• Salzburg · 45km · 1 hour 15 minutes
Birmingham, Glasgow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle
So what's it like?
The view from the slopes behind St Gilgen, with the sparkling lake and peaks beyond, is one of the best known landscapes of the Salzkammergut, made famous by the film The Sound of Music. Picturesque scenery, traditional architecture and an excellent choice of activities make this an ideal choice for you to discover the surrounding area. Take a lake steamer to explore other lakeside villages or just take a leisurely cruise on the ferry to St. Wolfgang. St Gilgen is steeped in history and your often hear it linked to Mozart. His mother was born here, his grandfather worked here and his sister lived here for 17 years. As a result you’re often here St Gilgen referred to as the Mozart village.
Available from £200 (return)
The Salzkammergut Card gives reductions of up to 30% on local bus fares, entrances to attractions, cable cars, ferry rides, leisure facilities and much more. Available locally for approximately €5 for adults. Children up to and including 15 years will receive discounts automatically when accompanied by an adult with the card.
There is a bus service to Bad Ischl, St. Wolfgang, Fuschl, Mondsee and Salzburg. There is also a ferry to St. Wolfgang and Strobl and a cable car, the Zwölferhorn lift, can be taken from the resort centre.
• On the shores of Lake Wolfgang, one of the prettiest towns in the region
• Lively and traditional, with regular festivals, there’s always plenty going on
• Fantastic for activities, especially watersports
Twin centre suggestion
Why not try a twin centre combining 7 days in the charming Parkhotel Billroth in St. Gilgen with 7 days in the elegant Grand Hotel Toplice in the Slovenian resort of Bled? Or opt for a city add-on of 3 or 4 days in Salzburg or Vienna.
Transfer to your second centre is usually by coach or minibus and may be via the airport. Call us to book.