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

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IV. styria, carinthia, carniola, and istria.
24. From Vienna to Gratz.173
Gnainfarn. Merkenstein, 174. — From Neustadt to Aspang, 175.
25. From Mörzuschlag to Mariazell and Bruck on the Mur177
From Mörzsteig to Mariazell viâ Frein, 178. — Excursions
from Mariazell: Erlafsee, Lassing Fall. From Mariazell
to Gaming; to St. Polten; to Gross-Reifling, 179. — From
Wegscheid to Weichselboden over the Eastenriegel. Hoch-
schwab, 180. — St. Ilgen, 181.
26. From Linz to St. Michael viâ Steyr181
From Garsten to Agonitz, 181. — From Hieflau to Leoben viâ
Eisenerz, 182. — From Selztal to Aussee and Bisehofs-
hofen, 183.
27. Gratz and Environs184
Excursions from Gratz: Buchkogel, Schöckel, Tobelbad.
From Gratz to Köflach. From Gratz to Klagenfurt viâ
Schwauberg. The Schwanberg Alps, 188, 189.
28. From Gratz to Trieste.189
From Spielfeld to Luttenberg, 190. — Bad Rohitsch; Donati-
berg. Gonobitz. Bad Neuhaus. From Cilli to Unter-Drau-
burg. Franz-Josefs-Bad, 191. — From Steinbrück to Agram.
Gottschee, 192. — Quicksilver Mines of Idria. Adelsherg
Grotto, 193. — Lueg; Präwald. Crown Prince Rudolph Grotto.
Grottoes of St. Canzian, 194. — From Diviča to Pola, 195.
29. From Marburg to Villach195
From Unter-Drauburg to Zeltweg. Lavant-Tal. Eisen-
kappel; Vellacher Bad; viâ the Seeberg to Krainburg, 196.
— Dobratsch, 198.
30. From Laibach to Villach199
Veldes and its environs; Wochein; Terglou, 199. — The
Weissenfels Lakes, 200.
31. From Bruck to Villach and Udine( Venice)200
From Unzmarkt to Mauterndorf. From Launsdorf to
Hüttenberg, 201. — From Glandorf to Klagenfurt. Gailtal
Railway, 202. — Luschariberg, 203.
32. Trieste204
Miramar; Muggia; Capodistria, etc. From Trieste to Her-
pelje and Pola, 207.
33. From Trieste to Villach. Isonzo Valley208
Aquilcia; Grado, 208.
34. From St. Peter to Abbazia and Fiume.209
Excursions from Abbazia. Monte Maggiore, 210.
35. From Trieste to Pola and Fiume.211

24. From Vienna to Gratz.

140 M. Southern railway in 4½-8 hrs. (fares 19 K. 60, 14 K. 70, 9 K. 60, express 25 K. 50, 19 K. 10, 12 K. 50 h.). Best views to the right as far as Payerbach, then to the left. — A glimpse at the interesting *Semmering Railway may be obtained by going as far as Mürzzuschlag, and returning the same day (return-tickets 21 K. 20, 15 K. 15 K. 90, 10 K. 40 h., by Sun. exeursion trains in summer, 2nd cl. 6, 3rd cl. 4 K.). See Baedeker's Eastern, Alps.

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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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