Roman Forisch presents his personal highlights in Salzburg. As a certified city guide, he tells stories in the column “My Salzburg” about sights, historical personalities and incidents that make you smile and thus invites you to see Salzburg through rose-colored glasses. Enjoy reading and see you soon in Salzburg.

Salzburg and winter sports

Whether as a winter sports instructor in Flachau or as a ski guide at “”: In winter I am skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing. I would be very happy to take the readers of the Salzburg Gay Guide with me: A week with nice men in the Kitzbühler Alps or in Obertauern. [Read more]


Hotel Hofwirt Salzburg

Archduke Ludwig Viktor

Archduke Ludwig Viktor, the brother of Emperor Franz Josef, was banished from Vienna to Salzburg. He had endeared himself to the people of Salzburg by coming to the financial aid of flood victims. The emperor, on the other hand, received reports in Vienna that his brother was harassing soldiers. What had happened? [Read more]

Pride Boat

On June 20, the summer party of the year for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people & friends will take place: the Pride Boat on Lake Wolfgang. A colorful party crowd gathers on a ship with DJs and gastro on board. The boat cruises across the lake, stops for swimming [Read more]

The hill of roses

I often accompany my guests to the salt mine in Hallein. The train entrance, the crossing of the salt lake and the fast long slides are adventurous. A visit to the Celtic village and museum takes you back 5500 years. There you learn about salt mining in the time of the Celts until today and also about the interesting story of the young prince archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau from Salzburg. He had 15 children with the pretty Salome – despite celibacy! [Read more]

Gay Party Salzburg


I gladly recommend a visit to the Domquartier in museum weather. Here you can look at five museums with one entrance fee. My highlights are the statue of the Young Man from Magdalensberg (Carinthia) in the Residence and the frescoes by Johann Michael Rottmayr in the Carabinierisaal of the Residence, [Read more]