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This small and charming hotel is the only hotel located directly at Salzburg Airport. My car broke down on the way to Salzburg. As a consequence, I arrived at 3am in the morning. Hotel staff were prepared to wait up for me. I was served an excellent breakfast by friendly staff. The breakfast room looks out onto the beautiful Untersberg mountain, which was wreathed in clouds.
This 4-star hotel is located between Salzburg Airport and the A1 motorway, on the western outskirts of Salzburg. It offers free WiFi in all areas and free private parking. Very clean, comfortable and friendly
In a quiet location in Wals, 5 km of the historic centre of Salzburg, the family-run Hotel Himmelreich features a sauna and a garden with a swimming pool. The staff were a great help with my bags etc. I am a wheelchair user so I am always apprehensive when it comes to booking hotels but this hotel met all my requirements. The staff were friendly and attentive, the rooms/bathrooms are a good size and it is a €10 taxi ride from the airport.
The 4-star Austria Trend Hotel Salzburg West is located right next to a modern designer outlet centre and offers rooms with carpeted floors and free WiFi access. Nice added touch of free drinks at the bar and juice, fruit and chocolates in the room. Had a free shuttle to airport but doesn't start until 7am which was when our flight left. Also attached to Fashion Outlet mall! BONUS!!!
Boasting mountain views, Knusperhaus mit Garten is set in Wals, 1.4 km from Klessheim Castle. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped kitchen and a terrace.
Located in Wals, a 5-minute drive to Salzburg centre, Ferienwohnungen Novak offers modern self-catering accommodation units with free WiFi. Private parking spaces are available on site free of charge.... Apartment is very comfortable, near the bus station and supermarkets. Salzburg is a beautiful city to visit with interesting museum, castles, bridges .....
This modern, quietly located 3-star hotel is part of the Wals Trade Centre and is just off the A1 motorway and only 800 metres from Salzburg Airport. Very comfortable beds, nice bathroom. Just a short trolleybus-ride to the center (the stop is a few minutes by foot), so it is a good option instead of more expensive hotels in the center.
Ibis Budget Salzburg Airport is located directly at the highway junction Airport Salzburg, only 500 metres from the Designer Outlet Center and 5 km from the center of Salzburg. Staff muito simpático; Quarto adequado;
Haus Kernstock is minutes away from the Hangar-7 with its famous Ikarus Restaurant and 3 km from the Salzburg Airport. The view from the room was amazing - mountains covered in snow. The hostess was very kind and caring. Very nice quiet place.
Set in Salzburg, Rooms M provides a self-catered accommodation within 1.7 km of Europark. Free WiFi is offered. The homestay offers a barbecue. Rooms M offers a terrace. The room was clean. Heating was great. Free parking next to the house (2 cars max).
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The 3-star Hotel Gerl is located in Wals, a 2-minute drive from the A1 motorway and a 15-minute drive from the centre of Salzburg. It offers free WiFi and free public parking. It felt like a 5 star for a price of 3 star. Excellent breakfast and lovely staff.
The Astoria is a 3-star hotel just a 15-minute walk from the Old Town of Salzburg with the Festspielhaus (Festival Hall) and Mozart's birthplace. In fact everything was actually a little better then we dared to hope and reception was very...
Located in Salzburg, within 2.1 km of Festival Hall Salzburg and 2.5 km of Hohensalzburg Fortress, Hotel Max 70 provides accommodation with a garden and free WiFi. very pleasant staff. Especially we appreciate Theresa who was very helpful .
This family-run hotel has been a guarantee for enjoyable holidays in the Salzburg tradition for generations with its comfortable contemporary furnishings and tasteful ambience. Excellent atmosphere and surprisingly inexpensive.
The eco-friendly, family-run Das Grüne Hotel zur Post - 100 % BIO enjoys a quiet location in the Maxglan district, a 5-minute bus ride from the centre of Salzburg. The apartment was really nice and comfortable.
Family-run since 1607, Hotel Walserwirt enjoys a quiet location in the centre of Wals, 3 km from Salzburg Airport and a 15-minute drive from the centre of Salzburg. Super pet friendly! Thank you.
A 10-minute drive from the centre of Salzburg, Hotel Frauenschuh is located in the quiet and green district of Leopoldskron-Moos. It has a spa area and offers free outdoor parking. The room is spacious, with very comfortable bed and clean bathroom, great breakfast and wellness and...
The family-run Hotel Lilienhof is quietly situated in Taxham, a 10-minute drive from the centre of Salzburg. Friendly welcoming, great situation near the busline that leads in town, calm, free parking,...
I have come to Salzburg about 50 times because I sing with the Cathedral Choir. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and even after so many visits I still find new things to do and new places to visit. I recommend 'Triangel' as a great traditional restaurant and 'Fischkrieg' for fresh, excellent fish - especially in Summer, when you can sit outside by the river. Café Bazar and The Sacher Hotel are good choices for traditional food. Famous cafés also include 'Café Fürst', where you can buy the best ever Mozart chocolates. In the 'Alttermarkt', just opposite, is 'Tomaselli' - which claims to be the oldest Restaurant in the city. Other less-known choices of mine are the Schweiger Deli at Itzling (take the #6 bus to Plainbrücke) and 'Fingerlos' near Mirabell Gardens (also a 'must-see') For shopaholics, take the bus from Hanuschplatze to 'Europark', which is absolutely huge - and try the new centre at Herrnau on the Alpenstrasse. (#3 0r #8 bus routes.) Although the 'Getreidegasse' is essential - and, of course, Mozart's birthplace, there is also the 'Burg' which is very impressive, and a host of historical and religious buildings, museums and theatres. It is a music-lover's paradise. If it is your first visit, there are many all-day and half-day bus excursions - the most famous being 'The Sound of Music' tour. Highly recommended - at least, once. Salzburg has more cultural possibilities than any ten normal cities - but it has a new town too. Cross the river to look at the shops in the Linzergasse area - there is much to see! Have fun or, in German, ,viel SpaB!' Paul
Having been there 7 times in as many years now we know that Salzburg is a wonderful place to visit. The City Centre is compact and easy to get around and there are numerous historic buildings to visit and enjoy. Within easy travel distance also there are other wonderful attractions such as the Zoo and the cable car up the Untersberg Mountain along with numerous other beautiful small towns and villages within easy reach. The travel network is incredibly efficient. If you visit buying the Salzburg Card is an absolute must to reduce your costs and maximise the benefit of your visit. Things to avoid - the organised tours are a very easy, albeit expensive, way of making sure that you visit all the essential sites and get all the information that you need. You will soon learn though that you can easily get to all of the must see attractions either by foot or by public transport at a fraction of the cost. Where to eat - lots of wonderful cake shops at fair prices but eating out is more expensive than many other European cities that we have visited. If you are coeliac, as is my wife, there is now far more awareness than in the past. Pizza & Pasta Spaghetti at Getreidegasse 14 was good with plain and simple food and fairly priced for the area. A tip for the first time visitor - avoid visiting at busy times when there are music festivals on etc - flights cost far more as does hotel accommodation. Can get very crowded at times as well so not easy to get round and people always in front of the view that you want to photograph. People are generally very friendly and helpful. Not the sort of place that you ever feel intimidated in. If you are a non-smoker prepare yourself though for a throwback to those days when you came out of restaurants and pubs smelling of smoke and gasping for air. Smoking inside is still allowed at some venues.
The Old Town has a great vibe and (cliched though it sounds) the Sound of Music tour is a great way to get a rough guide of the Salzburg and some picture postcard perfect alpine locations. Be sure to head to the Alten Fuchs (Old Fox) restaurant in the "new town" (great traditional dishes) and Tomaselli's in the Old Town (superb omelet and great assortment of cakes, including a take on the Salzburger Nockerl that's better than the traditional thing, though a little less epic to look at) for the best meals you'll have in Salzburg. Be wary of just how tourist-oriented the whole city is. Everywhere we went we found Salzburg to be more expensive and of a generally lower quality than elsewhere in Austria -- be absolutely sure to avoid the St. Peter Stiftskeller, which is set in a gorgeous location and looks the part of a high-class restaurant, and while its prices, service and portion sizes might lead you to think that you're eating in a Michelin-starred establishment, the quality of the food is so poor and so tasteless as to make this "restaurant" more of a scam than an eatery. If you do go, be sure to try "Grandma's homemade Apple Strudel" for the single blandest example of that otherwise noble dessert; Grandma would've been better off buying her strudels from Asda.
We recommend taking the Salzburg Card and most attractions and transport is included for only €24 a day. We went during Christmas - so going to the Mirabel Gardens isn't really advised. We strolled through it while walking around. However, I'd recommend starting the day by visiting Mozart's birthplace, going up the funicular to the fort (the fort isn't very impressive however the view from atop the fort is worth the visit), visit to the Dom and the cathedral museum, have a glass of warm wine and something to munch at the christmas market. And during the evening you can have a quick look at Mozart's residence followed by an enjoyable stroll along the river and the bridges, a walk through the old city, visit the Mozart Square and start the night with a glass of glühwine (warm wine) and wiener schnitzel and stroll around the Dom and stare at the imposing mountains. There are lots of places on the old side of the city as well as just when you cross the river on the Schaalmooser where you can have some Austrian food (However i'm not the best judge of its authenticity as I have nothing else to compare it to :-) )
Salzburg is absolutely beautiful around Christmas time. Such a lovely atmosphere and because we meant mid-week, we didn't have to battle the crowds around the Christmas markets as it wasn't too busy. Saturday night was busy but we weren't put off as we'd already caught the best of it. The fortress is a must. I'd recommend getting the funicular up and walk down as you can stop off at the viewpoint. We were lucky to catch the sun setting behind the mountains on our way down. Getting around is really easy with plenty of buses to catch to areas outside the main town. Our apartment was right around the corner from the bus station so we decided to spend one day out Salzburg. We caught the 9.15 bus to Berchtesgaden and then another bus from there (a few minutes later) to Lake Konigssee, which was absolutely beautiful. Definitely recommend it if you want to see some mountain/landscape scenery. Eating wasn't a problem as there are plenty of cafes, supermarkets and restaurants to get food. On our last night, we ate at the oldest restaurant in Salzburg, St. Peter Skiftskeller, which was the perfect way to end our trip. It was so cosy inside, the staff were friendly and accommodating and the food was gorgeous. I would recommend going to Salzburg in the week before Christmas and hope to return again in the future as we could have stayed longer!
Salzburg is perfect for a weekend break. It is a compact city and most of the sites are within walking distance of all the city centre hotels. The Salzburg card may be useful if you plan to visit a lot of museums but do not buy it if you only plan a trip to Hellbrunn. Just buy a Tageskarte (one day travel card) - very cheap. I would definitely recommend a ride out to Hellbrunn and possibly on out to the cable car if you like that kind of thing. We really enjoyed the Mozart dinner concert too which was surprisingly good - good food (even catered well to me as a vegetarian - a rarity in Austria!) and not at all tacky - very pleasant evening. If you have time to go beyond Salzburg you should visit one of the salt mines - great fun! We didn't do the sound of music tour but that is another popular option. The Augustiner brewery is a real experience not to be missed - the great halls, the food stands and the constantly flowing beer makes for a great afternoon or evening.