The city is full of curiosities, small sights and great landmarks. And full of inspiration for the curious souls who are looking for it and for the true character of Salzburg.
The Art of the Walk.
Salzburg’s Walk of Modern Art is just the right way to discover exciting places in the city – and, of course, artworks by Erwin Wurm, Marina Abramović and more…
On the Sunny Side of the river.
Summer, sun, sunshine and a cool breeze by the water? That, too, is summer in Salzburg. On the banks of the Salzach, “the” local leisure area of the people of Salzburg is waiting for you.
The Taste of the City
Salzburg tastes more than just Nockerl & Co. Aganigi Naganigi is an establishment in Lehen. So, das SALZ is only a few steps away from perhaps the best kebab in town.
More Art in the City
From Klimt and Schiele to Viennese Actionism and contemporary paintings: the two locations of the Museum of Modern Art are rather eclectic counterpoints to the historically influenced cultural programme of the old town.
Sometimes good things are so close. This is certainly true of the Fotohof, Salzburg’s most exciting space for photography. From there, you can reach das SALZ in about five minutes.
The World of a European
Next to the Felsenreitschule and in the direct vicinity of the large Festspielhaus, the Stefan Zweig Centre leads something of a shadowy existence. Wrongly so: the readings, exhibitions and events pay off not only for literature fans.
Jork Weismann has captured Salzburg from his perspective for our campaign. Perhaps you would like to follow his path.