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Mozart's birthplace, baroque style Old Town and medieval Hohensalzburg Fortress, lies in this Alpine city

Hire a private jet with GlobeAir to Salzburg and arrive at the dedicated private jet terminal at the Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart. Salzburg is a city of culture, history and fun. It's the birthplace of classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and it's one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its medieval architecture and stunning views of the Alps.

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Why visit Salzburg?

If you're looking for the perfect fairytale European city, look no further than beautiful Salzburg. This charming town has romantic sights, historic landmarks and lively festivals. It has something for everyone!

Mozart, Haydn and Julie Andrews are among the many famous figures inspired and enchanted by Salzburg. If you visit this beautiful city, too, be prepared to fall under its spell as you meander through Baroque buildings and Romanesque archways and hope to hear some lingering echoes of Mozart's fortepianos or a "Do-Re-Mi" from the Trapp Family Singers.

Salzburg is the handsomely preserved birthplace of classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. With a rich history and beautiful natural surroundings, Salzburg is a great place to visit for anyone interested in music or art.

The city has many museums and historical attractions that will appeal to casual tourists and those with a more profound interest in culture and history. Salzburg's Baroque architecture is breathtaking, and it's easy to see why UNESCO declared the entire city a World Heritage Site in 1997. The city has a fascinating and dynamic past, from its years as an independent principality to its role as one of Europe's great centres of music, art and literature. You will soon find that this city has more than just music history; its majestic medieval strongholds, magical palaces, and beautiful gardens make it a place you will never forget.

When is the best time to go to Salzburg?

Salzburg is a beautiful city that can be enjoyed all year round.

In the spring, the city of Salzburg is particularly beautiful when you can see colourful flowers pushing up through a covering of snow. The weather is perfect for exploring the city. The city of Mozart awakens from its winter slumber to become alive with a cultural revival that will make you even more eager for summer.

In the summer, the days are long, and the nights are short, making it the perfect time to enjoy the nightlife. The Salzburg Festival (also known as the 'Salzburger Festspiele') is one of Austria's most famous summer festivals. It lasts five weeks, starting in late July each year and features an impressive line-up of classical music and drama performances.

In the autumn, the leaves change colour, and the city is filled with the sights and sounds of the season. It's all about taking your time and enjoying the sounds of jazz and folk music on the streets. Take the time to discover Salzburg’s rich beer culture: whether enjoyed in authentic 'Dirndls' or 'Lederhosen' or simply the way you are, nothing beats a good brew at this time of year.

In the winter, the city is blanketed in snow, and the Christmas markets are in full swing. There's something magical about Salzburg in winter. The city is covered in a blanket of snow, the Christmas markets are in full swing, and the air is crisp and refreshing. It's the perfect place to enjoy winter activities like skiing or snowboarding. So if you're looking for a winter wonderland to escape to, look no further than Salzburg.

Salzburg is sure to dazzle no matter what time of year you visit.

Leisure travel

Salzburg's Old Town (Alstadt Salzburg)

Salzburg's Old Town winds around with twisting streets and pastel-coloured houses. The city comprises several districts, but the Old Town is its main tourist area. It has winding streets like all good medieval towns do and pastel-coloured houses. Make sure to visit the busy shopping street of Getreidegasse while in Alstadt. Apart from the high fashion stores Like Prada and Hugo Boss, the Getreidegasse also entices passersby with its traditional inns and numerous high townhouses alongside guild signs in wrought iron.

Mozarts Birthplace

If you're a fan of classical music, visiting the house where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born is an absolute must when in Salzburg. Highlights of the building include rooms once occupied by Mozart's family, a museum displaying numerous interesting mementoes, including his violin and portraits, and original scores for many of his compositions.

Salzburg Cathedral

With its mighty dome and two towers, the cathedral is Salzburg's most important sacred building. From a distance, it leaves an impressive stamp on the city skyline; but upon closer inspection, it reveals many surprising details. The baptismal font, the crypt and the art installation "Vanitas" are some sights to be seen here. In addition, many secrets have been associated with the seven bells and the three entrance doors.

Fortress Hohensalzburg

The Hohensalzburg Fortress, which sits on top of Festungsberg, is one of the largest castles in Europe and also the biggest fully preserved castle in Central Europe, offers a 360-degree view of Salzburg and its surroundings.


Residence Square is a spectacular central square found between the archbishops' residences in the heart of Salzburg's Old City. It is bordered on one side by New Residence with its famous carillon, the famous Salzburg Cathedral and old-styled townhouses that line both long edges.

Mirabell Palace and gardens

The Mirabell Palace and its gardens are one of the most important sites in the world. When Prince-Archbishops Salzburg died, his name was given to this palace as a memorial. In 1818, a fire destroyed much of the palace and its gardens. Today the building houses government offices, including those of the mayor. Several scenes in "The Sound of Music" were shot here, including the children running around the famous Pegasus fountain in the Gardens.

Schloss Hellbrunn

For more than 400 years, the trick fountains at Hellbrunn Palace have enchanted and amazed visitors with their water displays. The grounds around Hellbrunn Palace include both landscaped and natural biotopes. The palace's spacious parks are beautiful places to unwind, take a walk and enjoy outdoor sports.

St. Peter's Abbey and St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Cemetery is a place of beauty and grandeur, with many famous personalities buried among its historic tombs. The so-called "Long Gallery" was built in the 17th century to house an impressive collection of paintings. The cemetery was the backdrop for a famous scene from the movie "The Sound of Music".

Skiing in Salzburg

The towns and ski resorts in Austria's Salzkammergut are picturesque; huge frozen lakes dominate the landscape, pastel-coloured buildings line cobbled streets, glacial wonderlands surround you—and natural thermal waters provide relaxation.

The 5 closest Ski regions with easy access from Salzburg are:

  • St Johan
  • Bad Gastein
  • Zell am See
  • Kitzbühel
  • Schladming

Business travel

Salzburg is an ideal location for business travel due to its central location between Munich and Vienna and its proximity to Innsbruck. Salzburg is home to many large companies, including Red Bull Racing, making it a great place to conduct business. The city is also well-connected, with a robust transportation infrastructure, making it easy to get around. Salzburg is a beautiful city with a rich culture and history and plenty of things to see and do. Business travellers will find that Salzburg has everything they need to make their trip successful.

The best hotels

There is no shortage of luxury hotels in Salzburg, a beautiful city in Austria. Many of these posh accommodations are located right on the river. They offer upscale amenities such as gourmet restaurants, spas and concert halls that host classical musicians worldwide.

In its efforts to provide travellers from around the world with luxury travel experiences, Salzburg has become accustomed to catering to affluent travellers. As a result, many of Salzburg's luxury hotels are renowned for providing high-quality services and amenities.


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