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Worldfamous for it's outstanding music festial this picturesque city in the Austrian Alps shows its sophisticated side even outside the festival time...

Dinner at Esszimmer
Outstanding gourmet restaurant decorated with one star by Guide Michelin and 3 caps by Gault Millau Guide.

Stay at the Hotel Sacher
This hotel offers Viennese hospitality in Salzburg and Sacher torte at its best. Located at the river banks of the river Salzach with a great view of the fortress.

Mozart Week
Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum
Around the time of Mozart’s birthday on 27 January the International Mozarteum Foundation organizes the annual Mozart Week, an artistic highlight in the European concert calendar, hardly to be surpassed throughout the rest of the year.

Gwandhaus - Gastronomy and Tracht
The first "Gwandhaus" (apparel house) for Bavaria and Austria opened its doors in one of Salzburg's loveliest spots. It is designed to be a lively venue for encounters between culture and ongoing traditions featuring movies, early morning literature, matinees and get-togethers. The elegant Trachten shop offers hand-made and hand-decorated traditional attire for everyday wear, holidays or special occasions, including exquisite wedding apparel.

Salzburg World Fine Art Fair
Art Salzburg, the International Fine Art Fair, is held annually at the Residenz, one of the city’s most beautiful Baroque buildings. The fair coincides with the Salzburg Festival, the celebrated music and drama festival held each summer in Salzburg, Austria. The Salzburg Festival is a star event with a prestigious program of events designed to attract music lovers from all over the world.

Art Salzburg promises to be a major attraction to collectors, connoisseurs and art lover, alike. More than 30 of Europe’s best-known dealers are participating.

The International Fine Art Fair showcases a superb array of rare quality exhibits dating from early cultures to the present day. The rich mix of works of art on view includes fine furniture, porcelain, silver, jewellery, objets d’art, sculpture, works on paper, old master paintings, classical modern art, tapestries, contemporary art and modern design.