How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Landgasthof Kohlpeter Salzburg
Travel Blogs from Salzburg
... water. The boats on the lake are all electric to preserve the cleanliness and peacefulness of the area. At one point on the trip the guide gets his trumpet out, and plays a tune next to the cliffside called the Echowand, and depending on the weather the notes echo one or two times - all very funky ...
A million fallen leaves, a cliff face and many rose prickles later Brendan found himself body surfing down towards the gorge legs first. An anxious couple of seconds followed as he struggled up the muddy mountain back to relative safety. Deciding we were not to leave empty handed ...
After our 5 hours in Munich, we headed out to Salzburg, Austria. Do you remember that in Hungary, we somehow averted border disaster with regards to the refugee/migration situation?Well it caught up to us. Our train out of Munich was cancelled secondary to border closures with Austria. So after a nanosecond of anxiety, we figured out that ...
I don't agree with Rick Steves that the Salzburg museums could essentially be missed. Perhaps what he means is, that there is so much to do, they are not the main reason that one goes to Salzburg. Or not. Salzburg Museum Mind you, I only went to two museums, but my experience was quite the opposite. Also, likely has something to do with my own interests. First thing in the morning on "Samstag" - I had on my headphones all ready to do the RS walking tour I'd downloaded ...
... steep cable car takes you up to (steeper than the
one at Katoomba and much, much faster).
Up in the fortress there are the most spectacular views, down onto the town
(where the population is quite small for a city- only 150,000) and out to the
Alps, which luckily for us were snow covered. We explored the fortress
(unfortunately a lot of the displays were only in German, so we translated the
very bare minimum we could) and then returned to the town to ...