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Enjoy the view in Upper Austria


Stadl-Paura, Oberösterreich, Österreich
Spending some time with us in Stadl-Paura, you'll enjoy a visit rich in history, scenic beauty, and outstanding horseback riding activities! Stadl-Paura offers a special look back in time where history has left its mark for visitors to explore and enjoy. The village once was the hub of transportation and storage of the Salzkammergut´s salt, lovingly dubbed the "White Gold".

The Boatmen Museum traces the history of the once mighty salt transporting industry on the Traun and Danube Rivers and invites visitors to explore Stadl´s shipping industry during its Golden Age.

Local attractions that are worth seeing include the Trinity Church which is a superb example of Baroque architecture and a sight to behold.

What´s more, Stadl-Paura is a renown Equestrian Center with a highly acclaimed horse breeding history.

Ausflugsregion Traun-Ager-Alm

  • 4.953Inhabitants

  • 15 km²Area

  • 357 m ASLElevation

  • 48.09, 13.87GPS coordinates
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Stadl-Paura: experience horses, discover nature and culture.

Stadl-Paura is one of the largest and most important towns in the district of Wels-Land.
With over 5,000 inhabitants, numerous businesses and sights, Stadl-Paura has developed into a lively and attractive town.
Already in younger stone ages people settled on the Paura hill and later the Celts and Romans came. Finds, which are today in the Landesmuseum Linz, in the Wimsbacher Museum and in the Schiffleutmuseum, testify to the long history of the town.


Gemeindeamt Stadl-Paura
Marktplatz 1
4651 Stadl-Paura

Phone +43 43 28011
Fax machine +43 7245 28011 - 25
E-Mail info@traunsee-almtal.at
Web www.traunsee-almtal.at/stadl-paura

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