Take holidays in Salzburg for Residenzplatz square's Baroque architecture and the story of Salzburg's child genius at Mozart's Birthplace. You can enjoy alpine views from medieval Hohensalzburg Fortress. Relax on Salzburg's River Salzach banks or in the Right Bank's lounge bars. Save a day of your Salzburg holiday for exploring the underworld of Eisriesenwelt ice caves.
Climb to mountain-top Hohensalzburg Fortress for far-reaching views or learn about classical music at Mozart's Birthplace. On Baroque Residenzplatz you can see Dutch Master paintings at 17th-century Residenz Galerie. Interrupt holiday sightseeing in Salzburg to souvenir-shop for leather lederhosen trousers and cowbells on cobbled Getreidegasse.
People-watch over creamy coffee and sticky cakes in traditional Salzburg cafes. For golden bread-crumbed schnitzel and dumplings, make time on your holidays for Salzburg's low-beamed taverns in the Altstadt (Old Town). Salzburg's Right Bank draws a younger crowd with world flavours. Stock up on picnic food from Salzburg's market on Universittsplatz square.
Spend your Salzburg holidays relaxing with cocktails in hip lounge bars lining Salzburg's Right Bank. If your idea of Salzburg holidays involves foaming beer and salty pretzel snacks, head for Salzburg Altstadt's brewpubs or chestnut-shaded beer gardens on Salzburg's Left Bank. For more upbeat holidays to Salzburg, mingle with 20-something partygoers on Gstttengasse.
Explore Schloss Hellbrunn palace where the eccentric archbishop Markus Sittikus used to spend his summer holidays. Nowadays you'll get soaked by his fantastical trick fountains. Go underground at Salzwelten Salzburg salt mines or head outside of Salzburg to Werfen's Eisriesenwelt, the world's largest ice caves. Bring an extra layer on your Salzburg holidays as the caves are filled with frozen sculptures and glittering tunnels.