Address: Badgastein, Austria.
This is a beautiful small town located in the High Tauern Mountains, south of Salzburg. As the name indicates, the town is popular for Spa treatments and several Belle Epoque Hotel buildings. Another attraction is the Gastein Waterfalls at the center of the town. Also, you can take baths from spring hot waters, hiking trails, also a colorful nightlife.
Address: Fürstenweg 37, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This stunning palace is a favorite tourist attraction in Salzburg. You can enjoy guided tours to explore the amazing architecture, interiors, beautiful gardens and finally the most iconic landmark of this palace, the trick fountains. This would be the funniest thing that you can enjoy here. It was used by Markus Sittikus to entertain his guests like mysterious grottos, water-powered figures, and hidden water jets.
Address: Mirabellplatz, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This beautiful palace was built in 1606 by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich for his beloved Salome Alt. Popular things you can enjoy in this stunning palace are Mirabell Hall, one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the World, an attractive Baroque gardens with attractions like The Grand fountain, The Pegasus Fountain, The Hedge Theatre in the Western portion of garden, rose garden, etc.
Address: Mönchsberg 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
Take a visit to one of the largest fortifications in entire Europe in Salzburg. It is located on a hilltop where you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Old town of Salzburg and the Alps. The motive behind its construction is to protect the arch Bishops from hostile attacks. It houses many museums like The Fortress Museum, Marionette Museum, Atlez Zeughaus and museum of the Rainer Regiment. Also, you can explore Price’s Hall, Chambers, Golden Hall, etc over here.
Address: Museumspl. 5, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This is the perfect space to understand the world in millions of years ago. You can understand deeply how our human body functions from here. It also offers hands-on experiences on the latest movements in science & technology. It also hosts different exhibitions where you can learn more about different eco- systems like tropical rain forests, deserts, etc.
Address: Hellbrunnerstraße 60, 5081 Anif, Austria.
This would be the most exciting thing your kid will enjoy. It is located in the south of Salzburg city. It houses 1500 animals of 150 species. It offers a natural habitat for the animals’ lives here. Popular attractions are exotic lions, pandas, white rhino, brown bears, domestic Capricorn, etc.
Address: Getreidegasse 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This is one of the most visited museums in Austria and a favorite destination for fans of Mozart. His family lived here for 26 years. At present, you can find a museum here which was opened by the International Mozarteum Foundation. You can explore the living style of Mozart’s, collection of portraits, history about the growth in his life, etc.
Address: Getreidegasse, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This is the charming old town of Salzburg. If you are a shopping lover, you must love this street. You can find plenty of shops like international branded shops, restaurants, cafes, traditional shop, etc. You can buy a wide range of items like clothes, Jewellery, stationery, antiquities, folk wear, perfumes, etc. Also, explore the traditional architectural buildings in this street.
Address: Residenzplatz 1, Domplatz 1a, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This architectural marvel is a cultural highlight of Salzburg. This cathedral is dedicated to St. Peter’s Abbey. It presently functions as amazing five museums in Salzburg. Popular attractions are Rossacher Collection of Baroque art, baroque staterooms of the Alte Residenz, Residenz Gallery, Cathedral Organ Loft, and North Oratory with special exhibitions, St.Peters Museum, Long gallery, etc.
Address: Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
This art museum is located on the hilltop of Monchsberg Mountain that is located in the heart of the city. It attracts millions of art lovers every year. You can explore the beauty of artworks of renowned artists from the period of 20th to 21st centuries. This museum was opened in 2004 and designed by renowned architecture team Friedrich Hoff und Zwink. This would be a wonderful visual feast for art lovers.