Map out the city’s past with a romp of the rocks at this subterranean archaeology museum beside the Dom. Particularly of interest are...
You can't miss Stephan Balkenhol’s striking, 9m-high Sphaera on Kapitelplatz, a huge golden globe topped by a startlingly...
Salzburg shines more brightly than ever since the opening of the DomQuartier in 2014, showcasing the most fabulous baroque monuments and...
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 from a wood-fired oven.
Kapitelplatz 6 · interesting places nearby
The Dommuseum is a treasure trove of sacred art. A visit whisks you past a cabinet of Renaissance curiosities crammed with crystals, coral and oddities such as armadillos and pufferfish, through rooms showcasing gem-encrusted monstrances, stained glass and altarpieces, and into the Long Gallery , which is graced with 17th- and 18th-century paintings, including Paul Troger’s chiaroscuro Christ and Nicodemus (1739).
From the organ gallery, you get close-ups of the organ Mozart played and a bird’s-eye view of the Dom’s nave.