Mozart's Birthplace

Mozart’s Birthplace – Getreidegasse 9: the childhood home of one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time now houses a permanent exhibition on three floors. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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Mozart's Residence

Original documents and portraits in the museum’s spacious rooms illustrate the history of the house, Mozart’s oeuvre during his Salzburg years, and the social environment of the Mozart family. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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The present Mozart Square was created after the demolition of several houses upon the order of Archbishop Wolf Dietrich. Ludwig Schwanthaller’s Mozart monument at the centre of the square was unveiled on 5 September 1842 in the presence of Mozart’s sons. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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The Mozarteum Foundation

The Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg was founded by citizens of the city in 1880, but dates back even further, to the ‘Dom-Musik-Verein und Mozarteum’ (association of cathedral music and Mozarteum) of 1841. The primary focus of the non-profit organisation is on the life and work of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart.

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Fürst confectionery – Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln

In 1890 Paul Fürst, a Salzburg confectioner, invented the Mozartkugel (Mozart ball), today a world famous speciality. As early as 1905 he received the Gold Medal at an exhibition in Paris for his delicious creation.

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Hohensalzburg Castle

Built in 1077 by Archbishop Gebhard, Hohensalzburg Castle is the landmark of the city and the biggest surviving castle in Central Europe. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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Salzburg Cathedral

The cathedral provides the backdrop for the famous open-air performances of ‘Jedermann’ at the Salzburg Festival in summer. The foundation stone of the present cathedral was laid in 1614. The Baroque building is characterised by simple lines, harmonious decorations and a bright façade made of local marble.

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Museum der Moderne

An international architectural competition was launched in 1998 for a new museum building. The newly built museum was opened in 2004 and offers not only temporary exhibitions but also a splendid view of Salzburg. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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Residenzgalerie Salzburg

The collection of paintings of Land Salzburg presents paintings from the 16th to the 19th centuries.

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Mirabell Palace and Mirabell Gardens

The magnificent Baroque palace and its colourful flower garden are among Salzburg’s most popular locations. ©Tourismus Salzburg .

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Hangar-7 Aircraft Museum

Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a multifunctional building that houses historic aircraft, helicopters and Formula 1 racing cars. ©Hangar-7

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Gallery Thaddaeus Ropac Salzburg

The gallery Thaddaeus Ropac Salzburg presents contemporary art in changing exhibitions. ©Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

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Stefan Zweig Centre

The Austrian writer Stefan Zweig lived from 1919-1934 in Salzburg. The Stefan Zweig Centre is dedicated to literature, art and academic research. An exhibition of images and documents portrays Stefan Zweig's life and works. ©Tourismus Salzburg

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Lederhaus Schliesselberger

Entering the shop in the Lederergasse 5, it smells of the finest leather. You breathe the tradition and feel the contemporary elegance. This is ensured by modern brands and traditional craftsmanship.

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Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton is like no other brand symbol of luxury, success and elegance. ©Louis Vuitton

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Stassny Trachtenmode

Austrian style not only means specific local colour but expresses taste, elegance and joie die vivre. Stassny arouses enthusiasm for fashionable Austrian style clothing.

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As one of the world’s leading luxury womenswear brands, ESCADA stands for modern elegance, cool glamour, and sensual femininity. ©Escada

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Only a 3-minutes-walk from the Hotel Sacher the jewellery Pinter is famous for extra-ordinary choices of gold and art deco by Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Boucheron, and Tiffany’s. Furthermore the silver editions, in designs of 1920-1960, are mainly crafted by the world renowned Jensen Silbermanufaktur and Tiffany’s, New York. ©Pintar

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Haus der Natur

The ‘house of nature’ is both a natural history museum and a science centre, offering exhibitions on the most diverse aspects of animate and inanimate nature in over 80 rooms. ©Haus der Natur

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Marionette Theatre

This big theatre with ‘small’ actors enchants not only children but adults as well.

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Salzburg Zoo

Here you can find both native and exotic animals in their natural habitat.

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Trick Fountains

The Trick Fountains are full of surprises. It is always great fun. Experience a unique cultural jewel, which is the only one of it's kind in the world.

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Hangar-7 Aircraft Museum

Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a multifunctional building that houses historic aircraft, helicopters and Formula 1 racing cars. ©Hangar-7

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Toy Museum

This museum offers a direct, hands-on experience for children. They cannot only marvel at a variety of historical toys but also find plenty of toys to play with. ©Spielzeugmuseum

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Mirabell Gardens

You will certainly have heard about Mirabell Gardens where the song "Do-Re-Mi" was filmed. We warmly recommend to see the gardens and explore the Pegasus Fountain.

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Leopoldskron Palace

You will see the lake where the famous boating scene was filmed, Captain´s backyard and private palace gardens.

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Hellbrunn Palace

Visit the gardens of Hellbrunn Palace and find the gazebo which was rebuilt especially for the fans of the movie.

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Nonnberg Abbey

This is where "real" Maria was a novice and where she and Baron von Trapp got married in real life. The Abbey does not allow visits within its walls, but you are invited to walk up to the front gate to their Gothic church.

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m32 is renowned for good service and friendliness and probably the most modern atmosphere in the city. The design by Matteo Thun combines 390 deer antlers on the ceiling with bare concrete and bright colours.

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Pan e Vin

Pan e Vin is located in the heart of Salzburg. The rock vaults in the back part of the restaurant and the Almkanal (Alpine canal) that flows through the room make a visit to Pan e Vin an unforgettable experience.

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Traditional inn serving Austrian specialties. Known for “Austria’s best fried chicken”.

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Carpe Diem

This place serves excellent and exclusive finger food and boasts a terrace looking out on Getreidegasse.

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Available at the Balkan Grill in the passageway linking Getreidegasse and the Horse Wash the ‘bosna’ is one of Salzburg’s culinary hits: a type of hot dog filled with grilled pork sausages, onions, fresh parsley and a secret blend of spices.


Schranne (every Thursday from 5:00 to 13:00). Local farmers sell their products.

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