Coronavirus – Travel infos
Prior to departure we heartly recommend you to always consult local media, online as well as the national press about the current travel dispositions. All current information at a glance you can find here.
Accommodations can welcome guests, again.
Since ever, each of Kaltern’s accommodation facilities put the health and safety of both its guests and staff first. After a careful consideration of the current safety regulations, Hotels in Kaltern have developed their own safety protocol in order to offer you - even in this particular situation - an unforgettable stay.
Bathing facilities – Lake & swimming pools
The public swimming pool as well as the other private accesses to lake Kaltern are open for our guests.
Indoor swimming pools and sauna and wellness areas are open and may only be accessed by holders of a Green Pass.
Changing rooms and showers in sport centres, at swimming pools, and in spa centres may be used by holders of a Green Pass.
Bars and restaurants can stay open in line with their normal hours of operation.
The indoor areas may only be accessed by holders of a Green Pass.
Patrons in the outdoor areas of bars and restaurants do not require a Green Pass.
Table reservations are not mandatory but are recommended.
Public means of transport – Buses, funicular and trains
On public means of transport it is mandatory to wear a mask.
Only 80% of the designated seats and standing room on trains and buses may be used.
Shops & museums
Visiting cinemas, theatres, and concert halls as well as talks and lectures is possible for holders of a Green Pass; advance booking is mandatory.
Shops are open again as well. However, there are restrictions on the number of customers staying inside the shop contemporary.