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Salzburg, Austria Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 115
Total Sleeping Rooms 6,500
Largest Exhibit Space 15,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 189
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 130
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 231

Salzburg, Austria Things to Do and Attractions

Stiegl-Brauwelt - Beer Experience World

A truly multi-sensory experience, Stiegl-Brauwelt - Beer Experience World welcomes visitors to see, hear, touch, smell and taste with exploring the brewing process and taking a journey through time to the roots of beer production. Visitors can view a

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Original Sound of Music Tour

Operated by Panorama Tours, the Original Sound of Music Tour takes passengers through the landscape that served as the opening scenes of the 1964 film, adapted from the 1959 musical by Hammerstein and Rodgers. While aboard the tour bus, participants

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The Sound of Salzburg

A beloved dinner show, The Sound of Salzburg features songs from The Sound of Music, Mozart and other elements of Salzburg's musical past while guests enjoy an optional three- or -four-course traditional Austrian meal. Offered almost daily from May

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Salt Mines Tour

Operated by Panorama Tours, the Salt Mines Tour takes participants into the 490-year-old salt mines at Berchtesgaden via train to experience the fascinating underground world of salt miners. Participants leave Salzburg and travel along the Kings

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Salzburg Open-Air Museum

The Salzburg Open-Air Museum, the city's largest museum, welcomes visitors to experience the rich heritage of rural 16th to 20th century Salzburg via 100 authentic and historical buildings rebuilt on the museum grounds. Visitors can learn about

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Nestled in the heart of Old Town, s'Herzi is set in the style of a 15th-century Salzburg country inn, complete with fine linens, dark woods and scattered lamplight. Visitors enjoy authentic Austrian cuisine and local delicacies served in a casual

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Located at the Crowne Plaza Salzburg - The Pitter & Pitter Event Center, PitterKeller is Salzburg's oldest beer cellar and tavern, serving as a favorite gathering place since 1911. PitterKeller's local delicacies, delicious beer and Austrian wines

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IMLAUER Sky Bar & Restaurant

Found at the top of the Crowne Plaza Salzburg - The Pitter & Pitter Event Center, the award-winning IMLAUER Sky Bar & Restaurant is known for its spectacular city views, stylish atmosphere and classic regional cuisine paired with select international

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Braurestaurant IMLAUER

Beloved for its old-fashioned, traditional homestyle Austrian fare, Braurestaurant IMLAUER is an elegant restaurant with an adjacent garden for outdoor dining. A favorite spot amongst business travelers, the restaurant is known for its fast, friendly

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Home to one of Salzburg's most beautiful beer gardens, which covers three terraces, Stieglkeller is a traditional inn serving traditional Austrian fare and the entire assortment of Stiegl beers. Guests take in fantastic Old Town views here, thanks to

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IKARUS at the Hangar 7

Known for its groundbreaking guest chef concept, IKARUS at the Hangar 7 is an artful, sleek space that features a different chef each month. Each monthly chef brings a different concept, be it traditional Austrian fare to molecular cuisine and

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St. Peter Stiftskeller

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Mentioned for the first time in a document by the scholar Alcuin in 803 AD, ST. Peter Stiftskeller is known as Central Europe's oldest restaurant, as well as one full of Austrian culture, history and modernity. Visitors dine on traditional Austrian

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, DomQuartier is an expansive cathedral-art museum complex that offers are and cultural history tours that allow visitors to follow in the footsteps of Salzburg's archbishops. Set in the place of the former center of

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Residence Palace

Nestled in the heart of the city, the Residence Palace is an extensive complex of buildings with some 180 rooms and three courtyards, where the prince archbishops held court up to the 19th century. While continuing to entertainment important guests

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Hohensalzburg Fortress

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Built in 1077 and considerably enlarged in the early 16th century, the striking Hohensalzburg Fortress is the largest fully preserved fortress in Central Europe. Having served as a fortification and temporary residence of the prince archbishop, then

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Mirabell Palace and Gardens

An iconic Salzburg destination, the Mirabell Palace and Gardens is just one example of the city's architectural splendor and beauty. Built in 1606 by Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Mirabell Palace was redesigned by the famous baroque

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Mozart Foundation

The Mozart Foundation owns and operates two of Salzburg's most important historic sites: the Mozart Birthplace, where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in January 1756, and the Mozart Residence, where Mozart lived with his family from 1773 to 1781.

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