Things to see and do - Sankt Veit an der Glan
Sankt Veit an der Glan Travel guide
Sankt Veit an der Glan : Michelin's recommendations
St. Veit was the seat of the Dukes of Carinthia until 1518, when it ceded the role of regional capital to Klagenfurt. However, its ramparts, picturesque streets, two squares lined with pretty, three-storey houses and their arcaded courtyards make it a most charming town. Modern architecture has made a recent and very visible intrusion in town, with Austria's longest glass passage and the surprising and richly-coloured "Artistic Hotel" by Ernst Fuchs.
Tourist attractions Sankt Veit an der Glan : Things to see and do
Kirchplatz 1 A - 9300 Sankt-Veit-an-der-Glan
This early-13C church dedicated to St Guy has a vault with intersecting ribs and a Chapel of St Bernard added in the 15C. The late-Baroque high altar and pulpit are by Johann Pacher, a local wood carver. The north side of the choir has 15C frescoes t..
Hauptplatz A - 9300 St-Veit-an-der-Glan
Narrow alleys lead to the main square, which is a sea of flowers from Spring to Autumn. It is surrounded by characteristic, mostly three-storey houses. Of the three structures which distinguish the square, the most interesting stands next to the trad..
Hauptplatz A - 9300 Sankt-Veit-an-der-Glan
The graceful, late-Gothic town hall boasts a pilaster-laden façade, adorned with Baroque stuccowork by Joseph Pittner from 1754. Its Gothic-arched gateway and vaulted passage lead to the Renaissance inner courtyard , one of the finest in Carinthia,..
Hotels Sankt Veit an der Glan
Bürgergasse 7 A - 9300 Sankt Veit an der Glan
Opened in September 2008, the Blumenhotel is just a few minutes' walk away from the town centre of St. Veit an der Glan, Carinthia's City of Flowers. It offers a natural swimming pond. The concept behind this 4-star hotel is dedicated to a floral th..
Prof. Ernst-Fuchs-Platz 1 A - 9300 Sankt Veit an der Glan
Decorated with unique shapes and creative colours, Hotel Fuchspalast is located in the centre of St. Veit an der Glan. The well-known Austrian painter Ernst Fuchs designed the building and the interior decoration in the style of Fantastic Realism. T..