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Salzburg

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Birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this Austrian city resonates with a devotion to the arts.

Along the banks of the Salzach River, this musical capital is nearly as celebrated for its magnificent cross-section of architecture – from the Middle Ages, Romanesque, Baroque, and Renaissance periods – as it is for its natural beauty and artistic prowess.

-°C / -°F Euro Austrian German Salzburg Airport (SZG)

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  1. Alter Markt and Old Town
    1. Alter Markt and Old Town

    Since the 13th century, the lively hum of commerce has echoed through Salzburg's scenic Altermarkt, off of which branch the narrow medieval streets of the Old Town, lined with hundreds of shops selling traditional clothing, fine jewelry, antiques, and leather goods. Find here, too, the shop selling the original Salzburger Mozartkugel chocolates.

  2. Café Tomaselli
    2. Café Tomaselli

    The Austro-Hungarian Empire’s capitals pioneered café culture, and Café Tomaselli is one of Salzburg’s oldest and most iconic, dating back to 1700. Sample its decadent Austrian pastries and coffee, admire the 18th-century portraits on the walls, and revel in the memories of the luminaries like Mozart who have gathered here throughout history.

  3. Getreidegasse
    3. Getreidegasse

    While the traditional shops with their wrought-iron guild signs along Salzburg’s most famous shopping street offer a glimpse into Salzburg’s history, it’s the architecture of the Getreidegasse that makes it stand out. Dating back to the 12th century, the medieval thoroughfare is lined with alleyways that lead into ornate, expansive courtyards, each distinctive. Don’t miss the house at No. 9, where Mozart was born.

  4. Rudolf Budja Galerie
    4. Rudolf Budja Galerie

    A stately 19th-century mansion in the heart of historic Salzburg has been transformed into the city’s premier modern art gallery. Here, limestone mantlepieces and chestnut herringbone floors contrast with Andy Warhol’s prints of General Mao, Lawrence Schiller’s photograph of Marilyn Monroe, and Richard Pettibone’s “Flowers” painting.

  5. Schloss Mirabell
    5. Schloss Mirabell

    Follow Baroque stairways to ornate marble halls in Schloss Mirabell, a Neo-Classical palace dating from 1606, surrounded by sprawling, manicured gardens filled with classical statues, sculpted hedges, a colorful flowers. Once a regular performance space for Mozart, the palace still regularly holds concerts for the public, especially during the Salzburg Festival, one of the world’s foremost classical music festivals.

  6. Schrannenmarkt
    6. Schrannenmarkt

    In a city known for its markets – both holiday and weekly, selling food, handicrafts, traditional clothing, and everything in between – the Schrannenmarkt stands out. Held weekly since 1906, it’s one of the largest in Austria, attracting vendors selling typical Salzburg snacks and farmers from all over the region. Other popular markets include the Green Market and the Bio-Bauernmarkt.

  7. St. Peter’s Abbey & Catacombs
    7. St. Peter’s Abbey & Catacombs

    The oldest monastery in German-speaking Europe, St. Peter’s Abbey was founded around 700, though little remains of the original Romanesque building, with much of the current structure dating to the Baroque period. Carved into the Mönchsberg cliff, the abbey’s catacombs have retained their original atmosphere, while the ornately decorated headstones of the serene cemetery proclaim renowned musicians and artists as permanent residents.

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Mozart’s Birthplace
Mozart’s Birthplace

Stroll a few steps from the hotel to Mozart’s Birthplace, one of the world’s most visited museums.

Green Market Snack on wurst and cheese at the Green Market Monday through Saturday in front of the Collegiate Church.
Hohensalzburg Fortress Discover mysterious vaults, secret niches, and intriguing museums with armor on display at Hohensalzburg Fortress.

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Hotel Goldener Hirsch
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Salzburg

Getreidegasse 37
Salzburg
5020 Austria

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Hotel Goldener Hirsch A Luxury Collection Hotel, Salzburg

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Insider Dining Insider Dining

A former blacksmith shop has become Salzburg's most illustrious restaurant, Restaurant Goldener Hirsch, where composers, musicians, and dignitaries often dine after giving and attending musical performances.

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Salzburg on Foot Salzburg on Foot

Explore the picturesque surroundings of The Sound of Music landscape, including the Salzach River and Mšnchsberg Mountain, with our jogging paths and tailored maps.

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Storied Hospitality Storied Hospitality

Built in 1407, the Goldener Hirsch became a hotel in 1547 and its architecture has barely changed since. The interiors have been painstakingly restored and outfitted with traditional Salzburger antiques.

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