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Salzburg Guide



Salzburg guide offers you assistance to explore the beautiful city of Salzburg, remarkable for its harmony of sights and sounds. The marvelous baroques, ancient architecture and the musical festivals are the main attractions of Salzburg.
Salzburg is also the hometown of Mozart and the worldwide renowned Salzburg Festival is also held in this city.

Salzburg is located on the banks of the river Salzach, tucked between two mountains, the Kapuzinerberg and the Monchsberg, heightening its scenic beauty. There is some outstanding Baroque architecture found in the city most of them are contributions of the family of Prince-Archbishop Wolf-Dietrich von Raitenau. In the left bank of the Salzach River, Altstadt has numerous store of Baroque architecture. Possibly, maximum of Baroque masterpieces are found in this place than any other cities of the world.

The pleasing ambience of Salzburg is available at any time of the year. But the Advent season, that is the four Sundays before the arrival of Christmas, may be the most enjoyable time because of snow, melodious holiday music and the flourishing Christmas market that makes Salzburg a colorful and musical place to visit. Visitors should always carry umbrella in Salzburg because of the “string rain”, a kind of drenching rain that can appear at any season of the year. If the weather turns horrible, prospective visitors should not worry. Luckily Salzburg has plenty of indoor attractions to offer.

Salzburg is a favorite tourist destination to visitors for various reasons. The historians call the city as the German Rome or the Florence of the North, it's a city of festivals for the music lovers and the art lovers refer to it as the Golden City of High Baroque. Salzburg is conveniently accessible by train, about two hours from Munich and three hours from Vienna. Salzburg has modern and well organized airport with interconnected flights from the important European cities. If you are traveling by car, Autobahn from Germany can be the best option for you. Tourists can acquire a Salzburg Card that allows admission to numerous museums, zoos, churches and also comprises limitless use of the local transport system. The city is dotted with various restaurants, shopping plaza and hotels. So there is nothing to worry about accommodation or gastronomical pleasures in Salzburg.



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