In the heart of the Altstadt, the Rupertinum is the sister gallery of the Museum der Moderne and is devoted to rotating exhibitions of...
A real architectural hotchpotch, Salzburg’s Franciscan church has a Romanesque nave, a Gothic choir with rib vaulting and a baroque...
Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach’s grandest baroque design is this late-17th-century university church, with a striking bowed façade....
One of the premier venues of the Salzburg Festival, the baroque Felsenreitschule was built in 1693 and designed by the architect of the...
University cafe in the Altstadt, with courtyard seating and pocket-money priced lunches.
Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 7 · interesting places nearby
The menu is market-fresh at this arty bistro, where the picture-clad walls pay tribute to Salzburg Festival luminaries. It does gourmet salads, a mean Hungarian goulash with organic beef, and delicious homemade ice cream. The lunch special costs €6.50.