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Salzburg culture

The Bräustübl is Austria’s largest beer restaurant and with its beautiful garden a place of encounter and tradition. The beer is tapped by bar staff directly from the wooden barrel in stone pitchers and there are culinary specialties from the “Schmankerlgang”, which are arranged in the style of a traditional market hall.

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Montag-Freitag: 15.00-23.00 Uhr.
Samstag, Sonntag und Feiertag von 14.30-23.00 Uhr.

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Who takes the way to the fortress Hohensalzburg, to the fortress railway or to the cemetery St. Peter, which crosses the chapter place. The sprawling square is bordered by the Duomo in the south, the cathedral provost and the Archbishop’s Palace in the east, the novitiate wing of St. Peter’s Abbey in the west and the mill of the cathedral chapter.

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The Getreidegasse is the heart of Salzburg’s old town and attracts a large number of visitors with its unmistakable charm and Mozart’s birthplace. In addition to international fashion chains, the Getreidegasse impresses with historic inns and unique traditional establishments.

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In the Getreidegasse a house attracts special attention: the No. 9, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Salzburg’s most famous son was born here on January 27, 1756. For 26 years, from 1747, the family lived in an apartment on the third floor. With his parents Leopold and Anna Maria as well as sister “Nannerl” Mozart spent his childhood and youth here. 1773 followed the move to the Mozart residence on Makartplatz.

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Täglich 9.00 Uhr – 17.30 Uhr (letzter Eintritt 17.00 Uhr)
Juli / August: 8.30 Uhr – 19.00 Uhr (letzter Eintritt 18.30 Uhr)

 

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How the “Tanzmeisterhaus” got its name
Until 1617, the history of the house at Makartplatz No. 8 can be traced back in a document. In fact, until 1685 it consisted of two buildings. It was first mentioned in 1713 as “Tanzmeisterhaus”. From 1711 Lorenz Spöckner held dance lessons for nobility there and prepared them for court life.

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Täglich 9.00 Uhr – 17.00 Uhr (letzer Eintritt 17.00 Uhr)
Juli / August: 8.30 Uhr -19.00 Uhr (letzter Eintritt 18.30 Uhr)

 

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The “Große Festspielhaus” in Hofstallgasse was built between 1956 and 1960 to plans by the architect Clemens Holzmeister and is one of the most impressive venues of the Salzburg Festival.

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