Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach’s grandest baroque design is this late-17th-century university church, with a striking bowed façade....
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salzburg’s most famous son, was born in this bright yellow townhouse in 1756 and spent the first 17 years of...
In the heart of the Altstadt, the Rupertinum is the sister gallery of the Museum der Moderne and is devoted to rotating exhibitions of...
You'd be forgiven for thinking a restaurant tucked behind Mozarts Geburtshaus would have 'tourist trap' written all over it. Not so. The...
Universitätsplatz · interesting places nearby
A one-stop picnic shop on one of Salzburg’s grandest squares, for regional cheese, ham, fruit, bread and gigantic pretzels.