Hallstatt travels to Austria, a country in Europe.

Hallstatt is a small village in the European country of Austria and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. About 300 kilometers from the Austrian capital Vienna, this village is said to be one of the most beautiful villages in the world. The world’s oldest active salt mine is located here.

 

 

 

 

 

How to get there? The train from Vienna Central Station takes about 3.5 hours to get to Hallstatt Station, the fare up-down is about 40 Euros. This railway is very beautiful and the natural beauty on both sides will always fascinate you. After getting off at the station, you have to cross this lake in a small boat and go to this village, the fare is 3 Euros.

 

 

 

 

 

Where to go? Hallstatt The whole village is extraordinarily beautiful. You can rent a small boat and go to the lake. However, you must go up the hill by funicular or rail to Skywalk and Saltmine. The cost will be 34 euros and 31 euros for a student.

Most places here like boats or restaurants only take money in cash, so take some money cash in advance. It is best to leave in the morning and take at least one day to get around.

And while traveling, one should refrain from throwing garbage in certain places and doing anything that tarnishes the reputation of the country. For example, on the way back, while everyone was waiting in line to get on the boat, I saw some Kolkata grandfathers pushing in front of everyone and 10/12 people got in the middle of the line. Remember, tourists from more different countries are noticing you and getting a negative idea about your country or people.

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