A Luxury Collection Destination, Austria
Along the banks of the Salzach River, this musical capital is nearly as celebrated for its magnificent cross-section of architecture – from the Middle Ages, Romanesque, Baroque, and Renaissance periods – as it is for its natural beauty and artistic prowess.
Celebrate the life and work of Salzburg’s most famous resident, composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, through performances, concerts, films, lectures, and readings.
Founded in 1967, the ambitious festival highlights opera and classical music during Easter week.
A much anticipated festival of music and dance held during Whitsun (Pentecost) week.
Classic venues throughout the city play host to world-class opera, music, and theater performances across a range of genres from classic to contemporary.
Drop in for chamber music, church music, and full orchestra performances across the city.
World music, jazz, and electronic music festival hosting 80 concerts that spill out to 40 diverse venues–from traditional performance spaces to cafes to galleries–across the city.
What began one cold night during Advent in 1946 when singers and instrumentalists joined together to remember fallen or missing friends in song is a now a favorite holiday tradition.
Prepare to be amazed by fantastic feats of tumbling, juggling, acrobatics, and other gravity-defying acts as part of this contemporary circus festival.
Join famous musicians and other notable locals who gather here over plates of the restaurant’s signature Nürnberger Bratwürstl, small roasted Nürnberg sausages served with sauerkraut.
Indulge in a “Rendezvous with Susanne,” a mixture of orange juice, Cassis, Campari, vodka, and tonic water. Ask the bartender for the legend behind the hotel’s most well-known cocktail.
Award-winning Chef Gernot Schiefer is at the helm of this destination dining spot known for its ham mousse with Cumberland sauce, saddle of farm-raised venison with red cabbage, and Bohemian dumplings with cranberries.
Stroll a few steps from the hotel to Mozart’s Birthplace, one of the world’s most visited museums.
A former blacksmith shop has become Salzburg’s most illustrious restaurant, Restaurant Goldener Hirsch, where composers, musicians, and dignitaries often dine after giving and attending musical performances.
Explore the picturesque surroundings of The Sound of Music landscape, including the Salzach River and Mšnchsberg Mountain, with our jogging paths and tailored maps.
Built in 1407, the Goldener Hirsch became a hotel in 1547 and its architecture has barely changed since. The interiors have been painstakingly restored and outfitted with traditional Salzburger antiques.