First of all, I have to say how impressed I was with the efficiency of the experience, and the care regarding COVID protections. Everyone present vax cards (or similar clearance) before getting on th...
The exhibitions except for the golden chambers are lackluster. However, even with the Salzburg Card, you have to buy a separate ticket for the golden chambers after 11 a.m.! Pure greed. Another disap...
Located on Monk's Hill in Salzburg Old Town, Hohensalzburg Fortress is an iconic building of the Old Town. First built in 1077 and gradually expanded by successive archbishops, it is a well-preserved fortress in central Europe. There are museums and cafés inside the fortress, and the top of the watchtower overlooking the city provides a great view.
Altstadthotel Weisse Taube
Hohensalzburg Fortress is a large medieval fortress in the city of Salzburg, Austria. It sits atop the Festungsberg at an altitude of 506 m. It was erected at the behest of the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg. The fortress is 250 m long and 150 m wide making it one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. Construction of the fortress began in 1077 under Archbishop Gebhard von Helfenstein. The original design was a basic bailey with a wooden wall. In the Holy Roman Empire, the archbishops of Salzburg were already powerful political figures and they expanded the fortress to protect their interests. Helfenstein's conflict with Emperor Henry IV during the Investiture Controversy influenced the expansion of the fortress, with the Archbishop taking the side of Pope Gregory VII and the German anti-king Rudolf of Rheinfelden. The fortress was gradually expanded during the following centuries. The ring walls and towers were built in 1462 under Prince-Archbishop Burkhard II von Weißpriach.
Nice place to visit and spent a day in this tour. From cannons and windows, we had an excellent view of the city. Loved the trip up and down in the funicular.
Travel in Austria | Europe's largest medieval castle: Salzburg Castle
Salzburg Fortress is an iconic building in the city of Salzburg, built on the hills of the old town, has a long history, is the largest medieval castle in Europe one. According to statistics from 2012, more than 996,000 visitors a year come to the castle, making it one of the most popular attractions in Austria.
The fortress of Salzburg is 250 meters long and 150 meters wide. It also has the reputation of unseen fortress. The mottled walls outside the fortress are known for their long history, and the walls are thick and thick, and the various parts are patchwork.
The rooms in the fortress now have a lot of museums or exhibition halls. You can see the military equipment once, you can also see the modern photography art, and you can see the puppets. Like a wonderful box, opening always brings you a new harvest.
The open space on the north and south sides of the castle is the best place for photographers to take pictures of the city. Of course, it is inevitable to meet the beautiful picture of the sweet couple watching the scenery, even the clouds have become the heart.
People like the evening. When the sun is shining, Salzburg, the golden sun makes this small town plated with warm colors and a whole world.
adult coupon: 11.30 euros; castle tickets: 8 euros
6-14 years old children's coupon: 6.5 euros; castle tickets: 4.5 euros
6-19 years old youth group Ticket ticket: 6 euros; castle ticket: 4.2 euros
family ticket coupon: 26.2 euros; castle tickets: 18.2 euros
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The Salzburg Fortress, also known as the Salzburg Castle, was built on the Monks Hill in the city of Salzburg and was built in 1077 and gradually expanded from successive archbishops.
Gently push open the iron gate of the fortress in Salzburg, and the castle of is gradually unfolding in front of you.
In the long history of the fortress in Salzburg, no attacker can capture it. Because it is located on a green hill, it is like a shining white pearl, always shining. The mottled walls outside the fortress can be seen for a long time. There are thick walls and thick walls. The various parts are patchwork. There are courtyards between the main buildings. The ancient cannons can be seen. The black muzzle is still solemnly monitored. Far away, as if the distant war is still not over. The castle used to be a defensive facility and was once a bishop's official residence. At the same time, it also acts as a barracks and prison. Bishop Wolf Dietrich was imprisoned here for five years by his nephew and successor, Marcus Hitikus, until his death in 1617.
The open space on the north and south sides of the castle is the best place for photographers to take pictures of Salzburg.