Birthplace of the great Mozart, this city, set along the River Salzach, also boasts of numerous sacral monuments – all of which are architectural gems.
Salzburg Travel Guide
Salzburg W.A. Mozart International Airport has direct flights’ connections from numerous cities that include Amsterdam, Birmingham, London, Zurich, Moscow, Brussels, Vienna, among others. Salzburg is accessible from Vienna via autobahn A 1 and is also well connected to Munich via A8. Hauptbahnhof, Salzburg's train station, is situated north of River Salzach. It takes about two hours to reach Salzburg from Munich. CK Shuttle and Bean Shuttle operate direct bus services between Cesky Krumlov and Salzburg. The city has a good network of taxis and buses, yet the better way to travel around in Salzburg is on foot.
Tourist Attractions in Salzburg
The striking enclosure of the Hohensalzburg Fortress, the architectural wonders in the church steeples and ample other Tourist Attractions in Salzburg has rightly gifted it a World Heritage status.
Numerous parks and palaces in the city are admired by the visitors. Mirabell Palace along with its Mirabell Gardens holds spectacular wedding ceremonies. Hellbrunn Palace is renowned for its Christmas market and trick fountains.
Numerous exceptional galleries, exhibitions and museums make Salzburg richer. Prized arty objects and architectural wonders can be traced at Salzburg Museum, Baroque Museum, Cathedral Museum, Rupertinum and Museum of Modern Art. One can’t afford to miss Mozart Residence and Birthplace.
Sightseeing in Salzburg
A leisurely walk around Salzburg’s city centre offers numerous historic sights that include the Carillon, the Residenz Castle, the Horse Pond, the Franciscan Church, St. Peter's Monastery, Mozart Square and Hofstallgasse. The aging signs clearly visible on the façades, galleries, towers and churches make Sightseeing in Salzburg truly historic. You can explore rest of the city and its countryside on a horse-drawn carriage, bus, bike or a cruise.
To get an eye-catching view of Salzburg along the river, you just have to climb Mönchsberg or Kapuzinerberg. The sights will distinctively showcase the colourful façades, characteristic tin roofs and stunning architecture.
Nightlife in Salzburg
Nightlife in Salzburg offers loads of different spaces to select from. Beer gardens at Sudwerk and Die Weisse are trendy in Salzburg. Also, during summers both locals and tourists’ love to sit along the River Salzach and enjoy beer.
The pubs and bars in Salzburg are centred on the Old Town. Noisy bars can be found at Giselakai and Rudolfskai areas and in the alleys of Gstättengasse. Rockhouse is among the popular rock clubs. If you wish to associate yourself with Salzburg's music you can attend any of its classical concerts.
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