Located between the Salzach River and the Monchsberg in northern Austria, Salzburg is one of the most picturesque cities in central Europe. Set against the backdrop of the Alps, the skyline of Salzburg is dominated by its impressive Baroque architecture. Rich in history and natural beauty, this tourist-favourite city of just 150,000 draws nearly two million tourists every year.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction to Salzburg - Overview - Culture - Location & Orientation - Climate & When to Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Old Town (Altstadt) - Hohensalzburg Castle (Festun Hohensalzburg) - Mozart’s Birth-house (Mozarts Geburtshaus) - Salzburg Cathedral (Salzburg Dom) - Schloss Hellbrunn Palace - Schloss Klessheim Palace - Mirabell Palace & Gardens - Salzburg Residenz – Home of the Archbishops - Getreidegasse - Salzburg Zoo (Tiergarten Hellbrunn) - Museums - Salzburg Museum - Museum of Natural History & Technology - Churches - Nonnberg - Sebastienkirche - Michaelskirche - St Peterkirche - Recommendations for the Budget Traveler - Places to Stay - Motel One Salzburg-Sud - Star Inn Hotel Salzburg Zentrum - Best Western Hotel Imlauer - Radisson Blu Hotel - Meininger Hotel Salzburg City Centre - Places to Eat & Drink - 220 GRAD - Knodlerei - St Paul’s Stub’n Beer Garden - Saran Essbar - Wilder Mann - Places to Shop - NAGY Lebkuchen & Kerzenmanufaktur - Getreidegasse - Jahn-Markl - Farmer’s Markets - Shopping Centers