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Tourist Attractions2020-03-09T08:45:36+01:00

Tourist Attractions

You can find the most popular tourist attractrions in the list below. Additional information is available here:

Name Contact (phone, address, website)
Mirabell Palace and Gardens

Mirabell Palace was built in 1606 by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich for his beloved Salome Alt. Today, it serves as the backdrop for the most romantic weddings you could possibly imagine.

Mirabellplatz 4
5020 Salzburg
Hohensalzburg Fortress

Hohensalzburg Fortress is enthroned on the Festungsberg, high above the rooftops of the Baroque historical district. The biggest fully preserved castle in Central Europe, this emblem of Salzburg draws millions of tourists to our “City of Mozart” every year.

Mönchsberg 34
5020 Salzburg
Mozart’s Birthplace

One certain house in the Getreidegasse always draws particular attention: No. 9, the house in which Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born.

The famous composer’s birthplace continues to be a magnet for Mozart fans and history buffs from around the world. The museum invites you to take a tour lasting about an hour through original rooms. Discover items of everyday life as well as furniture from the 18th century, and feel as if you have personally been transported back to the days of Mozart!

Getreidegasse 9
5020 Salzburg

The Getreidegasse is the bustling heart of Salzburg’s Old City, its unmistakable charm as well as Mozart’s Birthplace making it an irresistible destination for countless visitors from around the world. Aside from an array of international fashion chains, the Getreidegasse also charms passers-by with its traditional inns and unique businesses steeped in history.

5020 Salzburg
Hellbrunn Palace & Trick Fountains

When Salzburg’s Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus commissioned the architect Santino Solari to build his pleasure palace, it was clear that it was to be a place of pleasures and recreation such as the world had never before seen. Thus, in a record-breakingly short construction period (1612-1615), a renaissance palace was built, which – with its magnificent gardens, grottos, and trick fountains – cast its spell not only over the Prince-Archbishop and his guests; for more than 400 years, Hellbrunn Palace has enchanted and amazed its visitors with its trick fountains

Fürstenweg 37
5020 Salzburg
Museum of Natural History and Technology

Giant dinosaurs from prehistoric times come together at the Haus der Natur with milestones of space travel, diverse underwater worlds and reptiles from the most distant corners of the globe. The journey into the human body is guaranteed to astonish you, as will the interactive experiments in the Science Center

Museumsplatz 5
5020 Salzburg
Museum of Modern Art Salzburg Mönchsberg

In recent years, the Museum der Moderne has raised the bar in art matters to a whole new level. Displayed on an area of 2300 square meters are internationally acclaimed modern and contemporary art pieces, as well as works from their own collections, which the public can enjoy in a series of rotating exhibitions. The unique, puristic exhibition space never fails to excite visitors from around the world

Mönchsberg 32
5020 Salzburg
DomQuartier Salzburg

The DomQuartier is a unique cultural highlight in the heart of Salzburg City. In the magnificent state rooms, history comes alive, while a museum tour also allows you to enjoy imposing views of the city itself.

Residenzplatz 1/Domplatz 1a
5020 Salzburg
Salzburg Museum | Neue Residenz

The Salzburg Museum has garnered numerous awards, an institution with its own unique character housed within the magnificently restored Neue Residenz. Aside from aesthetic presentations and valuable art objects, a number of multimedia installations also invite visitors to marvel and learn.

Mozartplatz 1
5020 Salzburg

Salzburg Zoo

With around 1500 animals and 150 different species, the former “Tiergarten Hellbrunn” promises a fascinatingly delightful experience. From pygmy mice to white rhino, all sizes and shapes of creature are represented – and from different continents. The Africa section of the zoo is particularly popular, featuring a broad Savanna-like area and a lion house. Eurasia attracts visitors with red pandas, Alpine ibex and brown bears. From the Americas, you will get to see sloths and lowland tapirs, amongst others. Australia is also represented, for example with Parma wallabies.

Hellbrunner Straße 60
5081 Anif
Dom zu Salzburg – Salzburg Cathedral

Of its numerous churches, the cathedral is Salzburg’s most important sacred building. With its mighty dome and two towers, it leaves its own distinctive, and absolutely impressive stamp on the city skyline. When we gaze upon the cathedral with open eyes, we discover many surprising and exciting details.

Domplatz 1a
5020 Salzburg
Residenzplatz Square & Residence Fountain

Five squares were built under Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau: Residence Square with its richly decorated baroque fountain is probably the largest and most beautiful square. Fifty-five medieval buildings were torn down to make room for the square. Residence Square was designed according to the Mannerist plans of the Italian architect, Vincenzo Scamozzi. Residence Fountain is considered to be the most beautiful fountain in the city of Salzburg and certainly deserves a closer look: four snorting horses seem to spring forth from the spouting rock

5020 Salzburg
Linzer Gasse & Platzl

The Linzer Gasse is known as a main pedestrian artery through the Salzburg historical district on the right side of the river. Setting out from the “Platzl”, a small square adjacent to the Staatsbrücke bridge, this street runs parallel to the Kapuzinerberg out as far as Schallmoos. One-of-a-kind boutiques, fine restaurants and tradition-rich hotels invite passersby to stop along the way and enjoy.

Linzer Gasse
5020 Salzburg
Love-locks bridge

This century-old tradition has lovers inscribing a lock with their initials, affixing the lock to a popular footbridge, and tossing the key into the river to symbolize their unbreakable and eternal love. Remarkably, this has become such a popular tradition

5020 Salzburg
Mozartplatz & Mozart Monument

Standing in the middle of Mozart Square in Salzburg is the Mozart Monument, designed by Ludwig Schwanthaler. This statue was cast in bronze by Johann B. Stiglmayer in 1842 and unveiled in a ceremony which took place on September 5, 1842 in the presence of Mozart’s sons. Bavaria’s King Ludwig I was an important patron of the Mozart statue and donated the marble plinth, which is currently in the possession of the Salzburg Museum.

5020 Salzburg