It's strange thinking of a cemetery as a site you'd recommend some visit, but it truly is beautiful and worth a visit.
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If you’re a Sound of Music fan then make sure you check out this place. We almost walked past it but noticed the hoards of people so we went and checked it out. It’s really beautiful and served as the inspiration for the scenes with...More
not a bad place to spend eternity except for the fact that you don't get to enjoy the views. really nice cemetery as far as beauty - the views from here are amazing - the huge rock face with the windows built into it -...More
If a cemetery can be described as beautiful then this one is. The layout is great and the graves are all so different and well cared for. There are also large family plots behind railings - this area was the inspiration for one of the...More
Very interesting and informative walk of what the customs were in the old days to bury the people. In the same walk you can pay a couple euros and go up to a couple other plots that are higher up on the wall of the...More
This is a beautiful cemetery, but its also a good site for Sound of Music fans. No, the filming didn't take place here, but it was the inspiration for the gated tombs in the escape scene.
This is an interesting place to visit to break up all the castles and churches and museums you may be visiting on your trip. It was just at the bottom of the funicular which takes you to the top of the fort. We only went...More
Situatedd besdie the Stiftskirche St Peter, it is worth taking a few minutes to pass through the cemetery which is apparently thee oldest in Austria. Having a wheelchair user with us meant we could not access the catacombs.
Probably not a place to take your kids, but quiet adults will relish the beauty of the grounds next to St Peters. Take a tour through the carved catacombs up in the walls. Very Cool!
A corner in Old Town sandwiched by the funicular, the cliff, the cathedral and St Peters Church. A very old cemetery but well maintained and still "in use" judging by recent dates on the stones. There is also a very old but interesting chapel on...More