Salzburg Old Town (Altstadt)

ADDRESS: Altstadt Salzburg Marketing GmbH, Münzgasse 1, 5020

Has Mozart's Birthplace, Judengasse (Jewish District) and St. Florian Fountain, marketplace from the 13th century. Stocked with restaurants and souvenir shops.

Salzburg Cathedral

9mins walk from Old town
ADDRESS: Salzburg Cathedral, Domplatz 1a, 5020
OPEN: Mon-Sat 8-6, Sun 1pm - 6pm FREE

Built, burned and re-built multiple times due to WW2. Baroque. Mozart was baptized & composed many works. No visits during mass, unless you attend the full service.

Mirabell Gardens (Mirabellgarten)

13mins walk from the cathedral
ADDRESS: Mirabell Palace, Mirabellplatz 4, 5020M

Open year-round, Gardens: 6am - dusk. Hedge Theater and Dwarf Garden close during the winter.

Hohensalzburg Fortress

16mins walk from Mirabell Palace
ADDRESS: Fortress Hohensalzburg, Mönchsberg 34, 5020
OPEN: Fortress 9:30 - 5pm.
ENTRY: £8.73 inc cable railway / Adults £6.19 without

1077 in preparation for a conflict between Pope Gregor VII and Emperor Henry IV. was a prison, army camp, military stronghold. Today, a torture chamber, several courtyards, and 3 small museums.

Mozarts Gerburtshaus (Mozart's Birthplace)

8 mins walk from the Hohensalzburg Fortress
ADDRESS: Mozarts Geburtshaus, Getreidegasse 9, 5020
OPEN: 9 - 5:30 pm
ENTRACE: €10 (Residence & Birthplace £13.50)

Lived on 3rd floor from his birth in 1756. A museum with Mozart's child violin, concert violin, clavichord, the harpsichord, portraits and letters.

Tanzmeisterhaus (Mozart's Residence)

6mins walk from Mozarts Geburtshaus
ADDRESS: Mozart-Wohnhaus, Makartplatz 8, 5020
OPEN: 9 - 5:30pm
ENTRACE: €10 (Residence and Birthplace €14)

Only a 1/3rd of the original house remains intact due to a WW II bombs. Mozart's original pianoforte resides here.

Mozartplatz and Statue (Mozart Square)

4mins walk from Mozarts Geburtshaus
ADDRESS: Mozartplatz, 5020

Unveiled in 1842, in the presence of Mozart's sons. When excavations took place in 1841, a valuable Roman mosaic tile floor was discovered.


6mins walk from Mozartplatz
ADDRESS: Getreidegasse, 27, 5020

Where tourists go, expensive and crowded. Until 1862, the system to keep Getreidegasse clean: Once a week, water from a canal was led through it to wash all the dirt. This is why Salzburg were spared from epidemics that plagued Europe.

Hellbrunn Palace (Schloss Hellbrunn)

56mins walk from Hohensalzburg Fortress
ADDRESS: Schloss Hellbrunn, Fürstenweg
OPEN: 9 - 4:30, 5:30 or 9 pm, depending on the month.

"16 Going on Seventeen," was filmed here. Decorated rooms, inc octagonal music room. 17th century, has trick fountains, squirt visitors from jets. Archbishop's joke.

Brewary - Augustinerbrau Biergarten

22mins walk from Mozartplatz
ADDRESS: Augustinerbräu - Kloster Mülln, Lindhofstraße 7

It was ok - no more; no less. beer was ... ok. I'm not a huge pilsner fan, but it was more the experience than the beer I was after. The service was typically Austrian, meaning don't look forward to a friendly greeting. I got the 1 litre for £4.77 the head on the beer had collapsed, revealing less than 1/2 a mug of beer. The monks screwed me!

Alter Markt (Old Market)

Location: The Altstadt

Lined with 17th-century middle-class houses, colorfully hues. Doppelter Einspänner (black coffee with whipped cream, served in a glass) in the famous Café Tomaselli just opposite.

Wiener Philharmoniker-Gasse

Location: The Altstadt

The street blooms with an open-air food market every Saturday morning; note that there is a fruit-and-vegetable market on Universitätsplatz every day except Sunday and holidays.

Coffee shops


Alter Markt 9, Salzburg Old Town
Dating from the early 18th century, Tomaselli’s is the oldest café in Salzburg. It is worth a visit to see the ­traditionally dressed waitresses wheeling trolleys full of cakes, but it is not the cheapest or friendliest café in town.

220 GRAD

Chiemseegasse 5, Salzburg 5020, Austria
Of all the cafés I tried in Salzburg this I liked best! Cozy and always a lot of people, but still it doesn't get noisy. The ladies working there were very nice and accommodating. Coffee very good selections! Their cakes very tasty but small meny. Only thing that was not good was that there were no wi-fi.

Cafe Wurfelzucker

Griessgasse 13, Salzburg 5020, Austria
The chocolate with mint note is a dream, at least who like the cooling taste of mint. The berry strudel was unimaginably delicious.

 Cafe Sacher

Schwarzstrasse 5-7, Salzburg A-5020, Austria
enjoy a tasty dessert. In my case it was an amazing piece Apple Strudel and a cup of coffee. Both the Strudel and the view of Salzburg on the patio were wonderful. Prices are what you'd expect for high quality desserts.

Cafe Mozart

Getreidegasse 22, Salzburg 5020, Austria
The food like potato soup and potato dumpling were very good but not excellent. The Viennese coffee, Apfelstrudel and cheese strudel were heavenly.

We Love Coffee Mozartsteg

Ecke Mozartsteg | Mozartplatz o, Salzburg, Austria
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Rudolfskai 38, Salzburg 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Headed here for a good coffee based on TA reviews and to get away from the crowds. Quiet place with a couple of tables and bar stools where you can see the river (over the road) from. Coffee (flat white) was full of flavour, smooth and quite strong. There is a range of coffees available and a range of bean options. There are also a selection of sweets. The brownie was excellent and slightly chewy.


Max-Ott-Platz 1, Salzburg, Austria
Excellent coffee, wine, food and staff! food was fresh and delicious and the servers friendly.

Cafe Konditorei Fuerst

Brodgasse 13, Salzburg 5020, Austria
large selection of pastries. You order the pastries at the counter and then order the coffee or drinks at the table. We each ordered a different type of cake so that we could taste each one. They were all excellent. The coffee and chocolates was also excellent.