Sights within 10 Minutes of the Hotel

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The Kasererbräu

Close to the City’s Sights

Choose from 45 stylish, individual rooms and suites, and enjoy the luxury of living in the centre of the Salzburg cultural metropolis.
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The Only City Hotel

With its own car park

This traditional, family-run hotel in the centre of Salzburg is part of the architectural and historical treasure trove that is Salzburg Old Town.
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Own Cinema in the Hotel

Salzburg Old Town Hotel with its own Cinema!

Film history was written in the Mozartkino cinema. It’s probably the oldest cinema in the world. Austrian cinema & selected blockbusters are given the silver screen treatment!
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Just 10 Minutes to Get to Salzburg’s Sights

The quickest way to Salzburg’s best attractions

No other accommodation gets you as close to the Old Town as the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu, set in the beating heart of the Old Town.

Just a few minutes away from the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu, you’ll find the city’s most popular shopping street – Getreidegasse – where millions of tourists lose themselves among the countless shops each year, stocking up on sweet Mozartkugeln for their loved ones back home. The big festival house (Große Festspielhaus) and the Hohensalzburg Castle are also nearby.

The following can be reached within ten minutes from our hotel:


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Getreidegasse
Probably the most famous and frequented shopping street in Salzburg
Welcome to Getreidegasse, probably the most famous and frequented shopping street in Salzburg, and location of Mozart’s childhood home.
Getreidegasse

Probably the most famous and frequented shopping street in Salzburg

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Judengasse
In the Middle Ages, in the times of courtiers, this street was the centre of the Jewish community
It is now home to quirky boutiques that rub shoulders with designer stores. Along with Getreidegasse, this street is part of Salzburg’s most popular place for flâneurs to simply stroll along.
Judengasse

In the Middle Ages, in the times of courtiers, this street was the centre of the Jewish community

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Goldgasse
Home to Salzburg’s first goldsmiths
Today, the street is one of the greatest international fashion streets. Fashion fans and trend setters meet here to catch up on all the latest trends in the world of fashion.
Goldgasse

Home to Salzburg’s first goldsmiths

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The big festival house
This theatre plays host to major operas, musicals, concerts, orchestra performances and much more.
The big festival house is an imposing festival hall offering an impressive range of events that is especially popular during the Salzburg Festival. This theatre plays host to major operas, musicals, concerts, orchestra performances and much more!
The big festival house

This theatre plays host to major operas, musicals, concerts, orchestra performances and much more.

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Hohensalzburg Castle
If you take the funicular, you can reach Salzburg’s best-known landmark in around 10 minutes.
If you’d prefer to tackle the ascent on foot, the walk to the castle takes around 20 to 30 minutes, and offers unbelievable views over the Old Town.
Hohensalzburg Castle

If you take the funicular, you can reach Salzburg’s best-known landmark in around 10 minutes.

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The Kollegien Church
The Kollegien Church was founded in 1623 by the Benedictine University of Salzburg.
It was intended to serve as a university church, and is now a protected listed building.
The Kollegien Church

The Kollegien Church was founded in 1623 by the Benedictine University of Salzburg

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Franziskanerkirche Church
This church of the people has been a place of quiet reflection since its completion
It’s Salzburg’s oldest church, and was designed in the Gothic style. Any guests interested in visiting may do so from 6:30 to 19:30 daily.
The Franciscan Church

This church of the people has been a place of quiet reflection since its completion

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Mozart’s Birthplace
Mozart’s family lived on the third floor of Getreidegasse number 9 from 1747 to 1773
That’s right! Mozart’s family lived on the third floor of Getreidegasse number 9 from 1747 to 1773. If you’re interested, you can find out more at the Mozart Museum, which is open daily.
Mozart’s Birthplace

Mozart’s family lived on the third floor of Getreidegasse number 9 from 1747 to 1773