This is Salzburg
Salzburg is unique – in every regard. Anyone who has ever immersed themselves in the magic of the world-famous City of Mozart can never escape it again. The harmonious interplay of landscape and architecture, art and culture, as well as traditional and modern, all within a surprisingly small area, merely adds to the special charm of this place.
Top of Salzburg
Salzburg is the city where W. A. Mozart was born and the shooting location for "The Sound of Music". The narrow lanes and broad squares of this baroque city have taken their deserved place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The internationally acclaimed Salzburg Festival, the magnificent panorama and the countless temptations of Christmastime make Salzburg a complete artwork in its own right, and one that is quite beyond compare.
Through the Four Seasons
Regardless of the season, Salzburg always radiates its own unique charm. And with an annual calendar chock-a-block with so many different events, your visit to the Festival City is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. Aside from its world-famous cultural and musical highlights, Salzburg offers many other compelling and exciting reasons to make a trip here.
Salzburg is a city for everyone, not just “Everyman”! Families, for example, find so many appealing attractions, both in the heart of the Old City as well as in outlying communities. Innumerable bars, restaurants and modern events draw young nighthawks to the city center, so, whether young or a little bit older, alone or in a circle of friends, whether on foot or with a handicap – we have all the tips you need for a custom-tailored visit to Salzburg.
At one of the numerous museums, shops, traditional businesses or restaurants in the heart of the historical district, every visitor is certain to find his or her favorite Salzburg spot. Often pleasantly tucked away from the bustling city, countless outdoor “guest gardens” invite you to enjoy a refreshing beer accompanied by traditional dishes. Also as a venue for trade shows, the City of Mozart has earned an international reputation.