Tired of the cramped living conditions on Getreidegasse, the Mozart family moved to this more spacious abode in 1773, where a prolific...
Mozart Ton-und Filmmuseum
Baroque master Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach designed this graceful right-bank church, famous for Johann Michael Rottmayr's dome...
Opened in 1880 and revered for its supreme acoustics, the Mozarteum highlights the life and works of Mozart through chamber music (from...
Helga has been dishing up wholesome vegetarian food to Salzburg for more than 25 years. Try the tasty soups and honey-sweetened cake.
Lonely Planet review
The red curtain goes up on a miniature stage at this marionette theatre, a lavish stucco, cherub and chandelier-lit affair, which celebrated its centenary in 2013. The repertoire star is The Sound of Music, with a life-sized Mother Superior and a marionette-packed finale. Other enchanting productions include Mozart's The Magic Flute, Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker and Strauss' Die Fledermaus . All have multilingual surtitles. Tickets cost between €18 and €35.