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Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and is the capital of the province of the same name. The city is also home to three different universities, so it has a large student population. Renowned for its many examples of classical Baroque architecture, Salzburg was also the birthplace of the classical composer Mozart. Salzburg has a historic city center, many magnificent palaces, and the backdrop of the scenic Alps nearby, which gives it a thriving tourism industry. Visitors to Salzburg should know that Venere has an extensive listing of Salzburg hotels. Venere offers guests an excellent rating system with user-feedback, allowing prospective guests to see whether a hotel is right for them. The site also offers the prospective traveler a generous selection of interior photographs, and the viewer has the opportunity to modify their search based on star rating or price. Venere also has a warning message that alerts the visitor to when a hotel is about to be fully occupied.

What's Salzburg Like?

Salzburg is a destination with an immense amount of history which tourists will appreciate. The Hohensalzburg Fortress is an enormous castle that has truly stood the test of time since it was built in 1077. The fortress is one of the largest medieval castles in the world, and has a generous schedule for visitors. People can also visit Mozart's childhood home, which is a typical Austrian house built in the early 1700s and occupied by the Mozart family until 1773. The home features several instruments that belonged to Mozart and even a family portrait. Mozart's adult home is also available to visit on the other side of town. The Ice Caves of Werfen present visitors with an excellent view of the surrounding Alp mountain range and a view of the castle from the way up as well. The hike is somewhat strenuous, so visitors should check with their physician to make sure they can make the trek. Since Salzburg was the principal filming site for "The Sound of Music", many visitors will want to visit sights from that movie. The Nunnery at Nonnberg, which was founded in the 8th century and is one of the oldest in the world, is famous for it's role in a scene from the movie. The "Sound of Music" tour is also a popular activity for tourists to engage in.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Salzburg

As tourists may want to purchase souvenirs, it's useful to know that the shops often close very early, often even at 5 or 6 o'clock. Besides its great historical significance, Salzburg is renowned for it artistic culture; evidence of this can be seen on Getreidegasse, where visitors can purchase some ornate painted eggs. Be aware of the layout of the Salzburg city streets, which are mostly of the cobblestone variety. Since Austria is a city that is largely rooted in classical music, there will be plenty of street performers in the city. While German is the most common language spoken in Salzburg and Austria as a whole, English is widely spoken in tourist-heavy cities, although learning a few phrases in German is always appreciated by locals. Venere will help you with all of your Salzburg Hotels. Once you have located your ideal hotel using our easy to navigate website you can book online or even contact one of our agents, who operate in 11 different languages. So start planning your dream holiday today!