We rented an electric boat of 500W and drove around in the Hallstatt Lake for half an hour. It was really relaxing and enjoyable to drive a boat in this peaceful lake under the mild sunshine and cool ...
Though we hadn't got chance to go on a cruise to explore the lake, but we had time to walk around the lake and the lovely town. Gorgeous views far and near - the snow mountains, blue sky, changing cl...
We decided to never stop exploring, even if we are forced to leave our comfort zone sometimes! And it's definitly because of places like this. A cute small village.
Hallstatt is a majestic place! It is definitely the real definition of a fairy tale village. It is located in Austria, best reach from Salzburg or Vienna for convenient transports. This is a traditional village that you can walk around for all day without getting bored! The highlight of this place I think is that you can rent your own boat, which you will drive by yourself around the lake, to enjoy the beautiful view! It is unbelievable how this place is really amazing, probably the most beautiful village in Europe. #HalloTrip
Hallstatt - the fairy tale world was originally existed
Hallstatt This town is known as salt mines. Since 900 BC, Hallstatt began mining salt mines. Now, there is the oldest salt pit in the world, and there is still a salt mine in operation and open to visitors. Take the cable car up the mountain, take the cable car to the car station parking lot, there are humanoid signs all the way, very good to find, we buy the cable car round-trip + salt mine joint ticket h
if not driving Come here, usually by train to Hallstatt, the train station is on the east bank of Hallstattter See, Traun, the exit is the dockside, and the ferry is changed, 2.2Eur once. The timetable for the ferry boat is fixed in accordance with the time of arrival of the train. Under normal circumstances, the captain of the ferry will wait for the train to drive off and the passengers to board the ship before boarding.
Lake Hallstatt: the most spiritual of the 14 lakes in the Salzkammergut region of Austria. Surrounded by mountains, the mountains around 3,000 meters above sea level form a natural barrier to the lake, just like a paradise. The
lake is formed by the action of glaciers. The lake is crystal clear, and the deepest reaches up to 125 meters. The lakeshore is a fairy-tale, beautiful and beautiful house surrounded by rows of fairy tales. It is surrounded by snow-capped mountains.
Today, an elegant and noble white swan swims in the blue lake, adding a touch of aura and comfort to the town.
Among the lakes in the Salzkammergut region, Lake Hallstatt is a tourist destination rich in spiritual meaning. In the early morning, the lake is occasionally covered in a thin mist, when out of nowhere arises a skiff, provoking countless ripples upon the calm lake. The evening lakeshore is even more charming, with red and yellow leaves scattered across the mountains, as swans and ducks float upon the water and forage for food. On the shore there's also a coffee house decorated with sprays of flowers. These are all a part of the beautiful scenery of Hallstatt.