Saalfelden is a beautiful Austrian Alps city renowned for its rich culture, stunning landscape, and vibrant atmosphere.
Built in the 12th century, it is the capital of the Pinzgau region and the second-largest city in the federal state of Salzburg.
Saalfelden am Steinernen Meer is known for its pristine mountain lakes and trails, perfect for hiking and biking.
The "International Jazz and Blues Festival" is held in Saalfelden annually and attracts big names in the music industry.
Throughout the city, you'll find an abundance of museums, galleries, theatres, numerous churches, and historical sites.
Saalfelden is home to the world's largest sauna complex, the 'Blue Aquari,' with a temperature range of 85-113 degrees Celsius.
The 6,000m Skicircus Saalbach-Hinterglemm surrounds the city, boasting three nature reserves.
On the city's outskirts lies the renowned historic castle 'Schlossberghof,' constructed around the late 1500s.
The colorful city market, held every Saturday in Saalfelden, boasts authentic specialties from across Austria.
During winter, ski resorts across the city open their slopes to winter sports enthusiasts.
Polaggsaechsle, a regional sweet pastry made from apples, is the city's classic delicacy in most bakeries.