Set off from the large square by the central church, there's a statue of Mozart worthy of a pic and you're right by a cafe, shops, City museum and Chistmas museum. Thus, plenty to choose from. Very wa...
A relaxing platz and letting the time go by listening to some music
A very calm and relaxing platz (mind you went in Feb first week) and listening to the musicians playing below the Mozart statue. Quite a lot of things to do around there (lots of museums) so between m...
Known as the city of Mozart, Salzburg is a very simple, small, hilly, yet stunningly beautiful village. Strolling around the city for the whole day is the best way to see Salzburg’s beauty, and not forget to mention to hike the hill where you can get the view of the whole city. Also, don’t forget to visit the ford and if you have the chance, you can also opt for a musical concert here. #HalloTrip
When I come to Salzburg, I usually use "Mozart Square" as the most landmark place. Because it is centered on Mozart Square, no matter where you want to go to Salzburg, it will not be too far away.
This area near Mozart Square can be visited along with the core attractions such as Mozarts birthplace, Karajan Square, Buck Bridge and Salzburg Cathedral.
Responsible travel tips
1 Salzburg is not a big city, the main scenic spots can be reached by foot;
2 Salzburg's main means of transport is public transport Cars, subways are not popular here;
3 Even in the most central area of Mozart Square, the flow of people will not be very large, giving people a very comfortable feeling, you can also go to the concert.
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