Visiting Salzburg



Detailed information on Salzburg is available via the following link :

www.salzburg.info

 

Salzburg attractions

It is the playful lightness that makes Salzburg, the miniature metropolis, so distinctive. The enchanting silhouette of the Fortress, Cathedral and church steeples in this baroque city north of the Alps. So beautiful that it is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. So famous that its attractions are among the most famous in the world.


Charismatic companions

Most of the sights can be seen on a stroll through Salzburg's historic city center: the Residence, the Carillon, the Cathedral, the Franciscan Church, Mozart Square, the Horse Pond, Hofstallgasse, Hohensalzburg Fortress, St. Peter's Monastery. The spirit of days gone past can be felt at every turn: the ages have left their mark on the churches, towers, façades, balustrades and galleries. Even the street names commemorate the people and events that shaped its history.


Palaces and parks

A number of palaces in the city and its vicinity beckon invitingly: Mirabell Palace, whose Marble Hall is used for wedding ceremonies, and the Mirabell Gardens, one of the most spectacular photo scenes in Salzburg. Hellbrunn Palace to the south of the city is known for its wondrous trick fountains in the summer and its charming Christmas market in the winter. Klessheim Palace in Wals, Leopoldskron Palace and Aigen Palace and its park are worth a trip into the countryside.

Salzburg Congress Card

Validity: 72 hours during the dates of the Congress
Price: € 29.00

  • Free single admission to all the city's attractions
  • Free use of public transport throughout the city, incl. fortress funicular, panorama boat & cable car Untersberg
  • Attractive discounts for cultural events
  • Discounts for various tours and excursions

The Salzburg Congress Card can be purchased at the info desk at Salzburg Congress.

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