Gruner Anger

Lahn 10, Hallstatt, A-4830, Austria
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Lovely walkable streetsLovely walkable streets

Dachstein ice caveDachstein ice cave

Hallstatt in Spring 2010Hallstatt in Spring 2010

Lovely trip across the lake....Lovely trip across the lake....

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Hallstatt/Dachstein Ice Cave/Salzburg-Grossglockner High Alpine Road

by hsiang

Hi,need help as planning for our trip to Austria in end April to early May next year.
From Hallstatt to Dachstein Ice Cave - checked a few websites, but I can't find what is the transport mode from Hallstatt to Dachstein. Is it very nearby? Will it be possbile to visit in the morning from Hallstatt and get back to Hallstatt by noon? Plan to catch about 12:30 train to Salzburg.
Is there any website I may refer to about taking public coach from Salzburg to Grossglockner High Alpine Road? Is it possible to do it in 1 day from Salzburg?
Thank you~

Re: Hallstatt/Dachstein Ice Cave/Salzburg-Grossglockner High Alpine Road

by GrumpyDiver

Are you even sure that the road is open at that time of year. My guess is that it might not be, depending on the snow accumulations over the winter. That could be the reason you can't find anything - there may not be anything until a bit later in the season.

Re: Hallstatt/Dachstein Ice Cave/Salzburg-Grossglockner High Alpine Road

by globetrott

early May the road might still be closed, that is different each year and hard to predict.

Re: Hallstatt/Dachstein Ice Cave/Salzburg-Grossglockner High Alpine Road

by ramot418

Don't know anything about public transport between the two, as I had a car. However, I remember that Dachstein is about 10 km from Halstatt. In the summer, the first tour of the cave was at about 9:00-9:30 and takes about an hour, so if you take it, you can't count on leaving much before 11:00. The answer to your question depends on the public transport schedule: (1) Is there a bus leaving early enough to catch the first tour? and (2) Is there an appropriate bus back to Halstatt in time to catch your train.

Travel Tips for Hallstatt

Giant Chess...

by imran8852

There is a museum nearby and you could visit it. I like the place where there’s a big ground for Chess…maybe it’s much easier to play the chess in winter because it will glide easily. The scenery, The Lake & the weather!

Parking in Hallstatt

by coccinella169

It is not allowed to enter the centre of Hallstatt by car, it is a pedestrian zone. There are parking lots outside the centre where you can park your car. At the first parking lot on the right when coming from Bad Aussee it is possible to park for free, but it is maybe a 15-20 min walk away from the centre. At the other, more central parking lots, they charge about EUR 4,50 - for this fee you can leave your car there the whole day. If you come after 2 p.m. you pay only EUR 3. There is a short term parking zone a bit closer to the centre as well (right in front where the ships depart), but there is only space for about 4 or 5 cars and you have to leave after 30 minutes.

Simply Hallstatt

by seamandrew

Probably Hallstatt's most unique quality is it's simplicity. This town has been sitting here on the edge of the Hallstaettersee for centuries and it really seems like it hasn't changed much since then. Well okay, you didn't see automobiles back then, but you catch my drift!

I truly hope that this richly cultural site remains as genuine for centuries to come. Places like this are so rare in our ever changing world. Standing just north of the town, you look back south towards Hallstatt and the foot hills of the Dachstein mountain chain and you can't help but feel about 1 cm tall. It is quite an impressive place for all visitors alike.

LITTLE AND NARROW STREETS

by Laurike

This town has really nice streets and very nice plants and flowers.
Most of all i was surprized with so cleanliness in the all tiwn.. It seems like all Austria is very clean. Fondest memory - i'll call it - mountain town.. the view, it's enough to close my eyes, and i see it. !!

Main square

by acemj

Though Hallstatt is for the most part a sleepy village, it does have a main square with some restaurants, hotels and a simple, but charming little fountain in the center. If there is a main congregating place is town, this is it. After dark, this is the best place to find what little nightlife there is in Hallstatt in the form of some drinking at the bars.

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Address: Lahn 10, Hallstatt, A-4830, Austria