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Private Tour: Hallstatt Tour from Salzburg
"After pickup from your hotel travel for approximately 1 hour by Mercedes E-Class or minivan passing the ski resort towns of Russbach and Abtenau on your way to Gosau. Marvel at phenomenal views of the Dachstein a famous Alpine peak that rises to an elevation of 9826 feet (2995 meters) before continuing on to Hallstatt in upper Austria. Since your tour is private feel free to tell your guide where you’d like to spend more time and ask as many questions as you like. Your guide will explain the immense cultural significance of Hallstatt
From EUR60.00
 
Private Day Trip to Salzburg from Vienna
"'Sound of Music fan or not: Take advantage of your stay in Vienna and visit Salzburg. With a friendly driver you depart from your hotel in Vienna in a private limousine or minivan. The scenery on the way to Salzburg is breathtaking: You pa see the peaks of the Alps from afar and finally reach the Austrian lake district. Take pictures of the region’s gorgeous mountain lakes and villages and visit the locations from „The Sound of Music“! In Salzburg you will be joined by a local expert guide who will take you on an exte the colorful gardens of the Mirabell Palace (the 'DoReMi' song was filmed here) the cemetery of the abbey of St. Peter (the Trapp-family hid there) the festival area the Archbishop’s Palace and the cathedral. After the walking tour spend a couple of hours in Salzburg for lunch
From EUR990.00
 
Private Tour: Salzburg Lake District and Hallstatt from Salzburg
"After your Salzburg hotel pickup (or any other site in Salzburg) your journey will take you on an off the beaten track road to the village of old mills called Ebenau. Your first stop will be at the famous “Waschl Mill"" from the 17th century from where the drive will continue to Fuschl. Take a stunning photo of the castle of Fuschl with emerald Lake Fuschl in the background. The next highlight is Wolfgang Lake and the villages St. Gilgen and St. Wolfgang. Capture a picture of St. Wol in Bad Ischl. The drive will take you through Bad Ischl which is famous for the “Kaiser” (Emperor) Villa and the Café Zauner and on to Bad Goisern and Hallstatt. Having reached Hallstatt and the highlight of this full day tour
From EUR750.00

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Train

I think arriving in Hallstatt by train/boat early morning is very nice, € 27,30 (+ 2,20 for the boat) you have to change train in Attnang Puchheim. You can go also via Bad Ischl by bus (Halstatt...
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To Hallstatt by train plus ship

YES, the trainstation of Hallstatt is across the lake and your only way to get from that trainstation to the village of Hallstatt is by ship ! The schedules of the ship will also be indicated in the...
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globetrott
Dec 14, 2014

Vorteilscard Jugend when you are under 26

When you don't have a Eurail,Interrail-ticket etc. yet and intend to go by train from Vienna to Salzburg, Graz, Hallstatt etc - and when you are still under 26 years of age it makes sense to buy a...
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globetrott
Aug 30, 2014

Getting to Hallstatt

To get to Hallstatt by train, whether you are coming from Salzburg or Vienna, you need to change trains in Attnang Puchheim. From there it is a beautiful scenic journey to Hallstatt, especially if you...
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Maryimelda
Jan 12, 2010

Easy route in the summer especially

One of the easiest ways to arrive in Hastatt is to arrive by train which stops on the opposite side of the lake and take the little boat across. Parking is difficult in high season and is limited to...
nhcram
Feb 03, 2008

Ferry across the Halstattersee

You will arrive at Hallstatt via an unmaned train station which drops you off across the lake. From here you will need to take a short 5 minute boatride across the lake to reach the town itself. the...
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lazyman_1
Nov 02, 2006
 
 
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Salzburg to Hallstatt

Salzburg to Hallstatt:From Salzburg central bus station(opposite Hbf train stn) to bad Ishl by bus cost Eur 8.20 paxThen by train Bad ishl to Hallstatt,cost Eur 3.30 pax.From thepier take a boat ride...
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francischris
May 09, 2006

Getting to the salt mines

The quickest way to get up to the salt mines is by taking the funicular. The cost is 12,60 euro, and this includes the entrance fee to the mines. Once off the funicular, it's a 20-minute walk up to...
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argentia
Sep 19, 2005

Ferry crossing to Hallstatt

If you arrive at Hallstatt by train, you will have to take a ferry across Lake Hallstatt to the village. From the train platform take the gravel path down to the dock. The ferry costs 1,90 euro each...
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argentia
Sep 19, 2005

Train, boat, bus or car . . .

I had the good fortune of being driven to Hallstatt by Vter globetrott, but I've also heard the train ride to Hallstatt is beautiful. The train will drop you off on the other side of the...
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acemj
Jan 01, 2005

Catch the Ferry

The train to Hallstatt stops across the lake from the town but you can catch the ferry for about 2 Euros. I think it meets most trains and runs until about 18:30 but for your return check the...
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rexvaughan
May 18, 2004

The Last Train to Hallstatt...

Trying to drive to Hallstatt is difficult, and parking here is next to impossible, so taking the train would be the lessor of the two evils..... The train line to Hallstatt is out on a spur off the...
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kenmerk
May 21, 2003

Salzbergbahn

... and cable cars, that go half way to the STARS... when I come home to you... SAN FRANCI... Oh sorry, got carried way... wrong page... Anyway if you want to save time and some wear on your legs, you...
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kenmerk
Apr 07, 2003

Halstatt Lake Ferry

I suppose the easiest way to get to Halstatt is by train. However, when you arrive, you will find that the train station is all by itself on the far side of the lake from town. Fortunately, it seems...
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kenmerk
Mar 17, 2003

Top Hotels in Hallstatt

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Marktplatz 104, Hallstatt, 5640, Austria
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Landungsplatz 102, Hallstatt, 4830, Austria
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Seewirt, Marktplatz, Hallstatt, 4830, Austria
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Lahn 10, Hallstatt, A-4830, Austria
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Gosaumühlstr. 83, Hallstatt, 4830, Austria
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Seestrasse 113, Hallstatt, A-4830, Austria
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Top Things to Do in Hallstatt

Things to Do

Skywalk - The Alpine Panorama

While in Hallstatt don't just stay on the lake level, but take the funicular that climbs to the Salt Mine (also a visit in the mine is a must thing to do) and you will have the chance to see one of...
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Hallstatt Salt Mine

In my second visit to Hallstatt, after a bit of thinking, I have decided to visit the Salt Mine, though expensive. I can tell you it is definitely worth it. It is an interesting visit inside a...
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Geschenks Platzerl

Everyone can find something: beautiful metalwork for the garden, very special souvenirs, the world famous Gmundner Ceramics ... and much more. beautiful little handmade pottery animals Very friendly...
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Beinhaus

There are about 1200 skulls in th ossuary, 700 of them are painted. Since the beginning of the 17th century skulls kept in the ossuary as a kind of second burial, the custom of the skull painting...
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Pfarrkirche (catholic church)

The first Pfarrkirche (catholic church) was built there in 1150, the still existing steeple got after a fire in 1750 a baroque roof, and todays still existing church was finished 1505. The frescoes...
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Top 5 Hallstatt Writers

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acemj

"Hallstatt . . . my inspiration"
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Gentleman75

"Hallstatt"
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Maryimelda

"Heavenly Hallstatt......."
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globetrott

"Hallstatt - a village dating back to 800 B.C."
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imran8852

"Hallstatt...it’s paradise!"
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