Finally spending time with your loved ones again and discovering new places. A vacation in the beautiful Ausseerland-Salzkammergut is varied and unique at the same time: the magnificent mountain world with the Tote Gebirge and the Loser. Crystal clear lakes such as the deep blue Altausseer See or the Grundlsee - the "Styrian Sea". And of course the traditions of Aussee, which made the region so special in the past as well as today.
To ensure safety during the most beautiful time of the year, all businesses in Ausseerland take Covid 19 protection measures very seriously. Accommodation, catering establishments as well as all providers of leisure activities precisely comply with the requirements of the Austrian Federal Government.
Good to know: This page is continuously updated and expanded. Subject to change without notice.
On 17.12.2021 Austria's gastronomy and hotels open their doors again.
With its usual hospitality, Ausseerland once again welcomes guests. All guidelines and current information for a safe coexistence can be read on the website of the Chamber of Commerce. All guests who want to visit opur region have either been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.
By following the proven protective measures, all guests contribute to a safe coexistence.
The Styrian hosts have prepared as well as possible for your vacation. Here you can find current information on the measures currently in force in the federal state of Styria.
At least two meters distance to persons who are not from the same household!
A mouth-nose protector should always be with you. Mouth and nose must be completely covered with the MNS.
Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water! Tip: Supplement hand hygiene by using a disinfectant.
When coughing or sneezing, cover mouth and nose with a handkerchief or sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm.
Avoid hand contacts such as shaking hands or hugs!
Hands can pick up viruses and transmit them through the mucous membranes in the mouth, nose and eyes.
If possible, pay bills by debit or credit card.
If symptoms or signs of illness are present, it is safest to stay home. If Corona is suspected, the following hotlines can help as a first point of contact:
Telephone health advice line 1450.
For specific symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or sudden loss of sense of smell or taste, call the health number 1450 for further action (diagnostic workup).
VKI hotline for questions regarding travel law: +43 800 201 211
For legal questions about trips that have already been booked (for example, whether a trip can be canceled free of charge), the Association for Consumer Information (VKI) provides advice. Inquiries are answered free of charge from Monday to Sunday in the time from 09:00 to 15:00 under the telephone number +43 800 201 211.
Hotline and website of the Chamber of Labor and the Austrian Trade Union Federation (ÖGB)
For questions regarding labor law, the Chamber of Labor and the ÖGB (Austrian Federation of Trade Unions) have set up the hotline +43 800 221 200 80. This can be reached from Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 19:00.
Further information on Job and Corona
Hotline of the Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber of Commerce answers questions on labor law, continued remuneration and international supply chains at +43 590 900 435 2.
Social Insurance Institution for the Self-Employed
The Social Insurance Institution for the Self-Employed provides information on contribution payments for businesses at +43 508 088 08. Contact hours are Monday through Thursday between 07:30 and 16:00 and on Friday from 07:30 to 14:00.
Hotline for extraordinary civilian service.
The Civilian Service Agency has set up a hotline for extraordinary civilian service at 0800 500 183.