See and Marvel: Sightseeing in Gastein

Gastein is all about variety. And that's reflected clearly in the many different sightseeing attractions the Gastein Valley has to offer.

Gastein Valley is famous for its top-quality sporting highlights, romantic alpine scenery and charming villages. But also our various excursion destinations and sightseeing attractions are definitely worth more than a fleeting glance. For example, take a history walk back to the days of long ago, enjoy a taste-test at a local distillery, or pay a visit to the Gastein Museum. Explore the ruins of Klammstein Castle, or peek over the farmers' shoulders as they demonstrate how to make bread and cheese. The mysterious "Entrische Kirche" near Klammstein is one of the most important caves in the Hohe Tauern region, while Miners' World in Angertal and the Altböckstein Mining Museum are both fascinating excursion opportunities. If you have a head for heights, the suspension footbridge on the Stubnerkogel might well be for you, while the power station in Sportgastein lends itself perfectly for a family outing.

Here you will find an overview of the most popular sightseeing attractions in Gastein:

Wanderer auf der Hängebrücke - Stubnerkogel Bad Gastein

Footbridge on the Stubnerkogel in Bad Gastein.

Schaukäsen auf der Strohlehenalm in Dorfgastein

Learn how cheese is made. Includes a cheese tasting.

Brotbacken auf der Amoseralm

How do you make fresh bread? Learn how in Gastein.