Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles, and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Festival District, at the foot of Mönchsberg ,with two famous festival halls and the Felsenreitschule, is a Baroque masterpiece designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1693. South of Salzburg’s old town is the popular Schloss Hellbrunn with the world-famous 'Wasserspiele' containing many ingenious trick fountains and water-powered figures.
Some 4,000 cultural events make Salzburg one Austria's most important cultural centres. The acclaimed Salzburger Festspiele, founded in 1920, is the high point in Salzburg’s culture calendar and includes concerts, opera, and theatre performances.
St. Peter's Abbey, Europe's oldest restaurant, is located in the heart of Salzburg, and serves as a great starting point to walk up to the Fortress Hohensalzburg.
For modern & contemporary art visit the Museum of Modern Art, located atop the Mönchsberg, along with and a restaurant that offers amazing views of the old city of Salzburg.
With the convenient Salzburg Card, you gain access to all of the city's major attractions and public transport in one, easy step. Now you can spend less time worrying, and more time enjoying Salzburg's amazing culture and history.
Duration: 24 / 48 / 72 hours
Peak Season: 1st May - 31st Oct 2018
Adult Price: €28.00 / €37.00 / €43.00
Child Price (6-15 Years): €13.50 / €18.00 / €21.00
Low Season: 1st Jan - 30th April 2018 & 1st Nov - 31st Dec 2018
Adult Price: €25.00 / €33.00 / €38.00
Child Price (6-15 Years): €12.00 / €16.00 / €18.50
- free, single admission to all of the city's attractions
- free use of public transport
- bus lines 1 - 14 within city limits
- Albus bus lines: Citybus A, lines 20 - 35, line 151
- Postbus lines 32, 180, 170 to Rif/Taxach
- Lokalbahn S1 to Schlachthof
- WALSI Buscab
- attractive discounts for cultural events
- reduced prices at a number of excursion destinations