Things to see and do - Lienz
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Lienz : Michelin's recommendations
Lienz, East Tyrol's main town, lying in the shadow of the Dolomites, is the southern terminus of roads to the Grossglockne and Felbertauern. It is at its most lively in Summer, when the main square or Hauptplatz, with its palm trees, flowers and café terraces, takes on a distinct southern appearance.
Tourist attractions Lienz : Things to see and do
A - 9900 Lienz
Thanks to a 5.2km tunnel through the Hohe Tauern ridge, this all-year round road has ended the isolation of the eastern Tyrol (Lienz), brought about by the 1919 frontier changes which effectively separated it from the northern Tyrol (Innsbruck). The ..
Hauptplatz A - 9900 Lienz
In Summer, Lienz's main square has a southern atmosphere, with palm trees, flowers and café terraces. The Town Hall is housed in the early-17C Liebburg, whose two round towers particularly stand out. Eastwards, the square is closed by the charming Ba..
Pfarrgasse 4 A - 9900 Lienz
The Church of St Andrew combines a late-Gothic nave with an 18C chancel. It boasts one of the oldest organs in Austria and fine wall paintings were uncovered during its renovation in 1968. There are magnificent 16C tombstones under the gallery. The o..
Iseltalerstraße 21 A - 9900 Lienz
Located at the foot of the Lienz Dolomites, Gasthof Schlossberghof is a 10-minute walk from the centre of Lienz. The ski lift is 80 metres away. Rooms at the Schlossberghof have a bathroom and cable TV. Most have a balcony. All rooms and bathrooms w..
Fanny-Wibmer-Pedit-Straße 2 A - 9900 Lienz
Prix Prices from : 110 €
This luxury 5-star hotel offers an exclusive ambience in the heart of the picturesque town of Lienz in East Tyrol, surrounded by the scenic mountains of the Lienz Dolomites. Guests benefit from a large spa area and an award-winning restaurant. The s..
Moarfeldweg 18 A - 9900 Lienz
Prix Prices from : 72 €