St. Sebastian Cemetery
Old citizens and merchant families of Salzburg, as well as famous personalities, have found their last resting place in the splendid arcades of the cemetery.
It is probably the most significant sacred edifice of the city and at the same time the spiritual centre. With its splendid facade and mighty dome it presents itself as an impressive monumental structure of early barock on this side of the alps. Its creation is tightly connected to the essence and growth of the ecclesiastical principality. Destroyed by fire and rebuilt, enlarged and expanded, it bears witness to the power and independence of the archbishops of Salzburg.
Friedhof St. Sebastian
Linzer Gasse 41
Tel. +43 (0) 662 87 52 08
St. Peter Cemetery
Cemetery with its singular surroundings is one of the most beautiful and oldest cemeteries in the world. Famous personalities, such as Santino Solari, Nannerl Mozart, Lorenz Hagenauer, Michael Haydn, Paul Hofhaimer and Harry Collins found their last resting place here.
Erzabtei St. Peter und Friedhof
St. Peter Bezirk 1/2
Tel. +43 (0) 662 844576-87
Mirabell Palace & Mirabell Garden
The famous garden of the Mirabell Palace was redesigned under prince-archbishop Johann Ernst count of Thun according to plans by Johann Bernhard Fischer of Erlach around 1690 and around 1730 fundamentally transformed by Franz Anton Danreiter. In the year 1854, the Mirabell Garden was opened to the public by Emperor Franz Joseph and presents itself to this day as a gem of garden architecture with the impressive Pegasus Fountain, Hecken (Hedge) Theatre and Gnome Garden.
Tel. +43 (0) 662 8072-0
Situated in the centre of Salzburg, this square retains special meaning because of the Mozart monument, created by Ludwig von Schwanthaler in 1842.
Salzburg Residenz Palace
The Residenz Palace, for centuries a place of royal representation, obtained its present form at the end of the sixteenth century and presents itself as a splendid early barock structure. These buildings were most enduringly shaped by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau (1587 - 1612). The Residenz Palace contains about 180 rooms and three large courtyards. The so-called Residenz New Building is situated opposite the Residenz Palace.
Tel. +43 (0) 662 840451-0
The heart of the Altstadt (old city) that impresses by its authenticity. Many richly decorated wrought-iron signs, artistic portals and elegant facades. In addition, the romantic passageways and courtyards lend the Getreidegasse its special charm.
It is probably the most significant sacred edifice of the city and at the same time the spiritual centre.
With its splendid facade and mighty dome it presents itself as an impressive monumental structure of early barock on this side of the alps.
Its creation is tightly connected to the essence and growth of the ecclesiastical principality. Destroyed by fire and rebuilt, enlarged and expanded, it bears witness to the power and independence of the archbishops of Salzburg.
Tel. +43 (0) 662 8047-7950
W.A. Mozart lived here from 1773-1780. Exhibition objects about the life of the Mozart family and the history of the house.
Tel. + 43 (0) 662 874227
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here on 27th January 1756. On 15th June 1880, the International Mozart Foundation established a museum in Mozart‘s Birthplace for the first time. This was continuously, systematically renovated and extended and so became a cultural meeting place.
Among the famous exhibition are Mozart‘s children’s violin, his clavichord, portraits and letters of the Mozart family.
Tel. + 43 (0) 662 844313
The Hohensalzburg Fortress, landmark of the Mozart city, is the largest completely preserved fortress of Central Europe. It was built by Archbishop Gebhard in the year 1077 and expanded by Archbishop Leonhard of Keutschach (1495-1519). Especially worth seeing are the medieval princely chambers and the fortress museum. Since 1892, the Hohensalzburg Fortress may be reached comfortably by cable car from the Festungsgasse.
Tel. +43 (0) 662 842430-11