• UNESCO Welterbe - World Heritage Site • The Getreidegasse is the bustling heart of Salzburg’s Old City, its unmistakable charm as well as Mozart’s Birthplace making it an irresistible destination for countless visitors from around the world. Aside from an array of international fashion chains, the…
muss man sehen, sehr touristisch. Beachte die schönen alten handgemachten Schilder über den Geschäften. Pedestrian area. A must! Have a look at the old handmade plates over the shops.
The Getreidegasse is the bustling heart of Salzburg’s Old City, its unmistakable charm as well as Mozart’s Birthplace making it an irresistible destination for countless visitors from around the world. Aside from an array of international fashion chains, the Getreidegasse also charms passers-by with…
“Retrace the steps of the Mozart family on three floors with original exhibits and gain insights into life in Salzburg in the 18th century. See Mozart’s children’s violin and clavichord, documents, letters, portraits, furniture and everyday items from life during Mozart’s times. Round tour with cell phone guide, guided tours. Approx. duration of a visit one hour. Opening hours Open every day 9 am to 5.30 pm ”
“Adress: Europastraße 1, 5018 Salzburg Europark is, next to the designer outlet, the biggest shopping center in Salzburg. There are many known brands like "H&M", "Zara" etc. If you want to do some shopping, it is a good option for rainy days. For food we reccomend "DIDIlicous" and "YaoYao". For desert/ coffee we reccomend "The Bakery by Didi Maier".”
“Guests of all ages will marvel at the aquarium with more than 40 tanks, the reptile zoo with approx. 60 enclosures and the multifaceted exhibitions. Space hall, Science Center with 80 experiment stations, themed rooms, e.g. about mammals, Ice Age or minerals, terrace with a view and a café. Highlights: feeding in the aquarium (shark, octopus, archerfish), special exhibitions, interactive adventures, guided tours, workshops, events, experiment shows and much more. Opening hours Every day from 9 am to 5 pm ”
“It's just this awesome medieval place to be ;) . The view is magnificent! Recommended: You can go up with a funicular from the city center and after visiting take a 'hike' over the Mönchberg to Modern Arts museum (which also has a lift) or even further north towards home..”