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Tour departs and concludes at your Hotel or any other location in Salzburg
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-Entrance fee Saltmines incl. cable car up/down (24.00 EUR per person)
-Entrance fee Charnel House in Hallstatt (1.50 EUR per person)
-Dachstein Ice Caves incl. Obertraun Cable Car (35.00 EUR per person)
Daily on request
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**Languages: Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Portuguese are only available on request**
Prices, times and itineraries are subject to change without prior notice.
We advise to book this tour at least 48 hours in advance.
Price is per booking not per person.
Private Tour to Hallstatt
Hallstatt was known as the Pearl of the Salzkammergut, passing many local villages on the route which introduce you to the local area. On arrival in Hallstatt it is hard to know where to start, perhaps with a mountain train ride up to the entrance of the Worlds Oldest Salt mines (entry to the mine is optional), from here a great view down onto Hallstatt, giving you both a magnificent view and helping you understand how Hallstatt started life.
Take a leisurely lakeside walk seeing how the houses above you cling onto the mountainside pass by the Mullbach waterfall which allowed Hallstatt somewhere to grow.
A visit to the local museum is also interesting as it was found in this area that led to the naming of the years between 800 BC - 400 BC as the Hallstatt period, a term now used worldwide.
A boat trip around the lake also provides an interesting view of this other must-see places include the Bonehouse behind the Catholic church, proving an interesting view into local family life. The boat trip is only possible until the 2nd of November.
We then travel back along the Traun valley, following the ancient trading route until we arrive in the spa town of Bad Ischl. This town is steeped in history, it was the summer residence of the Hapsburg Emperor Franz Joesph, Elizabeth Sissi, and their family.
Their Kaiservilla is well worth a visit along with the impressive gardens. Bad Ischl was also the home of Franz Lehar and his home is now a museum to his life.
Spend a relaxing moment or two walking around the town center, passing the Spa Centre, Glockenspeil, Lehar Theatre, local museum or perhaps enjoying one of the famous coffee houses, for example, Cafe Zauner. On the return journey, we travel back through the lake area on route to Salzburg.
Cancellations more than a week in advance only administration costs of 15%
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date: 100% of the total amount
No show: no restitution