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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 5 Minutes to Get to Salzburg’s Sights

The very best sightseeing experience with the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu

The Altstadthotel Kasererbräu is located in the centre of Salzburg, and its location on Kaigasse means it’s in the centre of Salzburg’s history, surrounded by some of the Old Town’s most imposing and important buildings.

All these sights are just a 5-minute walk from the hotel:


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Salzburger Residenz

Salzburg’s ‘old residence’

The Alte Residenz (‘Old Residence’) is a palace that was built for the Prince Archbishop. It faces the Neue Residenz (‘New Residence’) on the opposite side of Residenzplatz Square. The building was completed in the 12th century, and its 180 rooms and halls make it one of Salzburg’s most imposing buildings. Even today, it plays host to magnificent events, such as the opening for the ‘200 Years of Salzburg in Austria’ in 2016, which was attended by the Federal President.
Salzburger Residenz

Salzburg’s ‘old residence’

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Salzburg Cathedral

The cathedral of Salzburg’s archdiocese

Salzburg Cathedral is Salzburg’s Roman Catholic archdiocese’s cathedral, and is one of Salzburg Old Town’s most imposing structures. At 81 metres high, the building is also one of the highest in Salzburg. In October 1944, the cathedral’s dome was destroyed in an air raid; its reconstruction was completed in 1959. The building was completed for the first time in 774.
Salzburg Cathedral

The cathedral of Salzburg’s archdiocese

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Die Kajetaner Church

An homage to the Roman Scala Santa

Adjacent to the Trinity Church (Dreifaltigkeitskirche), you’ll find the ‘Heilige Stiege’ (holy steps), which were designed as a replica of the Scala Santa and may only be climbed on bended knees. The Scala Santa is freely accessible during Lent. The Kajetaner Church (Kajetanerkirche) in the Kaiviertel quarter is dedicated to St Maximillian and St Cajetan, and was built as a monastery church in the 17th century.
Kajetaner Church

An homage to the Roman Scala Santa

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The Nonnberg Abbey

Frescoes that date back to 1009

Here, you’ll find frescoes that date back to 1009, making them some of Austria’s most significant Romance frescoes. The nunnery became famous thanks to the film ‘The Sound of Music’, which brings millions of tourists to Salzburg each year. You can visit the abbey every day from 7:00. Please note that visits are not permitted during mass.
Nonnberg Abbey

Frescoes that date back to 1009

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St. Peter’s Abbey and Cemetery

The monastery was founded in 700 AD by the Franconian missionary Rupert

The abbey boasts one of the oldest and most beautiful graveyards in the world. The monastery itself was founded in 700 AD by the Franconian missionary Rupert. As the oldest monastery in the German-speaking region, the abbey looks back on an uninterrupted past in Salzburg’s Old Town. A vibrant centre that invites you to turn off and simply stroll along, where your explorations become adventures.
St. Peter’s Abbey and Cemetery

The monastery was founded in 700 AD by the Franconian missionary Rupert

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Kapitelplatz

Experience Kapitelplatz Square and prepare to be surprised

If you walk up to the castle, the funicular or St Peter’s Cemetery, you will cross Kapitelplatz Square. This vast square is surrounded by the cathedral to the south, the provostry and Archbishop’s palace to the east, the novice wing of St Peter’s Monastery to the west, and the cathedral chapter’s mill.
Kapitelplatz

Experience Kapitelplatz Square and prepare to be surprised

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Mozartplatz

This square is one of the most important and best-known squares in the centre of Salzburg

The statue of Mozart in the centre was designed by Ludwig Schwanthaler. In winter, Mozartplatz Square is home to an ice skating rink. It also hosts Salzburg’s Christkindlmarkt Christmas Market from the end of November until the end of December. One of Europe’s most famous Christmas markets, it stretches across Domplatz Square, Mozartplatz Square and Residenzplatz Square.
Mozartplatz

This square is one of the most important and best-known squares in the centre of Salzburg