Pension Chiemsee

Chiemseegasse 5, Salzburg, A-5020, Austria
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Visiting Salzburg on the 1th of January

by A_M_0408


On the 1th of January 2010 I will be in Salzburg.
Can you tell me if I can visit museums or go shoping?What can I do if I have only one day to see Salzburg?

Thank you.

Re: Visiting Salzburg on the 1th of January

by jojes


If you only have 1 day in the city, I'd suggest you stroll aroung the small streets of the inner city. You can discover some very nice spots just walking around. This is proven by the fact that the city of Salzburg belongs to the UNESCO Worldheritage.
Also a nice visit would be the Festung Hohensalzburg, which overlooks the city and surroundings. I've looked to find if it is open in january 1, but I haven't found it yet. I'll look some more and get back to you about that if I find something. This is their website :
The "Mozart Wohnhaus" is also interesting, and to be is better than the "Mozart Geburzhaus" (in Getreidegasse). This should be open, as their website says it's open on holidays.
The Salzburger Dom is also worth a visit and should also be open on holidays, but only in the afternoon (
Maybe you can find more info on this website :

Have fun !

Re: Visiting Salzburg on the 1th of January

by A_M_0408


Thank you very much for you detailed answer.
It was very helpfull!!!

Have a nice day.

Travel Tips for Salzburg

Mirabell gardens

by tijs

A colourful world of flowers and sculptures, artistically trimmed hedges and arbours, that's the Mirabellgarten. In 1606 Archbishop Wolf Diedrich built for his mistress Salome Alt the catle Altenau at the gates of the city. Later the whole area became a summer residence of the archbishops. The garden itself was designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1690. From the former Orangerie, through the arboured walk on the left side you will find the Hedge Theatre, and behind it there are the dwarfs. The stone dwarf figures look really cool, they represent different characters or professions.

In Austria, near Germany there...

by jcots

In Austria, near Germany there is a beautiful city called Salzburg. When you arrive in this city it immediately makes you get enchanted with that city. It's really magic. The musicians playing their instruments the street makes it a lot more magic. You feel there that Mozart was born and lived there. You can find the essence of him everywhere.

vist the Castle Festung...

by jcots

vist the Castle Festung Hohensalzburg is one of the thing you can't miss. It's like a neghbourhood inside the walls. It has church, house, guards, everything. You could live inside. It has also two nice museums.
If you have enough energy it's a good recommendation if you go up there walking. It's good to see that it was not easy to get up there. It's tired but it's worth.

Take advantage of Market Day on Thursday

by nomad7890

Visiting Salzburg on a Thursday brings the extra treat of being Market Day. Strolling down the old town we found many vendors with beautiful displays. It is a good time to stock up on fruit for the hotel or next day's train ride, or simply mingle across the locals and enjoy the experience.

Mozartkugeln, yummie!

by adinda

It was 1890 when the master pastry chef Paul Fürst from Salzburg invented the Mozartkugel. He formed a ball out of marzipan, rolled a hazelnut nougat crème layer evenly around the marzipan core by hand, and speared the ball onto a wooden pick. He then dipped the hardened ball into dark chocolate and kept turning it until the marzipan-nougat-ball was evenly covered with a layer of dark chocolate. Today, Mozartkugeln in the Konditorei Fürst in Salzburg are still made this way. The complex procedure of making them by hand was not suitable - with all due respect to tradition - to keep pace with the growing number of requests. Therefore, the traditional Salzburger Mirabell Company made its original manual production process more industrialized. However, for the manufacturing of this specialty, there are still 14 steps and each Echte Salzburger Mozartkugel requires 2 1/2 hours of work time. Today, the Echte Salzburger Mozartkugeln are exported to approximately 50 countries and function as the 'sweet' ambassador of Austria.


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