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Escorted Rail Tours to Wolfgangsee

Enjoy the lakeside beauty of Lake Wolfgangsee

One of the best known lakes in Austria's Lake District, the emerald waters of Wolfgangsee stretch for about six miles through some truly outstanding scenery. The lake is also lined by some popular towns along its shores, including the enchantingly pretty market town of St Wolfgang and the equally attractive St Gilgen. The lake and the town are named after the local Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg who, according to legend, built the first church in the town of the same name in the late 10th century. As the lake is so large, the end by St Gilgen is also sometimes referred to as Abersee. With such beautiful scenery and a number of activities and attractions on offer, the lake has naturally attracted many tourists over the years.

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The Austrian Lake District

Idyllic Lake Traunsee, UNESCO-protected Hallstatt, picturesque Wolfgangsee and Mozart's celebrated home city of Salzburg: this tour of the Salzkammergut region takes us by train, boat and coach through the spectacular scenery of the wonderful Austrian lakes.

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St Wolfgang

This popular town has many attractions, including the 14th century pilgrimage church, a slightly later rebuild of the earlier one built by St Wolfgang. It is also home to the White Horse Inn, famous as the setting of a musical comedy by Oscar Blumenthal.

St Gilgen

Known as the birthplace of Mozart's mother, the charming town boasts a number of pretty buildings, as well as a cable car running to the summit of the Zwölferhorn Mountain at 4,990 feet (1,521 metres).

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