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Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria (after Vienna, Graz and Linz) and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. Its "Old Town", with its world famous baroque architecture, is one of the best-preserved city centers in the German-speaking world and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Dreaming spires, green hills and romantic gardens - the city′s attractions are loved by millions of visitors from all over the World hungry for Salzburg sightseeing. With a tourist-per-capita ratio higher than Venice or Florence, the city is among the busiest places of Europe all year round.
Mount Schober & Lake Fuschlsee, SalzkammergutA view on Baroque houses of SalzburgSalzurg Altstadt: City centre of the Baroque gem
Therefore, a wealth of information about the city of Mozart is available from guidebooks, websites and travel agencies. Sometimes it can be difficult to find your way round during a Salzburg visit. How can you find the "real" place? Where can you obtain accurate information from independent sources?
Summer Special: Between Hiking & Open-air Concerts
Hiking: Mount Untersberg - Mount Gaisberg - Glasenbach Klamm - Hellbrunner Allee - National Park Hohe Tauern - Mount Großglockner - Krimml Waterfalls - Hiking
Urban leisures: Salzburg Festival - Sitting by the River - Hellbrunn Trick Fountains - Beer Garden - Golf
Winter Special: Between Skiing & Christmas Markets
Wintersports: Skiing culture - skiing areas - winter sports beyond skiing - Ski rental
Other Winter Articles: What to do in Winter - Perchta: Pagan Heritage - Christmas markets - thermal spas - wellness & sauna - "Silent Night" Lyrics - The Story of Silent Night - Silvester or New Years Eve in Salzburg
Salzburg Photos, Food of Austria, Hotel Advice
Mozart and the Krimml Waterfalls, Hermann Maier and the Giant Ice Caves, superb skiing and the Salzburg Festival, Christian Doppler and the Hohe Tauern National Park, the Celtic Village, Red Bull and the eternal ice of the Großvenediger mountain range – Land Salzburg is unimaginably multifaceted and it is this very wealth of variety that is presented in words and images in this DVD “Salzburg Images”. In addition, the DVD includes a current recording of the Land Salzburg hymn sung by the Hohensalzburg Salzburg Land Choir, an impressive selection of pictures and a presentation of Salzburg’s many highlights from A to Z.