The WolfgangseeSchifffahrt is one of Salzburg AG Tourismus’s GmbH five treasures. This boat trip around the crystal-clear Wolfgangsee in the Salzkammergut gives you the chance to hop on and hop off spontaneously at seven stops. Among the beautiful places the boat calls at are the towns of Strobl, St. Wolfgang and St. Gilgen. The elegant art nouveau villas, the turquoise water, the noon bell of the famous pilgrimage church and the view of the surrounding mountains guarantee you an authentic Salzkammergut experience!
With its four modern passenger boats and a classic old-style vessel, the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt has the largest lake fleet in Austria. The WolfgangseeTicket allows you to get on and off once at each of the seven landing stages.
You can find the timetable for the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt online.
Free digital pocket guide
The new web app 5schaetze-reise.at is in the format of a digital treasure map and offers fascinating insights into the world of Salzburg AG Tourismus’s GmbH five treasures. The digital pocket guide includes an audio guide, impressive 360-degree panoramas, an interactive quiz, historical facts, fun trivia and much more, making it the ideal travel companion before you arrive and during your trip.
Our tip: Discover Salzburg AG Tourismus’s GmbH other treasures
Like the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt, the SchafbergBahn also guarantees you unique experiences in the Salzkammergut. And Mozart’s home city of Salzburg awaits you with unforgettable excursions that take you up above the rooftops as you experience the FestungsBahn funicular, the WasserSpiegel museum and the MönchsbergAufzug lift.
Arriving from Salzburg
Bus 150 runs directly from Salzburg railway station to St. Gilgen, on the shores of the Wolfgangsee. The “St. Gilgen” pier, which is on the WolfgangseeSchifffahrt route, is within walking distance of the bus station. The bus transfer is not included in the ÖBB Plus ticket price!