There are over 40 restaurants in Zell am See itself, catering for all tastes from traditional Austrian, to Mediterranean and Oriental! Settings range from elaborate ambiance of the grander restaurants to the romance of a rustic mountain hut. Favourites include Giuseppe's for Italian, the Zum Caser for traditional Austrian and the aptly named "Pizzaman" for your favourite slice or two.
Apres-ski in Zell Am See is very good, with plenty of bars and very lively discos and nightclubs. Daisy's is a great place for meeting new people, with its live music and party games, as is B17. For clubbing however, Viva receives good recommendations.
There is plenty to do in Zell Am See, aside from skiing and snowboarding. Guests can try snow buggying at the Winterpark in Kaprun, ice-sailing, ice-dinghying, ice-surfing and snow kiting on the frozen Lake Zell, flood-lit tobogganing until almost midnight, horse-riding, sleigh and llama rides, snow-hiking, curling, caving 1600m below the surface in Europe's longest cave passage, paragliding, parachuting, aeroplane flights and gliding (either as sight-seeing, or with an instructor from the local airport!), tennis and squash, bowling, swimming and use of wellness and; beauty services at the local fitness and wellness centres. For a more cultural diversion, Guests can take a walk through the historic shopping streets of Zell Am See, with its Christmas Fair, tour the lake on the old slow train, view the open air art galleries, visit the Votters Vehicle Museum, or the local history museum and exhibitions at Hohenwartpark and Vogtturm Zell Am See. Or try checking out the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Bikeworld Leogang, and the Muhlauersage Adventure Sawmill for something different.
Last Updated: Jan 2010