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Salzburg Christmas Market

Traditional Christmas market dating back to the 15th century.


Venue: Cathedral Square.
Website: http://www.christkindlmarkt.co.at
Cost:

Free.


Salzburg Easter Festival

Annual festival was founded by Herbert von Karajan in 1967 and focuses on a different musical theme every year. Operas are performed in the Large Festival Hall and concerts are held at various venues.

Date: 27 March 2021 - 05 April 2021
Venue: Large Festival Hall.
Website: http://www.osterfestspiele-salzburg.at
Cost:

Various.


Salzburg Festival

The festival has a long and established history that dates back to 1920 and has been staged every year since. Having grown in popularity over the years, the modern-day event is now held over six weeks during the summer. It puts on a packed programme of opera, drama and concerts in venues across the city.

Date: 17 July 2021 - 31 August 2021
Venue: Various venues across Salzburg.
Website: http://www.salzburgfestival.at
Cost:

Various.


The Salzburg Jazz Festival

The Jazz & the City Festival in the old town pf Salzburg offers more than 100 free concerts. An exciting programme awaits visitors at 40 venues, including well-known jazz artists, brilliant newcomers, unmistakable voices and some experimental sounds.

Date: 01 October 2021 - 31 October 2021
(Date to be confirmed)
Venue: Various venues.
Website: http://www.salzburgjazz.com
Cost:

Free.


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Hotel Bristol

Looming over the river this stately property preserves the feel of a classic 19th-century hotel. First built in 1619 it opened for guests in the late 1800s and was the first hotel to have electricity in the city – earning it the name 'Electric Hotel'. It has hosted everyone from monarchs to Sigmund Freud. Today expect a blend of traditional atmosphere with contemporary service.

Castellani Parkhotel

Ideally located hotel on the edge of the Old Town, this handsome hotel has comfortable, modern rooms and top facilities including a fitness centre and steam room. The breakfast is a vast buffet, which includes cooked food, and the restaurant is pleasant. For extra luxury, try one of the 15 suites that are based in its 17th-century priory.

Hotel Stein

One of the hottest hotels in town is, without doubt, Hotel Stein. Commanding terrific views of the river and reached by bridge from the Old Town, it combines sexy modernity with classic style. Boasting a history dating back to 1399, its rooms range from the glamorous to the super-chic.

Yoho

Among the cheapest digs in town, Yoho is perhaps the most unique lodging in Salzburg. The rooms are comfortable and boast impressive mountain views, while the bar is always busy with young backpackers. What’s more, The Sound of Music is screened every day at 7pm in the TV room – take that as you will.

Hotel Goldener Hirsch

The hotel of choice for celebrities and royalty over the years, the Goldener Hirsch (the Golden Stag) is a Salzburg institution. Highly exclusive yet exuding genuine hospitality, the hotel has a unique old-world atmosphere combining the rustic with the luxurious. The hotel boasts two superb restaurants and a wonderfully decorated bar.

Wolf-Dietrich Hotel

The Wolf-Dietrich Hotel comprises the Altstadthotel and the Residenz, two houses that face each other near the city centre. In addition to being very comfortable, it is also healthy and environmentally friendly, being powered only by green electricity, serving organic food in the restaurant and incorporating feng shui into the design.