Belmondo Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

St Julien Strasse 7, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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which is a cheaper place to ski -- salzburg or innsbruck

by vpas

We will be in innsbruck and later in salzburg in the second week of may,which is a cheaper option for first time skiers?

Re: which is a cheaper place to ski -- salzburg or innsbruck

by WStat

now, in the second week of May you won't find much snow around Salzburg. You would have to take a trip to the nearer Salzburgean mountain-ski-resorts (usually somewhat cheaper than the Tyrolean ones),so the surrounding of Innsbruck with some nice funiculars might be better

Re: which is a cheaper place to ski -- salzburg or innsbruck

by Trekki

I passed Innsbruck 1 day ago and can testify that there is zero snow on the mountains :-) The chances are extremely low that snow will fall in the next days :-)
Does this help?
Ingrid :-)

Re: which is a cheaper place to ski -- salzburg or innsbruck

by globetrott

Kitzsteinhorn is close to Kaprun and Zell am See and there should be snow enough for the summer:

Travel Tips for Salzburg


by Marpessa

The 'Salzburg: Official Guide' is a great guide to buy when you are in Salzburg, especially if you are like me and decided at the last minute to go to Salzburg without really knowing anything about the city. I bought my copy at the train station (it comes in a few different languages), but I also saw it being sold at many other places as well (news stands, my hostel, souvenir stores, etc.)

Included in the guidebook is a map of Salzburg and it also shows you all the bus routes in and out of the city.

It gives you a great overview of the city and will help you to plan your trip.

Please excuse me if I post...

by Livermore

Please excuse me if I post some pictures that were taken by me of Salzburg. I have a terrible memory so I won't be able to tell you what church or what sight I got the picture of in the this visually simulating city. Salzburg is a city of music. They have impromptu concerts and strolling musicians in the city center. I just followed the band and listened to a free concert.

visit the Hohensalzburg...

by Fam_Stoica

visit the Hohensalzburg fortress (Festung Hohensalzburg) - the largest, fully-preserved fortress in central Europe. The more than 900-year-old citadel dates back to the investiture controversy between emperor and pope over the right to appoint the bishop. As a faithful servant of the pope, Archbishop Gerhard von Salzburg had the strongholds of Hohensalzburg, Hohenwerfen and Friesach built on his sovereign territory in 1077. Expansion of Gebhart's fortifications were temporarily completed under Konrad I (1160 - 1147).

During the 15th and 16th centuries, during the turmoil of the so-called Hungarian War and the Peasants' War in which the province of Salzburg was involved, the archbishops took refuge behind the battlements of the fortress. It was during this period that the main building was enlarged and the arsenal and the granary erected. Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach (1495 - 1519) enlarged the fortress and its exterior has remained substantially unaltered since then. The fortress' interior was richly decorated: intricate Gothic wood-carvings and ornamental paintings decorate the Golden Hall and the Golden Chamber. 58 insignia and coats of arms with the beetroot are commemorative of Leonhard von Keutschach. The fortress' symbol, the lion, holds the beetroot in its paws. One of the last extensive modifications was the addition of the great Kuenberg bastion.

During its long history the Hohensalzburg Fortress has always remained unconquered by enemy troops.

Having served as a fortification and temporary residence of the prince archbishops for many years, the fortress also served as military barracks and a prison. Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich was held captive in the fortress for five years by his nephew and successor, Markus Sittikus, up to his death in 1617.

Today the fortress is open to the public all year round and artists from around the world meet here for courses at the International Summer Academy.


by globetrott

Marstallschwemme is the official expression used in travelbooks It was built in 1695 just in order to wash the horses before the returned to the stables

These places existed in every big town, but this one survived all the centuries, as it was built with all these ornaments and paintings

I have found that most people...

by jimnelli

I have found that most people under the age of 30 speak English and German, so if you speak either of those languages, you will have no problems finding someone with answers to your questions. Don't be afraid to ask someone what you are looking at, or where something is.


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