Map out the city’s past with a romp of the rocks at this subterranean archaeology museum beside the Dom. Particularly of interest are...
The crowning glory of Salzburg's new DomQuartier, the Residenz is where the prince-archbishops held court until Salzburg became part of...
Gracefully crowned by a bulbous copper dome and twin spires, the Dom stands out as a masterpiece of baroque art. Bronze portals...
As well knocking fine fabrics into Dirndls and selling Austrian schnapps, preserves and honeys, Salzburger Heimatwerk has an uncrowded...
This buzzy restaurant on the square is a warren of vaulted and wood-panelled rooms. Whether you go for crayfish tails, saddle of venison...
With its horse-drawn carriages, palace and street entertainers, this stately baroque square is the Salzburg of a thousand postcards. Its centrepiece is the Residenzbrunnen , an enormous marble fountain ringed by four water-spouting horses and topped by a conch shell–bearing Triton. The plaza is the late-16th-century vision of Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau who, inspired by Rome, enlisted Italian architect Vincenzo Scamozzi.