Elisabeth Ferienhotel

Address: Weng 41 , Werfenweng, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5453, Austria | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Weng 41 , Werfenweng, is near Eisriesenwelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Werfenweng

    Innsbruck to Salzburg.

    A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 03, 2015

    2 comments, 19 photos

    Awake at 0600 dressed, breakfast & left at 0830 for our morning trip to Salzburg. And sunshine as we leave Innsbruck. As we leave onto motorway there is quite a blockage on the oncoming side ( fortunately ) trucks ++ probably due to a religious holiday tomorrow. Trucks are not permitted on highway on weekends or public holidays. We arrived in Salzburg 10am after a short toilet stop just before. As we were too early to check into our hotel we met a ...

    Castles in the Sky

    A travel blog entry by a2travel on May 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... and headed off to another restaurant which the waiter recommended around the corner. After 1 hour of following his Austrian/German instructions that Adam had understood perfectly, we ended up in the Salzburg University Beerhall and Garden . Here we had a couple of Steins and some disgusting food. We only realized afterwards that everyone else were feasting off delicious array of Austrian Delicacies from the upstairs food hall. Hmmm it was a quiet night; I even ...

    Salzburg, Austria

    A travel blog entry by kaylatravels on Dec 28, 2013

    ... Mozart balls! I believe it tasted like a minty, coconut, dark chocolate ball, but overall was really quite nice! A short stay, the next morning we headed towards Prague but en route we made a stop at the former concentration camp at Mauthausen where we viewed the leftovers from World War II and the Holocaust. We saw the Crematorium, sleeping facilities, gas chambers and heard many horrific stories whilst getting a ...

    Churchin' and Castlin' in Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by keviimis on Oct 29, 2011

    310 photos

    ... of being defenseless to being absolutely impenetrable. Granted, a huge portion of the population was now in complete poverty, but a decade later, it would serve the city well. Salzburg was never attacked during the 30 Years War. The whole impenetrable reputation served them well. Meanwhile, their neighbor Bavaria ended up losing over 50% of their population to the war. The one struggle the city did see was a peasant revolt. The ...

    Austria - Ice Caves, Maria Von Trapp and such

    A travel blog entry by mandy_scott on Sep 18, 2010

    1 photo

    ... Saturday was to be our last in Innsbruck. The soreness had dissipated and we were ready for one last activity - White Water Rafting! It was something that weŽd both wanted to do but never
    gotten around to. A company ran tours just out of town in one of the icy, snow-melt rivers. At the rafting centre we handed over 40 euro and they handed back a paddle, a cold wetsuit and a helmet. Onto a bus with 50 screaming Austrian teenagers. ...