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The Austrian city of Salzburg is known for its elegance and sophistication, boasting a rich culture, stunning architecture and a couple of big claims to fame. One, of course, is its feature in the iconic movie, Sound of Music. The other is being the birthplace of famous composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. If neither of these are enough to entice you, the natural scenery might be. Salzburg is surrounded by mountains that provide a stunning alpine backdrop and is situated right on the Salzach River, which adds a unique, fairytale charm.
Salzburg has a rich history, with the city dating all the way back to 696. The evidence of times gone by has been amazingly well preserved, especially the Baroque architecture and town center, which was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1996. However, just because the city’s history is evident as you stroll the winding lanes and cobblestone streets, doesn’t mean it hasn’t also progressed into a thriving, modern city. The city’s university has drawn a younger crowd who bring vibrance and zest. There’s a range of trendy bars and eateries on the river and the city even has an energetic nightlife for those who are interested.
Salzburn has an old school charm that will transport you to another time, but also a modern edge that will appeal to the young and young at heart. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite things to do in Salzburg to help get you inspired for your next trip.
Ride the cable car to Salzburg Fortress
Wander the narrow streets of Old Town
Visit the place where Mozart was born
Stroll through the gardens at Mirabell Palace
Get soaked by the fountains at Hellbrunn Castle
Admire the Baroque architecture of Salzburg Cathedral
Indulge in some retail therapy on Getreidegasse
Do some people watching in Mozartplatz Square
Go hiking on Gaisberg Mountain
Salzburg has an extensive public transport network and is a very tourist-friendly city. While some parts are best navigated on foot (Old Town, for example), the following transport options can be used when you need to travel a bit farther.
Bus (20-28, 34, 35, 151)
Given the number of things to see and do in Salzburg, you won’t have a problem filling your days with entertaining activities. if anything, you’ll be faced with a problem of fitting everything in! When you’re ready to hit the street and see the sights, drop your bags off at a Salzburn luggage storage shop. Whether you prefer cultural attractions or outdoor adventures, you’ll be free to explore without worrying about your luggage.
While Salzburg has plenty to offer without ever leaving the city limits, you might find yourself with time to explore a bit more of the region. You’ll also probably find yourself being drawn to the impressive mountains that surround the city and it’s only fair that you’d want to experience their beauty up close. Here are our favorite day trips from Salzburg:
Obersalzberg and Berchtesgaden: For a little WWII history, head to Obersalzburg in the Berchtesgaden. The scenic drive is worth the trip alone, but you can also visit Eagle’s Nest, where Hitler enjoyed spending time.
Werfen: Only half an hour from Salzberg, this picturesque town is well worth a visit. Make sure to check out the world’s largest ice caves - a collection of underground tunnels that are 45 kilometers long.
Hallstatt: This beautiful town is set right on the banks of Hallstatter See, the most visited lake in all of Austria. Enjoy the water or just spend some time wandering the romantic streets of Hallstatt.
Kitzbuhel: If you’re a skier or snowboarder and visiting Salzburg during the winter, factor a trip to Kitzbuhel into your trip. It’s one of the largest ski resorts in Austria, although its charming medieval town and scenic hikes also make it a popular destination in summer.
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The price for luggage storage in Salzburg is just €5.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Salzburg which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Geotop Gletscherschliff bei Fischbach, Hohensalzburg Castle, Mirabell Palace and many other areas.
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Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Salzburg. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Salzburg where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are St. Peter Stiftskulinarium, Johanneskeller, and Sternbräu. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Salzburg are Wyndham Grand Bad Reichenhall Axelmannstein, Eco-Suite Hotel, and Schloss Haunsperg.
Salzburg offers several scenic parks including Mirabellgarten, Kurgarten, and Furtwänglerpark.
You can find local tourist information at Tourist Info Mozartplatz, Metzgersteig, and Tourist Info Berchtesgaden-Königssee.
If you're looking for a good museum in Salzburg, we recommend Hohensalzburg Castle, Mozart's Birthplace, and Mozart Residence. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Salzburg's most popular historical attractions including Röhrmoosmühle, Predigtstuhl Cable Car, or Salzachbrücke and monuments like Gradierhaus, Monument, or Johann-Michael-Rottmayr-Denkmal. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Berghof, Ruine Burgturm, or Burgruine Raschenberg.