Salzburg - the world`s stage
The harmonious interplay of a diverse city
The Mozart city of Salzburg is unique in every respect. It features a harmonious interplay of landscape and architecture, art and culture, traditional and modern.
The wide-ranging programme includes Mozart’s birthplace, the film set to The Sound of Music, the narrow alleyways and broad promenades of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world-famous Salzburg Festival and the ‘Jedermann’ play.
The Rome of the North
Salzburg is renowned for being the Rome of the North and is popular among visitors of all ages. Strolling through the pretty streets, living and working among the ultra-modern architecture, an enormous range of art and culture and numerous lakes in the surrounding area. The Baroque and cultural city of Salzburg offers a seemingly endless range of possibilities in the city as well as numerous excursions into the surrounding Salzburger Land. These top 5 must-sees are not to be missed!
Munich, Innsbruck and Villach are an easy approx. 2 hour journey away. And Linz is just 1.5 hours away. As a city of culture, Salzburg is quickly becoming a focal point of western Austria and central Bavaria – both in cultural and artistic terms as well as in its role as a congress and trade fair city.
The cultural city of Salzburg
W.A. Mozart, the von Trapp family, The Sound of Music, the ‘Jedermann’ play, the Salzburg Festival, Advent singing, Jazz & the City Salzburg – no other state capital in Austria offers such a diverse cultural setting as Salzburg. Salzburg also bridges the gap between traditional and modern. The world capital of traditional costumes offers a colourful spectacle on the streets and deer skin trousers and dirndls are classed as everyday clothing here. And at the centre of it all – plenty of room for architecture, modernity and individuality – just like the B(l)ackhome City Hotel.