You won't need to have a passion for armour and weapons to enjoy what's on show at the Landeszeughaus. More than 30,000 pieces of...
Located inside the Joanneumsviertel complex of museums, the Museum of Natural History has an excellent section on geology but is...
Operncafé is a traditional cafe with good coffee, homemade pastries, lots of press and pleasant, suited waiters who have found a calling...
What started as a spit-and-sawdust pub in the 16th century has evolved into an atmospheric, high-quality restaurant serving specialities...
Lonely Planet review
Rising up on Herrengasse between the main square and Jakominiplatz, the town parish church has an attractive baroque exterior. Inside the post-WWII stained-glass window by Salzburg artist Albert Birkle has a controversial anomaly: the fourth panel from the bottom on the right (left of the high altar) clearly shows Hitler and Mussolini looking on as Christ is scourged.