This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Ramingstein.
Ramingstein, Austria, lies on the fertile bed of the River Mur, comfortably snuggled in the Lungau Nockberge Mountains. The city is the only one in the Lungau plateau region to be situated at an altitude of just under a thousand meters, and at a point where the three states of Salzburg, Styria, and Carinthia meet. Unlike other major tourist cities, Ramingstein doesn’t have a lot to offer. However, the few landmarks that it does have and the things available to experience here are worth a holiday trip. The hostels in Ramingstein, Austria, are located at favorable locations within natural surroundings, so that you have an option to access the hot spots of the city with ease or lie back and have a tranquil time in your room.
On entering Ramingstein, what will first draw your attention is the primary landmark of the city, the Finstergrün Castle, which towers above the town on a steep, rocky hill. This romantic castle also serves as a youth hostel, and thereby is known as Austria’s “living” castle. The thousand-year-old castle has a ruin section, which is uninhabitable; however, it is used for campfires, providing a glimpse of how people lived here in times past. The hostel section of the castle has spiral staircases, courtyards, and a big meadow at its backyard that completes the knightly experience. However, it is open only from April end to mid-October, so make your stay arrangements well in advance to enjoy this irreplaceable experience at a unique Ramingstein, Austria hostel.
Live a day in the life of a miner by visiting the Silver Mines in Ramingstein, and traverse through the Medieval ore routes that they once used. These routes have a crushing mill and an adventure play area, making it a fun learning experience for kids too. Complement this with the annual event of the Silver Market, where you can purchase jewelry, arts, and crafts of the region. Additionally, indulge in the cultural fiesta at the Village of Artists cultural center that hosts theatricals, workshops, and other exhibits throughout the year.
Adding to these few landmarks, the city is also a wonderful base for summer hiking and winter skiing. The city-area Ramingstein, Austria hostels’ wooden cabins, fireplaces, and Austrian cuisine are in itself an experience worth exploring, giving you a taste of the locals’ lifestyle. Most Ramingstein, Austria hostels are equipped with free cable TV and Wi-Fi, and lie right at the edge of the River Mur, providing the best of both worlds. So plan your trip here now and book your accommodation in one of the budget hostels in Ramingstein, Austria, as soon as possible.
Written by local enthusiast for Ramingstein hostelsAaron Barboza