Salzburg is a beautiful city, steeped in so much history and culture. It's home to the birthplace of Mozart, and is full to the brim of fairytale palaces, churches and impressive castles. The cobbled streets are lined with picturesque buildings, and the mountainous surroundings provide a beautiful backdrop. It's easily reachable by car or train from the Landhaus Bergner Alm chalet, so is great for a day trip.
Salzburg is also a haven for the foodies among us, with streets lined with cafes, restaurants and patisseries. It is also home to the first Stiegl brewery and the famous Sacher Torte chocolate cake. You can easily spend a day meandering the quaint streets of this UNESCO World Heritgage Site.
Built in 1077, the castle oozes history and culture. It stands proudly above the rooftops of Salzburg, offering incredible panoramic mountain views of the city below.
Scenes From The Sound of Music
There are palaces scattered all over Salzburg, including Mirabell Palace famous from the Sound of Music, Hellbrun Palace & Leopoldskron Palace. All are worth a visit!
A Social City
The cobbled streets of Salzburg are buzzing with food based activity. Sit in a traditional coffee house with coffee & cake, enjoy alfresco dining, or grab a Stiegl beer in a brewery!
Take A Boat Ride
Salzburg is a city of music, and is home to the birthplace of Mozart. Every year the city comes alive with countless music concerts that are worth adding to your itinerary.
Scenes From A Fairytale
In winter snow dusts the countless castles and palaces of Salzburg, and really does look like a scene from a fairytale. Christmas markets are dotted all over, making it so festive!