Things to see and do - Schärding
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Schärding Travel guide
Schärding : Michelin's recommendations
Since the Middle Ages, Schärding's favourable position on the Inn allowed trade to flourish in salt, wood, tuff, marble and even wine, and it received its own charter in 1316. Schärding belonged to the Wittelsbach family, who built a castle here, of which only the gateway remains. It became an Austrian town in the 18C. It is worth strolling round this pretty little town, whose Stadtplatz, features the Silberzeile, a row of colourful houses built by former wealthy merchants.
Tourist attractions Schärding : Things to see and do
Stadtplatz A - 4780 Schärding
This square, overlooked by the majestic church tower, is divided into an upper section with a slope and its "Grätzel" closed by the Linz Gate (Linzer Tor), and a lower section with St George's Fountain and its wrought-iron grille in the cen..
Kirchengasse A - 4780 Schärding
The late-Baroque parish church, completed in 1724 and dedicated to St George, is away from the Stadtplatz, an unusual feature in the area. The fine proportions give the well-lit nave great majesty. The side altar on the left is adorned with an altarp..
Innlände A - 4780 Schärding
For a picturesque view of Schärding, it is worth taking a stroll on the Innlände along the Inn, where the landing stage for river cruise boats can be found. Neuhaus monastery buildings can be made out on the other side of the river.
Passauer Straße 8 A - 4780 Schärding
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Innbruckstraße 6 A - 4780 Schärding
Prix Prices from : 48 €
Located in the centre of Schärding, Hotel Schärdinger Hof is just 100 metres from the Baroque town square. It offers free WiFi. The traditionally furnished rooms at Hotel Schärdinger Hof offer satellite TV, a work desk, and a bathroom with hairdryer..
Schlossgasse 2-6 A - 4780 Schärding