Welcome to Salzburg


As the home of Mozart and the celebrated Salzburg Festival, as well as the setting for "The Sound of Music" in 1964, Salzburg  is known worldwide as a musical city. Nestled in between the Kapuzinerberg and Monchsberg mountains on the Salzach River, Salzburg is visually stunning — recognized as much for its concentration of high baroque architecture as it is for the surrounding Alpine scenery.

Roundtrip Salzburg


Main attractions:

Mozart’s Birthplace and Mozart’s residence - www.mozarteum.at

The Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg owns two of Salzburg's most important sights: the house in which Mozart was born and the house in which he resided with his family as a child.The house in which Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on the January 27, 1756 is now one of the most frequently visited museums in the world.
No other place makes the person behind the artist Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his music as palpable as his birthplace. Mozart’s Residence was reconstructed after being destroyed during World War II and was opened to the public in 1996. The biographies of the family members and the authentic impressions of everyday family life fill the house to this day with their spirit and allow visitors to experience Mozart anew.


Hohensalzburg Fortress  - www.salzburg-burgen.at

Hohensalzburg Fortress offers visitors a stunning view of the city of Salzburg and its environs. The 900-year-old Hohensalzburg Fortress, the city's chief landmark, is the biggest and most fully preserved fortification in Europe. Built by Archbishop Gebhard during the investiture controversy in 1077, it served to protect the clergy and the population.


Hellbrunn Castle and Trick Fountains - www.hellbrunn.at

Hellbrunn Palace is a 400 year old Summer Palace located just outside of the city of Salzburg. It is well known for its water games that revolve around numerous trick fountains located in the palace grounds.


Salzburg Cathedral - www.salzburger-dom.at

Salzburg's Cathedral is probably the city's most significant piece of church architecture and its ecclesiastical center. With its magnificent façade and mighty dome it represents the most impressive early Baroque edifice in Northern Alps.


Salzburg Museum - www.salzburgmuseum.at

The magnificent New Residence on Mozart Square has housed the Salzburg Museum since the summer of 2007. The museum's fully new concept blends valuable objects of art, aesthetic presentations, interesting facts and multimedia installations into a harmonious whole.


Residence Gallery Salzburg - http://residenzgalerie.at

The Residence Gallery Salzburg, housing the State of Salzburg's painting collection, presents European paintings from the 16th to 19th century. The magnificent ambiance is the ideal setting for Salzburg's state collection and reflects the city's baroque character.


Salzburg Zoo - www.salzburg-zoo.at

Salzburg's Zoo keeping animals, both native and exotic, in an environment close to their natural surroundings has become the hallmark of Salzburg's Zoo. One of the zoo's main goals is to ensure a harmonious balance between the beauty of the local landscape in Hellbrunn and the natural environment of the animals.


Museum of Natural History and Technology - www.hausdernatur.at

The Aquarium, justifiably considered one of the most beautiful aquariums in Central Europe, is a particularly popular attraction for young and old.

Visits & Excursions

Worth to do and visit:

… stroll along the Getreidegasse, probably Salzburg's most famous shopping lane

… visit the Mirabell Palace and the gardens

… enjoy a meal in one of the brewery style restaurant, drink beer and do not forget to order the Salzburger Nockerl as dessert

… plan an exciting Salzach River Cruise

… take part to the Salzburg Festival (in the summer) or to the Easter Festival

… attend a classical Mozart concert at St. Peter Stiftskeller

… use the opportunity to see the locations in the city of Salzburg, where the film 'The Sound of Music' was shoot.



… enjoy an excursion to the lakes and mountains of the Salzkammergut region and plan a stop at Fuschl or St. Wolfgang

… visit the salt mines of Hallein, Berchtesgaden or Bad - Reichenhall, all located very close to the city

… combine a tour: Eagles Nest in Berchtesgaden and Konigssee Lake cruise

… make a trip to the Eisriesenwelt in Werfen – the largest ice caves in the world or go and see the Hohenwerfen Castle

… take the "Gaisberg" bus leaving from Mirabell Square and drive through the district of Gnigl up on the Gaisberg. The summit offers a wonderful panoramic view of the city of Salzburg, Salzburg's lake district, neighboring Bavaria and to the Göll massif and Tennen Mountains to the south.

… come along on a lovely ride to the top of the Untersberg mountain in a spacious cabin of our cable car.

… go to the Aiderbichl Animal Sanctuary- founded in 2001, is situated just 20 km outside the city of Salzburg.

… take the Austrian Romantic Trail which connects the most beautiful landscapes of Austria. All along this trail from Salzburg to Vienna fantastic lakes and mountain panoramas and especially worthwhile villages can be visited. The Austrian Romantic Trail offers cultural and culinary journeys between Salzburg and Vienna.

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