Beware of the dashing garçon! I saw this – probably unofficial – traffic sign in Hallstatt next to the famous Hallstatt Lake. It makes people aware of waitstaff crossing the street. A local restaurant and its open-air seating area occupy different sides of the lane.
The town of Hallstatt forms the name giver of the Hallstatt culture. Therefore, this place in Upper Austria is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll find more info about this culture at the local Hallstatt Museum, a site next to a replica of a wooden staircase dating back to the Bronze Age.