Gasthof Zum Bachwirt Hotel

GrazerstraBe 70, Bad Ischl, 4820, Austria
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Travel Tips for Bad Ischl

Ischl River

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This bridge on the north side of town takes you across one of the two rivers that passes through Bad Ischl. The River Ischl marks the boundary of the northern edge of town while the southern boundary is marked by . . .

Aristocratic Bad Ischl

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"The traditional imperial residence"

In the 19th century, Bad Ischl - a small provincial town in the Austrian Alps -became one of hotspots for aristocrats and the high society in the monarchy. Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth had received the Villa Eltz as a wedding gift from the young Emperor's parents, who went to Ischl because of its therapeutic cures and salt baths. The Villa was soon extended and renamed "Imperial Villa". From then on - until World War 1 - Bad Ischl was becoming a magnet for the rich and wealthy, international tourists (including royal sovereigns), artists, actors and actresses, writers and poets, and even politicians and doctors.
Nowadays, the small town is the most traditional in Austria. Its inhabitants still hold on to Ischl's imperial flair as they celebrate the Emperor's Birthday on August 18 each year. But there is a lot more to see, the natural surroundings and the mountains are simply spellbinding and worth a visit!

"Zauner's"

Bad Ischl's renowned patisserie. The candy were already sent to the Emperor's court. Nowadays a magnet for tourists and gourmets, especially when it rains.

"Sophie's Esplanade"

Ischl's little boulevard along the Traun river. A nice stroll past cafes, restaurants, hotels, the old museum and Zauner's cafe.

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