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Schladming is a small - former - mining town in the Enns valley part of Styria (Austria), that is now a very popular large winter sports resort. It has a great view on the Dachstein mountains.
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Points of Interest in Radstadt
- Dachstein Mountains (Dachsteingebirge). The Dachstein Mountains are a mountain range in the Alps with its highest peak, the Hoher Dachstein (2,995 m). The area Dachstein Krippenstein is a hot spot for the ski/snowboard free rider scene. During summer lots of paths or climbing opportunities are to be found in this mountains.
- Rathaus (ehem. Palais Coburg), Coburgstraße 45. The palais was built in 1884 by prince August zu Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha. The villa was used as hunting castle. During the German National-socialistic regime in 1940 it was bought by the town.
- Heimatmuseum (ehem. Bruderlade (Knappenspital)), Talbachgasse 110, ☎ +43 664 5398185. January-April Tu, Th 14:00-16:00, We 12:00-14:00. It was built in 1661 as social service place for the miners. In 1989 it opened as museum documenting the mining past of Schladming. The Ehrlich collection shows minerals and fossils. Next to it is a garden with traditional farmer tools. €5.50, €7.50 including a "Schnapserl".
- Salzburger Tor, Salzburgerstraße. The gate dating back to 1629 is part of the former old town fortifications.
The population of Schladming is only 4,367 (2012) inhabitants, but because it is a well-known European winter sports resort during the season it is swarming with tourists from home and abroad. It held the 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
Planai is the most important mountain with many ski routes and the other popular place for skiers is Hochwurzen.
Several shops and boutiques are located within the city limits and many restaurants, so called 'hüttes' is located all around the city, mostly on the slopes.
- Schladming Tourism Office (Tourismusverband Schladming-Rohrmoos), Rohrmoosstraße 234, 8970 Schladming, ☎ +43 3687 2277722-22, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. M-Sa 09:00-18:00. The tourist office is helpful to find an appropriate accommodation plus it also lists all upcoming events.
- Ski ressort Planai & Hochwurzen, Coburgstraße 52, ☎ +43 3687 22042. The Schladming 4 Mountain Ski Link has 123 kilometres of slopes, It is also united with the even bigger nearby ski ressorts the Salzburg's Sports World, Gastein, Hochkönig and the Großarltal. There are several ski lodges for lunch or afternoon breaks (see the Eat section). The ski ressort Planai features a modern infractructure including comfortable high speed lifts. There are plenty of long and wide runs.
- Bath & Gym Schaldming (Erlebnisbad & Fitnessstudio Schladming), Europaplatz 585, 8970 Schladming, ☎ +43 3687 23 271, e-mail: email@example.com. The place offers 3 different pools including a sports pool and a waterfall. There is a 66m tobogan and several different sauna to relax body and spirit. The gym has a wide range of courses such as strength-endurance circles, body styling, cardiovascular or step workout, power yoga, indoor cycling, Pilates and Zumba.
A large amount of restaurants and cafés are located in the small old town, some are listed below. From the lodges Quellbodenhütte at Planai offers an relaxed atmosphere and some nice food. Hochwurzenhütte at Hochwurzen offers a very high quality food, refusing to sell french fries and other very high calories food. A local speciality is the "Graukäse" cheese, which is a special "Steirerkas" and is eaten on bread or with "Nockerl".
- Gasthaus Brunner (Gasthaus Petra Brunner), Hauptplatz 14, ☎ +43 3687 22513 0, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. 09:00-23:00. The restaurant serves typical traditional regional Styrian food for very resonable price. There is limited choice and a daily lunch menu. The traditional restaurant got refurbished with modern decor. It used to be a butcher shop.
- Giovanni's Pizza u Pasta, Parkgasse 69, ☎ +43 3687 24638. A cheap restaurant serving an Austrian interpretation of Italian food. Don't expect also too much service.
- Kaibling Alm, 8967 Haus im Ennstal 220 (Almlift), ☎ +43 3686 2278, e-mail: email@example.com. The hut from the "Naturfreunde" welcomes guests with Styrian specialities like "Käsenocken" with "Graukäse". They have different good "Schnaps" choices. The view from the hut is breath taking. It is nicely oriented for the sun and protected by the sourounding mountains.
- Kirchenwirt (Centraly located), ☎ +43 3687 22435, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Traditional good Austrian food is served with regional products. The walls are decorated with crafted wood panels. The restaurant has a big event hall.
- Restaurant Landalm, Bachweg 120, 8971 Rohrmoos-Untertal, ☎ +43 3687 615 73, e-mail: email@example.com. Next to the start of many hiking path this old farmer house serves traditional food. The portions are big. €6-21.
- Restaurant Schattleitner, Katzenburgweg 177 (hidden in the back of the old town), ☎ +43 3687 24462, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tu-Su 10:00–14:00, 17:00–22:00. The Austrian restaurant serves regional specialities from Styria. The current tenant/cook owns the place for more than 20 years. The place fills up quickly, hence it is advisable either to reserve in advance or be really early. On demand the Ennstaler Kasnock'n are made. For dessert the homemade Kaiserschmarrn is delicious.
- Die Tischlerei, Roseggerstraße 676, ☎ +43 3687 22192. The fancy restaurant serves international Mediterranean type of food. As the name indicates the décor uses wood for modern design. lunch menu 2-courses €9,50/11,50, 3-courses €12,50/14,50.
- Johann (Posthotel Schladming), Hauptplatz 10 (main street), ☎ +43 3687 22571, e-mail: email@example.com. M, Tu, Th-Su 11:30-. The restaurant inside of the hotel serves Styrian specialities and can accommodate quite some peoples. They also offer good wines.
The local brewery was founded in 1909 and is partly owned by the bigger Austrian brewing company Brau-Union. It produces yearly 35000hl. Most of it is the blond beer, famous is also the "Dachstein Naturbier", where all ingredients are organically grown. The "Knappengold-Pils" is a dark beer. Plus there exists also a light "Radler" (half beer mixed with lemonade). Most restaurants or bar will serve the "Schladminger" beer. During winter the town sees many tourists and there are several lively bars inside the town.
Schladming cannot compete with worldwide fashion scenes, but they offer interesting articles for skiers, as well as some sports articles. Several big supermarkets are also located within the city. Hofer - just outside the city, in Pichl - offer groceries at a discount and are often the cheapest option in the area. In the very heart of the city you will find Billa and Spar. You can find Billa at the Planet Planai or at the train station. SPAR is located at the highway, just a minute walk from Planet Planai and some hundred metres from the parking space. Billa and Spar offer the same groceries at almost the same prices. Both a butcher and a bakery is to find inside the two stores.
- Blue Tomato, Ritter v. Gersdorffstrasse 562 (Ecke Parkgasse), ☎ +43 3687 22664, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. M-Sa 08:30-19:00, Su 09:00-11:00, 14:00-18:00. The worldwide famous ski and snowboard retailer - resides in Schladming. Here you can visit their largest flagship store, just a throw away from the main street.
- Charly Kahr, Coburgstrasse 51, ☎ +43 3687 24883, e-mail: email@example.com. The former ski champion and ski trainer of the Austrian ski team has a ski shop where he lends skis or sells ski sport clothes.
- Salewa Mountain Shop Schladming, Langegasse 384, ☎ +43 3687 2410020. M-F 09:00-18:00, Sa 09:00-15:00. The owner has first hand experience and hence the shop is specialised on down hill and mountain biking.
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