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

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III. TYROL..
13. Innsbruck and Environs128
Schloss Ambras; the Lanserköpfe; Igls; Weiherburg;
Mühlau, 132-133.
14. From Innsbruck to Salzburg viâ Kufstein and Rosenhelm134
Kellerjoch. From Jenbach to the Achensee. 134. — Ziller-
tal. Gerlos. Tuxer-Tal. From Mairhofen to Sterzing
over the Pfitscher Joch, 135. — Chiemsee, 136.
15. From Bregenz to Innsbruck. The Arlberg Railway137
Gebhardsberg, 137. — Pfänder. Bregenzer Wald. From the
Schröcken to Stuben and Oberstdorf, 138. — Hohe Fre-
schen. From Feldkirch to Buchs. Hohe Frassen. Lüner-
See; Scesaplana, 139. — Montafon Valley. Arlberg Pass,
140. — From Imst to Reutte over the Fern Pass, 141.
— Pitztal; Taufkarjoch; Oelgruben-Joch, etc. Oetztal,
142. — Martinswand. From Zirl to Mittenwald viâ
Scharnitz, 143.
16. From Innsbruck to Botzen by the Brenner143
Stubai-Tal, 144. — Rosskopf. Ridnaun-Tal, 146. — Grö-
dener-Tal. Kastelruth; Seis; Schlern, 147. — Sarntal;
Ritten; Eggental, 149. — Ueberetsch; Kaltern; Mendel, 150.
17. From Botzen to Meran150
Excursions from Meran. From Meran to the Baths of Rabbi
through the Ulten-Tal. The Passeier. From St. Leon-
hard to Sterzing over the Jaufen and to Sölden over the
Timmel-Joch, 153.
18. From Landeck to Meran. Finstermünz154
Kaunser-Tal, 154. — Martell-Tal, 155.
19. From Eyrs (Landeck, Meran) to Colico on the Lake of
Como. Stelvio Pass
156
Sulden-Tal. Ortler, 157. — Umbrail Pass; Piz Umbrail,
158. — From Bormio to Santa Caterina, 159.
20. From Botzen to Verona160
The Valley of the Avisio, 160. — Val di Non and Val di
Sole. From San Michele to Madonna di Campiglio 161.
— From Trent to Bassano through the Val Sugana, 162. —
From Trent to Campiglio, 163.
21. From Mori to Riva. Lago di Garda164
Fall of the Ponale; Varone; Valle di Ledro, 165.
22. From Franzensfeste to Villach. Pustertal167
Enneberg or Gader Tal. Passes to the Gröden and Fassa
valleys, 167. — Kronplatz. Tauferer-Tal; Raintal. Pragser-
Tal, 168. — Sexten-Tal. Millstätter-See, 169.
23. From Toblach to Belluno. Val Ampezzo170
Monte Pian, 170. — From Cortina to Schluderbach viâ Tre
Croci; Lago di Misurina. From Cortina to Caprile viâ the
Falzarego Pass, 171. — From Ponte nelle Alpi to Vittorio
( Venice). From Belluno to Caprile viâ Agordo, 172.
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For a detailed description of Tyrol, with mountain-ascents, see Baedeker's Eastern Alps 10th Ed., 1903.

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Table of contents

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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