Hoteldorf Gruener Baum

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Koetschachtal 25, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, 5640, Austria
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Travelling from and to Salzburg and around

by milkach

We are travelling to Bad Gastein in mid October - two people, age 60 and would like to know if we can move around without renting a car. What are the options? and are they expensive?
Thanks
Milka

Re: Travelling from and to Salzburg and around

by leics

Austrian trains are safe, comfortable and (imo) very reasonably priced.

You will be able to find train times, details and fares in English from Salzburg here:

http://www.oebb.at/en/index.jsp (the Austrian railway website)

Bad Gastein (two words) has a station, so you will be able to use the train to explore. For example, Salzburg is around 1.5 hours away, one-way fare around 17.60 euro.

Re: Travelling from and to Salzburg and around

by globetrott

once that you arrive in Bad Gastein you will realize that the town is built into a mountain and you will not find a wide area of flat walking except for about 300m in the very centre.
Horse-carriages are available,renting a car is absolutely not necessary !

Re: Travelling from and to Salzburg and around

by melan_milka

Thank you very much. It will indeed help us to plan our trip

Re: Travelling from and to Salzburg and around

by melan_milka

Thank you very much. It will indeed help us to plan our trip

Travel Tips for Badgastein

Gasteinertal

by Roeffie

I can't speak of a fondest memory, more memorable memory. At the time we were in Austria there was very bad weather in the first days of our holiday. Several roads were difficult to drive on. River Salzach was almost flooding and in Mittersill the town really flooded.

On our way to Badgastein the road was full of mud that came down the mountain. They cleaned the road for the traffic coming into the valley.

A house was almost thorn down by the mudstream. I was very impressed by this force of nature.

The second photo is of the river Salzach, which is not in Gasteinertal but going past it. It was responsible for flooding Mittersill.

St. Preims kirche (Parish Church )

by Tolik

There are 3 churches in Bad Gastein. St. Preims kirche (Parish Church ) the 19th century with Adelahrt Altar, 'Schmerzensmann von Guggenbichler', the precious rock-crystal ostensorium is 5 min. walk down from the waterfall.

Sights in Gstein Valley

by Tolik

Sights in Böckstein: Our favorite Maria zum Guten Rat Pilgrimage Church (constructed from 1764 - 67, the most important early Classical work in the SalzburgerLand). In this beautiful church the domed ceilings has frescoes depicting group of miners.

Altböckstein Montane Museum and the Altböckstein Montane Settlement (Medieval mining community).
The 14th century Paris Church in Dorfgastein has been partly remodeled in Baroque style. The Pfarfkirche in Bad Hofgastein is late Gothic Parish Church dating from the late 15th century, but it has a fine Baroque altar.
Mystery Church near Klammstein (in the natural cave, see the Gastein Valley above). It is one of the most important caves of Hohe Tauern and the largest of the Salzburger Central Alps (guided tours Tue – Sun 100 ATS).

A Walk into the Natural Park

by Manara

The walk into the Kötschachtal is rather long but easy, in a beautiful, scenic landscape. The footpath from Grüner Baum to Prossau follows the course of the Kötschachbach through meadows and woods. Part of it is inside the area of the Hohe Tauern Natural Park. The destination is the Gasthof Prossau, where a good meal can add further pleasure to the walk. I said it is an easy walk not only because it is on a wide gravel path, but also because the difference of level between the starting point and the destination is only 210 metres, over a distance of 8 km, so there are no steep ascents requiring great efforts.

More about Klamm Cave

by Tolik

It is one of the largest stalagmite caves in the Central Alps.

Access: From the Klammstein parking lot facilities a footpath with a nature trail leads to the cave entrance behind the waterfall (40-minute walk; open 11 - 15 Tue - Sun, in July - August 10 - 17).

Guided visit lasts 50 minutes, the cave temperature 6 degrees Celsius. See more cave's pictures in my Travelogue...

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Address: Koetschachtal 25, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, 5640, Austria