D23***43Beautiful area to walk around - there are some old ruins there with information as well as all the horse carriages, the lipizzaners, resturants, museums. It fwels like Hofburg is the middle of everything!
01234567890liHuoHeng salzburg fort is located in salzburg old monks in the mountains, is the landmark building of the city. The white castle stronghold has a long history, it was founded in 1077, the former archbishop gradually expand and become, it is also one of Europe''s largest medieval castle. Castle with museums, cafes, and is also a good place for overlooking the whole landscape. To visit the fort, there are two ways you can take opened in 1892, the small gear train up the hill, just 1 minute can come to the top of the hill, the little train every interval of 10 minutes.
01234567890liThe blue Danube slowly through the city of Vienna. Banks picturesque scenery, beautiful scenery, beautiful Vienna woods stretch the western suburbs of the city, the lush, blotting out the sun shade. Each summer, there are rich and colorful festival will be held.
E29***06Hallstatt is absolutely one of the beautiful places I have visited. The weather was a little cool in late September. I was taking my pre-wedding photo here. Everything was just amazing. Highly recommend!
Austria officially the Republic of Austria (German: Republik Österreich, About this soundlisten (help·info)), is a landlocked East Alpine country in the southern part of Central Europe. It is composed of nine federated states (Bundesländer), one of which is Vienna, Austria's capital and its largest city. It is bordered by Germany to the northwest, the Czech Republic to the north, Slovakia to the northeast, Hungary to the east, Slovenia and Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. Austria occupies an area of 83,879 km2 (32,386 sq mi) and has a population of nearly 9 million people. While German is the country's official language, many Austrians communicate informally in a variety of Bavarian dialects.
If you want to enjoy some really beautiful hiking and landscapes, then look into this area of Austria. You will not be disappointed but rather enchanted and invigorated. Try staying in Admont to base yourself there for hiking and good food and enjoy the Freibad or outdoor pool surrounded by the wonderful Austrian peaks.
Austria Travel Guide | 5 days self-driving tour with local clothing wear
about the trip h
Day 1: Shanghai Moscow Vienna Vienna Airport
Day 2: Vienna Salzburg
Salzburg Castle - Salzburg's Old Town - Grain Hutong
Day 3: Salzburg Hallstatt
Salzburg Church - Mirabell Gardens - Hallstatt town of Hchstadt
Day 4: Hallstatt Vienna
Hallstatt day trip to Vienna
Day 5: Vienna
Schnbrunn Palace - shopping - Prater playground - Old Town
Hallstatt must experience
in Hallstat The town must experience the local traditional costumes - Dirndl Dirndl. First popularize the Dirndl Dirndl, which consists of a shirt, a tight dress and an apron.
Dirndl shirt: Can't show off shoulders, but can't be shoulderless! Because not everyone's arms are suitable for short, delicate sleeves, this guideline applies to those women's shirts.
Dirndl tight dress: Dirndl's dress must be worn properly. Traditional tights are tied with hooks, buttonholes or ties. Never use a zipper!
Dirndl apron: aprons and petticoats are 3 cm shorter than the skirt. There is a fixed dress code for the apron section:
- sash bow on the left: wearer is single
- sash bow on the right: wearer is married or engaged
- sash with bow in front : The wearer is a girl
- with a bow in the back: the wearer is a widow
with Dirndl shoes: according to tradition, with Dirndl should wear closed shoes. Never wear open toe shoes, hate highs and lace-up sandals! In addition, the flat-bottom shoes are allowed to wear to moderate heels.
European driving tips
1.About parking: Paying on the meter payment machine, the operation method of different places may be different. Generally, the language is selected first, then the corresponding money is invested, and after the coin is completed, press Determine the button, the machine spits out a parking ticket, put the parking ticket in front of the windshield, and then dial the parking wheel to the parking time, you can go.
2. Europe is a car driver, seeing someone crossing the road to stop the car far away.
3. In general,
On the Danube River, listen to the daily blue Danube, watch the open-air music, opera or concert videos at the Vienna Town Hall Square, go to the open-air concert at the leisure salon in the city park, and enjoy the Salzburg. Music is given a spiritual "music bridge", or you can sit in a small hotel or small cafe all over the town, and you can also hear live performances of local folk songs and classical music. Every day in Austria, we have to pass by a lot of free open-air concerts and absorb a lot of music air. Living in Austria, I feel as if I am fascinated by the intoxicating music melody in my blood vessels.
Most tourists will not pay attention to such an attraction, perhaps it is not an attraction for tourists or locals. But if you come to the foot of St. Stephen's Cathedral, you may wish to look back. Opposite the church, there is a modern building with a glass faade Haas Commercial Building, which is the work of the Austrian architect Hans Hohren, who was once Pulitzer architect. At the time of construction, the Viennese was extremely disgusted with it, arguing that its modern style was too abrupt and incompatible with the ancient religious temperament of St. Stephen's Cathedral and its surroundings, and now the Viennese seems to have accepted it. When the weather is fine, the glass faade reflects the gothic spires of St. Stephen's Cathedral, which is very interesting. However, the architect of the Pulitzer Prize for Architecture once bid for the National Centre for the Performing Arts and failed to win the bid.
Salzburg is close to the German border and is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is the gate of the Alps and the birthplace of Mozart. The Salz River divides Salzburg into two old and new towns, and the Old Town of Salzburg becomes a world cultural heritage. Walking in the Baroque Old Town of Salzburg, it seems that time has slowed down a bit. Beautiful scenery, numerous churches, very suitable for walking, order a cup of coffee in the old city, watching the gray-haired old people walk hand in hand, do not care about time, slowly through the streets of the old city, see every exquisite window, It can be a very fast day.
Hiking in Austria is the best thing you can do during the summer months. Enjoying the landscape by foot is the best way to explore the beautiful country.
Stephen's Cathedral is one of the most famous Gothic churches in the world. Everyone who walks into the church will be impressed by the luxuriance and exquisiteness of his architecture.
Two rows of Gothic pillars that divide the main hall of the church into three parts. Looking at it, the only two pieces of the ruined glass window behind the altar are shot into a colorful light, adding a mysterious atmosphere to the Baroque altar.
In 1997, Stephen's Cathedral celebrated its 800th birthday. Its 137-meter-tall minaret is the third tallest church spire in the world after Ulm Church and Cologne Cathedral.
Hallstatt is the oldest town in Austria. It is known as the most beautiful town in Europe and the most beautiful lake in the world. It was listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1997. This small town that can be visited in half an hour is small and exquisite. Children who don't mind moving their luggage can choose to stay here for a while, every day is a paradise on earth. But when you think about the experience of moving your luggage, you probably feel that you are going to become a fairy. First of all: the town is now inaccessible to foreign vehicles. The parking lot is a short distance from the town, meaning you have to carry your luggage. It takes about half an hour to get to the town center.
Second, the town is built on the hill. The homestay is usually on the mountain and has to take the stairs. Most of the European homestays are old and have wooden elevators.
The first two days of moving the luggage on the bed and breakfast has been moved, but also dragged on for so long, moving so many stairs to stay, really become a fairy. So this attraction is very recommended, but I don't recommend staying. Unless your luggage is very light, or you are a strong man. If you are in a hurry, you can take a good look at the small shops here, and there will be surprises at almost every corner.