonhard and St. Hubertus.
The simple baroque hall church has a polygonal choir in the east. The baroque interior dates from 1757.
The baroque church is dedicated to St. Leonhard. The wooden chapel was replaced by a brick church in the 16th century.
An experience for the whole family! The new Felberturm Museum brings the history of the mule trade to life.
It towers majestically over Kaprun! Experience a journey back to the Middle Ages on a tour of the castle.
One of Austria's most beautiful castles and an airy experience awaits you at the over 900-year-old castle in Werfen.
The pilgrimage church of Maria Kirchental, also known as the Pinzgau Cathedral, is one of the most important pilgrimage sites.
The landmark of the city of Mozart sits high on the fortress hill above the rooftops of the baroque old town.
The cathedral is the heart of Salzburg and dominates the cityscape with its mighty dome and two towers.
The oldest monastery in the German-speaking world, the Archabbey has an unbroken history in the heart of the old town.
Impressive landmark - people have been visiting the fortress for over 800 years. Well, in the early centuries by pretty good armies...