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If you want to ski and see the city during the snowy winter months, pop across to Salzburg between November and February. The spring is great for anyone planning a relaxing break with quieter crowds and nice, warm weather. And in the summer, expect a little bit more warmth and lots of fun events.
The historic centre is best discovered from hotels in Altstadt. Visit Hohensalzburg Castle to see its opulent interior and stunning views of the city. Mozart’s Birthplace, including his bedroom, living room and kitchen, can be toured in Altstadt, and there’s also a replica of his piano. DomQuartier, a cultural museum complex, is five minutes’ walk away.On a family holiday in Salzburg? Make sure you’re situated in hotels in Mülln. Haus der Natur is a seven-minute drive away, where there’s an aquarium with sharks and octopuses, a reptile zoo with alligators and snakes, and a science centre with interactive exhibitions. Three minutes’ walk from there, Salzburg Marionette Theatre provides tours of the venue and its puppets.From hotels in Nonntal, couples can check out history, green spaces and foodie delights. Take a visit to Nonnberg Priory, particularly if you’re a fan of The Sound of Music – it’s from here the story begins. Wander Krauthügel Park, a nature reserve with a summer art project in which a different artwork is featured each month. Nonntal is the city’s unofficial culinary quarter: find everything from classic Austrian bread and sausages to spicy Mexican and a series of hot hipster coffee houses.More history of Salzburg is revealed from hotels in the Neustadt. Despite the district’s name meaning ‘new town’, remnants of the old city are dotted around. Andräkirche is a neo-Gothic building constructed after the Old City Walls were demolished. A couple of minutes’ walk away, Mirabell Palace has fantastic bright gardens and the Marble Hall where Mozart regularly played.

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