Traklsteg is a state-maintained toll bridge in Salzburg, Austria, located near the mouth of the Saalach River. The bridge is one of the most spectacular engineering feats of its kind and is one of the few bridges in the world to span two countries. The bridge is made up of two curved 18th-century archways, one on either side of the Saalach. The Austrian side offers beautiful views of Salzburg and the nearby Untersberg Mountains, while the Bavarian side offers views of the Bavarian Alps. The bridge is also famous for its historic significance as it served as a gateway to trade between Salzburg and Bavaria. The Traklsteg is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, offering access to many of Salzburg’s popular attractions and natural beauty.