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The Best Things to Do in Salzburg on Your Honeymoon

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The Best Things to Do in Salzburg on Your Honeymoon

"The hills are alive with the sound of music" when you hear this sentence and song you are immediately transported to the beautiful scenery of where it all took place, Salzburg!

Yes, you might have seen some beautiful scenes of Salzburg in the world-known movie The Sound of Music.

Salzburg, Austria is so charming and magical it will make the perfect honeymoon destination for couples who want romance, art, and nature.

There are so many things to see in Salzburg but Salzburg is known best for its towering fortress and emerald green hills, the breathtaking Salzach river that winds through the historic center, and soaring mountain peaks.

Salzburg is also 2 hours away by train from the city of romance Vienna!

There are so many Salzburg attractions and places to visit in Salzburg while on your honeymoon, and here you will find the best things to do in Salzburg.


More beautiful places to visit in Austria are here!


Hoheensalzburg Fortress

Hoheensalzburg Fortress

The largest fully preserved fortress in central Europe, the more-than-900-year-old Hohensalzburg has long been the medieval crown above an elegantly baroque city. 

Many visitors start with a trip up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress, which is perched on a hill overlooking the entire city. Admire panoramic views of the city and the surrounding mountains. Use the funicular to enjoy the quickest and most comfortable way to reach Salzburg's most dominant landmark.

Explore the fortress and travel back to the Middle Ages with multimedia exhibits.

See the Prince's Chambers, one of the most well-preserved secular Gothic buildings in Europe.

Mozart’s birthplace

Mozart’s birthplace

It’s hard to miss the bright yellow building bright in the town center, which was the birthplace of Mozart and is now home to a museum dedicated to the famous composer and one of the most popular Salzburg attractions. Walk through what used to be his family’s apartment, admire his musical instruments, and see other memorabilia dating back to the 18th century. 

Salzburg Cathedral

Salzburg Cathedral

Salzburg Cathedral (Dom zu Salzburg) is one of the city’s most beautiful landmarks and is found in the historic center. Of its numerous churches, the cathedral is Salzburg's most important sacred building. With its mighty dome and two towers, it leaves its own distinctive, and absolutely impressive stamp on the city skyline. 

Salzburg Cathedral is an imposing tribute to the Early Baroque. Visitors are greeted by the resplendent façade made of Untersberg Marble. Looking down from it are four monumental statues: Apostles Peter and Paul holding a key and a sword, as well as Salzburg's two patron saints, Rupert and Virgil, clasping a salt vessel and a model of the church. 

Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Locations

One of the top Salzburg tourist attractions for fans of the much-loved musical The Sound of Musci. Visit filming locations in the city and surrounding countryside that were featured in the movie, all while listening to the soundtrack.

Visit Leopoldskron Palace which appeared as the Trapp family home, Nonnberg Abbey where Maria was a nun, and Mondsee Cathedral where the wedding scene took place. 

Mirabell Palace

Mirabell Palace

Mirabell Palace was another filming location for The Sound of Music, its gardens are where Maria and the children sang ‘Do-Re-Mi.‘ Schloss Mirabell was built in 1606 by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich and has immaculate, manicured gardens and the grand Marble Hall which is considered one of the most beautiful wedding halls in the world.

Hellbrunn Palace

Hellbrunn Palace

Constructed between 1613 and 1619 by Markus Sittikus von Hohenems, the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, its name comes from the German for “clear spring”.

Take a boat ride over to Hellbrunn Palace, the cheery, sunshine-yellow castle best known for its trick fountains. 

Old Town

The Old Town

The Old Town of Salzburg is considered one of the most important and oldest tourist attractions in the city. It was added to UNESCO's list of cultural and natural heritage in 1997.

The city center is the most popular area in the country and serves as the main location for official celebrations, hosting numerous events and activities that attract a large number of tourists annually.

The Old Town in Salzburg is characterized by its narrow alleys, reflecting the depth of history and providing a special pleasure for strolling.

This area includes many of the most important and prominent tourist landmarks in Austria, Salzburg. It features museums, churches, gardens, shops, and everything a tourist needs to spend enjoyable times.

The Summer Toboggan Run in Leogang

The Summer Toboggan Run in Leogang

The summer toboggan run in Leogang, known as the Salzburg Toboggan, is a destination for adventure enthusiasts and those seeking an adrenaline rush. These toboggan runs provide adventures that will be etched in the memory of everyone who participates.

Each sled embarks on a journey along a long slide track at a speed exceeding 40 km/h. Riders will have the opportunity to adjust the speeds according to their preference, ensuring they do not exceed the limit of 45 km/h. Access to the summer toboggan run in Leogang is possible by ascending via the Steinbergbahn Leogang cable car.

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