The Barker Bridge in Salzburg is a small bridge built on the Salzburg River for pedestrians to pass, also called the Lover’s Bridge. There are many concentric locks locked on the barriers by the bridge. It is said that many lovers lock concentric locks here and throw away the keys, meaning that they will never be separated. The scenery from the bridge is also very good. You can see the Salzburg Castle in the distance, the citizens resting on the banks of the river nearby, and the endless river that flows through the ancients and today.
Also known as Makartsteg, Salzburg Lover's Bridge. It is located on the banks of the Salzach River, which connects the New Town and the Old Town. Both sides of the bridge are full of lover locks. Represents the promise of countless people who love each other. Except for those love blessings on the bridge. Makartsteg looks like the most ordinary bridge, but its attraction lies in the angle from which it overlooks the castle on the mountain. When the evening comes, you can enjoy Festung Hohensalzburg under the sunset clouds.
This bridge connects the old historical city with the newer city. It provides a magnificent river view and city scenery on both banks as well. The side wall of the bridge is made of metal mesh. Thousands of people want to engrave their names, leaving thousands of locks here. I think this is a lovely bridge.
The Buck’s Bridge is also called the local Lover’s Bridge. It is covered with concentric locks. It is not open to traffic. Pedestrians can walk freely. The bridge leads to Mozart Square, the former residence and Salzburg, etc. The most important thing is that the lights are on when you return. , It's so dreamy, like a fairy tale world, such a great town, no wonder the sound of music will come here for the shooting!