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The capital of the eponymous federal state of Salzburg (SZG) is one of the best-loved destinations for city breaks. Since 1996, the entire Old Town, parts of Nonntal, the Capuchin Hill and the Monks Hill, the New Town and Mülln have all been named UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Art and culture lovers will all feel right at home in Salzburg (SZG), as the city houses many museums, some with rotating exhibitions throughout the year of well-known and emerging artists, as well as the many historical sights. If this is your first visit to Salzburg, you can take a guided tour with a guide or with one of the red hop-on-hop-off tourist buses. These buses stop at all the major sights and also give visitors important information about each attraction.
Salzburg (SZG) is one of Europe's most beautiful cities, making it a popular destination for vacationers around the world. Book your Salzburg (SZG) flights now and discover the many beautiful sights. A walk through the city will take you to Salzburg Cathedral, the first baroque church on the northern side of the Alps. St. Catejan's Church and St. Erhard's Church in Nonntal, designed by the architect Zuccali, are some of the most beautiful churches of the Baroque era. A little further you'll come across Freisaal Castle, Mirabell Palace and Castle Kleßheim. Parts of these and all the other royal buildings can be fully toured.
Visitors in search of authentic Austrian flair would be best advised to visit one of the cafés in the bustling downtown. Book your Salzburg (SZG) flights now and visit one of the city's many museums. A visit to the casino is of course a must. It's an impressive sight and particularly beautiful at night, when the entire casino is lit up by thousands of lights. The many bars, clubs and pubs cater to all kinds of tastes in the evenings. If you're looking for something a little quieter, pay a visit to one of the city's many restaurants, some of which boast Michelin stars.