The town of Hallstatt - majestic and beautiful
Austrian salt mining town and UNESCO World Heritage
The town of Hallstatt, Austria Thousands of years of history and an unparalleled backdrop come together in the lake town Hallstatt - a unique attraction of the Salzkammergut. In 1996 the town was included into the UNESCO World Heritage list and the magical town attracts holidaymakers and visitors from around the globe every year.
Be impressed by the 4,500 years of history the old salt mining town Hallstatt has to offer. Wander along the world-famous lake shores of Lake Hallstatt, chill out in the smart marketplace or wander through the narrow old streets of this Salzkammergut township. Soak in the atmosphere and views conjured up by steep rock faces between the small but lovingly decorated houses and appreciate the dreamy view onto the ambience rich Lake Hallstatt, which presents itself in an ever-changing light.
Hallstatt town: A place rich in history
Visit the oldest salt mining town in Austria, which has only 1,000 inhabitants and yet offers numerous sights and attractions for a summer holiday at Hotel Goldener Ochs in Bad Ischl, Austria. Enter the legendary house of bones, which is home to the largest collection of skulls in the world – a spine tingling sight. Or embark on a tour through the salt world of Hallstatt and slide down the longest wooden slide of Europe at the local salt mine.
To experience the world famous Lake Hallstatt with your own eyes and to learn the most important regional history dates, we recommend a day trip excursion to this magical lake town during your summer holiday at the spa town of Bad Ischl. Ask about the latest holiday offers at the privately-run 4 star hotel Goldener Ochs now. And the next summer holiday in Austria could become reality soon.