Places to visit in Baden bei Wien, Bruck an der Mur, Liezen, Bad Goisern, Bad Ischl, Strobl, Salzburg

Kreuzteich, Grüner See, Bad Ishl, Salzburg on Sep 27, 2018


Description: One of the wonders of the world - Emerald Lake, located in Austria. His beauty is difficult to understand and, especially, narration. Here you just need to go. A walk along its shores allows one to marvel at the extraordinary beauty and, marveling at it, marvel at the whole universe. The town of Bad Ischl and its ancient restaurant will delight Kazerschmarenn - the favorite dessert of Emperor Franz Josef. It was wonderful adventure! Translated with Google Translate
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440.82 km
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9h 46 m
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Thermenhotel Gutenbrunn
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Thermal hotel, as it is jokingly called, is probably the most hotel in Baden. Firstly, it is the only one that has a covered corridor leading directly to the thermae. Secondly, it is a very beautiful historic building. Thirdly, here, apparently, the local interior designer allowed himself to be fully emancipated, and the lobby resembles a museum, in which the uncombined is wonderfully combined. We stayed here for one night, but, next time you can and extend 😊 Translated with Google Translate
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Car Park Grüner See
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The road to the lake leads through the villages. The terrain is pastoral, well-groomed fields and beautiful houses. Parking is available near the campsite, where you can stay overnight. Many walking routes diverge from here, one of the most sought-after is the one we took. By car, you can drive further to the lake itself, but our route included another lake along the way, which was not originally planned, but it was worth it. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
This lake, “donated” by the route, is called Kresuzov - Kreuzteich. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
The mountain Prybitts towers above the lake. A little more, she will constantly accompany us, reflected in the greenish-blue purest water. It is 1579 meters above sea level and in the “high mountains” of the Hochschwabgebiet in Styria, it makes up the eastern eagle (the maximum height of the ridge is 1835 meters above sea level) - the Lamingtals valley at Tragesche. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
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Here is the Cross Lake itself and Mount Prybitts. There are several options for climbing the mountain, among other things, from the Grüner parking lot - one where you can park, passing by Lake Krestovoy (we will go to this parking later, after walking along the reservoir) . On the left side of Pribitsalm (1405 m above sea level) there is a plateau with a magnificent view of Green Lake - which is the goal of our route. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
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In the lake there is an abundance of mycic, or rainbow trout. This fish was also called Kamchatka salmon, but now this name is used for the species of fish of the salmon family. Rainbow trout can reach up to half a meter in length and weigh up to two kilograms. She likes cool ponds with clean water, like this one. Growing up into an adult, this beautiful fish with a silvery white belly and greenish back with many brown spots on its sides becomes a predator. She is able to devour frogs chicks and small rodents. Mikizha spawns from March to May, when the Cross Lake pereponyaetsya water. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
This amazing lake is filled with water from melting snow in March, and part of the water goes through the dam to the lower course of the Lyaming stream and the complex system of irrigation canals that feed the fertile valley with water. Mikizha in this riot of water spawns and feels great laying off large caviar up to half a centimeter in diameter. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
From here one of the most beautiful views of the lake and Mount Pribits opens. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
The locals walk along the lake and the small chapel pleasantly reminds true Catholics that all the beauty of the earth, as well as the universe, is part of the great plan and work of God. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
In winter, the water in the lake freezes, and it turns into the most beautiful skating rink, where ice casts a blue and emerald color, and on sunny days on its surface, Mount Pribybitz is reflected in its surface. Translated with Google Translate
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Kreuzteich
Kreuzteich
From here, the trail goes up and leads us through the forest to the most beautiful lake - Grünen Z. - Emerald green lake. Translated with Google Translate
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Gerald wenninger
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Right in front of the lake is a huge restaurant. It provides services to tourist groups and bus excursions. But from here different walking routes begin. A popular destination for hiking is through the gorge to Sonnschenalm and Ebenstein. For experienced tourists, a hiking route to Messnerin is recommended. There is also an information and contact center for all divers who simply “flood” the lake in spring. And we just used the municipal toilet. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
Grüner see
Officially, Green Lake is a karst lake in Styria in the Tragesh-Saint-Catherine municipality in Oberort. It lies on the south side of the Hochschwabgruppe mountain range. In late summer - early autumn, the water in the lake reaches its lowest point. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
Grüner see
The lake is filled with water due to its topography, formed by a giant landslide, which descended from the southern flank of the Messnerin massif towards Tragesh in prehistoric times. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
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The lake is filled with water due to the melting of snow on the surrounding mountain slopes. This process is gradual, and the water is very clean. Throughout the year, the water is cold (5-6 ° C), and its level is strongly dependent on the season. The highest water level is reached at the beginning of summer, then the lake is in its very beauty, with a depth of about 10 meters along the coast. In the autumn it almost completely dries out. At this time, meadows with footpaths and benches again come to the surface from under the emerald water. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
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The shade of the waters is really unique and this is caused by an interesting physical phenomenon. Clean, like a tear, the water absorbs infrared light and therefore the lake appears blue-greenish in thick layers of water near the middle. This effect is enhanced by the high content of small, almost turned into powder fragments of limestone rock, which is in the colloidal state of melt waters, which reflects, first of all, blue-green light shades. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
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The mountains around the lake protect it from the winds. The lake is located in a hollow and gets cold air coming down from the mountains with no wind at all. Thus, there are hardly any waves on the lake, and it is almost devoid of intensive evaporation of water on the surface. This allows for a good view of the water column, even from the smallest viewing angle - practically, when the eye just glides over the surface. Bright white limestone, well visible between the grass when the water level in the lake goes down, contributes to an increase in brightness under water when the lake is flooded. Its color seems to be "flickering emerald green." All this leads to extremely high visibility in the water - up to 50 meters, which attracts divers here. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
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Brooks of melting snow does not dry out throughout the year. Water constantly rushing, feeding the lake, only the water is getting smaller, and the air temperature rises higher and the lake grows shallow, almost drying out. Then the first frost comes, the trickle freezes, and with it the lake and everything stands, frozen in an icy tale, waiting for spring and summer, when the lake is filled with water and covers the paths and benches with emerald clear and cold water to shallow again, repeat this ritual again and again. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
Grüner see
The benches around the lake are in amazing places. Exactly where the view is most beautiful and where you want to sit down and admire the beauty. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
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Daviera can enjoy the special effect of "fish eye", which creates a mask of the diver with a solid glass. Because of the calm surface of the water and the constant refraction of light on its surface, a wide-angle, clear view of the forest around and on steep and rocky towering mountains is created below the surface of the water. In the back position, when you look vertically upwards, you can see the mountains on the right and left at the same time, when the telephoto effect of the diving mask disc is compensated by a wide-angle effect on the water surface parallel to it. Translated with Google Translate
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Grüner see
Grüner see
On October 25, 2014, Green Lake was shown on the ORF 9 television show. The lake entered 9 of the most beautiful places in Austria at the choice of viewers, and at the choice of the jury - as the most beautiful little-known place in Austria. This caused the international onslaught of tourists in 2015. Translated with Google Translate
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Almwirtshaus zum hiaslegg
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This is a country road. From here from the top of the array offers a beautiful view of the Oberort area. It goes around the mountain range and takes us to the road on the other side of the mountains. This path shortens the road by half an hour in time and several tens of kilometers. Only in the winter season this way is not recommended. You need to go carefully and not hurry, because the country road does not forgive mistakes. On the pass there is a small tavern and a rescue station for winter tourists who did not calculate the forces. Translated with Google Translate
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Municipal parking
Here is the municipal parking. It is conveniently located and the mono coupon to buy in the machine on against. Bad Ischl is a resort town on the Traun River, in the picturesque Salzkammergut region. It is famous for its terms. It is believed that the land of Bad Ischl was already settled in the Stone Age. And at the beginning of the first century, this area became part of the Roman Empire. At the time of Charles the Great, the lands of Bad Ishl already flourished, but they suffered from the raids of the Hungarians. Translated with Google Translate
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Municipal parking payment station
Here in the machine you need to purchase a ticket and attach it to the glass of the driver's door from the inside. The machine accepts coins and credit cards. Around the year 1000, the land that at that time belonged to the Bavarian Ennov brand finally recovered from the blows of the robbers and quickly resumed salt mining, which led to the prosperity of the region. In the first half of the 12th century, through their followers, the Lords of Horta, Styrian Margraves (almost 1,180 genera) from the Otakar family extended their influence to the Inner Salzkammergut. Their rights were observed in the heritage of Babenberger in 1192. Since then, salt has again become the most important economic resource of the entire Ishlland region, and the first written mention of this place was in 1262 as Ielen, later as Ischl. A century later, under the rule of the Habsburgs, the enterprises of Wildenstein, they opened a new salt mine in Goisern, which caused Archbishop Kondrad IV in Salzburg, and the conflict around the salt monopoly broke out. Translated with Google Translate
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Pfarramt
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Salt continued to play an important role in the life of the city. In 1821, the Viennese doctor Franz Wierer arrived in Ischl and reported on the successes of the physiologist Josef Goetz, who from 1807 observed the effects of salt baths on patients with various diseases of the joints and skin. The first 40 guests of the resort appeared in 1822. The following year, their number doubled. 1823 can be considered the actual year of foundation for the first Ishl spa, based on brine. The salt bath (Tänzelbad), built by Michael Tanzlem in his house on the Traun River, was expanded already in 1825. Translated with Google Translate
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TOM TAILOR Store
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Ischl soon became a resort of European importance. Guests who came to Ischl, became more wealthy and famous. Among them was Chancellor Metternich and the Archduke Rudolph. In 1827, a pair of Archduke Franz Karl and Sophie, the parents of the future Emperor Franz Joseph, first appeared here. The peak of the heyday of Ishel came in the period from 1849 to 1914 as the imperial summer residence of the emperor Franz Joseph. In 1853, Franz Joseph was in love with Elizabeth (Sisi) in the former Seeauerhaus, which is the Museum of the city of Bad Ischl today. Since the summer of 1863, the composer Anton Bruckner annually came to Ischl for the Emperor's birthday, as well as on other holidays of the imperial family as a court organist. Ischl was the summer residence of many other popular composers, most notably Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar and Johann Brahms. Translated with Google Translate
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Stadtgemeinde Bad Ischl
Stadtgemeinde Bad Ischl
The last years of his life spent in Ishl Johann Nepomuk Nestroy. He was born in Vienna at the beginning of the XIX century. He was an actor in Brunn, Graz, Bratislava and Lviv. In 1823, he married for money and was not happy in marriage and loved another woman all his life, the singer Mary Weiler, who gave him two children, and for whom he later made a will. Translated with Google Translate
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Residenz elisabeth
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The famous cafe and hotel Elizabeth - Sisi. On behalf of Franz Josef’s wife, who tragically died at the hands of a terrorist. This hotel stayed Theodore Herzl and Mark Twain. Previously, the hotel was called the Grand Hotel Tallachini. In it, where Princess Sisi (later Empress Elizabeth) accepted the proposal of Emperor Franz Joseph about marriage. This hotel was later renamed the Kaiserin-Elizabeth Hotel and is now the residence of Elizabeth. In the summer of 1908, Edward, the Prince of Wales stayed there. And Nikita Khrushchev and Helmut Koll. Translated with Google Translate
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Franz-Carl-Brunnen (1877)
Franz-Carl-Brunnen (1877)
This fountain mentions the parents of Sisi's fiancé - the parents of Franz Josef - Franz Karl and Sophie. It is made in the neo-Gothic style and carries the figures of a miner (salt mines), a hunter (the Salzkammergut forests) and a fisherman (the Trout River). Translated with Google Translate
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k.u.k. Hofwirt zu ischl
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This is a special place. People come here from all around to taste the real Austrian Kaiserschmarrn. This special dish of Austrian cuisine received a special name in the town of Bad Ischl, where Kaiser Franz Josef made an offer to his beloved Sisi. By the way, in a hotel nearby. Kyzerschmarn (imperial omelette) is made from dough for sweet pancakes, the ingredients are flour, milk, eggs, sugar and a pinch of salt. The dough is fried in a pan until the bottom side is cooked. Then, in the process of frying, the dough is divided into small pieces and fried until crispy. This beauty is served with powdered sugar or jam, and here, in this restaurant, it is poured with rum and set on fire. That is the secret and special taste. Translated with Google Translate
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Bezirksgericht Bad Ischl
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The Congress and Theater House (formerly Kurhaus) was built between 1873 and 1875 by architect Michel. Thanks to the imperial summer residence, which became Bad Ischl in the second half of the 19th century, it was necessary to create a place for concerts and balls. In 1872, the so-called “Pfifferlingfeld” bought the city's manipital and built the Kurhaus there. In 1965, a devastating fire destroyed most of the building. By decision of the city, the house was rebuilt, but retaining its style and spirit of the imperial era. In 1997, it was renamed "Kongress & Theatrehaus". Today it hosts balls, cultural events and various performances of the famous Lehar Bad Ischl festival. Translated with Google Translate
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The evening streets of the city cast the music of distant days, when ladies in evening dresses strolled along the streets, and their gentlemen walked slowly, minting a step with a cane on the pavement. Whether at home, or phone booths inspired by these images, but no matter how you say it, something old and frank in this garden is undoubtedly present. Translated with Google Translate
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Kur-Apotheke Bad Ischl
Kur-Apotheke Bad Ischl
Cour Apoteke. Not some kind of pharmacy there, and chickens - almost imperial. In general, the town really enjoys success among the spa resorts. For example, Sophie - the mother of Emperor Franz Yosif gave birth to four healthy children and, they say, it was after the treatment in Bad Ishel. Translated with Google Translate
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Nearby, Johan Nestera spent the last years of his life nearby. Remember? Actor in Vienna and in Lviv? Translated with Google Translate
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Brasserie 3 PRINZEN
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Bar Three Princes. We are talking about the three brothers Franz Josef. About Maximilian - the last monarch of Mexico. About Karl Ludwig - the father of Franz Ferdinant, the murder of which was the beginning of the First World War. Franz Ludwig, on his journey to Egypt and Palestine, drank the waters of the Jordan River, fell ill with typhus and died. And about Ludwig - an extravagant male lover who has gone mad at the end of years. Translated with Google Translate
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Parish church of sv. Nicholas - the patron saint of sailors - is the oldest church in the city. The written mention of the church dates back to the year 1320. According to the charter of 1344, all barges loaded with salt that passed by Ischl were to pay tax to the church ze Sand Niclas ze Ischl. Nowadays, the River Traun is an important inland waterway. The former church stretched from the still existing tower to the east. And on the square in front of the present church there was a cemetery. Translated with Google Translate
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Zum Knecht - Der Pavillon v der der Trinkhalle
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Trinkhalle was built in 1829 by Franz Loessl as the first public bath for brine. In 1823, the first bathroom had already appeared in Ischl equipped with saline from Josef Görz. The new building with graceful Corinthian columns was called Solbad or Virbad by the name of Franz Virer, the Vienna personal physician of the Emperor Franz Joseph. Virer celebrated the glory of Ishl as a summer resort and spa center. In addition to various baths, drinking solutions with mineral water were introduced. Hence the name: Drinking House. Translated with Google Translate
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