A holiday in the city of Salzburg inevitably draws you into the heart of this world cultural heritage site. Where traces of Mozart’s presence can be found and where the prince-bishops once ruled the city, visitors now enjoy fascinating insights into these bygone ages. There’s plenty to see in Salzburg: Mozart’s birthplace, followed by his later home, old churches – especially the ‘Dom’ cathedral, numerous museums for all ages and art periods, old townhouses and lots more! Don’t miss great shopping opportunities in the old town, the shopping centres on the edge of the city – and the countless excellent places to enjoy culinary delights.
Culture and events in the city of Mozart
Countless events are held in the city throughout the year. Of course, the city of Mozart is famous around the world for the Salzburg Festival, but do you also know about the Whitsuntide Festival? It’s just one of the myriad highlights. From January to December – from Mozart week to the autumn Jazzherbst festival, and on to the advent choirs – there’s always something going on. For a complete overview of current and upcoming events, go to www.salzburg.info.
The city of Salzburg is an experience in itself, and the Heffterhof is your door to a fantastic vacation! We look forward to receiving your room inquiry.
Easter holidays in the city and region of Salzburg
Easter is just around the corner. We’ve had a look around and would be happy to tell you about the best places to soak up the Easter atmosphere in Salzburg.
On Thursdays there’s the chance to stroll around the Schranne fresh foods market in the Andräviertel area of Salzburg, or explore the Grünmarkt on Universitätsplatz square across the river. Marvel at the traditional Palmbuschen Easter bouquets, all kinds of floral Easter decorations and traditional culinary treats: Colourfully painted eggs, Osterschinken ham, Lent pretzels, Osterpinzen, Butterlämmchen and Biskuithasen cakes: Everything you could need to celebrate a traditional Easter.
Find all events with dates here: Events Calender