Traveling to the old city of Saltz requires a nostalgic and profound feeling to wake up the memory flowing in time and turn over the storybook of the precious time. The Saltz River divides Saltz City into old city and new city. The hotel is in the old city, with the main entrance facing the Saltz River and the back door opening in the grain alley. In the morning, before the visitors arrived, they took a tour around the hotel as the center. At this time, the grain Hutong plain Yan returned to the ordinary shops with the right : narrow streets, multi-storey buildings like public houses, and the famous stores did not have lights to set off. On the Saltz Bridge, the rust spots of the concentric locks on both sides were clear. I wonder if the padlocked people were still together. The low and humble bakeries on the street corner were very busy and fat. Middle-aged and old people come and go in and out here; people in twos and threes by the river are walking. Two middle-aged women with long hair, smoking and orange peel (habitual thinking is not a good person) are interested in us. After some poor English and body language, they know two enthusiasts. They take us to the local shopping alleys, see the houses they live in, and show us that only one floor can stand. The elevators for both men were built in 1861.
Austria's fourth largest city, the Alpine Gateway, the home of Mozart and Karajan, the location of the film The Sound of Music. Salzburg is also translated into Salzburg, the capital of the state of Salzburg in the Republic of Austria. Salzburg's architectural style is dominated by Baroque. According to historical records, Salzburg is the oldest city in Austria's jurisdiction. The old city of Salzburg was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. Walking in the city seems to be able to hear melodious melody
It's about fifteen minutes from the railway station to the old city bus. The old city is surrounded by mountains. The liveliest thing is the food alley. Mozart chocolate balls are everywhere in the street. There is a river between the old city and the new one. The old city is suitable for walking.
Salzburg is divided into old and new districts by the Salzburg River. Standing on the Buck Bridge full of lover's locks, Salzburg looks at the old city, lamenting that time has not taken away the vitality of the old city. Castles, churches and sculptures are still standing.
Well, this is the first time I've written a travel commentary. It must be due to the fact that it's dark at 4.30 p.m. in winter in a small European town and the embarrassment of shops closing at 7 o'clock and having nowhere to go but to stay in hotels and write travel notes. Driving from Austria all the way south to Salzburg the day before yesterday, along the Alps through Hallstatt Salt Mine, you can see why Salzburg, with a population of only 300,000, is the fourth largest city in Austria. Because of the sparse population, the small town, though small, depends on the Alps, but also the hometown of famous Mozart, close to Munich, Germany, convenient transportation, visitors are quite a lot. There are many hotels and houses in the small town. There are many shops. The old city and the new city are separated by a river. They are close to the mountains and rivers. They are scattered in different places. There is less assimilation of foreign cultures. There are few commodities from China in the shopping mall. They have the characteristics of the small town. Bubble water is cheap and delicious, chocolate is Mozart, yogurt 0.9 euros a bottle of casual drink. Milbella Garden and everyone in Salzburg, Salzburg Cathedral, Railway Station and so on. Within 2 kilometers, it's so cool to roll the town once with running shoes. You can also use concentric locks to hang you and your favorite Mountain Alliance on the bridge forever. (Alma, the routine of love expression is the same regardless of national boundaries.) Venice will walk tomorrow.
To Austria, the old city of Salzburg is also one of the must-card attractions. Salzburg is marked by Mozart, with Mozart elements everywhere. We wandered all the way, first to Mirabel Garden, where the winter scenery was somewhat decadent, then to a very lively food alley through the lover's lock bridge, which is a shopping center. This is where Mozart was born. Then we went to the Bishop's Square, where Christmas lights and colors were decorated and various shops were set up. If you have time, go to the 100-year-old Tomaselli Cafe for a drink. Old city is also a complete tour.
The old city of Salzburg, a famous tourist city in Austria, is situated on the side of the Sa River and under the foot of the hill of the Salzburg Castle. The old city centres on the Plaza of the Bishop's Palace in Salzburg, surrounded by the Bishop's Palace, Cathedral, Mozart sculptures and other attractions. On the outskirts of the square, in addition to the food alleys lined with shops, there is also a memorial hall set up in the birthplace of the famous musician Mozart.
The favorite part of this Viking cruise on the Danube River route is Salzburg, Austria. The scenery of the Moon Lake along the way is deeply attracted. Unfortunately, it's only a half-day tour with the team, and there's a chance to stay here for a few days in the future.
The old city of Salzburg is very magical. The Salzburg River passes through the city, backed by a hill with cliffs. It used to be a salt mine. In Chinese words, it is a treasure land of mountains and waters. The streets and alleys in the old city are mainly arranged north and south, with churches in rows and dense. Although the buildings are colorful, the whole old city is more elegant because several main buildings are white.