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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Altstadt, Old Town

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.

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.

Augustiner Bräu
Lindhofstr. 7, A-5020 Salzburg

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.

Stiftskeller St.Peter
St. Peter Bezirk 1/4, A-5020 Salzburg

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.

Lederhaus Koffer Schliesselberger
Lederergasse 5, 5020 Salzburg

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.

Schirmhandel & -manufaktur Kirchtag
Getreidegasse 22

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.

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.

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