Designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1693, this is a horse-lover’s delight, with rearing equine pin-ups surrounding Michael Bernhard...
Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach’s grandest baroque design is this late-17th-century university church, with a striking bowed façade....
In the heart of the Altstadt, the Rupertinum is the sister gallery of the Museum der Moderne and is devoted to rotating exhibitions of...
Haus für Mozart
Housed in the former royal stables, the Haus für Mozart (also known as the Kleines Festspielhaus) is one of the venues of the Salzburg...
Blaue Gans Restaurant
In the 650-year-old vaults of Arthotel Blaue Gans, this restaurant is a refined setting for regional cuisine, such as pike-perch with...
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Grosses Festpielhaus information
Designed by architect Clemens Holzmeister in 1956 and built into the sheer sides of the Mönchsberg, the cavernous Grosses Festspielhaus stages the majority of Salzburg Festival performances and can accommodate 2179 theatre-goers