What should you see in salzburg?

Here are some information's about the most interesting

sightseeing's in Salzburg.


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Salzburg Card

It is absolutely recommended to buy the Salzburg Card.


It is the key to Salzburg: it provides free admission to Salzburg's museums, free use of the Fortress funicular, the Untersberg cableway, Salzach ship service and public transport. Salzburg Card holders can also take advantage of a number of discounts on concerts, theater performances or Excursions to destinations in the Salzburg vicinity.

Hohensalzburg fortress

Salzburg’s most famous landmark
Building work on Hohensalzburg Fortress was initiated by Archbishop Gebhard in 1077. It is the largest completely preserved castle in central Europe.

The fortress is over 900 years old and was originally built to guarantee the safety of the archbishops; while also serving as barracks and a prison. Today’s exterior was designed by Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach. Of particular interest are the fortress museum and the

medieval stately chambers. The interior of the fortress was furnished to

impress with magnificent gothic carvings, ornamental paintings and

frescos, and decorative gold leaf – all of which attests to the wealth

of the prince bishops.


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Mozart's birthplace

Salzburg’s ‘Wunderkind’ – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – was born on 27th January 1756 in the so named ‘Hagenauer House’ no. 9 at the Getreidegasse. He lived there with his sister ‘Nannerl’ and his parents until 1773. Mozart’s ‘Geburtshaus’ now houses a museum open all year round.


Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart lived on the third floor of the ‘Hagenauer House’ for a total of 26 years, from 1747 to 1773. The house was named after its owner, the merchant, purveyor of spices and friend of the Mozart family, Johann Lorenz Hagenauer. On the 27th January 1756 it became the birthplace of the

now world famous Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.


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Hellbrunn Palace & trick fountains

400 Years Hellbrunn - a jewel on the outskirts of Salzburg.

Enjoy a visit to Hellbrunn in the south of Salzburg City. Its fantastic palace grounds offer marvelous diversity, both summer and winter.
The broad park represents an intriguing blend of sculpted grounds and natural biotopes. Likewise, the trick fountains are an experience unlike anywhere else. You are certain to be delightfully surprised!
The extensive green spaces surrounding Hellbrunn invite you to

unwind as well as enjoy healthful outdoor exercise. Smaller Hellbrunn

visitors can work off some of their youthful energy at an exciting

playground. And animal lovers, big and small, are able to marvel at

animals from around the world at Hellbrunn Zoo.


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