4.5 based on 60 reviews
There are two own squares in Scharding, an Upper and Lower. They are within 20 yards of each other. The May pole was looking pretty sad and neglected but the cafes around the square were very crowded and the town was bustling. There were several pieces of public art and it was a nice public space....but I'll bet the place is another world around the Christmas time.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
You have to wind your way through town to find this small park but the view is worth the hike. And there is a peace and serenity about the place that is refreshing to a haggard tourist. There area lot of small things to see on the walk to the park..city walls, a playground, several cafes and public art.Aside from being a picturesque little town, I am not sure what would draw a tourist to Schardling, but if you are there, the Schlosspark is worth a stop.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
The picture perfect square is amazing. The buildings are painted to tell illiterate people what type of goods was (and is) sold in each store. All pastel colors, very pleasing to the eye. Sit down, have a coffee, admire the buildings and the statue of St Christopher. And then take a walk around the old castle too.
4 based on 7 reviews
3.5 based on 8 reviews
A perfect place for a cold morning run to get you started. Great view and if you are lucky you will see some small animals on the forest side. If you plan to go far get a map from the available trails at you hotel. Forstinger hotel have them. If you cross the Bridges there you are on Germany, so is worth the ride :)
5 based on 1 reviews
This was one of our optional tours with Viking and it was one of our favorites. You start at the tiny town of Neuhaus am Inn where you board a recreated salt barge and sail on the Emerald green waters of the Inn River. You start with a beer and pretzel, then have lots of time to take wonderful photos or just relax. The barge is like what was used to haul salt in the medieval times, very shallow, flat bottomed, with a lower level with windows and an upper level with a roof. We ended at a walking bridge that connected Germany and Austria, built after the EU was created.
We would definitely recommend this and would go again
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