The delicious Mozart chocolate balls are famous in Salzburg, but you should not forget the Sachertorte, the Viennese chocolate cake created by Franz Sacher in 1832. Franz Sacher was a 16-year-old apprentice chef to the court of Prince Metternich. The original recipe is secretly kept at the Hotel Sacher in Vienna. Here you can find the classic recipe, well known all over the world.
A typical sweet dish is the Salzburger Nockerl, which is a cake forming three “hills” representing the three hills of Salzburg!
From 1923 to 1938, Villa Trapp was the residence of the world-famous Von Trapp family, whose life in Salzburg entered history as ?The Sound of Music?, [...]
Situated right at the Messe Salzburg fairgrounds, only 2 minutes from the A1 motorway, this hotel offers easy access to the centre by public transport [...]
Family-run since 1912, the non-smoking Bergland Hotel offers a quiet location in the centre of Salzburg, only a 10-minute walk from the historic Old T [...]
Hotel am Dom is located in the heart of Salzburg's pedestrian area. The Residence Palace, the Festival Hall, Getreidegasse, the Hohensalzburg Fortress [...]
Combining historic substance and modern architecture, the 4-star Castellani Parkhotel is located in green surroundings, a 15-minute walk from the cent [...]
The Ibis Salzburg Nord is located directly at the A1 motorway in the north of Salzburg, 4 km from the city centre and 8 km from the airport. The mode [...]
This hotel enjoys an exceptionally central location in Salzburg, only a few minutes walk from the old town and all major sights. A public underground [...]