For a trip back in time, visit Altstadt, the historic section of Salzburg. This enchanting district features narrow streets ... More
Old Town (Altstadt)
For a trip back in time, visit Altstadt, the historic section of Salzburg. This enchanting district features narrow streets and alleys in an area closed to motor vehicles, so you'll be able to stroll as you please. Enjoy shops, restaurants, churches, and museums while taking note of the fantastic Baroque architecture that fills the town. For a bit of living history, head over to the famous street Getreidegasse, where Mozart was born. You can even tour the house he was born in !
Salzburg was a uniquely beautiful, awe-inspiring, emotional & unforgettable experience. I hope to return many times, but, if I don't, then my only time there will have sufficed. I highly recommend visiting this great city, where my idol, Mozart, was born. The visit was well worth all my time & money. Especially, Mozart's Gebursthaus
Salzburg, Austria was no doubt my favorite place I went on vacation. Mozart's birthplace was great, you got to see how he lived, and learn so much about him. I play piano and love his work, if your a musician you'll love to go her. But, if you have kids they might be bored with it.
Surrounded by the Residenzplatz , the Waagplatz and the Kaigasse, Salzburg's most famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, watches over his
own square in the center of the city. The Mozart statue that gave the square its name was erected ...
The convent of Nonnberg was founded in 700 and it is now the oldest existing nunnery in the German speaking
part of Europe. During this long time, convent activities have never interrupted. To reach the convent you walk along ...
Salzburg has managed to preserve an extraordinarily rich urban fabric, developed over the period from the Middle Ages to the
19th century when it was a city state ruled by a prince archbishop. Its Flamboyant Gothic art attracted many ...