Hallstatt in Winter
Hellbrunn Christmas Tree
Advent At Hellbrunn
Hellbrunn Advent calender
St.Gilgen Christmas Market
St.Gilgen Ship Station
St.Gilgen Village View
St.Wolfgang Advent Market
St.Wolfgang Wood Carvings
View on Wolfgangsee
St.Wolfgang Lake From The Church
On this Small Group Minivan Tour you will learn about charming Christmas markets of the Austrian Lake District ”Salzkammergut”, one of the most picturesque parts of Austria, with its crystal clear lakes surrounded by mountains, rock faces and the rural beauty of Austria. This was and is the scenes for world famous movies (“The Sound of Music”) and operettas (“The White Horse Inn”). The villages of St.Gilgen, St.Wolfgang, Mondsee and UNESCO village Hallstatt are popular attractions around Salzburg.
23rd November to 24th December!
|23 November to 24 December|
|Tour Start||09:00 am|
Important Info a) Additional hours if possible upon request. Extra hours Euro 95,00/h.
b) Some of the tours cross the border Austria/Germany. Please take the passport with you, it could be checked.
c) Please inform us in case you want to take a baby with you (necessary for the proper child seat).
Heading east from Salzburg City the first lake we pass is the emerald Fuschlsee and we make our first stop above the Mozart village St. Gilgen by the lake Wolfgangsee. This lake is the centre piece of the tour. At St. Gilgen we visit the Christmas market and then further around the lake to St. Wolfgang village. At St.Wolfgang you can wander the Christmas market stalls lining the streets and visit the pilgrimage church where you can view Michael Pacher’s winged Gothic altar.
Then we drive to Hallstatt, passing Bad Ischl (Kaiserstadt – Imperial Town) and Bad Goisern on a scenic route with great views until we reach the UNESCO village Hallstatt. Here we have time for lunch and leisure.
From Hallstatt we will take a panoramic route via the emerald lake Attersee and then the Mondsee, the largest lakes in the Salzkammergut. In Mondsee village we have some time for visiting St.Michael’s Church, a pilgrimage site that was also the location of the wedding scene in the “The Sound of Music” film.