Salzburg city trips

Salzburg city breaks and short trips for sightseeing

A small austrian city, full of sights and attractions. Walk through the Getreidegasse Alley or visit Salzburg Fortress.

Salzburg Cathedral, the Palace of Hellbrunn with its Trick Fountains, the Palace and Gardens of Mirabell and lots more.

Getreidegasse Alley

Of particular interest are the wrought iron, often gold-plated guild signs from the 16th - 19th centuries whose design probably originated during the Middle Ages.

Ornate facades, picturesque arcaded courtyards. The Getreidegasse, site of Mozart's birthplace, lies in the historic old town and city centre of Salzburg.

Salzburg Festival Halls

The "festival quarter" is located at the foot of Mount Monchsberg.

The Small Festival Hall was built in 1924/1925. The Large Festival Hall was built to designs by Clemens Holzmeister from 1956-1960.

The "Felsenreitschule" or Rock Riding School was built in 1693 to plans by Fischer von Erlach.

Site of the annual Salzburg Festival's main performances.

The "Pferdeschwemme" or Horse Well (an extravagant watering point for horses) was built in 1695 by Michael Bernhard Mandl.

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