Departure30 August 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Dreaming spires, sublime beauty, green hills, snow-white mountain tops and romantic gardens are just a few of the reasons why this city, the birthplace of Mozart, is loved by millions.
Salzburg is like a real candy land! You will always find a delicious meal or treat on your plate that resembles a work of art. If something savoury is more appealing try a brettljause (cold platter) consisting of cheese, smoked bacon and fresh bread. Or try spatzle, a pasta-type dish, which is fried and served with strong cheese.
The old town offers a unique shopping experience. Jewellery and handicrafts are just some of the items that can be found for sale along the pretty, narrow lanes and charming squares in the historic centre.
Salzburg Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
24th June 2019 by PommieTravels10 must-see places in Salzburg
This list of essential places to visit in Salzburg will help you get to know one of the most beautiful cities in Austria and Europe, which we are sure will surprise you and exceed all your expectations. Hometown of Mozart, Salzburg will take you back several centuries in time as you stroll through the streets and squares of the historic center while confirming the many reasons why it is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Based on our experience during the days we spent in the city during...
8th February 2021 by StuartSalzburg's Christmas markets
The fourth-largest city in Austria is probably best renowned for being the birthplace of Mozart, the setting for ‘The Sound of Music’, and for its intrinsic links to the Christmas season.With such a uniquely diverse set of attractions, in an astonishingly beautiful snow-capped mountain setting, and as the birthplace of the carol ‘Silent Night’, how could I not book a European Christmas market trip to this UNESCO World Heritage Site? Practically on the German border, Salzburg offers...
8th February 2021 by StuartBooking a Christmas market trip
It's Chriiiiiiiiiiistmmaaaaaaaaasss!! Well, no actually, it isn't. But if you could see my inbox - full up with countless snowy and festive wintery travel deals - you'd definitely think it was close. September is clearly the month for change: hazy sunshiney memories begin to take a backseat, superseded by thoughts of wintery getaways.With all this in mind, and added to the fact it's often more advantageous to beat the rush and book your Chrimbo break early, we're celebrating with a whole...
8th February 2021 by StuartBeware the Krampus on your Christmas market trip
“Let’s go to Salzburg for the Christmas markets”, I said. “Think how lovely and festive it’ll be.” And so that’s what we did; blissfully unaware of the horrors that awaited us, in amongst Salzburg's breathtaking beauty. Christmas, here we come Flights and hotel booked for the first week in December, my sister and I set off for Austria’s fourth-largest city in buoyant Christmassy spirits. How could we not return home all ready to put up the tree and dig out those...
Weather in Salzburg
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