The Old Market in Salzburg’s Old Town was laid out as a municipal trading and market square as early as the 13th century. Between 1873 and 1927 the square was called Ludwig-Viktor-Platz, after the youngest brother of Emperor Franz Joseph I, Archduke Ludwig Viktor, who lived in Klessheim Palace from 1861.
An event as special as a wedding deserves a special place. The Castellani combines everything that unites two hearts: reception in the lounge, ring exchange in the baroque chapel or under the 400-year-old lime tree and a lavish celebration in three salons or on the spacious Eschenbach terrace.
ARGEkultur is a space for events and productions. It is a place of critical discourse and open and constructive dialogue and is a year-round and continuous organiser in the local and regional context. The ARGE is located on the edge of the old town next to the Uniplatz and is a proven party location for […]
The arte Hotel Salzburg is an impressive high-rise building made of steel, concrete and glass at Salzburg’s main train station and offers an outstanding view of the old town and the surrounding countryside. Breakfast on the 15th floor and a drink in the evening at the rooftop bar with roof terrace on the 16th floor […]
The Café am Kai with its beautiful garden is picturesquely located on the banks of the Salzach at the Müllner Steg. From here you have a great view of the old town. The Café am Kai offers a variety of breakfasts, homemade cakes and pastries and a wide selection of drinks – for a little […]
Lively, old Viennese coffee house culture in the Andräviertel in Franz-Josef-Strasse. Breakfast, lunch, coffee gossip. Café Wernbacher is a time capsule from the middle of the last century. It has always been a popular meeting place for artists, intellectuals and people of all genres, a place for interesting encounters.
The 25 hotels of the hotel community “City Hotels Salzburg” are all located in Salzburg’s old town against the backdrop of Hohensalzburg Fortress. From 3* to 5* hotels to guest houses, you are within easy reach of most of Salzburg’s sights. And stay in the middle of the medieval flair of Mozart’s city with its […]
Cosy bar with adjoining late-night grill on the first floor. Good against hunger at night are the “best burgers in town”. Hearty food from organic beef and regional suppliers. In the pub district around Steingasse at Staatsbrücke. A good place to go, even for late, hungry night owls.
The Dark Eagle is located in the Andräviertel and is the only bar in Salzburg with a cruising area and versatile game rooms in the basement. Host Wolfgang always has a friendly ear for all guests. The leather and fetish scene from the region meets here. The Dark Eagle is also the club bar of […]
Das Kino am Giselakai on the Salzach sees itself as a place to give film its own venue as an influential medium of the 20th century in Salzburg. As Salzburg’s only art house cinema, Das Kino shows a specially selected film programme outside the mainstream. Das Kino curates and organises film festivals, film series and […]
The Salzburg Cathedral Square is the heart of Salzburg’s old town. The square in front of Salzburg Cathedral is not only the setting for Jedermann at the Salzburg Festival in August each year. The cathedral is also the backdrop for the annual Christkindlmarkt, which, with over 500 years of history, is one of the most […]
The DomQuartier is a unique interplay of 1300 years of Salzburg’s ruling history, art, music and architecture. It opens up authentic (early) baroque experience spaces and enables an exciting journey of discovery in the footsteps of Salzburg’s prince archbishops.
The Felsenreitschule is built into the Mönchsberg and fascinates with its stage and stone arcades. With 1,437 seats, it is one of Salzburg’s most important concert halls. It was carved out of the rock at the foot of the Mönchsberg in the 17th century. Under Max Reinhardt, the Felsenreitschule became the venue for the Salzburg […]