Hallstatt is a small town in the Salzkammergut region of Austria, located on the shore of Lake Hallstatt. It makes people feel like walking into a "beautiful lakeside town" and experiencing "people swimming in paintings". There are many large and small lakes scattered around this small village, and the Alps peaks are reflected in the lake. The villagers here have built a high-standard water purification system around all the lakes, so the lake water here can be directly drunk. There are rows of wooden houses by the lake, and each family also builds a wooden houseboat in the water near the shore, specially docking its own wooden boat or yacht as a means of transportation. The main road along the Hallstatt Lake is very scenic, allowing people to walk along the lake. When the weather is good, there are pedal boats and electric boats for rent by the lake. At the southern end of the road, at the mouth of the town, there is also a viewing platform with a good view. If you want to further explore the cultural charm of the small town of Hallstatt, you may wish to visit the World Heritage Museum. Although the museum is small, it has all the internal organs. The museum has a total of 26 themes, from "geology" to "cultural heritage" exhibitions are opened in order, you can start a historical tour of Hallstatt here. If you have enough time, you can also go to the skeletal church to have a look. There are more than 1,200 skeletons neatly stored. The names of the deceased and the dates of birth and death are written on the skeletons. Some of the skeletons are also painted with brown patterns and green flowers. , branches and other decorative paintings, showing the unique culture of the local people.