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  • Mirabell Gardens
    Mirabell Gardens
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  • Mirabell Gardens
    Mirabell Gardens
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  • Mirabell Gardens
    Mirabell Gardens
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  • 1. Travel tips and assistance

    As with all these tourist cards, you need to do your homework to see if it's viable to buy or not. I did this, and for us it was, so we bought ours from our Pension, and began using it straight away,...

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  • 2. Mirabell gardens

    We were three blocks from Mirabell Gardens and walked by them a half a dozen times without realizing what it was. On our last day, we discovered them about 20 minutes before our bus was to leave for a...

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  • 3. Mozart Platz

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in this town and you can visit his birth home that is located in the old city center. He was born in 1756 and died in 1791. Mozart is touted as one of the greatest...

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  • 4. Sightseeing by foot

    Here is some useful information about Salzburg for you just in case: www.salzburginfo.at tourist@salzburginfo.at tel.+43 0662 88 98 70 fax +43 0662 88 98 7-435 Salzburg Guide Service ...

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  • 5. Dome/Cathedral

    This is going to be hard to explain. Looking directly at the front of the Dome, walk back so you are past the statue of Mary and through the arches across the way. If you back up far enough and then...

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  • 6. Altstadt

    City tours starting at 9.30 a.m., 10 a.m. and every hour until 5 p.m are quite popular among the visitors of the city. You can make reservations at +43 0662 87 40 29 sightseeing@panoramatours.com ...

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  • 7. Architecture

    Upon entering the old town one cannot help but to notice the sturdy construction of the tunnel even though it was built between 1764 and 1767. One of the examples of the magnificent old architectural...

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  • 8. Hohensalzburg

    This very well preserved cannon and thee others just like it remain aimed out of the portals of Hohensalzburg's Katze bastion. The heavy cast iron portal doors remain open these days. The bastion and...

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  • 9. Pferdeschwemme

    We stopped by to take some picture at this pool because we saw beautiful murals on the wall, little that we know…it a horse pond or bathing pool for horses a long time ago. Well that interesting...

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  • 10. Residenz

    Start wandering from RESIDENZPLATZ. Upon reaching Salzburg, we were given half the day to explore on our own. Happily with my new found friend, a Japanese girl & a couple from Israel, we proceed to...

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  • 11. Churches

    Music and Mozart are everywhere, you can't miss them. I would recommend visiting the churches particularly if the heat and humidity are high. Few places have air conditioning, but the places of...

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  • 12. Take the Sound of Music tour. ...

    Besides the cool little streets with beautiful shops and the amazing view from the fort, the Sound of Music tour was great! My mom and I took it in February when the "Hills were alive with..." SNOW...

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  • 13. The Moenchsberg

    Mönchsberg is a small hill - and you may walk to the top or take an elevator - the charge is about 2,- € for both ways and from Mönchsberg you will have a great view of the city, see the river Salzach...

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  • 15. the Alps

    The very beautiful mountains surrounding Salzburg can be seen clearly from the castle hill.Salzburg is on the banks of the Salzach river, at the northern...

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  • 16. Oldest bakery

    When you wander around St Peters look out for the oldest bakery in Salzburg and pop in there. The smell of the freshly baked bread will in any case call your...

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  • 17. salzburg card

    No matter how long or short your visit I would recommend buying a salzburg card. The tourist office sells them and so do many hotels.The card will get you into...

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  • 18. History of Salzburg

    The earliest traces of human remains found in the Salzburg area date back to the Neolithic Age. The first known settlers were Celts from around 15 BC who were...

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  • 19. Salzburg Card

    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...

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  • 20. Salzburg Card

    The Salzburg Card is really worth buying. You can save big amounts of money if you intend to visit all famous places in the town. The Salzburg Card includes: -...

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  • 21. Use your mobile phone as a Salzburg City Guide !

    The wellknown (largest) Austrian Mobile Network A1 offers to everybody a new service, that turns your mobile phone ínto a mobile Travel Guide !Your mobile City...

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  • 22. Perfect Location for a Solo Traveller

    If you fancy taking a trip alone, perhaps just to re-charge your batteries, Salzburg is the perfect location. The city is extremely safe, day and night, and...

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  • 23. Kehlsteinhaus (Eagle's Nest)...WW II History

    It's amazing that a city, which was home to one of the most famous composers on earth, is so near a place, which once housed the world’s most famous tyrant. Yet...

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  • 24. Mozart on a more human scale

    My fondest memory of the Mozart craze in Salzburg is one night in front of the Mozarts Geburtshaus (house where Mozart was born), on Getreidegasse.As we were...

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  • 25. Augustinerbrau

    Just outside the old town, along the river, you'll find adjacent to a church the Augustinerbrau beer hall. Featuring beer brewed by monks and a great outdoor...

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