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Salzburg Card
"The free brochure 'Salzburg Guide' (received with the card at exchange of your voucher) is the ideal complement to your Salzburg Card; it includes numerous color photos and provides details on all the sights as well as advice for sights you won't want to miss. Offering the best value for money the Salzburg Card is the perfect way to get around and see the sites.""""Save money as you see the city sights with the Salzburg Card. With a choice between a 24 48 or 72 hour pass
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Salzburg Card
"The free brochure 'Salzburg Guide' (received with the card at exchange of your voucher) is the ideal complement to your Salzburg Card; it includes numerous color photos and provides details on all the sights as well as advice for sights you won't want to miss. Offering the best value for money the Salzburg Card is the perfect way to get around and see the sites.""""Save money as you see the city sights with the Salzburg Card. With a choice between a 24 48 or 72 hour pass
From EUR24.00
 
Private Tour of Melk Hallstatt and Salzburg from Vienna
"We will take you on a private ride to the West of Austria to the famous lake district. With a first stop at a Benedictine abbey above the town of Melk Lower Austria which is on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Danube river adjoining the Wachau valley.The abbey contains the tomb of Saint Coloman of Stockerau and the remains of several members of the House of Babenberg Austria's first ruling dynasty. Your driver will take you to the top of Abbey where you will have a great view of the town Melk nearby gardens and the famous abbey.We will then continue further into the Lake district and drive through beautiful towns like Bad Ischl and take a stop in the picturesque village of Hallstatt which is known for its production of salt dating back to prehistoric times
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More Off The Beaten Path in Salzburg

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Café Tomaselli

if you want to see and have coffee and some snacks or food on Austria's Oldest and possibly Europe's oldest Coffee House, then head to the Café Tommaselli (it got it's Italian name as a former owner,...
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Christian Doppler Birthplace

If you are a Scientist or a Medical Doctor, Chances are you would know Christian Doppler, who was an Austrian mathematician and physicist born in 29 November 1803 here in Salzburg, in the Mackarplatz...
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Have A Farm & Country Dinner in Hallwang

The Town of Hallwaing is located 9 kilometers northeast of the downtown of Salzburg and is a suburb of the City. The town is a small farming community with only a population of less than 4,000 persons...
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River Snorkeling Traun River - u/c

There are only few options to snorkel in a fast-flowing river in Europe, but in the Traun River area near Salzburg (ca. 45 min. drive east from Salzburg), it is fairly easy. There are at least two...
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HELLBRUNN PALACE

It was 1612, and Salzburg's Prince Archbishop Markus Sittikus von Hohenems had only just ascended to the Throne, and he had to build a country residence straight away! Hellbrunn Mountain was chosen....
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SALZBURG ZOO @ HELLBRUNN

I walked to the Zoo from Hellbrunn Palace gardens. It wasn't the easiest of walks, quite long and quite a steep hill. The Zoo is located on Hellbrunn mountain with steep cliffs on one side and the...
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HELLBRUNN PALACE TRICK FOUNTAINS

IF YOU HAVE MADE THE EFFORT TO COME TO HELLBRUNN PALACE, THEN YOU MUST GO TO AND SEE THE TRICK FOUNTAINS.Prince-Archbishop, Markus Sittikus, the owner of the Palace didn't have Television back then,...
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MECHANICAL THEATRE @ HELLBRUNN PALACE

The Mechanical Theatre is a magnificent automated Theatre, that too, can only be seen on the Trick Fountain Tour.This mechanical theatre was built in the 1800's, in the place of an old Grotto. It is a...
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GROTTO'S AT HELLBRUNN PALACE

The only way you can visit the Grotto's, is on the Trick Fountain tour.Altogether, there are 3 grotto's in this area, represting Venus, Neptune & Orpheus in Greek Mythology. Each is different in a...
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THE GARDEN'S AT HELLBRUNN PALACE

"THE DIVINE UNIFIES EVEN OPPOSITES" so it says in the Palace garden!The garden is like many, not a lot of flowers, but lots of greenery, including many hedges, pathways, fountains and statues. It...
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INSIDE HELBRUNN PALACE

The Palace is a luxurious spacious building, with many rooms, ballrooms and banquet halls, still furnished and decorated in the style of 17th - 18th centuriesThe Banquet Hall is something to see,...
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Hangar7 & the Red Bull-museum

Hangar7 - a great museum of airplanes and carsand all exhibits are well arranged inside a hyper-modern hall that was constructed next to the airport of Salzburg and it even has its own exit, just in...
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Fuschl City

Fuschl is the western gate of Salzkammergut. The posh village on the lake of the same name was 1st mentioned in 790, but stayed a sleepy hamlet for centuries. The castle of Fuschl, once a hunting...
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Vötter's Fahrzeugmuseum in Kaprun

It is not easy to find this great carmuseum, except that you drive through the village of Kaprun in direction to the castle and stop at the Hotel Sport-Kristall, that also has an ancient train of the...
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Goldgasse 10, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Schwarzstrasse 5 - 7, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5024, Austria
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Monchsberg Park 26, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Hammerauer Strasse 4, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Getreidegasse 37, Salzburg, Salzburg, A-5020, Austria
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Auerspergstrasse 61, (formerly Golden Tulip Hotel Auersperg), Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Top Things to Do in Salzburg

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Hohensalzburg Fortress

To climb at the height of Salzburg Fortress (Hochensalzburg) you take a funicular, which is modern and fast, you reach the fortress in five minutes. It's not an old cogwheel train but a state of the...
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Mozart's Birthplace

This is the house where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in 1756. He lived here for the first seventeen years of his life – when he wasn’t off traveling, which was most of the time. In 2006, just in...
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Getreidegasse

this will be my things to do tips of the getriedegasse, I will have a separate shopping tip here. getriedegasse is the most famous street in Salzburg since along the street lies Mozart's Birthplace...
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Mirabell Castle and Garden

Mirabell gardens. Zwergerlgarten (dwarves garden). There may have been 28 dwarves modelled on real life subjects. Today there are only 17. I primi gnomi probabilmente risalgono al 1691 –...
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Cathedral

It was originally built by bishop Virgil in 767. He might have used the fundations by Saint Rupert. In 842 it burned down after being struck by a lightning. Three years later the re erection of the...
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St Peter's Church and Abbey

Saint Rupert founded this church and its monastery around 700. The church and the buildings were destroyed by a fire in 1127. The church was rebuilt from 1130 to 1143. It was modified through the...
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"Mozarts Music and Mozart's Kugeln & Nockerl"
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WrigleyTodd

"The Hidden Wonders of Salzburg - A MUST SEE!"
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acemj

"One order of Salzburg, please . . ."
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Maryimelda

"Fairyland for Real......"
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balhannah

"SALZBURG - A CITY I LOVED!"
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