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Hallstatt Half-Day Tour from Salzburg

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The beautiful village of Hallstatt is known for its spectacular setting near Lake Hallstatt, and nearby attractions such as the Muhlbach Waterfall, and the “Bone House” in the Church of St. Michael. Avoid the hassle of figuring out public transport schedules, and instead enjoy a stress-free guided coach tour from Salzburg with free time to explore Hallstatt independently at your own pace.
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Michael V wrote a review Oct 2020
Soborg, Denmark298 contributions131 helpful votes
It is a really beautiful place and totally understable that this has been included in UNESCO World Heritage. Impressing with the old town in this extremely beautiful location and everything is also beautifully renovated and generally kept in really good shape. Even for Covid-19 there were still a lot of tourists in September 2020, but I still think it was a really nice place to visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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agusticassa wrote a review Oct 2020
Girona, Spain1,514 contributions329 helpful votes
After making the train trip from Vienna and crossing the lagoon on the boat, you will reach the old center of this small city that is a great thyristic attraction, full on any day of the year. This little town is wonderful, although there is a lot of tourism.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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MoonaMuslim wrote a review Sep 2020
642 contributions127 helpful votes
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Tourists from all over the world are in Hallstatt. A copy of the idyllic, small town was made in China. There is a reason. The houses are picturesquely situated on the mountains, the little alleys and streets dreamy and winding and the wonderful, deep blue and clear lake lies at the foot of the city. The beautiful old town is small. You can take a leisurely stroll and admire the centuries-old buildings. The historic center with the market square and many small, colorful shops, restaurants and cafes is particularly beautiful. Stroll and dine on the waterfront, swim in the beautiful water in summer. Rent a boat across the lake or take the ferry, and watch Hallstatt from the other side of the lake. You can have a great view of Hallstatt from the small streets, but also from the opposite bank (especially in the early morning when the sun shines on Hallstatt from behind). A very clear recommendation for the Lake Hallstatt and the surrounding area. Much more than just a day trip. BUT!!! Come early in the morning with the car. There are only some parking spaces. And a lot of tourists. If too late, you have to take a parking space some kilometers away from Hallstatt
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Date of experience: July 2020
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MarcusHurley wrote a review Aug 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom6,822 contributions654 helpful votes
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We arrived at Hallstatt around 8.30 and parked up in the car park near the funicular and then walked 10 minutes into the town. Hallstatt is a cliched Austrian lakeside village - wooden gingerbread style houses, ornate balconies overflowing with petunias, cedarwood shingle roofs, a beautifully calm lake and stunning mountains all around. It goes without saying it was litter and graffiti free and even though a large proportion of Austrians smoke, there were almost no cigarette butts on the ground.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bartolomeo wrote a review Jul 2020
Rome, Italy122 contributions14 helpful votes
One of must see in Austria. It a very pictures place. You can just go for a walk there, contemplate, hang out with friends. It's as well a very good Selfie and photo hotspot. I can only recommend ^^
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Date of experience: July 2020
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