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World Heritage Viewing Platform in Hallstatt

The World Heritage viewing platform towers 360 meters over the picturesque lakeside town of Hallstatt.

Accessible viewing platform for everyone

The imposing structure weights no less than 12 tonnes and took 2 months to build. Of course the heavy pieces used to construct it had to be lifted up the side of the mountain by helicopter. Since August 2013 this spectacular attraction has been open to visitors.

Especially exciting for seniors and families, this platform also has a panorama lift, a panorama bridge as well as the Salzberg cable car which means it is easily accessible for everyone. Alternatively there is a hiking path up to the Rudolfsturmto enjoy the fantastic views!

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World Heritage View in 360°

Tourist information Hallstatt

Seestraße 99, 4830 Hallstatt
Tel.: +43 5 95095-30
Fax: +43 5 95095 14

Opening times tourist information Hallstatt

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