The Golden City is home to high Baroque architecture, largely owned by Archbishop Wolf Dietrich, who ruled from 1587 to 1612. He devoted most of his wealth to making Salzburg an Italian city. It is surrounded by five rocky plazas, located on top of the medieval Hohenzelsberg Fortress. Built generously for his estranged wife (and their 15 children). Schlos Mirabell sits across the Salsac River from a prosperous residence dating back to the 12th century, the historic home of the French-style ruling prince-bishops. The Residence has wonderful railway stations and a gallery of Rubens and European masters Rembrandts. When the heart of the famous Glockenspiel sounds like the classic Mozart or Hayden, you can’t miss the massive Salzburger Dome. With 249 feet of towers, the Great 17th Century Cathedral is famous for its 4,000-pipe high-rise organ. 13th-century Stiftkurch St. Peter’s – The largest exhibited church in Mozart Sea Miner in 1783, the restaurant and beer mug he freely offered, is Stiftkeller St. Peter’s. that. D. Austria’s oldest food, still the first man on record in 803, still attracts large crowds to light candles.
Of course, it is impossible to escape from Mozart’s hometown (Salzburg Festival celebrates his work.) Mozart’s Gebertshows (birthplace) is a pilgrimage for music lovers in the Old Town Quarterly’s Quarterly Quarters. Now a museum, it contains much of his childhood, including music marks and his first childhood-sized violin. A few steps away, the Golden Hinch Hotel, one of the most attractive hotels in the country, is a 600-year-old historical monument. Neighboring Bordeaux is characterized by people viewing a flower-covered arcade and a cobblestone square with delicious coffees and homemade pastries, such as his Torical Cafe Tomazeli, a guest restaurant.
Bringing new life to the historic city are those experimental restaurants, design hotels, and the terraced museum, Dur Modern Clad, made of minimal white marble and glass, with three exhibition levels and dining terraces that offer spectacular views. The Old Town French fare swirls with the Austrian Chic Essemer, while Allen on the glass deck overlooks the Almanacle Hotel Stein, the 1399 Salsach River Hostel. The 660-year-old Arthotel Blue Gans medieval stone arches and antique wooden beams blend in with the minimalist rooms and upscale restaurant, and the evening arrives with a neo-baroque or animal print, rooftop restaurant. Highlights with avant-garde works from the hotel’s own art collection.