In the middle of the itinerary of Hallstatt and Salzburg, I chose St. Wolfgang, a small town that is not very well-known, and mainly considered three points. The first is to increase the Salzkammergut lake area Itinerary, and Hallstatt is relatively commercialized, and St. Wolfgang is more balanced in all aspects. In addition, the view of Lake 7 from the Schaff Mountain not far away is also an important reason, plus The famous White Horse Hotel, which once hosted Princess Sissi, contributed to this choice. It turns out that there is no wrong choice. Everything in St. Wolfgang is beautiful. I also experienced swimming in the lake, which is very pleasant.
The lake view here is so beautiful, it feels like a paradise on earth. It is not inferior to the lakes and mountains of Switzerland, adding a sense of tranquility. The blue waves and beautiful scenery here are really rare. You must come here to check in when you come to Austria!
St. Wolfgang, Austria’s Lake District, is an absolute wonderland on earth. The beauty cannot be described in words. The best thing here is to sit quietly by the lake and enjoy the slow life of Europe, or find a hotel in the Lake District.
Ferries, including an 1873 paddle steamer, cruise the lake, which is ringed by mountains. The Schafbergbahn, a steam-powered cog railway, climbs to Schafberg’s summit for panoramic views of the Dachstein range.
Tourism small town is very clean, a lot of scenic spots and the sound of music movie scenes and Mozart''s hometown, especially not miss Wolfgang lake, open the quiet lake.
Wolfgang is located in salzburg Wolfgang lake in the eastern part of town. Legend, in 976, a man named Wolfgang dervish to become attached to practice, Wolfgang according to god in oracle: throw to hand axes, built a church where the axe fall. Places of pilgrimage and logo - the church was a town church. Because Wolfgang faith firmness, after he died here often happen, so be blocked for the saints, the town and in his name.
Overlooking Lake Wolfgangsee, houses a towering, intricately carved winged altarpiece. Ferries, including an 1873 paddle steamer, cruise the lake, which is ringed by mountains.