Salzburg, country of the music and the culture!

Salzburg has always been characterized by a unique athmosphere that you will enjoy visiting this beautiful city, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s native town. After visiting the city, many excursions await ...

Panoramic Spots

Festung Hohensalzburg / Fortress of Hohensalzburg Very few cities can offer stunning panoramic views as Salzburg does. You just can open the window of your hotel’s room, sit down at a table in a coff...

Fortress of Hohensalzburg

Dominating the city center, the Fortress of Hohensalzburg has been watching the flourishing of the city over the centuries like a good caretaker. Built in 1077, the castle observed the history of Sal...

The Salzburg Cathedral

The history of the Salzburg Cathedral tells us something important about the history of the city itself. First, the cathedral was built by order of Bishop Virgin in 767 as the city still was a Roman ...

The Old Residence Salzburg

The Old Residence has been the representative palace of the Prince Archbishops of Salzburg since the Middle Ages. In this building, they decided the political destiny of the city from the origin of t...

The Mirabell Palace in Salzburg

Now located inside the city, the Mirabell Palace was built outside the city walls under the reign of Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau for Salome Alt, his concubine who bore him fifteen ch...

Mozart Square in Salzburg

The Mozart Square is dominated by the impressive statue dedicated to the musician. The statue was commissioned by King Ludwig I of Bavaria, who contributed financing the work and donating the marble ...

Mozart’s house in Makartplatz in Salzburg

W. A. Mozart was born in the house located in Getreidegasse on January 27, 1756. His father, Leopold Mozart, worked as a music teacher for the Prince-Archbishop and spent most of his life to give a m...

Mozart’s Birth-House in Salzburg

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Getreidegasse, 9 on January 27, 1756. The Mozart family lived here in the “Hagenauer House“ from 1747 to 1773. The apartment where the Mozart family li...

St. Peter’s Abbey in Salzburg

The first abbey was founded around 700 AC by the missionary Rupert (Hroudbert) as Salzburg still was called Juvavum. In 1127 a fire destroyed the church. Three years later a new three-naved Romanesqu...