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Map Salzburg

Places of interest

  • Hohensalzburg Castle
  • Salzburg Cathedral
  • Residenzgalerie
  • Mozart's House
  • Hellbrunn Palace

More info about your Salzburg city trip

  • Salzburg Tourist Information
  • Mozartplatz 5
  • 5020 Salzburg
  • Tel. (+43) 662 88 98 73 30

Flight offers to Salzburg

Top offers for Salzburg

DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. London-Salzburg
17/11 - 20/11/2016 London-Salzburg Germanwings
2. Bristol-Salzburg
24/12 - 31/12/2016 Bristol-Salzburg EasyJet
3. Stornoway-Salzburg
17/11 - 14/12/2016 Stornoway-Salzburg Multiple Carriers
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4. Upavon-Salzburg
30/11 - 10/01/2017 Upavon-Salzburg Multiple Carriers
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5. Perth-Salzburg
03/12 - 30/12/2016 Perth-Salzburg Multiple Carriers
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6. Aberdeen-Salzburg
18/12 - 09/01/2017 Aberdeen-Salzburg KLM

Salzburg is known for being quite a wet city, and even in summer it’s not unusual to encounter periods of rain, so a waterproof coat or umbrella is a useful accessory for keeping dry. May to September is the warmest time to visit, with temperatures normally climbing above 20 degrees Celsius during those months. December to February is the coldest period, with snow likely in January and February, so winter visitors are advised to wrap up warm for their comfort.


Head for the Getreidegasse for the one of the best shopping experiences in the city. With over 800 shops in the area, it sells fashions, new and old (lederhosen are available if desired!), and many other traditional items, including the famed Mozartkugeln. Created by chocolatier Paul Furst in 1890, these chocolate covered pistachio, marzipan and nougat balls commemorate Salzburg’s most famous son, the composer Mozart. Chocolate lovers should not miss another famed delicacy, the Sachertorte, which is available to take home from the Hotel Sacher.


The Gasthaus Wilder Mann is a great place to go for a traditional Austrian dining experience. It is centrally located and serves local options such as goulash and bratwurst. Art lovers will enjoy M32, which is located beside the Museum of Modern Art. It offers a variety of Austrian and Mediterranean dishes. For a lighter option, Tomaselli, which opened in 1703, is famous as the oldest café in Salzburg and counts Mozart as a former customer.


For an authentic Austrian evening, visit one of the many beer gardens or breweries around the city. One of the largest in Salzburg, Augustiner Braustubl, seats over 1000 and serves local beer and a variety of traditional snacks in a tree-filled garden. For a night of dancing, Flip Cocktail bar provides an enjoyable mix of cocktails and music all night. Anyone looking for a quieter, more laid-back vibe, could try the Maestro bar and restaurant, which offers delicious food and an extensive drinks menu until late.

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