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Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit Salzburg

Explore the City, Discover Nature

A city of music and culture, but also of quiet moments in nature. This summer, it's your turn to decide which Salzburg you want to discover.

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Must-Sees in Salzburg

Hohensalzburg Fortress, the landmark of Salzburg, is Central Europe’s largest intact fortress and offers fantastic views of the city. Visit the Princely Residence, a magnificent early baroque edifice with splendid halls and a gallery featuring European paintings dating between the 16th and 19th century. The nearby vast Salzburg Dom is without doubt the main attraction of the old town. Inside there is the Romanesque font where Mozart was baptized.

Take time out to visit Mozart's Geburtshaus, the place where the genial composer was born on 27th January 1756. The house is located in Getreidegasse, Salzburg’s most attractive and most visited shopping street with its high and narrow houses and romantic courtyards. Another highlight is Mirabell Palace with its splendid gardens built by the baroque master builder Lukas von Hildebrandt.

At the foot of Mönchsberg you will find the so-called Festival District with the two famous festival halls (architect: Clemens Holzmeister; 1956-1960) and the Felsenreitschule, a baroque masterpiece designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1693. South of the center of Salzburg’s old town is the popular Hellbrunn Palace with the world-famous "Wasserspiele" section containing many ingenious trick fountains and water-powered figures.

Some 4,000 cultural events combine to make Salzburg one of the most important cultural metropolises. The acclaimed Salzburger Festspiele, founded in 1920, is the high point in Salzburg’s culture calendar and includes concerts, opera and theatre performances.

At the Salzburg Museum of Modern Art atop Mönchsberg mountain, discover contemporary art by the likes of Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Alfred Kubin, Hermann Nitsch and Oswald Oberhuber. Afterwards, have lunch at the museum‘s chic restaurant with a view.

When visiting Salzburg, make sure you benefit from the advantages of the Salzburg Card.

Testimonial from Crystal Utecht:

"There is nothing like having a beer at the Stiegl Brewery (est.1492 - yes, the same year Columbus discovered America), overlooking Salzburg and hearing the bells start to ring. I love Austria!"

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