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The City Tower of Enns served as church tower, fire-watch, clock- and bell tower and security lookout. It can also serve as a hotel room at the top of 71 steps. It could be a unique and first of a kind accommodation.
The tower is...More
This was just a short visit to see the sights from the top, but we did have a look at the room (which can be booked for accommodation) and were very impressed by its location and fittings. Don't know how much it costs to rent...More
For only 2 euros to open the door, climb to the top of the tower. Watch your step and head - it's an old building, with uneven steps and charmingly small doorways. Glance over at the clockwork for the bells that sounds every 15 minutes...More
When I was a child...I climbed the tower many times...I still go up every time I come home to visit family!
Steep steps...lots of steps, but the view from up top...priceless!
Usually people come to Enns...the oldest town of Austria on their way to see...More
Had to stop at Enns for refueling NPG Gas. Decided to make a lunch break here.
Enns is considered to be Austria's oldest town.
The town has well-preserved fortifications, churches and imposing old town houses.
The Stadtturm is The main attraction in Enns.
43 metres and 157 steps but well worth it. These steps are really steep so glad no health and safety people have stopped access. Fascinated that there is a hotel room in the tower, how do they cope with the bells.
Fabulous view from the...More
When I spent my child hood in Enns I used to climb the tower at least once a week to enjoy the view and to check out the impressive bells and clockwork. The view of Enns and its surroundings, the Enns and Danube rivers the...More