The tram up is an easy ride and brings you back in time. Plan on spending all day at this attraction. So much history and artwork to see. the tours are informative and the food and drink are very good...
Totally worth it, it is a must do in Salzburg. Do the audio tour because it has a lot of history and they did a great job of showing how the fortress has changed through the years (computer generated...
The fortress is well worth a visit, but if you do visit, go early. I went up around 10 am and when I returned after lunchtime, the queue for guests wanting to use the funicular (Festungsbahn) was a mi...
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.
Now we are going to enter Salzburg! The man on this golden ball has a story.
Salzburg is the largest and best preserved medieval castle in Central Europe. After more than 900 years of wind and rain, it is still standing tall and standing on the hills of more than 100 meters in the old city. In 1965, the Hollywood film "The Voice of Music" was filmed in Salzburg and its nearby mountains.
Salzburg, a very beautiful white fortress, you can buy a ticket up and down the cable car, there is no ticket, you can go up to the city, there are several small museums, up the mountain is a fortress, down is the food alley, buy and buy are good.
The whole city is the typical town style of Europe. The church and the castle are very different. It is very characteristic. You can climb the castle and overlook the whole city. You can also go hiking, climbing the castle or boarding. Anything in the city - the mountain, leisurely life, beautiful scenery.
Arrive at Salzburg at about 10 o'clock and start a stroll along with the Little Reds in the Mirabell Gardens.
Salzburg is the birthplace of the musical genius Mozart. Mozart spent more than half of his short life in less than 36 years in Salzburg. There is also one of the most famous chocolate balls in the region. Named by Mozart.
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.