Welcome to our Salzburg Blog! If you’re looking for nice spots or activities in and all arround Salzburg then you’re exactly at the right place!

Krampus runs in Salzburg

26. November 2018

In the first week of December, you’ll get the unique opportunity to attend a Krampus run, a Central European tradition that dates back hundreds of years.

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Salzburg on a rainy day

10. October 2018

It is quite likely that it will rain at some point during your stay in Salzburg. Compared to Vienna we have almost twice as many rainy days per year. Since there is nothing we can do to change the weather, we have collected some indoor fun activities for you to keep you dry.

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8. September 2018

The Salzburg Festival season has just finished and the next celebrations are already coming up. Rupertikirtag is a fair held annually in honour of Saint Rupert, the patron saint of Salzburg, for 5 days in September.

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Salzburg for adventurers

29. August 2018

Yes, Salzburg has a lot of cultural things to see.  But whoever thought there’s nothing else to do, couldn’t be more wrong. Here are three activities close to the city centre for all the adventurers out there.

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Salzburg With Kids

5. August 2018

Travelling with kids can be difficult. Often, children are hard to thrill with what their parents are interested in and the other way around. Therefore, we have compiled a list of activities for you that are fun for young and old.

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Tailored Salzburg City Tours

22. May 2018

exploring Salzburg like a local

Salzburg has a lot to offer. However, getting stuck in Getreidegasse between a hundred of other tourists trying to catch a glimpse on Mozart’s birthplace is probably not the experience you are striving for, when you decide to pay this historical city a visit.

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Salzburg’s escape
from the city jungle

Now that spring has finally sprung, it is time to ­explore Salzburg’s surrounding mountains. A trip to the Gaisberg is the perfect ­opportunity for a short escape from the tourist hustle and bustle in the city centre and to enjoy the sun.

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