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Carneval tradition in the Salzkammergut

Bad Ischl, Oberösterreich, Österreich
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  • € 298,00 per person
  • bookable from 20 Persons

NON-BINDING INQUIRY

  • 4 nights
  • group offer (suitable for groups)
services
  • 4 x Overnight incl. buffet breakfast in Salzkammergut
  • 1 x Welcome drink
  • 2 x 3-course dinner at the hotel
  • 1 x Carnival evening buffet and live music with solo entertainer for approx. 2 hours
  • 1 x Herring meal on Ash Wednesday
  • 1 x Carnival-curling incl. hot drink
  • 1 x Full-day guided tour around Dachstein
  • 1 x Stop for a carnival doughnut and a hot drink
  • 1 x Horse-drawn carriage tour through Bad Ischl – duration approx. 30 minutes

PLUS visit of the carnival events (further information on the next page)
 
Advice for your guide and bus driver daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. through our office in Bad Ischl

Catering
  • Breakfast
Travel period
  • 23.02.2020 until 26.02.2020
itinerary

Visit the following Carnival events (Suggestions):
 
Monday, 04th of March 2019 – 3pm (estimated time): Traditional Ebenseer parade
 
Probably the most famous and wild parade is the “Fetzenzug” in Ebensee. Women and men dress in handmade costumes made from worn-out rags and wooden masks and parade through the city. When they come across people they know they will not hesitate to stick it to them. Wearing your finest clothes not recommended!
 
Tuesday, 05th of March 2019 – 2pm (estimated time): parade of the „Flinserl“ in Bad Aussee
 
We recommend a visit paired with your trip around the Dachstein.
The „Flinserl“ dresses consist of natural linen with colourful cloth stains embroidered with figural and ornamental art. The sumptuous costumes are said to have come to Bad Aussee through the salt trade with Venice.
The parade starts usually at 2pm at the inn ”Blaue Traube”. The “Flinserl”-band leads the parade as the “Flinserl”, which are accompanied and protected by the “Zacherl” make their way through the city.
 
Wednesday, 06th of March 2019 – 2pm (estimated time): „burying the carnival in Bad Ischl“
 
The carnival ends on Ash Wednesday with a symbolic funeral.
A funeral procession carries a dressed straw doll through the city. At the Steinfeld bridge the doll is lit and thrown into the Traun river. As the burning doll drifts down the river, the heavy-hearted people say their farewells to yet another carnival season.

further information

Fun and good mood

The carnival season is a very important institution in the Salzkammergut. It is not comparable with carnival events in big cities; here the carnival is coined by local custom and tradition.
 
Depending on which village you decide to visit, you will meet curious figures like the “Fetzen”, “Trommelweiber”, “Flinserl” and “Zacherl”. On Tuesday the festivities end at midnight. On Ash Wednesday the carnival season will be laid to rest with a symbolic funeral.

Price on Request

  • Suitable for teenagers
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
  • Suitable for children
Particularly suitable for
  • For families

Contact


Carneval tradition in the Salzkammergut
Salzkammergut Touristik GmbH
Götzstraße 12


+43 6132 24000-0
gruppenreisen@salzkammergut.co.at
www.salzkammergut.co.at
http://www.salzkammergut.co.at

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