There are several viewing terraces on the hill, one overlooking the town panorama, one can see the fortress, we climb along the mountain path, half to see a small church, behind the church there is a large garden, but it does not seem to be open to the outside, the door is locked, through the window of the wall you can see all kinds of flowers inside, good eyes. Climbing up from the chapel, there was a statue of Mozart, and the great stumps along the road formed the original seat. The trees on the hill are lush, and there is a sign beside the stream saying that there seems to be a precious forest frog in it.
Cappuzina Hill is located on the North Bank of the Salts River and can be walked from Linz Street. The hill is not very high, but when you go up, you can overlook the whole city and look at the opposite Salts Castle. It's a very good feeling. The forest flower path on the hill and the castle church.
Along the way, the landscape is very rich. Along the footpath, along the mountain, along the shade of trees, to the hillside, there is an open viewing platform overlooking the whole city, and up a little bit there is Zweig's former residence, a simple little white building and statue.
Cappuzina Mountain, located in the downtown area of Salzburg, is the commanding height of the city of Salzburg. The top of the mountain can overlook the whole city of Salzburg, with dense green trees and vegetation. It's not very difficult to climb the mountain by oneself.
There are old fortresses, chapels hidden in the woods, and statues of Salzburg's son Mozart.