Kolpinghaus Salzburg

Adolf-Kolping-Strasse 10, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
Kolpinghaus Salzburg
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Pegasus at Schloss MirabellPegasus at Schloss Mirabell

St. Peter's CemetarySt. Peter's Cemetary

the ornamented ceilingthe ornamented ceiling

the chapel insidethe chapel inside

Forum Posts

Salzburg to venice

by mattdoc

We want to travel from Salzburg to Venice on Aug 30th.. It seems that trains run as far as Villach and then you have to transfer to a bus to completer the >3 hr journey. OR we can take a longer (all train) journey by switching in Innsbruck and Verona (but waste a day of traveling). We don't want to take the more direct night train because we want to enjoy the scenery. I am a little concerned about the bus as we will be travelling with our 3 year old. Is there a more direct way via train? Any suggestions? Or is the bus "do-able"

Re: Salzburg to venice

by K_V_B

The bus is perfectly doable. It's run by the OeBB, the same peopl who run the trains in Austria. It exists because OeBB got fed up with Trenitalia's unreliability, and thus decided to provide an alternative to its customers.
It's a pity, because the railway from Villach to Italy has recently been modernised at great expense. But that's Italy for you...

Re: Salzburg to venice

by K_V_B

The bus is perfectly doable. It's run by the OeBB, the same peopl who run the trains in Austria. It exists because OeBB got fed up with Trenitalia's unreliability, and thus decided to provide an alternative to its customers.
It's a pity, because the railway from Villach to Italy has recently been modernised at great expense. But that's Italy for you...

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Salzburg Card

by monkeytrousers

I would highly recommend getting the Salzburg card. It gets you free access into every site in the city and free public transport so you can get around town and out to Hellbrunn and Untersberg free of charge. You can even take a boat tour on the river for free with the card. I was in Salzburg for 48 hours and must have got back at least 3 times that.

Adult prices are as follows:
24 hrs - 21 euros
48 hrs - 29 euros
72 hrs - 34 euros

they are all 2 euros more during the peak summer season from June 1st - 31st Oct.

www.salzburg.info

As a fun of 'sound of Music' i...

by suubi

As a fun of 'sound of Music' i recommend the 'Sound of Music tour' including a visit to Mirabell Gardens and Mirabell Palace where Maria and the children sing 'Do-Re-Mi'
. They are sooo beautiful.

Mozart Kugeln

by Marpessa

These chocolates are somewhat ‘souvenir like’ as they have Mozart on them, so I imagine that tourists would probably buy them more than locals? But, maybe I’m wrong.

I did end up buying a little box of these, it had about 6 of the chocolate balls inside it. One website describes the chocolates as: “exquisitely filled with pistachio marzipan made out of fresh green pistachios, almonds and hazelnut nougat enrobed with delicious milk chocolate and plain chocolate” ( http://www.malincho.com/chocolate_boxes.asp). And that sounds about right to me.

The chocolates are quite delicious and can be found in any souvenir store (I actually found them the other week in a sweets store in Geelong!) or chocolate store - the store in the photo is on Alter Markt in the Old Town (Altstadt).

Mirabellgarten

by globetrott

Mirabell-garten is just a few steps from the train-station - and arriving by train is the best idea in Salzburg, as in the centre most streets are pedestrian area or one-way-streets and only locals will know, how to get along CBMirabellgarden is a great place for a little walk and have a great view of the castle

Street Musicians

by hunterV

Like in any big city, there are always street musicians downtown.
This Chinese actor put lots of glasses and a champagne bottle on his head playing his flute at the same time.
It was in Resindenzplatz.

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