Hotel Weismayr

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Strasse 6, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, 5640, Austria
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
8%
3
Very Good
20%
7
Average
31%
11
Poor
25%
9
Terrible
14%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 29% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples54
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Daytrips from Salzburg.

by Maurizioago

Are there some interesting places I could visit easily reachable from Salzburg. I'll have to rely on public transportation; buses or trains.

Thanks!

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by a5floor

Hi,

Maybe you should check this site for daytrips:

http://www.visit-salzburg.net/. Click on the chapter surroundings.

http://www.hostelsalzburg.com/cityinfo/transport.php/ChosenCity.Salzburg/ChosenCountry.Austria?PHPSESSID=0198d65da0b475c5a222d44c1b5517e8

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/austria/salzburg/transport/getting-there-away

Have fun in Austria!

Janka

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by a.lena

I suggest first of all to read the tips in the Bundesland Salzburg travel guide here on VT. Another source for ideas is this website:
http://www.top7.at/it.htm

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by Maurizioago

Thanks!...Grazie!

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by Manara

If you want to see beautiful mountains and waterfalls I have a special liking for Bad Gastein. It was a favourite holiday resort for aristocrats and even royals. Empress Sissi spent some holidays there.
I have spent two summer holidays in Bad gastein and I did one-day trips to Salzburg by train, so you can do the opposite. Bad Gastein is on the train line between Salzburg and Villach and trains are rather frequent.
If you search Bad Gastein here on VT, it is in the database as one word: Badgastein.

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by jamesfmunro

You can take the bus across the German border to Berchtesgaden.

www.berchtegaden.de

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by jamesfmunro

You can take the bus across the German border to Berchtesgaden.

www.berchtesgaden.de

Re: Daytrips from Salzburg.

by jamesfmunro

sorry - first response had a typo in the url

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Nice Shops, but Really Crowded before Xmas

by miketrudeau

Salzburg was full of beautiful stores to browse through. Many of them were extremely expensive, so browsing was all we did! It was just a couple of days before Christmas, so things were very very busy. I bought a nice ring for Alli from a street vendor.

Hohensalzburg Fortress
......

by minchanka

Hohensalzburg Fortress
... Then we remembered that from the train window we saw a fortress on a hill, when we were closing to the city. “We shouldn’t miss it.” Our feet were turned to the fortress direction. Thankfully to its location, the Hohensalzburg Fortress is visible almost from every point in the city, so it is not difficult to get there. Ten minutes of climbing up to the hill (there is also an electrical lift), and we were at the entrance to city’s landmark and the largest preserved fortress in the Central Europe. Audio guided tour took approximately 45 minutes, and to the end of it we had learned some essential info about the fortress life. (audio tours are available in English, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and French languages).
Opening ours:
April/October/November 9.00-16.30
May/June/September 9.00-17.00
July/August 9.00-18.00 One of the most spectacular views of the Salzburg you can see from the Fortress’ watching tower. The whole city lies peacefully in front of your eyes, devided by Salzach river on two parts; mist comes down along the river; domes of churches arising above the city’s roofs; trees, colors, sounds… Lovely!

Wander around the city and see...

by marzz3

Wander around the city and see as much as you can! There's shopping on Getreidegasse (Salzburg’s most attractive and most visited shopping street right in the heart of the shopping area in the old town) and Mozart's Birthplace The high and narrow houses are sandwiched tightly together with quaint little shops beneath displaying wrought iron guilded signs to entice you inside to buy. There are all the traditional Austrian wares. The Mozart chocolate balls are good!?!?!. PETERSFRIEDHOF (St.Peters's Cemetary)is quite unique. And Mozartplatz (Mozart Square) dominated by the statue of Mozart by Ludwig Schwanthaler, ceremoniously unveiled on September 5, 1842 in the presence of Mozart's sons. Mozart's widow, Constanze von Nissen, did not live to see the unveiling. She died on March 6th of the same year in the house at Mozartplatz 8

Die alte f.e.Hofapotheke

by globetrott

This is the old Pharmacy also delivering to the court of Salzburg's "Fürst Erzbischof"

so this is what " f.e. " stands for in the inscription For a very long time a "Fürst-Erzbischof" was the regent of Salzburg in a combination of Archibishop AND Prince

Visiting Christian Churches

by aliante1981

Christian churches - be they Protestant, Orthodox, or Catholic - are a vital part of Europe’s cultural, artistic, architectural, and religious heritage, and as such you are likely (and I really recommend doing this:)) ) to visit many of them. However, most of them are even today not only major tourist attractions, but also religious sites where people come to pray. This is something to be respected, and here are several pieces of advice I would like to give that might help avoid ill-feeling:

- Dress modestly, covering shoulders and most part of the legs (women in Orthodox churches might be requested to put on something to cover the head);

- Do not speak loudly - all the descriptions are better either read in silence or given outside;

- Try not to walk too much during the service;

- Avoid using flash in your camera near people you see praying;

- Respect notes that forbid entrance to some parts of the church that are designated as ‘for prayer only’.

Following these simple guidelines helped me when I visited, I guess, more than 1000 churches up to date:)))

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 Hotel Weismayr

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Weismayr Hotel Bad Gastein

Address: Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Strasse 6, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, 5640, Austria