Hohen Salzburg Castle
Hohensalzburg is one of the most famous attractions in the city. This castle was built in 1077 AD, and can be reached through a pleasant walk for a period of three hours from the old city center, or by hanging the railway from (Festungsgasse). This castle contains many beautiful arched defensive gates, in addition to containing the courtyard and St. George’s Church, in addition to luxurious apartments that feature Gothic décor, beautiful marble columns, the Golden Hall, and many others.
Salzburg’s basilica is one of the city’s most famous landmarks, and it is a masterpiece of the early Baroque era, crowned by a swollen copper dome and double towers, and this church has been subjected to at least ten fires, and has been completely rebuilt three Times over the centuries, it bears witness to the power of the bishops in Salzburg to this day.
Mirabell Palace is considered one of the most important attractions in Salzburg for decades, and has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was built by Archbishop Wolf Dietrich in 1606 AD to show his love for his lover Salome Alt, and this palace is famous for its interiors Impressive, its beautiful gardens, as well as the Pegasus fountain containing a horse statue, which was designed by artist Casper Grass.
The Mozart house is considered one of the tourist places in the city, and it is the place where Mozart lived in Salzburg, which was destroyed during the Second World War, but it was rebuilt again, and it was opened to the public in 1996 AD, and this house is a museum that displays the daily life of a family Mozart, and includes biographies of family members, as well as a venue for special events, temporary exhibitions, lectures, and concerts.
The entrance to the Ice Caves is located in an inconspicuous place in the Tennengebirge Mountains above the town of Werfen in Salzburg Province, and it is believed that these caves were formed during the geological period known as the third era, however they were discovered later in 1879 AD by Austrian explorer Alexander von Mork, after years of research it became more known to tourists.