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  1. Interactive map of Salzburg with all popular attractions - Hohensalzburg Fortress, Salzburg Cathedral, Schloss Mirabell and more. Take a look at our detailed itineraries, guides and maps to help you plan your trip to Salzburg.

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    • Auerspergstraße 6, Salzburg, 5020
    • Mirabell Palace. The Mirabell Palace is the first option if you want to tour a beautiful baroque infrastructure, with luxurious rooms as well as beautiful and spacious gardens.
    • Mozart’s Birthplace. Mozart’s Birth House is one of the highlights of the tour of Salzburg. The 9th house on Getreidegasse Street was the place where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salzburg’s most illustrious son, was born, 27 January 1756.
    • Hohensalzburg Fortress. Hohensalzburg Fortress is the best-preserved castle in Central Europe and is the annual visitor centre for thousands of tourists who choose Salzburg as their holiday destination.
    • Hellbrunn Palace. There are over four hundred years of history at Hellbrunn Palace. It was designed and built as a palace of rest and recreation for the royalty and impacts both locals and visitors with so-called water games.
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    • Hohensalzburg Castle[SEE MAP] Sitting stop Festungsberg hill, Hohensalzburg Castle is Salzburg’s most famous landmark. Built in 1077, Hohensalzburg Castle is one of the largest and best preserved fortresses today in Central Europe.
    • Mirabell Palace[SEE MAP] Mirabell Palace was built in 1606 by a prince-archbishop who intended it as a home for his mistress. It was later rebuilt in Baroque and Neoclassical styles, and served as the 1815 birthplace of the future King Otto of Greece.
    • Salzburger Dom[SEE MAP] Salzburger Dom, also known as Salzburg Cathedral, dates back to the eighth century. The imposing Italian Baroque cathedral as it exists today was built in the 17th century.
    • Hellbrunn Palace[SEE MAP] Visitors to Hellbrunn Palace should wear clothes that dry quickly. That’s because the trick fountains the palace is famous for spray water on visitors.
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