Roman bench on Lake Attersee
Carpe Diem – the Romans knew very well, which places in the Salzkammergut region were worth a break to seize the day!
Today, one of these places is the longest bench in the Salzkammergut, directly on the lakeshore esplanade in Attersee am Attersee.
When you gaze into the crystal-clear waters reflecting all shades of turquoise, you are likely to get lost in thoughts. While you let the waves play with your feet casually dipped into to waters, the imposing height and size of the Höllengebirge mountain range will captivate you. The information panels embedded in the bench can serve as an inspiration for an imaginary journey back in time to our Roman ancestors.
Live and enjoy – that is what the Romans did, and we should do the same. Treat yourself to a drink or a fine meal and forget about time.
- opened daily
From Salzburg via A1 highway - Exit 242 St. Georgen im Attergau – turn left in direction to Lake Attersee
From Wien/Linz via A1 highway - Exit 242 St. Georgen im Attergau – turn left in direction to Lake Attersee
Coming from West - Bad Ischl - go throw Weißenbachtal (B 153) to Unterach (B 152) and follow throw Nußdorf to Attersee (B 151)
From Salzburg as well as from Linz/Wien coming to Vöcklamarkt, follow by "Attergaubahn" local train to Village Attersee
Arrive in Salzburg or Vienna and take a car or take the train to come to Lake Attersee.
- Parking space: 30
Parking fee on both Parking areas in village Attersee am Attersee. (Parking Area "Landunsplatz" and Parking area "Municipale Center")
- Toilet facility
- All weather
- Suitable for groups
- Suitable for pushchairs
- Suitable for seniors
- Suitable for single travelers
- Suitable for friends
- Suitable for couples
- Suitable for children
Please get in touch for more information.
- Toilet facility for disabled people
Weyregger Straße 69, 4852 Weyregg am Attersee