Hohensalzburg castle towers high above the city of Salzburg. During its centuries-old history it was not captured once. These days, it prefers to let in guests and besiegers voluntarily, albeit, unfortunately, not free of charge. There are many ways up to the castle.
The city of Mozart has many outdoor playgrounds with great views of the city. The city hills are perfect for ball games and other outdoor activities and are easy to get to with a buggy. A nice walk or a romp in nature – the Mönchsberg mountain, the Kapuzinerberg mountain or the big parks (Mirabell, Hellbrunn, Volksgarten) offer interesting sights as well as children’s playgrounds that are great fun.
Our 24hour itinerary for Salzburg includes gin tasting, visiting coffee roasting houses and umbrella makers, spotting tortoises and partying the night away.
For four weeks this summer, half of Europe will be at risk of getting sunburn while they sit glued to a big screen for a good 90 minutes. Yes, the time has once again come: the 2016 UEFA European Championship will take place in France on 10 June to 10 July. It will be the first time in the tournament’s history that a total of 24 teams participate – and the last time that it will be hosted by one single country.
Endless variety of sugary dumplings, strudels, pastries, tarts and other delights – we show you the taste of Salzburg.
Even the harshest critics of the sentimental story cannot deny the visual beauty of the city. Discover the city of Salzburg!
As opposed to rock climbing where falling isn’t unusual, the Via Ferrata technique is based on the idea of not falling, with a safety back-up in case you do. Start slowly on an easy training ground
Flights of Fancy Under Glass and Steel: We tell you why you should visit the Hangar in Salzburg?
Salzburg: Trout strudel with cucumber and mushrooms For 4 persons Ingredients Small trout fillets 4 Strudel pastry 1 pack Eggs 2 Butter 1 Lemon…
Winter is coming and we show you the best christmas markets to spend a wonderful Advent season in Salzburg.