Why book a hotel in Salzburg?
One of the largest cities in Austria, Salzburg is located in the north of the country, close to the German border and on the banks of the River Salzach. Book a hotel in Salzburg as its close proximity to the Alps, combined with the city’s central European climate, make it the perfect destination all year round. The historically rich city is located across both sides of the river and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Culturally, the city has gained fame as the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Mozart and the setting of the film "The Sound of Music."
What gives Salzburg its unique identity?
The Salzburg skyline is reminiscent of a fairy-tale; with beautiful white buildings with domes and soaring turrets. The city itself is filled with beautiful wildlife and parks, delectable cuisine and a bustling arts scene featuring an abundance of galleries and concert halls. After meetings, your free time can be spent wandering through the narrow, ornate streets, meandering through boutique shops and sampling the local coffee and cakes.
Why should I choose Salzburg as my next business destination?
Salzburg is well located for all your business needs. It is home to the largest international airport in the country, connecting the city to other major cities all over Europe including Berlin, London and Istanbul. In addition, rail routes link Salzburg to destinations such as Prague and Budapest. There is also a wealth of luxury hotels in Salzburg which look down onto the scenic river. These house a number of restaurants, including a quaint room in the top of a spire where you can sample the local cuisine.
What can I discover when I book a hotel in Salzburg?
Many of Salzburg's most popular attractions are all about the views they provide. If you want to go above and beyond the views offered in central Salzburg, head to the Untersberg, on the edge of the Alps. Covered with crisp white snow in the winter, and lusciously green in the summer, this peak will allow visitors to look down on the city from a unique angle. It was also made famous by the opening and closing credits of "The Sound of Music". If you prefer something a little calmer, head to Old Market Square to sample the delectable foods on offer by independent sellers.