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Excursion to Salzburg
Day trips for guests at the Hotel Mohrenwirt
The city of Salzburg is one of the world's most famous centres of culture. It was here that the great composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born and the Salzburger Festspiele music festival takes place every year.
The narrow streets of the famous old town are surrounded by large areas of natural parkland, while mighty mountains rise to the south of the city. Whatever the time of year, Salzburg is well worth a visit.
- just 20km from the Hotel Mohrenwirt
- easy to reach by bus
- Hellbrunn castle & zoo
- old town & Hohensalzburg fortress
- "Haus der Natur" nature museum
From Fuschl to Salzburg
Cultural highlight in the heart of Salzburg
Situated at the foot of the imposing Untersberg mountain, the charming Hellbrunn castle looks like something out of The Sound of Music. Its spectacular fountains in the landscaped gardens draw many visitors during the summer months.
The grounds also contain a zoo that is home to many animals native to the Alps.
The old town
Follow in Mozart's footsteps
Salzburg's medieval old town is full of famous sights. Tourists can visit the house where Mozart was born, stroll across the Domplatz square where the Salzburger Festspiele music festival is held each summer, or simply admire the wrought iron signs that line the famous Getreidegasse. After all that sightseeing and shopping, why not head to one of the cosy cafés for coffee and cake?
There really is so much to see and do during a day out in Salzburg. An absolute must is a trip up to the mighty fortress that overlooks Salzburg, where guests can enjoy great views of the city below and the surrounding mountains.
Journey back in time
Experience Salzburg in days gone by
The village of Großgmain, situated south of Salzburg, is home to an open-air museum showcasing the history and customs of the region around Salzburg. Attractions include replicas of old farmhouses, an original customs house from the Glocknerstraße road, and numerous examples of traditional handicrafts.
Discover how tough life was in the Salzburg region centuries ago. The museum also hosts regular events featuring local customs where visitors have the chance to try dishes from the region.
"Haus der Natur"
Learn about nature in Salzburg
Located near the old town, the "Haus der Natur" nature museum is popular with visitors of all ages. From the deepest depths of the oceans to the vast expanses of outer space, this museum over six floors showcases the very best of our fascinating planet.
Them museum's exhibitions are designed to be both impressive and understandable at the same time. Children in particular will enjoy the many hands-on activities.
A memorable experience that will make you see the world in a different way.