The Salzburg Clock Tower is located in the center of Salzburg, on the side of Mozart Square. The white clock tower is very conspicuous. Every day at 7 o'clock, 11 o'clock and 18 o'clock, the clock tower will ring the bells above and play Mozart. Works, but the performance lasts for a short time, about less than 5 minutes before it ends
Standing across from the palace, the town hall clock tower, also known as the casio. Here is built by Wolf DE and around 1600, 1720, the bell tower of the archbishop John ellens built here with this set of bells. This 35 only the clock every 7, 11, 18, will automatically play, play the tune is Mozart, more can usually be found on the display board of programs in the street.
The Salzburg Clock Tower is an integral part of the Salzburg Museum. In front is the fountain in the palace square in front of the cathedral, and the museum courtyard is in the back, and it is also close to Mozart Square. It is about the same height as the spire of the cathedral, there is no need to climb here and look out. It is better to go to Salzburg Castle, where the scenery will be more beautiful.
You can see the clock tower when you board Salzburg, and you have to take a small train to go up.