Christmas in Salzburg

8 thoughts on “Christmas in Salzburg”

  1. Thanks for a great trip report and photos, Justin! It certainly brings back sweet memories of our trip there in summer of 2013. We stayed in cosy and friendly Blaue Gans on the same Getreidegasse and visited pretty much the same places as you did plus Schloss Hellbrun (20 min. from Salzburg) and Mount Untersberg (about 10 miles south of the city) and then went to Fussen which we used as a base to explore Neuschwanstein and the surrounding area. Looking forward to reading the rest of your report.

    1. I bet it was even more beautiful in summer with all the green everywhere! Untersberg kept calling my name, but unfortunately we never had a chance to make it up there. Thanks for reading!

    1. Salzburg in the spring would be incredible – definitely plenty of hiking to be found! We only went a little way up Kapuziner hill in Salzburg itself to get the photo of the Altstadt from across the river, but there were tons of trails that went further up the hill that I would have loved to explore if we had more time there. Enjoy your trip!

  2. Great post! You brought back fond memories of when I visited Salzburg as a daytrip form Munch in December 2014. The city is absolutely adorable as it is and even more so during the holidays. Glad you had such a nice experience too. :)

  3. Places To Stay In Salzburg

    If you plan to stay in Salzburg for longer than one night you will need to find a place to stay. Salzburg has a wide range of places to bed down these consist of hotels at the high end of the star range to lower end hotels, bed and breakfasts and hostels. If you are visiting the city on business ensure the hotel you decide to select has the business facilites that suit your needs, check the area location is good as traffic in Salzburg can cause problems at certain times of the day. If you are seeking out more luxury accommodation there is a selection of top chain and independent hotels. Salzburg also offers a good selection of lower star hotels that offer simple but functional facilities for visitors to the city. If you are visiting on a small budget there is a number of hostels and guest houses in the city which are a good place to rest your head. Whatever accommodation type you select in Salzburg try and make time to see if any bargains exists on a wide array of travel web sites, often when there is a big event on in town.

    Recommended Hotels In Salzburg

    1. Hotel Schloss Monchstein
    2. Bristol Hotel Salzburg
    3. Hotel-Pension Bloberger Hof
    4. Hotel Goldener Hirsch
    5. Hotel Auersperg

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