A festival city, the Rome of the north or the city of Mozart – Salzburg has many faces. Use your holiday to discover the Salzburg that you love best.
In 19997, Salzburg’s Old Town was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once you’ve visited the city on the Salzach, you’ll understand why. Salzburg greets its guests with a breathtaking backdrop: the centuries-old Hohensalzburg Castle looks down upon the city’s church towers and domes, surrounded by majestic mountain peaks. The Baroque Old Town has stood the test of time, and its churches, squares, buildings, fountains and arcades form a work of art of their very own.
Getreidegasse number 9 is one of the best-known addresses in Salzburg. This is where Salzburg’s most famous son grew up: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He’s had a lasting effect on his hometown: “Mozartkugeln”, Mozart Week – this musical genius is ubiquitous even 200 years after his death. Follow in the footprints of Mozart as you visit the house where he was born on Getreidegasse, his family home on “Makartplatz” and the font in Salzburg Cathedral where he was baptised.
You can admire their creations and works throughout the city and in Salzburg’s many museums.
Salzburg is always worth visiting, at any time of year!
No matter how you want to spend your time in Salzburg, the Hotel Kasererbräu is your perfect home from home in the heart of the Old Town. From our four-star hotel, you won’t have to walk far to reach all the city’s most popular sights.
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