Austria-Hungary: Including Dalmatia and Bosnia; Handbook for Travellers

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VIII. HUNGARY, CROATIA, AND SLAVONIA.
56. From Vienna to Budapest viâ Marchegg321
From Dévény-Ujfalu to Skalitz, 322. — From Neuhäusel
to Privigye. From Párkány-Nána to Balassa-Gyarmat, 324.
57. From Vienna to Budapest viâ Bruck and Neu-Szöny325
From Raab to Ebenfurt; to Uj-Dombovár. From Komorn-
Neu-Szöny to Stuhlweissenburg, 326.
58. The Danube from Vienna to Budapest327
From Gran to Budapest, 329.
59. Budapest and its Environs330
60. From Budapest to Ruttka (Oderberg)347
From Hatvan to Szolnok. From Kis-Terenne to Kaál-
Kápolna. From Altsohl to Zólyom-Brezó. Neusohl. Schem-
nitz, 348. — Vihnye. Szkleno, 349.
61. From Budapest to Kaschau and Eperjes349
Gyöngyös, 349. — Erlau. Diósgyör. Baths of Tapolcza.
From Miskolcz to Torna, 350. — Bankó. Ránk-Herlein.
From Kaschau to Torna, 351. — Bartfeld. From Eperjes
to Neu-Sandec. Krynica. Szczawnica, 351, 352.
62. From Pressburg to Zsolna. Valley of the Waag352
63. From Oderberg to Kaschau353
Rajecz-Teplicz, 354. — Koritnicza. Djumbir. Deménfalva
Cavern. Kozi Kamen, 355. — From Poprád to Pudlein.
Leutschau, 356. — Schwarzenberg. Kirchdrauf. From
Margitfalu to Schmöllnitzhütte, 357.
64. The Hohe Tatra357
a. Road from the Lake of Csorba to Taltra-Höhlenhain, 359.
— b. Alt-, Neu-, and Unter-Schmecks. Kohlbach Valley;
Schlagendorfer, Eisthaler, and Lomnitzer Spitze; Felka
Valley; Gerlsdorfer Spitze, etc., 361, 362. — c. Lake of
Csorba. Mengsdorf Valley. Meeraugspitze. Osterva. Kriván.
Mlinica Valley. Patria. Tatraspitze, 362, 363. — d. Tatra-
Lomnitz-Matlarenau, 364. — e. Tatra Höhlenhain. Bela
Stalactite Cavern, 365. — f. From Javorina to the Grosse
Fischsee and into the Fünfseen-Tal, 365. — g. Zakopane, 366.
65. From Kaschau to Marmaros Sziget367
From Legenye-Mihályi to Neu-Zagórz, 367. — From Csap
to Nagy Berezna. From Bátyu. to Lawoczne, 368.
66. From Budapest to Miskolcz viâ Debreczin369
From Debreczin to Füzes-Abony, 369. — From Szerencs
to Sátoralja-Ujhely, 370.
67. From Fülek to Bánréve, Dobschau, and Miskolcz370
From Feled to Theissholz. From Pelsüez to Murány.
Krasznahorka, 371.
68. From Debreczin to Máramaros Sziget372
From Nagy-Károly to Zilah. From Szátmar-Németi to
Naggybánya, 372. — Szlatina. Rónaszék. Sugatag. From
Máramaros Sziget to Körösmezö. Csorna-Hora. Popp Ivan,
etc., 373, 374.
69. From Budapest to Klausenburg viâ Grosswardein374
From Szolnok to Temesvár viâ Arad, 374. — From Arad
to Brád, 375. — From Grosswardein to Ér-Mihályfalva;
to Vaskoh, 376.

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Table of contents

  • Money-Table ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Maps x
  • Introduction xi
  • Abbreviations xviii
  • I - Vienna and Its Environs 1
  • Contents 1
  • II - Upper and Lower Austria, Salzkammergut, and Salzburg 83
  • Contents 83
  • III - Tyrol.. 127
  • Contents 127
  • IV - Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Istria 173
  • Contents 173
  • V - Bohemia and Moravia 215
  • Contents 215
  • VI - Galicia and the Bukowina 275
  • Contents 275
  • VII - Dalmatia 289
  • Contents 289
  • VIII - Hungary, Croatia, and Slavonia 317
  • Contents 317
  • IX - Transylvania 401
  • Contents 401
  • X - Bosnia and the Herzegovina 427
  • Contents 427
  • Index 443
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