Gartenhotel Maria Theresia

Reimmichlstrasse 25, Hall in Tirol, 6060, Austria
Gartenhotel Maria Theresia
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Forum Posts

Train or car?

by Schwammdrueber

My girlfriend and I are planning on staying in Hall for part of our trip to Austria and Germany this summer and want to take day trips to Neuschwanstein and the Zugspitze. We were thinking about getting rail passes until I found out trains from Hall to Garmisch go through Munich and take almost 4 hours with 2 changes. Is there some other form of transportation available? I was really hoping to avoid renting a car.

Re: Train or car?

by GyuriFT

The only worse idea than to buy railpass for Germany and/or Austria is to buy a railpass for South or East Europe. Total rip-off.

As for your question: there could be busses, but as far as I know, car is the best option to reach Neuschwanstein. You can rent it relatively inexpensively from any new car dealership. Many have with automatic. Be careful: most cars in Europe are manual, automatic is a "luxury". We ended up taking all our cars from the States.

Re: Train or car?

by GrumpyDiver

The one area in Europe I would always recommend a car for is heading around the alps. Public transport is not always easily available, and when it is, it uses the slow local service. If you have lots of time, go ahead and try it, but I would rent a car.

Travel Tips for Hall in Tirol

Don't forget your camera

by Maria_75

You will be screaming and kicking yourself for days if you forget your camera... There are so many things to take pictures of here. Around every corner is a beautiful building with the most incredible decorations and paintings. There are lots of flowers bringing color to the city, and the scenery around the city is amazing. Take lots of pictures, and look at all the details that are all around the city.

Walk around..........

by Bigs

the cute city for a while! There are many things to explore....... Last but not least you will find many churches here......Hall also has a castle and a beautiful townhall in an old castle......So, just wander around and make the best of it..... The heavy rain when we have been there.... It must be much nicer when the sun is shining...but that´s the case everywhere, isn´t it? Hall is beautiful, even in the rain!!!

Apfelstrudel

by ealgisi

Apfelstrudel is a traditional pastry of Austria and a popular dish in many countries that once belonged to the Austro-Hungarian empire. It is the most widely known kind of strudel.

Well if you like sweet, don't miss that, you are inside the country who is really specialist in making that, in every way, so taste it, well the portions are usually pretty big, so enjoy it and lick your mustache :)

Sachertorte

by ealgisi

Well this is another specialty, that you don't have to miss.

Sachertorte is a chocolate cake, invented by Franz Sacher in 1832 for Klemens Wenzel von Metternich in Vienna, Austria. It is one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties.

The trademark for the "Original Sachertorte" was registered by the Hotel Sacher, which was built in 1876 by the son of Franz Sacher.
Nobody knows the real recipe because is well kept secret... You can imagine why.

It consists of two layers of dense, not overly sweet chocolate cake with a thin layer of apricot jam in the middle and dark chocolate icing with shreds of chocolate on the top and sides. It is traditionally served with whipped cream without any sugar in it.

Useful phone numbers

by ealgisi

The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.

Here are some useful phone numbers that you might need while in Austria:

Police: 133
Ambulance: 144
Fire: 122
Gas leaks: 128
Alpine rescue: 140
On-duty medical unit: 141
Crisis-hotline: 142
Support for children and teens: 147

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