Salzburg welcome: Salzburg is conveniently located in western Austria on the border with Germany. Many European airlines fly to the airport, which is close to the city. By train, you can get from Munich to the Salzach River quickly and easily. And you don’t need a car in Salzburg. You can get everywhere easily on foot, by bike or with the Salzburg public transport system.
After a two-year break due to the corona pandemic, the eat&meet culinary festival invites you to a variety of moments of pleasure and events in Salzburg’s old town from 6 to 22 May 2022. A culinary come-togehther that we missed so much in the last two years because of the corona pandemic. [Read more]
On rbb last night (3.12.) there was a report “50 reasons why you have to love Salzburg.” A tourist portrait of the city and country of Salzburg. Hera Lind, writer and actress lives in Salzburg and gets to the point relatively at the beginning of this documentary: “This city is full of life!” Which is undoubtedly true. [Read more]
Corona and no end: After the Austrian government decided to lock down the unvaccinated from Monday 15.11.2021, a lot of people are facing problems. Not only the unvaccinated but unfortunately also everyone else. The sudden increase in the willingness to be vaccinated cannot change anything in the short term. It’s a bad outlook for the Christmas season, which can be so beautiful in Salzburg. [Read more]
Advent, the HOSI and Corona: The Christmas market season also starts in Salzburg next weekend (20/21 November). First and foremost the world-famous Salzburg Christmas Market. At the Christmas market at the Alter Markt, the HOSI Salzburg will bring the rainbow into the Christmas flair of the old town with a punch stand from 22-25 November. [Read more]
We have just recovered from the extremely successful Salzburg Pride 2021, and autumn is here! Salzburg is also worth a visit in the coming weeks. Jazz festival, tango ballet, winter festival are just three of many events that make the darker season more pleasant. And from 18 November it’s gingerbread and speculoos olé. [Read more]
The new Salzburg Gay Guide went to press yesterday (29.07.). On 68 pages, this edition presents scene highlights and cultural highlights in Salzburg in the next 9 months until April 2022. However the pandemic will develop – Salzburg is worth a trip under almost any circumstances. Read all about it in the new Salzburg Gay Guide. [Read more]
The monthly Merian issue appeared at the end of January, this time on Salzburg and at the same time the seventh time since 1964 that Merian has focused on Salzburg. No cracking the whip! According to tradition, what sounds like an instruction from an S&M studio was still written around [Read more]
Unpleasant times! November will live up to its bleak image. In view of rapidly rising infection figures and the upcoming “Lockdown Light”, Corona has now also killed Salzburg’s Christkindlmarkt – like many other markets before it. Salzburg’s mayor Harald Preuner announced the end of the Salzburg Christkindlmarkt in no uncertain [Read more]
On the 1st weekend of September (4 to 6.09.) the Salzburg scene celebrates the Salzburg Pride under the motto “Let’s get Loud“. A special date in several respects. For example, the organizing HOSI Salzburg is 40 years old this year and is coming up with a premiere for its birthday. [Read more]
The Long Night of Diversity was cancelled yesterday evening (15.09.) by HOSI Salzburg – unfortunately. The development of the Corona pandemic leaves no other option. The Austrian government has tightened the Corona-related restrictions in many areas of life, including of course for the gastronomy. Thus bar staff must [Read more]
“Come, marvel, experience” is the slogan of the Salzachgalerien on the banks of the Salzach between Markartsteg and Müllner Steg. Indeed, one is reminded of the atmosphere of the art market on the Seine in Paris, which the Salzachgalerien took as a model 20 years ago. Today, the art bazaar [Read more]
When Corona threw itself into the spokes of our lives at the beginning of March, the summer edition of the Salzburg Gay Guide was about to go to press – Corona stopped production from now on. But life goes on. And so there is now a – albeit somewhat reduced [Read more]
Gay Pride: The CSD in Salzburg has taken place as one of the very few Pride events on 5.09.2020. A success for the visibility of the rainbow in Salzburg.
For this year’s CSD Salzburg there were about 15 sash wearers of the European Leather- [Read more]