Gems of Hallstatt – Private Walking Tour
Why Hallstatt is one of the trendiest places to visit in Europe? What can I see in Hallstatt? Among the most beautiful and trendy places in Austria, the town of Hallstatt is never missing. A village that rises between the mountainside and the shore of Lake Hallstatt. Hallstatt is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Austria and possibly in Europe. The fairytale town is included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO since 1997. Is Hallstatt really that pretty? Of course! Get ready to experience Hallstatt from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about Hallstatt.
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee to Beinhaus: 1.5 EUR
- Admission fee to Welterbemuseum Hallstatt: 10 EUR per adult
- Admission fee to Salzwelten Hallstatt: 20 EUR per adult
Route & Duration
Hallstatt is a charming hamlet on Lake Hallstatt, southeast of Salzburg. The village's streets are perfect for strolling and have many picturesque corners. The lovely lake is an ideal location for spending time with your loved ones. This place has one of the best views in Hallstatt.
One of the most intriguing tourist attractions in Hallstatt is the charnel house, also known as the "Bone House," at St. Michael's Chapel, which is home to the oldest salt mine in the world and a picture-perfect panorama. Located close to the catholic parish church, the chapel has been around since the 12th century. Over 600 skulls that have been tastefully painted attract tourists from around the globe every year to appreciate the intriguing collection. A lot of the skull decorations date from the end of the 18th century, while others may even be from the 20th.
Noted for its central fountain and above all for its vine- and flower-covered facades.
The Hallstatt Museum (German: Museum Hallstatt) is a museum in Hallstatt, Upper Austria, that has an unparalleled collection of finds from the area's salt mines and Iron Age graves close to the mines, making Hallstatt the type site for the significant Hallstatt civilization. The museum is near to the Hallstättersee and underneath the salt mines on the slope. The Dachstein Ice Cave, the salt mines, and the museum are all regarded as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Salzwelten Hallstatt is without a doubt a site of extraordinary things! In Salzkammergut, Hallstatt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most stunning locations. The Salzwelten Hallstatt is the oldest salt mine in the world, having existed for 7,000 years. In the high valley of Hallstatt, humans have lived and mined salt since 5,000 B.C. When you explore the tunnels, run your touch over the rough-hewn stone walls, and down the 64-meter-long miners' slide, you can feel the remnants of a bygone era close at hand.
Marktplatz Hallstatt in front of Grüner Hotel (Marktpl., 4830 Hallstatt, Austria). See Map
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