4 nights at Austria

Going to travel there in July with my parents and brother for my pa's 60th birthday. Any recommendations?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I just got back from 2 days in Vienna and 2 days in Bad Ischl, this is what Hallstatt looked like on the 22nd
    honestly it bored me out of my mind, there's almost nothing to do and the weather was shit. I spent all the time taking photos for my gf
    Gmunden, which we also went to, was equally boring

    I would say don't expect to do anything fun culturally if you're in upper Austria
    vienna is much better for that

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You fell for the meme. Go to St Wolfgang im Salzkammergut instead and take the cog wheel train up the mountain. You'll all be much happier. I enjoyed Vienna, but 2 days is as much time as I'd recommend there. There's one gorgeous area of the city and a few great palace museums, but the rest of the city is just a city. For early summer, I'd skip Vienna and do Salzburg instead.

      imagine being bored in Vienna after two days. kek. Smells like generic Chinese tourists. If all you do is see the sights and take pictures, you might as well not go. Just 3d view google maps that shit. Even if you don't like the city there's plenty to do. Even though my question would be why to go on a city trip in the first place. Let me put it this way. If you don't like Vienna you can hardskip most of Europe. Vienna is easily the best city in central Europe.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I was not bored in Vienna, moron, read my post again - I'm referring to Hallstatt
        I got bored because the weather was shit in Salzkammergut and there's not much to do

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's 3 times as expensive in Vienna as it is in Prague or Budapest. You get really spoiled drinking 1 euro beers in Prague only to show up in Vienna and pay California prices for going out to a bar at night. The restaurants all only serve two things: chicken that has been smashed with a hammer and deep fried in corn flakes, and pork sausage. The main part of town is very pretty and clean, but you can walk it in an afternoon. The two things that Vienna has are the opera, and a bunch of museums. I hate opera and I don't think most people go on vacation to walk around and look at paintings for 2 weeks. You can't swim in the river because it's too dirty. The weather sucks for 8 months of the year. It's flat, unlike a lot of Austria that is mountainous and beautiful. The people are stuffy and uptight like the Germans. I'll take Prague any day over Vienna.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >If all you do is see the sights and take pictures, you might as well not go.
        What do you do then? I always feel a bit lost when traveling, unsure about what to do and if what I'm planning to is worth the time

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Go on hikes, kayak, snowboard, find cool bars, eat good food, explore nearby towns, shop for clothes and souvenirs, swim, cliff jump, go to wineries, make friends, take tours, go to museums, take photos, get on tinder and hookup with local chicks.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Hallstatt is such a (Chinese) tourist trap. The salt mines can be quite interesting but thats about it

      However, the region (Salzkammergut) itself with its many lakes is really beautiful and very nice spot to go hiking

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      OP here, would you recommend we rent a car for 1-2 days or just rely on public transport?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        in Vienna public transport is great and there is no need for a car
        in upper austria there is the train and bus network which is very extensive and not that pricey
        most people do rent cars but I didn't and had no trouble
        I will add that parking seems to be nightmarishly expensive and inconvenient

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        in Vienna public transport is great and there is no need for a car
        in upper austria there is the train and bus network which is very extensive and not that pricey
        most people do rent cars but I didn't and had no trouble
        I will add that parking seems to be nightmarishly expensive and inconvenient

        Austrian public transport is god-tier.
        Literally can turn on gps, press 'go' on the app, then 'stop' when you've arrived. It'll just bill you the next day for the cheapest possible combination you could've taken on bus, train, metro, etc.

        Trains have sections for kids to play, business meeting rooms, decent restaurants, places for bikes, etc. It's like the people who've developed the network actually take a huge amount of pride in it.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You fell for the meme. Go to St Wolfgang im Salzkammergut instead and take the cog wheel train up the mountain. You'll all be much happier. I enjoyed Vienna, but 2 days is as much time as I'd recommend there. There's one gorgeous area of the city and a few great palace museums, but the rest of the city is just a city. For early summer, I'd skip Vienna and do Salzburg instead.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Go to St Wolfgang
      I wanted to go here for the second day but my gf was feeling unwell, and she gets very easily carsick, so we took the train to boring Gmunden instead. there are only buses going to St Wolfgang and St Gilgen
      she had vomited in a bin on the vienna metro 2 days before so I wasn't willing to take any chances

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >she had vomited in a bin on the vienna metro 2 days before
        She sounds like a catch

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/8zPKzed.jpeg

          I just got back from 2 days in Vienna and 2 days in Bad Ischl, this is what Hallstatt looked like on the 22nd
          honestly it bored me out of my mind, there's almost nothing to do and the weather was shit. I spent all the time taking photos for my gf
          Gmunden, which we also went to, was equally boring

          I would say don't expect to do anything fun culturally if you're in upper Austria
          vienna is much better for that

          The fact he didn't mention it was packed with Chinese people would in fact mean he himself is Chinese. Hence his gf having a weak stomach and car sick. Also being bored surrounded mountains? yeah, that's a you problem.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            she is Chinese but I am not
            also it's mainly Koreans

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          She is a catch, people Vomit kn the streets every day, I've yet to see any Vomit in a bit, Bins aren't everywhere and she managed to keep the awareness while being on the verge of throwing up to seek one out, as not to be a disgusting piece of shit like everyone's else. Anakn has a good Chinese nu ren.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Vienna is alright but the alps are the best part of Austria. Your dad is in good enough shape to hike? Go to Salzkammergut or Tirol and go check out some alms and eat traditional alpine food and drink beer in truly picturesque landscapes.

    If he isn't very mobile, even just driving through the alps is amazing. Try the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      +1 for driving through the Alps and checking out villages.

      Is Austria expensive?I have a feeling it is and won't bother if so.

      It's definitely more expensive than Slovenia or Czech, but not as bad as Switzerland. You get really spoiled drinking giant beers in Czech for less than 2 euros. It doesn't taste as good when they cost 3 times as much in Austria or 5 times as much in Swiss.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Is Austria expensive?I have a feeling it is and won't bother if so.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    White people with chinese gfs embarras everyone.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I want to go camping this summer (bike tour along the Inn river), I messaged Campingplatz 2 weeks ago and still no answers? are they still not open?
    also do you know a website for booking Campingplatz?

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Personally, if I was going all the way to Australia I's want to stay more than 4 nights.

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