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Dominated by a 900 year old castle, Salzburg is a fascinating city rich in music, art and history. Salzburg means “salt fortress” which relates to the city’s old salt trade. Surrounded by the magnificent mountains, this city is packed with things to see and do any time of the year.
The narrow cobbled streets of the ancient old town are mysterious and intriguing as you find something interesting round every corner not least the fine boutiques, cafes, bars and lively restaurants.
During the summer, the day trips in to the mountains are very popular taking in the stunning scenery and perhaps doing some watersports or sunbathing on one of the pristine lakes such as Wolfgangsee.
|Mozart's birthplace and residence|
|Hellbrunn palace and fountains|
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Salzburg, with nearly 130,000 residents, is quite a compact city and easily negotiated on foot so no matter where you stay in the city, most of the attractions and amenities are within walking distance.
There is a good range of B&Bs, full range of hotels and private holiday rentals to choose from and as always, prices vary depending upon the time of year with the peak summer and ski season being the most expensive.
- Visit Lake Wolfgangsee and ride the steepest
steam rack railway in Austria to the top of the Schafbergspitze for 360 ° panoramic
views of the Salzkammergut lakes including and Wolfgangsee, Mondsee, Fuschl and Lake Chiemsee
- If you like classical music, head to the Salzburg Festival House where, and often free, live concerts are held regularly
Twin centre holidays
If you are taking a city break in Salzburg during the winter, why not try some skiing. There are many superb international ski resorts with many around 1 hours drive making it possible for day trips.
Our view on Salzburg
A beautiful city, great fun and packed with plenty to see and do for all the family - plus, a city break in Salzburg lets you explore the surrounding mountains for hiking or waterspotys during the summer to skiing and skating during the winter. A fantastic city to visit any time of the year...
|Maria Alm||95km||70 mins|
|Zell am See||88km||80 mins|
During the summer and through to the start of the ski season, you can also drive up the Ziller Valley, past Mayrhofen and up to the Hintertux glacier which offers superb glacier skiing.