Accommodation in St. Lambrecht, Styria Austria deals winter 2023
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Hotel Austria Trend Lambrechterhof, St. Lambrecht

Hotel Austria Trend Lambrechterhof

   Score 8.9/10 out of 1 reviews

St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Alpengasthof-Pension Moser, St. Lambrecht

Alpengasthof-Pension Moser

St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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    Top Vch Lambrechterhof, St. Lambrecht

    Top Vch Lambrechterhof

    St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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      Camping Bella Austria, St. Lambrecht

      Camping Bella Austria

      St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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        Landgasthof Ledererwirt, St. Lambrecht

        Landgasthof Ledererwirt

        St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

        • Hotel with children playground  
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        Knappenwirt, St. Lambrecht

        Knappenwirt

        St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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          Naturparkhotel Lambrechterhof, St. Lambrecht

          Naturparkhotel Lambrechterhof

          St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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            Naturparkchalets Lambrecht Aby Alps Resortsaœ, St. Lambrecht

            Naturparkchalets Lambrecht Aby Alps Resortsaœ

            St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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              Jufa Knappenberg, St. Lambrecht

              Jufa Knappenberg

              St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                Schloss Gabelhofen, St. Lambrecht

                Schloss Gabelhofen

                St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                  Lercher, St. Lambrecht

                  Lercher

                  St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                    Hotel Moselebauer, St. Lambrecht

                    Hotel Moselebauer

                    St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                      Gastehaus Hobelleitner, St. Lambrecht

                      Gastehaus Hobelleitner

                      St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                        Gasthof Kirchmoar Familie Stolz, St. Lambrecht

                        Gasthof Kirchmoar Familie Stolz

                        St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                          Landgasthof Post Ledererwirt, St. Lambrecht

                          Landgasthof Post Ledererwirt

                          St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

                            • No transport provided
                            Podolerhof, St. Lambrecht

                            Podolerhof

                            St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

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                              Mountain Resort St. Lambrecht By Alps Residence, St. Lambrecht

                              Mountain Resort St. Lambrecht By Alps Residence

                              St. Lambrecht, Styria, Austria

                                • No transport provided

                                About St. LambrechtDetails and images of St. Lambrecht

                                St. Lambrecht

                                Sankt Lambrecht is a municipality in the District of Murau, Styria, Austria, and the highest market town in the state (1028 meters above sea level) on the Thajagraben, the Styrian-Carinthian border mountain. Trades practiced in Sankt Lambrecht are woodworking (windows, furniture, chairs), a dynamite factory (explosives, military products), and tourism.
                                St. Lambrecht's Abbey is one of the most important Benedictine monasteries in Austria and lies in the Grebenzen nature reserve The earliest sign of the monks is documented in 1076. Worth seeing are the Benedictine monastery (established 1096) and the Gothic monastery church (rebuilt in 1421).
                                During World War II the town housed two of the sub-camps of the infamous Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp, one for male inmates and one for females.