Hotel Glocklhofer

Address: Ludwigsberg 4, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Ludwigsberg 4, Burghausen (Salzach).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Glocklhofer Burghausen (Salzach)

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    Travel Blogs from Burghausen (Salzach)

    Salzburg bound

    A travel blog entry by sgcb on Aug 10, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    So up with the dawn chorus or so it felt. We had to catch a bus from the nearby town of Strobl to go into Salzburg and it took almost an hour it could have been longer but Mr T(aka Roy Cropper) kept us and the bus driver on track. Salzburg is beautiful the buildings are vet symmetrical and the architecture of and inside the churches and cathedrals is amazing. Even the kids are impressed. Charlotte has taken to being a photographer some her pictures are fantastic ...

    Salzburg, Austria

    A travel blog entry by julie.wermers on Jul 31, 2015

    15 photos

    Salzburg, Austria

    We spent only one day in Salzburg so I am sure there was much more to see. We started out trying to find a place to park - holy cow that took some time and patience. There are thousands of people visiting this town daily.

    By this time, we have also figured out to plan our potty breaks when a bathroom was available and we had ...

    The hills are alive with the Sound of Music

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Jul 30, 2015

    5 photos

    On my way to Salzburg I took a detour to visit the little town of Mauthausen, where there was a concentration camp established during WWII. My reason for visiting Mauthausen Concentration Camp and memorial was because during year 11 history I completed an assignment on it and thought it would be interesting to visit. I was glad I did visit the camp although it was a very confronting and surreal experience. As part of the visit you can also go to the stone quarry ...

    The hills are alive with a change of plan

    A travel blog entry by shellpom on Jul 24, 2012

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... bars of which are eminently singable. When he wasn’t penning classical hits, he was figuring out that children like to play and sing and clap and dance. And when they are happy doing those fun things, they learn really well on the way. And lo and behold, he reckoned that if Music Educators keep this as a central idea/pebble, they can help anyone become a rounded, mentally-sound musician and individual. You can see why I think this might be something worth ...

    Accidental Renaissance Fair

    A travel blog entry by audreytravels on Jul 10, 2011

    35 photos

    Peety and I were planning on walking around Burghausen, Germany (about 20 minutes away from the apartment) and exploring the town for the day and walking up to the castle. In my very first post once I got here, I mentioned that we passed the castle on the way to his apartment. It's the longest castle in Europe - over a kilometer long. We have passed it while driving a number of times (it's on the main road going north), but we've never stopped at ...