Salzburg
Salzburg
Highly recommended
Salzburg The Essential
Highly recommended
Salzburg was rebuilt in the 17th century, because of the common dream of three great archbishops, lovers of Italy, who wanted to make it the " Rome of the North ". Strolling through the city, you 'll discover its forest of domes and bell towers, bathed in a very soft light, the charm of its narrow streets and squares, lined with churches and palaces, where sumptuous Baroque shines forth. The famous Festival pays tribute to Mozart, whose memory is naturally also very present.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Salzburg
Gaisbergstraße
Gaisbergstraße
Near Salzburg, the Gaisberg enables you
60 minutes
Getreidegasse
Getreidegasse
Like all the Old Town's streets,
30 minutes
St. Peter's Cemetery
St. Peter's Cemetery
The touching and romantic thing about
30 minutes
Nature House (Natural History Museum)
Nature House (Natural History Museum)
The " Nature House " is, first of all, a
120 minutes
Benediktinerstiftskirche St. Peter
Benediktinerstiftskirche St. Peter
If the Benedictine abbey-church, founded
30 minutes
Mönchsberg
Mönchsberg
From the Mönchsberg terrace, to which
60 minutes