Hallstatt – Salzburg
Stage 7: Hallstatt – Salzburg
Stage 7: Hallstatt – Salzburg
Stage 6: Graz - Hallstatt
This 9-stage itinerary takes you from Vorarlberg, Austria's westermost provice through the Alps to the lowlands of Burgenland.
Linz is a cosmopolitan city of culture and arts. The many small historic cities like Bad Ischl and Hallstatt are treasure troves of splendid buildings. Countless tremendous abbeys and monasteries can be found throughout the province. A day in Upper Austria can turn out to be very short if one wants to experience all of its architectural gems.
Traveling on a shoe-string budget? No problem. Throughout Austria you'll find affordable hotels and inns that don't lack the typical Austrian charm.
Looking to rent a chalet, villa or an apartment for your stay in Austria? We have compiled a list with properties throughout Austria.
It began 140 years ago in Bad Goisern with the invention of the first “engineered” mountain boot. Today the Goiserer is still the epitome of top quality, but it has evolved to be fit for city life.
The antiquated name “Waldschänke” sounds inviting, even if it doesn’t reveal what might lie behind it: namely, one of Austria’s very best country inns.
The gourmet restaurant “Verdi”, together with the next-door bistro known as “Verdi-Stopover”, are a culinary couple of acknowledged preeminence reigning over the city of Linz.
Refreshing country air and culture: the finest in cultural events in one of Europe’s loveliest regions is what the Gmunden Festival offers visitors every year from June to September.
Christian and Simone Göttfried are masters at their craft. He reigns in the kitchen, she with the wines. And at the “Schrot” you will find the perfect refuge to enjoy - and celebrate - their art.
Refined culture in an idyllic setting: as a bucolic answer to the Salzburg Festival, the Attersee Klassik festival brings outstanding cultural offerings to one of Europe’s most beautiful areas every July and August.
What began as a pilot project has become one of the world’s most important festivals for media arts, turning the city of Linz into the “capital of the cutting edge” each September.
Situated high above the Danube, the Landhotel Falkner is an exclusive hideaway for anyone who enjoys hiking, fine dining, and discovering the cultural offerings of Upper Austria.
Nestled between the edge of Hallstätter See and the towering Dachstein mountains, Austria’s oldest and possibly most photographed village is something like a mirage in the Salzkammergut Lake Region.
A pyrotechnic fantasia narrated by a live musical performance illuminates the sky to bridge the Ars Electronica Festival and the beginning of the Anton Bruckner Festival.
What is it about a landscape that inspires a painter to recreate it on his canvas? Follow in the footsteps of the famous symbolist painter Gustav Klimt and at 24 different viewpoints, observe the artist’s muse: Lake Attersee.
An exceptional hotel for Spa lovers, people looking for relaxation, night owls and those in search of adventures – at the Mühlviertel you may experience indulgence and culture with heart and soul.
A vacation in Austria gets you close to nature and allows you to get to know the people and the wonderful traditions. Austria's landscapes are incredibly varied and the options are endless. Be it a relaxing walk or experiencing the great outdoors in the Austrian Alps. Keep in mind that you are never far from historic city centers, cultural events and gourmet restaurant.
Looking for an upscale dining experience in Upper Austria?
Austria has six National parks, almost 60 nature preserves and „nature parks“, about 35 „hot spots“ for bird-watching, 20 Alpine gardens and many other opportunities to admire nature in its undisturbed, pristine beauty