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Dating back to 696, Salzburg was founded as an episcopal see which later got converted to the seat of archbishop in 798. The city is situated in the ancient Roman settlement of Iuvavum and is seen to be the fourth largest city in the country. Considered as home for more than 156,872 inhabitants residing peacefully in the city, salt extraction and gold mining were two of the most opted occupations. 

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Fortress of Hohensalzburg is considered to be one of the most visited places in Salzburg and the largest fortress in the entire Europe. the 17th century marked the sudden rise in the number of travellers due to the construction of numerous churches built in baroque architecture and lavish glass panels. In the year 1996, with more than 27 churches and rich culture, Salzburg was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 

 

 

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Salzburg is a city which simply has a lot to offer to its visitors, whether it’s the world famous Salzburg festival or the picturesque surrounding during the summer season. From adrenaline junkies to serene seekers, you will fall hard for the Salzburg lake. The mountains that reside in the south provide hiking and trekking opportunities for all the fitness freaks out there. If you are visiting the city during the winter season, make sure to pack your skins set as skiing is the new trend in the south. 

 

If we have to mention one of the many things that help Salzburg in standing out than the rest of the places on this earth, we are definitely listing the cuisine first. Austrian cuisine takes pride in the rustic recipes and dishes, especially the desserts. The soft, creamy and mouth-watering Topfenstrudel will make you go gaga over it, while the Cremeschnitte will make you push your earring limits and stuff some more vanilla flavoured bread with sweet cream. 

Best Time To Visit Salzburg 

When summer crowds have tapered off and the sky-rocketed price gets back to normal, that is during the months of September to October, is considered to be the best time to visit the city. March to April is a good time to visit although the city starts getting cold during these months. November to February are seen to be the coldest months of the city which makes it a bit difficult to explore the city without any hassle. Make sure to plan everything in advance for a smooth and relaxed trip. 

 

 

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Altstadt Salzburg

Dating back to the 15th century, Altstadt Salzburg is a busy pedestrian area surrounded with ancient merchant homes. The ancient alluring courtyard, many galleries, cafes with a rustic theme and a boutique. If you want to travel back in time make sure to pay a visit to this place to witness the baroque architecture, regional cuisine and the unique markets.

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Hohensalzburg Castle

Dominating the city with its zenith, Hohensalzburg Castle sits on the southeastern summit of the Mönchsberg. Built in 1077, the fortress provides the views from early 1500s, if you are planning to visit the Old Town Centre, you can simply catch a funicular or enjoy the 20 minutes ride which will drop you at the mesmerising Hohensalzburg Castle. The holy church of St. George also referred to as Georgskirche, the prince’s apartment with gothic interior, the golden room will dazzle you with its ethereal beauty.

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Mozart’s Residence

Mozart lovers can’t get enough of this place as it boasts the daily lifestyle, raw smell and a tour where the renowned artist Mozart once resided. No matter where you go in Salzburg the fame and influence of Mozart is legit and big, born in a compact house the family later moved to this building which is now known as Mozart’s Residence. The building was completely ruined during WWII and was later reconstructed in the exact design as the old one, and is now open as a museum for people to explore. The museum displays the usual lifestyle of every member in the family.

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Mirabell Palace and Gardens

Out of the many pride that the city shelters, this historical pride is simply outstanding and is a must if you want to witness something aesthetic. Considered to be an outstanding architectural pride in Austria, Mirabell palace was declared as a Cultural Heritage Monument and now serves as a pleasure palace. From the lavish marble hall to the lush green garden with serene fountains which gives an ecstatic view of the Salzburg cathedral.

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Getreidegasse

Now that you have explored all the hyped places in the city, it’s time for some shopping. The narrow street features numerous buildings situated in a close proximity to each other and gives off a different charm and magnificence to its visitors. From jewellery, clothing to your basic needs, you can find it all here. If you are visiting Salzburg with your friends or want to hangout with your loved ones, make sure to explore the eateries.

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Vienna

Vienna is to Austria what Rome is to Italy. Known to be the National capital of the country, Vienna is the largest city and is home to approximately 1.9 million people. A city so mesmerising that it beautifully nurtures its people while maintaining its dignity, alluringly watering its plants of culture. Dating back to the 20th century, the city was seen to host the largest number of German speaking individuals and more inhabitants before the disaster of WWI. Currently, it is the second largest German speaking city after Berlin which still remains at number 1.

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Munich

Home to many museums and centuries old buildings with remarkable historical significance, the proud German city of Munich is as enchanting as it is ancient! The city is the capital and most populated city of Bavaria - the second most populous state in Germany. Munich is the third-largest city in Germany, and is located across the banks of river Isar. The city is the action port of Bavaria, for it is home to the administrative region of Upper Bavaria.

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Berchtesgaden

On the southern edge of Germany lies the small area renowned for its skiing facilities. Situated at a distance of 12 miles from the city of Salzburg, Berchtesgaden is famous for the nazi history that it possesses. The city is regarded to be Hitler’s eagle treat which is bordered by alpine views and a small cafe at the end. If you want to take a sneak peek into the history, make sure to keep this place into your itinerary.

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Konigsee

Germany’s most beautiful lake with a view so breath-taking that it becomes almost impossible for the visitors to leave the place. Konigsee is a town and municipality situated at a distance of 12 km in the eastern direction of Ilmenau. The picturesque surrounding and the rawest beauty of nature is a must visit for all the nature lovers out there.

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Innsbruck

Squatting in the dramatic landscape of the Alps, Innsbruck is known to be Austria’s pride and is home to some of the best skiing resorts in the country, which is why it attracts all the adrenaline junkies to pump themselves up. Apart from the kicking winter sports, Innsbruck also features the best contemporary architecture. Make sure to spend at least 2-3 days in the city to get acquainted to its culture and explore the activities that it offers.

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Hallstatt

Tucked amidst the western shores in Austria’s the mountainous Salzkammergut region, Hallstatt is a village that is squatting right over the river of its name. The rustic village is home to numerous ancient shops selling rare souvenirs and laid-back cafes serving some of the best regional dishes ever. A few miles away, you can witness the beautiful valley glacier gardens and a tranquil Waldbachstrub waterfall.

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St Wolfgang

St Wolfgang is a magnificent town located on the steep banks of Wolfgangsee. The forest area is surrounded by the natural beauty with rare flora and fauna while the lakeshore will take all your pains away and rejuvenate you with its tranquility. The place is usually crowded during the daytime but during the evening, you can enjoy a wooden boathouse ride with your loved ones.

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Herrenchiemsee

Located about 60 kilometers southeast of Munich, Herrenchiemsee is the largest island on the Chiemsee lake, and comprises a multitude of gorgeous royal buildings! Built as the "Temple of Fame" by King Ludwig II for his idol, King Louis XIV, Herrenchiemsee was built on the model of Versailles! With its beautiful architecture, parks, and gardens, the palace will captivate you in its ethereal beauty!

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