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Salzburg offers art, culture, historical and modern sights, thrilling events, living tradition, pleasure, relaxation and great food – and nearly all within walking distance. These are all part of the multitude of options open to holidaymakers in Salzburg that guarantee an unforgettable city break at this world cultural heritage site. The city of Salzburg is a stage for over 4000 cultural events every year and is home to around 20 baroque period churches. Salzburg was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site list in 1997.

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Mozart Week

Second only to the Summer Festival in preeminence, Mozart Week is one of the major musical highlights here in Salzburg. Since 1956, the Mozarteum Foundation has hosted this festival on and around 27 January, Mozart’s birthday, providing a stage for Austrian and international artists and musicians.
Adresse: Stiftung Mozarteum
Telefon: +43662 874454

Salzburg Easter Festival

Since being founded by Herbert von Karajan in 1967, the Easter Festival has been an integral component of the Salzburg events calendar. Providing a complement to the Festival during the summer months, in this case the primary focus is on opera. The Easter Festival begins on the Saturday before Palm Sunday and lasts until Easter Monday.
Adresse: Osterfestspiele Salzburg
Telefon: +43662 8045-361

Salzburg Whitsun Festival

In addition to the Easter- and Summer Festivals, Salzburg has also featured a Whitsun Festival since 1973. In this case, Herbert von Karajan’s original idea was to give those people who had not been able to obtain tickets for the Easter Festival an opportunity to listen to acclaimed international orchestras between Whit Saturday and Whit Monday.
Adresse: Hofstallgasse 1
Telefon: +43662 8045-500


The Sommerszene festival is seen as a counterpoint to the Salzburg Festival. The focus of its program is contemporary dance, theater, performance and installations. Numerous free events do their part to spark a dialogue between artists and audiences.
Adresse: Szene Salzburg
Telefon: +43662 843448

Salzburg Festival

The annual cultural highlight takes place from mid-July until the end of August: the Salzburg Festival. In addition to numerous opera performances, including several new productions, Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s "Jedermann" on Cathedral Square takes center stage.
Adresse: Herbert von Karajan Platz 11
Telefon: +43662 8045-500

Take The A-Train

In September, the call is clear for everyone to hear: All aboard for the “Take the A-Train” festival at, and close to the main station in Salzburg. On several different stages, the international music scene and hot live acts from across Europe rub shoulders with top local musicians.
Adresse: Take The A-Train – Jazz Festival am Bahnhof

Salzburg Culture Days

First-class performances and concerts are on the 14-day program of Culture Days, which is organized by the Salzburg Cultural Society. This music festival is famous for its Classical performances as well as its embrace of experimentation, not shying away from exciting mixtures of genres including hip-hop and hits from the world of musicals.
Adresse: Waagplatz 1a
Telefon: +43662 845346

Jazz & The City

The Jazz & The City festival takes place at rather out-of-the-ordinary venues that include manufacturing businesses, churches and hotels, along with bars and cafes. Performers include international artists and newcomers, while entrance is free. Aside from World Music and jazz, the program also features electronic music.
Adresse: Münzgasse 1
Telefon: +43662 845453


Winterfest has developed into one of the biggest festivals for modern circus artistry in the German-speaking world. From the end of November until the beginning of January, only the very best circus troupes get to perform under the big tents in the Volksgarten. Visitors can look forward to an exciting program of side events, compelling acrobatics and a colorful culinary offer.
Adresse: Volksgarten
Telefon: +43662 433490

Salzburg Advent Singing

A deeply rooted vocal and musical legacy, Alpine melodies and traditions: This is what Salzburg Advent Singing in the Grosses Festspielhaus is all about. Over 150 musicians, actors and child performers conjure up a perfect Christmas atmosphere for the public to enjoy. Similar events in and around Salzburg include Salzburger Hirtenadvent and Original Salzburg Advent.
Adresse: Großes Festspielhaus
Telefon: +43662 843182

Salzburg Christmas Markets

Numerous Advent markets during the run-up to Christmas draw visitors from near and far to the City of Mozart. The most famous of these include the Christkindlmarkt on Cathedral- and Residenzplatz squares, along with Advent Magic at Hellbrunn – which is particularly popular with families – and the Advent market on Mirabellplatz.
Adresse: Salzburger Christkindlmarkt
Telefon: +43-664-1091491


Most of Salzburg’s tourist attractions are in Altstadt, the Old Town. However, the charm of the area itself is possibly the biggest draw of all. It is a listed UNESCO world heritage site, full of quaint squares, fountains, Baroque churches, chubby medieval buildings, wrought iron signs, and much more.
Adresse: Altstadt, Old Town

Salzburg Card

THE MOST IMPORTANT CARD FOR ALL SALZBURG VISITORS! The Salzburg Card entitles holders to a wide range of free and reduced-price visits to various attractions in and around Salzburg – such as free admission to Salzburg’s museums, free use of the Festungsbahn funicular railway and the Untersbergbahn cable car; a ride on Salzach ship (tour 1) and free use of public transport. Salzburg Card holders also benefit from discounts on a number of concerts, theatrical performances and sightseeing destinations in and around Salzburg.

Museum of Natural History

Museum of Natural History and Technology, aquarium with 40 display pools, 56 terrariums with live reptiles and amphibians, a dinosaur hall, a space display, a world of crystals, a journey around the human body, a tour of the ocean and a science centre. The aquarium is quite rightly said to be one of the most attractive aquariums in Central Europe. More than 40 display pools provide an insight into the magical underwater world. Every Monday visitors can watch the feeding of the reef sharks.
Adresse: Museumsplatz 5
Telefon: +43662 842653

Salzburg Festival

OPERA, THEATRE & CONCERTS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY! The Salzburg Festival is famous all over the world and a highlight in the cultural year every time. Every summer the Salzburg Festival transforms the city of Mozart into a gigantic stage for a number of weeks. On 'first nights' the Hofstallgasse along the front of the main festival hall is packed with luxury limousines and members of high society! A WIDE RANGE OF EVENTS FOR A COLOURFUL FESTIVAL PROGRAMME! Every year the Salzburg Festival stages around 200 events. Several great venues are used to find the best stage for a colourful range of events. Some of the best known venues include the main festival hall, the Felsenreitschule, the House for Mozart and Domplatz square, upon which the famous morality play 'Everyman' is staged. HERBERT VON KARAJAN AND THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL! The era of Herbert von Karajan began in Salzburg in the post-war years. In 1948 he conducted his first operatic production in the city – Gluck’s Orpheus. In 1956 he was appointed artistic director and in 1957 he directed Beethoven’s Fidelio for the first time. In 1960 Herbert von Karajan opened the new main festival hall, heralding the dawn of a new era when he conducted Richard Strauss’s 'Der Rosenkavalier'. Although Karajan was no longer the sole artistic director from autumn 1960 onwards, and was part of a board of directors from 1964, he was still the one pulling all the strings and making the key decisions. He was the very last 'absolutist ruler' as one obituary remarked following his death in 1989. In 1967 he established the Easter Festival, which he managed until his death. Every year he worked on a new operatic production with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, who were made available by the Berlin Senate for the occasion. He also founded the Salzburg Pfingstkonzerte at Whitsuntide.
Adresse: Hofstallgasse 1

Salzburg Cathedral

This seventeenth century Baroque cathedral is one of the most beautiful architectural buildings in Salzburg. The history of the cathedral gives an amazing depth to the wonderful colours and paintings. Find out more about the cathedral on sight.
Adresse: Domplatz

Mozarts Geburtshaus

Mozart’s family lived on the 3rd floor of the "Hagenauer Haus" at Getreidegasse no. 9 for 26 years, from 1747 until 1773. On the 27th January 1756 it became the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, their famous son. The building was named after its owner, a friend of the Mozart family, the tradesman and spice emporium owner Johann Lorenz Hagenauer.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 9
Telefon: +43662 844313

Salzburg for 48 hours

In Salzburg there are medieval areas of the town, bright and colourful floral gardens, and modern architecture – all just a few minutes’ walk from each other. One of the great things about Salzburg is that many of the most fascinating and beautiful sights can be discovered on the way from A to B. Day 1: On the first day we recommend a walk up to Fortress Hohensalzburg, a tour of the stately apartments and the museum, a look around the cathedral and a visit to the Franciscan church, followed by a stroll around St. Peter’s district taking in the graveyard, monastery and catacombs in the Mönchsberg hillside. Day 2: On the second day we propose a walk to Mirabell Gardens to see the Pegasus fountain, rose hill and gnome garden; then a tour of Mozart’s home on Makartplatz square, a trip to Schloss Hellbrunn palace to witness the old 'Wasserspiele' trick water jets, or you can ride up the nearby Untersberg mountain for breath-taking sweeping vistas of the city and province of Salzburg. Options for a short trip to Salzburg: • Visit the popular 'Haus der Natur' museum • Visit the Museum of Modernity • Enjoy a boat trip down the Salzach • Take a tour of the festival halls • Visit the Panorama Museum Tip: Use the 48-hour Salzburg Card to enjoy a wide range of sights.

Salzburg for 72 hours

A three-day stay in Salzburg will allow you to feel the rhythm of the city. Day 1: Start the first day of your trip by walking up to Hohensalzburg Fortress or visiting Mozart's Birthplace in the Getreidegasse followed by a stroll through St. Peter's district with its Cemetery, Church, Monastery and the Catacombs hewn out of the Mönchsberg. The Salzburg Museum also offers interesting insight into the city's history, offering changing exhibitions. Day 2: In the morning you might want to visit the Mirabell Gardens with its Pegasus Fountain, Rose and Dwarves Garden and take a tour of the Mozart Residence on Makart Square. In the afternoon you can ride the cable car up on the Untersberg to get a panoramic view of the city of Salzburg or visit Hellbrunn Palace with its Trick Fountains and Salzburg Zoo. Day 3: Salzburg offers a wide range of interesting museums which should not only be an option in case of inclement weather but are always worth visiting, e.g. the Museum of Modern Art on the Mönchsberg or the Domquartier. Tip: Use the 72-hour Salzburg Card to enjoy a wide range of sights.

Salzburg for Families

Salzburg is ideal for a city break or a day trip with the whole family. The relaxed rhythm of the town, the short distances and numerous things to see and do provide plenty of variety for children. The short distances between the various sights are easy for children to negotiate and easily manageable for parents with pushchairs. There are several museums designed to interest and entertain children, and some of the other establishments also provide special tours for kids. Salzburg is surrounded by lakes, mountains and great day-trip destinations. So there’s plenty of variety, whatever the time of year and whatever the weather. The Salzburg Card is an affordable all-inclusive pass for families. It enables visitors to enjoy free admission to Salzburg’s museums and sights, and entitles holders to free transit on the Salzach ship, Festungsbahn castle lift, Untersbergbahn mountain cable car and all municipal public transport.

Salzburg for Gays

Salzburg has something for everyone and, of course, that includes homosexuals. Although first impressions might suggest the picturesque streets and lanes of the old town of Salzburg are mostly reserved for heterosexual fans of the baroque period and of Mozart – appearances can be very misleading. There is a wide range of places to go, and things to see and do for gays and lesbians in Salzburg, including bars, cafes and parties.

Weddings in Salzburg

Romantics will find Salzburg provides a wonderful stage for a wedding or a honeymoon. May, the month of lovers, is certainly not the only time white liveried horse-drawn carriages can be seen riding through the streets of Salzburg, as weddings take place here throughout the entire year. Whether the sun is burning from high in the sky, the reds and golds of the horse chestnut trees have drawn the mantle of autumn across the city, or the old town of Salzburg lies under a blanket of driven snow – there can hardly be a more beautiful place on earth to marry! Registry office weddings are held in the baroque marble hall of Schloss Mirabell palace. This venue provides an elegant backdrop for the most important day of your life. Couples are greeted by myriad heavenly messengers on the 'Angels' Staircase'. The mood is then captured on camera for eternity out in the palace gardens, while the happy couple marvels at the wonderful view out towards the castle and the old town.

Salzburg for Art & Culture

Salzburg offers an unsurpassably rich variety of art and culture. There are numerous museums and galleries of international repute and over 4000 cultural events every year. The works of many great artists are on show in the heart of the historical of the city; there are famous academies such as the International Summer Academy of Salzburg, premium standard fairs and exhibitions, and not least the world famous Salzburg Festival – all of which makes Salzburg a horn of plenty for visitors in search of items of cultural interest. Salzburg has a very lively art scene offering everything from sophisticated culture to alpine customs, the traditional and the modern, the controversial and the universally popular. People of all ages have the opportunity to explore, marvel, discuss and enjoy.

Augustiner Bräu

Augustiner Bräu is the largest brewery tavern in the whole of Austria and has an enchanting leafy beer garden. Guests queue up for beer in the brewery, which is served straight from wooden beer barrels. Hungry visitors stroll up and down the 'Schmankerlgang' hallway to choose from a wide range of typical fayre at the various kiosks.
Adresse: Lindhofstr. 7, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 431246

Stiftskeller St.Peter

Stiftskeller St.Peter has been a purveyor of Salzburg’s brand of hospitality for over 1200 years! Delicious food is served in inspiringly baroque surroundings. Why not book the 'Mozart Dinner' at the Stiftskeller.
Adresse: St. Peter Bezirk 1/4, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 8412680


Around twenty years ago this inn was transformed into an immensely popular, award-winning restaurant. Consistent quality, honest hospitality and an eye for detail have ensured the Auerhahn is in great demand with its many regular customers in Salzburg. Enjoy a meal out in the wonderful garden in the shade of the horse chestnut trees.
Adresse: Bahnhofstraße 15, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 451052

Gasthof Schloss Aigen

Gasthof Schloss Aigen is one of Salzburg’s haute cuisine restaurants. The restaurant at the villa in Aigen is particularly well known for the various freshly prepared dishes of local organic beef made every day. Pleasant and rustic farmhouse atmosphere and an idyllic garden dining area.
Adresse: Schwarzenbergpromenade 37, A-5026 Salzburg

Stiegl Brauwelt

Stiegl Brauwelt offers a very charming and unique beer hall. Stiegl beer is a famous beverage that combines wonderfully with the many delicious traditional dishes and specialities on offer. Why not take a tour of the brewery and explore the brewery museum.
Adresse: Kendlerstraße 1, A-5017 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 83870

Die Weisse

This brewery restaurant and bar is ‘in’ with everyone in Salzburg and is well-known for its own weissbier – 'die Weisse'. Visitors are just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of town and can relax in the shade of the beer garden, enjoy a meal, or drink in the brew house and at the bar as the evening progresses.
Adresse: Rupertgasse 10, A-5020 salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 872246


Since 1548 Krimplstätter has remained true to its traditional philosophy: "Beer needs a home". Typical down-to-earth Salzburg cuisine, hearty hospitality and a homely atmosphere are what every guest can expect at what is probably the most convivial brewery tavern and restaurant in Salzburg
Adresse: Müllner Hauptstrasse 31, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 432274

Café Restaurant TRIANGEL

Triangel is just across the road from Salzburg’s festival hall. It is a restaurant that offers the essence of Austrian restaurant culture. Triangel’s owners believe in the importance of purchasing top quality produce from local suppliers and prioritises organically farmed products.
Adresse: Wiener Philharmoniker Gasse 7, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 842229


The Urbankeller is the most popular of all the pubs in Schallmooser Hauptstraße and is open to all kinds of cultural output and to guests of all ages – be it at a G'stanzl rhyming battle, jazz performance or listening to rock grooves. Expect refreshing and down-to-earth regional atmosphere, whether you’re a diner, bar guest or concert-goer.
Adresse: Schallmooser Hauptstr. 50, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 870894

Restaurant zum Eulenspiegel

The 'Zum Eulenspiegel' restaurant has been a unique feature of the old part of Salzburg for 680 years. The rooms and the location work their own very special charm on guests as they enjoy the many select wines and honest culinary fayre. Several dishes are still pan-fried with melted butter just like grandma used to do.
Adresse: Hagenauerplatz 2
Telefon: +43 662 843180

Zum fidelen Affen

Austrian cuisine is an important component of the charm provided by the 'fidelen Affen'. The meat, vegetables and salads are sourced from Austrian farmers and local producers, and great emphasis is placed by the owners on the freshness and quality of the ingredients.
Adresse: Priesterhausgasse 8, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 877361


Esszimmer has been treating its guests to top class cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere since 2004. 3-toque and Michelin star award-winning chef Andreas Kaiblinger ensures there’s plenty of variety on the menu from week to week.
Adresse: Müllner Hauptstr. 33
Telefon: +43 662 870899


The Bärenwirt has been open for business in the city of Salzburg since 1663. It’s a tavern restaurant with all the traditional features no guest would wish to do without. It is well-known for serving a typical, traditional spit-roasted chicken and other Austrian culinary classics in a traditional atmosphere.
Adresse: Müllner Hauptstraße 8, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 422404

Café Glüxfall

Cafe Glüxfall is a charming and diminutive breakfast cafe with a sunny inner courtyard at the heart of the old town of Salzburg. Alongside a rich and refined range of breakfasts, there are also various smaller dishes available. In the evenings guests can enjoy freshly made cocktails or partake of a sophisticated glass of wine.
Adresse: Franz-Josef-Kai 11
Telefon: +43 662 265017

Café Bazar

Cafe Bazar is typical of the tradition of coffee houses in Salzburg. Down the years it has been a haven for artists, poets and thinkers, and is renowned for its period fixtures and fittings. There is a wide range of beverages on offer, sweet and savoury delicacies, cakes and classic pastry desserts.
Adresse: Schwarzstraße 3
Telefon: +43 662874278

Café Classic

Cafe Classic is located in Mozart’s world famous former home. It’s a great place for guests of all ages and lovers of classical music to enjoy a bounteous breakfast. There are also plenty of smaller specialities and a fine selection of desserts and sweet pastries to accompany your cup of coffee.
Adresse: Makartplatz 8
Telefon: +43 662 882700

Carpe Diem

The very highest standards of culinary fayre can be enjoyed at Carpe Diem! There is a laid-back contemporary atmosphere, plus first class delicacies and excellent service. The cafe is particularly well-known for its 'cones', a very exquisite form of finger food.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 50
Telefon: + 43 662 848800

Café Fingerlos

Cafe Fingerlos is renowned all over Salzburg, not least for its range of bountiful breakfasts. The in-house sweet pastry bakery has lots of special treats for customers with a sweet tooth. The pleasant outdoor courtyard seating at the heart of the idyllic Andräviertel area of Salzburg is a great place to let the time drift by.
Adresse: Franz-Josef-Strasse 9
Telefon: +43 662 874213

Café-Konditorei Fürst

The home of Fürst confectioneries is well-known in Salzburg and still produces the world famous 'Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln' chocolate-coated marzipan balls by hand. The cafe is just a stone’s throw from Salzburg’s cathedral, and can offer guests a delicious cup of coffee on the wonderful patio during a well-earned break. There is also a large collection of typical Salzburg pastries and steam-baked desserts. Attractively wrapped Mozartkugel marzipan balls make a wonderful gift for your nearest and dearest.
Adresse: Brodgasse 13
Telefon: +43 662 84 37 590


Enjoy breakfast gazing down from Cafe m32, the restaurant at the Museum of Modernity on top of mount Mönchsberg, onto the rooftops of the city at. Indulge in a whole range of delicacies while taking in the wonderful views of Mozart’s home town. m32 can be reached using the Mönchsberg lift or by taking an invigorating walk up the Mönchsberg hillside.
Adresse: Mönchsberg 32
Telefon: +43 662 841000

Café Wernbacher

The Wernbacher is a popular and traditional cafe in the Andräviertel area of the city. It is known for its comprehensive range of coffees and blends, and for its special teas. There are various dishes available, a set lunch and a selection of cakes and pastry desserts.
Adresse: Franz-Josef-Straße 5
Telefon: +43 662 881099


The Steinterrasse rooftop bar on top of the Hotel Stein offers a breath-taking panoramic view across the city of Salzburg. Enjoy a cocktail or a glass of fine wine and soak up the sunset from high above the city.
Adresse: Giselakai 3, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 87 43 460


Monkeys is a cosy pub down by the River Salzach. It’s the perfect place to meet up, whether you’re looking for a tasty glass of wine, an evening of cocktails or you’re intending to dance the night away. In the summer the patio offers wonderful sunsets and a splendid view of Fortress Hohensalzburg.
Adresse: Imbergstrasse 2a, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 876652

Club Take Five

This stylish venue offers a modern club feel, particularly for lovers of champagne looking to savour the good life into the small hours. The perfect place for a lively party accompanied by great music and a classic selection of the finest drinks.
Adresse: Gstaettengasse 7
Telefon: +43 664 4327700

Shamrock Irish Pub

The Shamrock is the best known Irish Pub in the historical part of Salzburg. As well as providing a full range of all the most popular drinks there are, of course, several typical Irish beverages. Enjoy an unforgettable evening in the friendly and lively atmosphere of the Shamrock.
Adresse: Rudolfskai 12, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 841610

watzmann cultbar lounge garden

The Watzmann in Salzburg is particularly well known for its wonderful garden in which guests can unwind under palm trees on a balmy summer evening. You’re sure to find your favourite cocktail on the comprehensive drinks list.
Adresse: Giselakai 17a, A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 254776

Lederhaus Koffer Schliesselberger

Fittingly, 'Lederhaus Schliesselberger' leather goods shop is situated on Lederergasse lane and has a family-owned business since 1422. It was established as a tannery and leather was dyed there until the beginning of the 20th century when the finished leather was then sold. Subsequently. Leather goods were produced for 70 years in the Maxglan area of the town. Today the portfolio includes leather goods, travelling cases. The business also trades in all kinds of leather, furs and a variety of footwear supplies.
Adresse: Lederergasse 5, 5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 87 31 82

Schirmhandel & -manufaktur Kirchtag

According to the newspaper ad of the time the official opening of the 'Alois Kirchtag Sunday Goods and Umbrella Business' in the heart of the Getreidegasse took place in 1903. The business focuses on the sale of premium quality, handmade umbrellas.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 22
Telefon: +43 662 84 13 10


The gentile charm of the display windows looking out onto Rathausplatz can hardly begin to betray the cornucopia of treasures within. The Mayer family has ruled over an emporium for handicraft utensils, decorative lace borders and buttons for almost 250 years – the latter product being of a significance above and beyond its place in the company’s name. Countless minutiously organised boxes contain an immense number and variety of buttons, probably unrivalled within and far beyond the borders of Austria.
Adresse: Rathausplatz 1
Telefon: +43 662 84 22 63

Sporer Likör- & Punschmanufaktur

Built in 1407, the narrowest building in the Getreidegasse, next to what is now the Blaue Gans art hotel, is home to Sporer’s specialist wine and spirits shop. It was founded in 1903 and is now run by the third and fourth generations of the Sporer family. Popular classics include the 'Hausmischung', made according to family recipes handed down across the generations, a fine herb liqueur, and an orange punch concentrate made according to grandmother’s own recipe dating back to 1927. Connoisseurs appreciate the selection of wines chosen by certified sommelier Michael Sporer. Wine tasting sessions are held every Wednesday.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 39
Telefon: +43 662 84 54 31

Der Grünmarkt

The Grünmarkt is a market held every day except Sundays and public holidays on Universitätsplatz square in the historical part of the city. A wide variety of market stalls provides a broad range of locally produced delicacies, flowers, fruit and vegetables.
Adresse: Universitätsplatz/Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse

Arthotel Blaue Gans

This hotel is as much an art gallery as a hotel. It is trendy, tasteful and perfectly located on one of the city’s most popular streets very close to the famous birth place of Mozart.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 41-43
Telefon: +43 662 84 24 910

Hotel Sacher Salzburg

The world-famous Hotel Sacher is situated on the bank of the River Salzach at the heart of the old town. A very splendid location indeed!
Adresse: Schwarzstraße 5-7
Telefon: +43 662 88 97 70

Sheraton Grand Salzburg Hotel

The Sheraton Grand Salzburg Hotel offers 5-star accommodation and services, and is right next to the world famous Mirabell palace and gardens.
Adresse: Auerspergstrasse 4
Telefon: +43 662 88 99 90

Star Inn Hotel Premium Salzburg Gablerbräu

Since May 2012 the third 'Star Inn Hotel' in Salzburg has been attracting guests with its central location at the heart of the Linzergasse shopping street.
Adresse: Richard-Mayr-Gasse 2
Telefon: +43 662 87 96 62

Hotel Goldener Hirsch

Historically speaking, the Goldener Hirsch is the oldest luxury hotel in Salzburg. Its unique situation in the 'Getreidegasse' makes it a very special place to stay.
Adresse: Getreidegasse 37
Telefon: +43 662 80 840

Motel One Salzburg Süd

Motel One Salzburg Süd offers ideal public transport links with the historical part of Salzburg.
Adresse: Alpenstraße 92-94
Telefon: +43 662 83 50 20

Motel One Salzburg Mirabell

Motel One Salzburg Mirabell is right on the bank of the River Salzach. The old part of the town can be reached on foot in just a few minutes.
Adresse: Elisabethkai 58-60
Telefon: +43 662 88 52 00

JUFA Salzburg City

JUFA, in the Nonntal area of the town, is a centrally located hotel just a few minutes’ walk from the historical centre of Salzburg.
Adresse: Josef Preis Allee 18
Telefon: +43 57 08 36 13

Public transport

The city’s local transport network of buses and trains is managed by Salzburg AG. Buses run until 23.00, tickets can be purchased from train stations and from tobacconists.