The adjacent Dommuseum is a treasure-trove of baroque art, lavish goldwork and tapestries.
With its horse-drawn carriages, palace and street entertainers, this stately baroque square is the Salzburg of a thousand postcards. Its...
Nowhere is the pomp and circumstance of Salzburg more tangible than at the regal Residenz. A man of grand designs, Wolf Dietrich von...
As well knocking fine fabrics into Dirndls and selling Austrian schnapps, preserves and honeys, Salzburger Heimatwerk has an uncrowded...
Stiftsbäckerei St Peter
Next to the monastery where the watermill turns, this 700-year-old bakery bakes Salzburg’s best sourdough loaves (€3.10 per kilogram)...
Lonely Planet review
Map out the city’s past with a romp of the rocks at this subterranean archaeology museum beside the Dom. Particularly of interest are fragments of Roman mosaics, a milestone hewn from Untersberg marble and the brickwork of the former Romanesque cathedral.