Top 10 things to do in SalzburgerLand
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Home to Mozart, artsy Salzburg, the Sound of Music and much more
SalzburgerLand is a region in Austria.
The Arts are an important part of the Salzburger tradition: home to Mozart, the annual Salzburg Festival, and the mystery play Jedermann (Everyman). Salzburg province also shares much of its rural regional and provincial culture with neighboring Bavaria and Tyrol. This makes it a wonderful place to experience both the high culture of the Mozart era and the true alpine Austrian culture at its purest. Make sure to see the famous Salzburg Cathedral was the first Baroque building in the German-speaking artistic world, as well as the Eisriesenwelt, the largest ice cave in the world.
Region in Austria
Typical length of visit: 1 day
Top 10 things to do in SalzburgerLand
The birthplace of Mozart and host of the world famous Salzburg Festival is dominated by churches, castles and palaces
The world's largest ice caves in Werfen, Austria with an amazing underground world of natural ice formations
Let the world know about Salzburg and its culture
Central Europe's largest fully preserved fortress, dating back to the 11th century
Fall for the charm of the baroque city by strolling through the city’s historic streets and alleys
Austria's highest road named after Austria's highest mountain, and built as a scenic road
Spend a day in Mozart's footsteps in Salzburg - the city where he was born and grew up
See how master puppeteers bring expertly carved puppets to life
Mirabell Palace is a historical building in the city of Salzburg, Austria. The palace with its gardens is a listed cultural heritage monument and part of the Historic Centre of ...
St Peter's Abbey , or St Peter's Archabbey , is a Benedictine monastery in the Austrian city of Salzburg. It is considered one of the oldest monasteries in the German-speaking ...
The Petersfriedhof or St. Peter's Cemetery is - together with the burial site at Nonnberg Abbey - the oldest cemetery in the Austrian city of Salzburg, located at the foot ...
Salzburg Cathedral is the seventeenth-century Baroque cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Salzburg in the city of Salzburg, Austria, dedicated to Saint Rupert and Saint Vergilius. Founded by Saint ...
Hangar-7 in Salzburg, Austria owned by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz is not a hangar in a traditional sense but rather a multifunctional building with a collection of 25 historical ...
Just beyond the center of Salzburg, a jewel of an 18th-century rococo castle sits alongside a stunning lake.
The Mönchsberg, at 507 meters above sea level, is one of the five mountains in the city of Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria. It is named after the Benedictine monks of St ...
The Residenzgalerie is an art gallery in the Alte Residenz, Salzburg, Austria. Its collection includes works by Rembrandt, Carel Fabritius, Carlo Saraceni and Hieronymus Francken II.HistoryThe state-owned ...
Nonnberg Abbey is a Benedictine monastery in Salzburg, Austria.HistoryIt was founded ca. 714 by Saint Rupert of Salzburg and is the oldest women's religious house in the ...
Kapuzinerberg is a hill on the eastern bank of Salzach river in Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.HeightIt is elevated 640 meters above sea level.HistoryIt is home ...
The Salzburg Festival is a prominent festival of music and drama established in 1920. It is held each summer within the Austrian town of Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus ...
Housed in the Neuen Residenz , the Salzburg Museum is the museum of artistic and cultural history for the city and region of Salzburg, Austria. It originated as the Provincialmuseum ...
Salzburg Zoo , also referred to as Tiergarten Hellbrunn, is a zoo in Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.AnimalsIt is 14 hectares in size, and has 1200 animals from 140 ...
Festungsberg is a mountain in the city of Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria. Its summit at about 542 m is the site of Hohensalzburg Castle.The mountain is located in the south of the ...
The Großes Festspielhaus was designed by the architect Clemens Holzmeister in 1956 for the Salzburg Festival in Austria. The Festspielhaus was inaugurated on 26 July 1960 with a performance of ...
Schloss Klessheim is a Baroque palace located in Wals-Siezenheim, 4 km west of Salzburg, Austria. Designed and constructed by Austrian architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach for Prince-Archbishop Johann Ernst von ...
Gaisberg is a mountain to the east of Salzburg, Austria. It belongs to the Osterhorngruppe between the Lammertal valley and the Wolfgangsee. A public bus route starting from the Mirabellplatz ...
Altstadt Salzburg is one of the districts of Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.Old cityIn Altstadt Salzburg are found the more important monuments of the city, being recognised a World ...
Red Bull Arena may refer to one of multiple association football stadia:Red Bull Arena , home stadium of German football club RB Leipzig.Red Bull Arena , home stadium of American ...
Rainberg is a mountain, in the city of Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.HeightIt is 511 meters high. ...
Austria's highest waterfall. Enjoy the surrounding countryside during your hike up the waterfalls.
As loud as a scream or as melodious as a song and sung as a modulated “jo” syllable
A true culinary delight in Salzburg
Stylish Austrian design hotel in the Gastein Valley.
Come see this unique landscape of green Alpine pastures and snow covered mountains reflected in the turquoise water
The mighty, 900-year-old fortress of Hohenwerfen, set in a beautiful alpine setting near Salzburg, Austria.
Europe’s most important festival for contemporary jazz set to the imposing Alps, mountain pastures, and a lovely lake
Learn about the bread and butter of life in a centuries-old farmhouse.
Discover 400 years of the history of agricultural development and farm management
A dessert with a history dating back to the early 17th century has one of Salzburg biggest fanbase.
An expression of the deepest reflection and spiritual longing for peace
One of the oldest salt mines in the world which built the magnificent city of Salzburg
Nothing beats standing before the chapel on Christmas Eve while the singing of the world’s most famous Christmas carol
Visit the unique world of Hellbrunn’s trick fountains and Mannerist architecture for an afternoon of amazing family fun.
Salzburg’s Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau’s token of love for Salome Alt
The perfect spot to indulge and relax by the Cathedral on your way up to the Hohenfestung Salzburg
A grandiose hotel in Salzburg
The oldest restaurant (first mentioned in 803!) is an experience you might not want to miss
This architectural, arts & culinary temple located right at the Salzburg Airport is well worth your visit.
Enter the fairy tale world of Hellbrunn Palace during its amazing Advent season starting 4 weeks before christmas.
The Alpine pastures transport animals and people alike in an intoxicating mood for just a short while in summer
Enjoy the amazing view of Salzburg's downtown. The cafe offers great views as well as great cuisine.
A fixed star in the culinary heavens of Salzburg for music festival visitors as well as for many others
Its picturesque streets are packed with modern-art galleries, music clubs, and theaters
enjoy reduced entrance fees to museums, free public transportation and much more
One of the most prestigious music festivals on earth, celebratd on the city’s squares and streets
Has always been the weekly market for the people living in and around the city of Salzburg
Follow the path of ten art projects and get to know the real Salzburg
Dirndl and Lederhosen in Salzburg stand between tradition and the avant-garde.
An international avant-garde festival (July)
This bike path is a bikers dream come true as it cuts through some of the world's most mountainous terrain
Musicians and ensembles of the highest calibre fill the beautiful Alpine city with music and drama
Puts the variety of regional products front and center, weaving a SalzburgerLand holiday with the true gourmet's dream