St Gilgen in Austria, from Europe region, is best know for Tramways. Discover best things to do in St Gilgen with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 302 reviews
An extra star if the gondolas were a little more modern. However, that aside, the trip is fantastic with the alps and lakes opening up before you as you climb ever higher. A little expensive at around €46 for 2 but well worth it and something that should be on the list if you’re in this area.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
St. Giligen is a charming village on the shore of Lake Wolfgang (Wolfgangsee) outskirt of Salzburg. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's mother was born here, and Mozart's sister Nannerl moved here after her marriage. Cafe Nannerl in the village is named after Mozart's sister Nannerl. "Mozart House", located at a prime location of the village, is the house where Mozart's mother was born and his sister lived after her marriage. Cute statute of Mozart, playing violin, is standing at the center of Mozartplatz. In addition to the leisure seeking visitors, this village receives many visitors who are taking part of the famous Sound of Music Tour originating from Salzburg which includes this village in their itinerary.
5 based on 30 reviews
entering the music instruments museum is not trivial - even if you arrive in the specific opening hours of the place the door is closed! you need to knock, and then you enter a magical kingdom! the museum owner who's parents started the collection of amazing musical tools from all around the world also plays all of them (!!!) and would gladly show you a demonstration - we got to hear a wet singing stone, a spring and some more!! an amazin g addition when visiting sankt giligan!
4 based on 44 reviews
We hadn't heard any reviews about Dallman before coming here, it was simply one of the only cafes open during our day trip out of Salzburg in early April. I had spent a glorious morning walking the path around the lake, and met my husband there for a cup of tea and a nosh. It was really cute and cozy inside, and we had it to ourselves. I had earl grey tea and a ham & cheese panini, very good and reasonable prices. I can imagine it gets quite crowded in the season / summer months, but in spring and fall it's blissfully quiet! Nice little spot.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Like the other reviewer, we decided to walk around the lake from St Gilgen to St Wolfgang, mainly because the top of the Zwolferhorn cable-car was shrouded in mist so our plans to go up were somewhat scuppered.
The walk starts very easily, skirting the lake until you reach the Furberg Hotel (which looks really nice). As the other reviewer says, the path from there to the FalkensteinKirche is pretty steep for about 800m, although we did see a couple of hardy souls pushing small children up in their push-chairs. There are information boards along the way and the kirche itself is in a very picturesque setting.
From there, it's a fairly easy walk through woods and back to the lakeside on to St. Wolfgang. We took the boat back to St. Gilgen which made a very enjoyable and relaxing end to the exertions of the day.
4 based on 10 reviews
Первая христианская церковь возникла на этом месте в 14-ом веке и была освящена в честь отшельника из Прованса Эгидия – защитника пастухов и охотников. Вокруг церкви образовалось поселение Обердрум, вскоре переименованное по названию церкви в Санкт-Гильген. Впоследствии церковь не раз перестраивалась. В 1704 году в здание ударила молния, повредившая башню, в результате в 1705-28 годах была построена новая. Барочный вид церкви придала перестройка 1767-69 годов. С 1856 года стала приходской.
Интерьер этой небольшой приходской церкви очень красив. В нем сочетаются мрамор, позолота, деревянная резьба и великолепные потолочные фрески.
К храму примыкает кладбище с захоронениями 17-19 веков. В 1915 году его закрыли из-за нехватки места.
Миновать эту церквушку сложно, так как она находится в центре городка, недалеко от Моцартплац.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I'm not expecting that I can get all my souvenirs in one place in Mondsee from Salzburg. I got beer glasses and beer mugs very cheap compared to prices in the city. This shop is good for budget travelers looking for good deals. Souvenirs are very expensive if you buy it in places where there's a lot of tourist. When you take tours in the Austrian countryside don't forget to visit the small village of Mondsee.
4 based on 5 reviews
4 based on 1 reviews
산악열차역앞에 호수가 있고 많은 사람들이 누워 일광욕과 수영을 하고 있음 산악열차는 날씨 영향을 많이 받음 트래킹도 해볼만함 코스난이도는 여성혼자 가벼운 가방매고 충분히 갈수있는 정도 실제 열차타고 가다보면 많이 보임 혼자 멋지게 트래킹하시는 분들이
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