Salzburg is a prestigious city in Austria presenting an internationally renowned baroque architecture and a restful atmosphere throughout the city. Located on the banks of the Salzach River, at the northern boundary of the Alps, the city centre of Salzburg happens to be listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is the most renowned personality who was born in Salzburg and his birthplace, a house in the city centre, is now one of the most frequently visited museums in the world. Salzburg became world famous with the movie “Sound of Music” where all the beautiful sites of Salzburg were reflected, thus after short time visitors came to Salzburg asking about the original sites they saw in the movie.
The Europark Shopping Centre Salzburg is the largest shopping centre in Western Austria, and has been awarded in the categories architectural design and sustainable development as best shopping centres of the world. Salzburg’s most famous shopping lane is the charming Getreidegasse in the heart of the city, where luxurious boutiques next to another can be found. Romantic passageways, courtyards and wrought iron guild signs are characteristic that best describe this wonderful shopping lane. From here it is not far to Salzburg’s cathedral square, where the delightful baroque cathedral with the Alpine setting in the background is situated.
Sightseeing opportunities are rife, with the Fortress Hohensalzburg, which is one of the largest existing 11th century fortresses in Europe. The Fortress Hohensalzburg is a popular destination for trips and outings, and a must-see for every visitor to Salzburg. For those looking for cultural diversity the Museum of modern art, which offers one of the most rewarding views over Salzburg, is the right place to go. It is dedicated to pot-war and contemporary art. A prominent festival of music in Salzburg is the Salzburg Festival which is held each year in summer, for five weeks starting in July. One of the world's most exclusive music festivals impresses with its exceptionally high quality of music, the commitment of its international artists and the successful combination of the traditional and modern.
The cuisine offer of Salzburg is of great variety. Whether you feel like experiencing local restaurants with traditional dishes, as the renowned Kaiserschmarrn or one of the international restaurants with a sophisticated atmosphere offering a whole range of international dishes.
Salzburg unspoilt countryside with its unique natural charms is one of the most important resources for tourism. Visitors appreciate the tranquillity and the stunning view on the mountains. During the winter season the whole region around Salzburg welcomes visitors who look for the joy of winter sports in a fantastic surrounding.
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