Postcards from Hallstatt-Austria

If you have been following National Geographic Travel and Beautiful Destinations on your Instagram, i am pretty sure you noticed that they posted a lot of Hallstatt pictures every now and then. My favourite is still the one that they took in winter-time. I love how the mountains and all the rooftop of the houses are all covered by the snow.

I still remember the days, years ago, when i thought ‘it is impossible’ to visit Hallstatt. Since Austria itself is very far away from home, and heard that Central-Eastern Europe was not so safe back then. Furthermore, Hallstatt is a small village that’s located far from the big cities and not easily reached.

But Hey, nothing is impossible! By the grace of God, Finally i can see and visit this unbelievably beautiful village with my own eyes, not through the social media or magazines anymore. *Yeayy.. hands in the air*

I love the super fresh air, the cold breeze (even-though it was already summer), the pastel colour of the houses, the clear lake water that really invites you to jump and swim and the majestic towering mountain that surrounds this serene village.

I just love every corner of this salt-mine village, and the 4-5 hours bus ride from Vienna is super worth-it. Enjoy the picturesque Hallstatt. ❤ ❤

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All pictures are taken by Sony RX100 III – by me

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10 thoughts on “Postcards from Hallstatt-Austria

    • Rejeki anak solehh ditt. Hahaha. Kebetulan aja nihh.. Trip europe ini tiba2 di ajak kluarga dadakan.. Kalo flores udah plan dr awal tahun. Kebetulan jatuhnya deket2an aja, jadi kesannya jalan teruss.. Hahaha.

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