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The historic center is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it is located on both sides of the Salzach river and is one of the greenest cities in Europe. Above the city is the largest preserved medieval castle of Europe, and in the summer the city is lit by the Salzburg Festival, where the city lives with music, theater and other street shows.
What to visit in Salzburg?
Surrounded by the Alps
Nature lovers can admire local mountains after exploring the city listed in the UNESCO World Heritage. Not far from Salzburg lies the Salzkammergut region, an area with pristine nature, magnificent mountains, wild forests and lakes with crystal clear water. There are countless hiking trails of various difficulty, and mountain bikers will also enjoy this place.
Above the city there is the largest preserved medieval castle complex in Europe, Hohensalzburg. For over a hundred years, the ground funicular has been in operation, which takes you quickly and comfortably to the main entrance. Here you can visit Castle Museum, the Puppet Museum or Rainer Regiment Museum. Nearby attractions include the Magical Theater or trumpeters on the towers.
"The Grain Alley" is the main artery and the most famous street of Salzburg, which boasts tabout he title of the most beautiful street in Austria. Visitors take delight in luxurious boutiques, cute shops, cozy cafes, and especially the architecture of ancient houses with beautiful portals and tiny windows. The biggest attraction is definitely the birthplace of Mozart , the house number 9.