Romantik Hotel Zell am See

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Sebastian Horl Strasse 11, Zell am See, Salzburg, 5700, Austria
Romantik Hotel Zell am See
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Forum Posts

Need a bike

by ssccnn

Hello, I am going to Salzburg for a month. Can someone tell me if is is possible to buy a second hand bike there on a reasonable price.
Thanks in advance!

Re: Need a bike

by lynnehamman

For any cycling information in Europe- you should email our member NEMORINO (Don) (famous for his love & knowledge of cycling)

Here is the link to his home page: (copy & paste into url)

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Castle on the Hill

by upesnlwc

When in Salzburg, be sure to visit the castle on the hill that over looks the old section of the city. The cost is about $2.00 to take the trolly to the top (definitly reccomended), and the tour is approximately $8.00. The tour is self guided which is great for someone like myself who takes forever to look at interesting architecture and paintings, and also great for people who want to skip certain sections. The climax of the tour is a panoramic view from the top of the castle over all of Salzburg. The alps are in view, and the city is beautiful underneath you. Hohensalzburg Fortress, built in 1077 by Archbishop Gebhard, considerably enlarged by Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach (1495-1519), largest, fully-preserved fortress in central Europe. The medieval princes' apartments and the Fortress Museum are of particular interest. Since 1892 the fortress can easily be reached by funicular railway departing from the Festungsgasse.

The more than 900-year-old citadel dates back to the investiture controversy between emperor and pope over the right to appoint the bishop. As a faithful servant of the pope, Archbishop Gerhard von Salzburg had the strongholds of Hohensalzburg, Hohenwerfen and Friesach built on his sovereign territory in 1077. Expansion of Gebhart's fortifications were temporarily completed under Konrad I (1160 - 1147).


by Tolik

visit FESTUNG HOHENSALZBURG (Salzburg Fortress). Built between 1077 and 1681, it is the largest completly preserved castle in Europe. To view the splendid rooms inside, you should take one of the castle's tours, which wind through Gothic state rooms, torture chambers and finish at an impregnable watchtower (more about it in my Travelogue).

Schloss Mirabell and its garden

by Cool-123

This palace in Mirabellgarten was built by the worldly prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich for his mistress, Salome Alt, in 1606. Its attractive gardens were featured in "The Sound of Music", and this is a great place to relax.


by WrigleyTodd

Just outside the old town, along the river, you'll find adjacent to a church the Augustinerbrau beer hall. Featuring beer brewed by monks and a great outdoor beer garden, this is a must see and must do. It's a traditional beer hall environment with community tables and lots of people picnicing on the food they brought. If you don't bring your own food, they sell pub-type grub, which is delicious.

From the old city centre walk to the river and turn left, heading uphill. After a ten minute stroll along the river from central Salzburg you will come to a church perched on the hill to your left, the monastery with beer hall is behind it.

When you arrive, take a one liter mug from the shelf and present it to the cashier who will take your cash and give you a ticket. Tell the cashier light or dark beer and giver your mug to the beer dispenser, who will fill it from the barrel. If you like, sit back and enjoy them rolling the barrels in and out.

Bottomline, the Augustinerbrau will be one of the highlights of your Salzburg trip.

The little village of...

by globetrott

The little village of Hallstatt is built on a very small piece of land between the mountains and the lake. Also the church and the small graveyard are built into the mountain, and as space was limited since centuries, graves could be used only for a few years, before the bones were put into the so called 'Beinhaus', after beeing beautifully decorated and inscribed with the names of the dead bodies.


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