Salzburg is unique in every way and is a great idea for a perfect weekend that delights and that we warmly recommend ...
The narrow streets and wide squares of this baroque city have taken a well-deserved place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In Salzburg, in a small space, a harmonious interaction of architecture and landscape, art and culture, and traditional and modern is visible. Salzburg is a city of salt and a bishop who was compared to Rome, the city where Mozart was born, the venue of the famous Salzburg Festival, the most beautiful Adventists and a series of fairs, it is a city of magnificent panoramas, countless gastronomic temptations and works of art ...
Salzburg always radiates its unique charm, regardless of the season. After a white winter, we look forward to a colorful spring in Salzburg. Mirabell Gardens is already wearing her dress of cheerful colors. Beautiful magnolia trees on Makartplatz will soon bloom. And for sun lovers who love outdoor sports, the hiking season begins with more and more temperatures every day.
Check out the ten best sights you should try to visit during your perfect weekend in Salzburg HERE.
Celebrate Easter in Salzburg The days before and after the Easter holidays are as colorful in Salzburg as Easter eggs themselves. They include a program that is diverse, from a traditional Easter Mass to the world-famous Easter Festival and the Easter Open-Air Market. Allow yourself to be inspired by all that Salzburg has to offer for Easter as you get to know a city that lives and loves its tradition.
See more about Easter in Salzburg HERE
Salzburg was the duke's archdiocese for more than 1100 years. Thanks to its natural resources of salt and gold, and led by the bishop, it has always had a special status and quickly became a place of art and culture. See more about the rich history of Salzburg HERE.
For a tour of Salzburg, we recommend the Salzburg Card, which allows you to easily and conveniently discover Mozart's city. The Salzburg Card at an initial price of € 27 allows entry to tourist attractions and museums, free use of public transport and many additional discounts that make your holiday in Salzburg a truly unique experience. See more about the Salzburg Card HERE.
This is an introduction to the story of Salzburg. But if you have already decided to spend this weekend in #vistisalzburg, book your accommodation HERE and enjoy !!