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From idyllic lakes to majestic mountain peaks, the Salzburger holiday regions ensure unforgettable holiday moments! The variety of mountains, lakes, and cultural attractions makes SalzburgerLand so rich and fascinating that the author Carl Zuckmayr once described it as “part of paradise”. More info on:


City Salzburg

As the birthplace of W. A. Mozart, as the stage for the famous and glamourous Salzburg Festival and as the film location for “The Sound of Music”, Salzburg is known all over the world. Over 4.500 cultural events from operas to Jazz concerts, from modern dance performances to children’s programs, can be witnessed every year. More info on:


Salzburg Airport – Gateway to the Alps

The British enjoy visiting the city of Mozart, the scenes of the Sound of Music and numerous other sights all year round. In winter, they fly to Salzburg for skiing at one of the many beautiful skiing resorts, whereas in summer they enjoy hiking in our mountain regions and swimming in our crystal-clear lakes. More info on:


Region Hochkönig

In summer the Hochkönig region is a paradise for outdoor activities – 340 kilometres of perfect tagged hiking trails which lead you from hut to hut through a fascinating landscape. In winter 120 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes and 33 lifts give skiers and snowboarders a sense of boundless freedom. More info on:


National Park Hohe Tauern

Hohe Tauern National Park is the biggest nature sanctuary in Central Europe: In this land at the foot of Austria’s highest mountains, visitors are able to experience a uniquely beautiful landscape with over 300 glaciers, rare animal species and true botanical treasures. Of course, in the 20 National Park Communities as well as 13 valleys of Salzburg’s Hohe Tauern National Park Region, you can always set out to explore on your own. More info on:


The Salzkammergut: Dare to be Yourself

As the home of spring rains and summer resorts, rich in salt, gentle meadows and forests, blue-green lakes and native traditions, Austria’s ‘tenth state’ is well-known to many people. Each of its ten tourism regions is a world of its own. Still, they all have one thing in common: a beautiful landscape which invites visitors to wander its mountains, dive into its lakes, enjoy its natural surroundings and get carried away by its irresistible charm. More info on:


Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn

The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is known in winter as one of the largest diverse and modern ski regions in the Alps. During the summer enthusiastic hikers and mountain biker flock to the area. Come and discover over 400 km of hiking and biking trails as well as numerous outdoor activities. More info on:


Salzburger Sportwelt

Wintersports enthusiasts young and old feel right at home on the ski slopes of the 7 resorts in the Salzburger Sportwelt – Flachau, Wagrain-Kleinarl, St. Johann-Alpendorf, Radstadt, Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Eben and Filzmoos. A tasty alpine breakfast, the breathtaking views of the mountain peaks, the fresh mountain air, that’s summer in the Salzburger Sportwelt. More info on: en/holiday.html


Zell am See - Kaprun

Glaciers, mountains and lake – the all-year round destination of Zell am See-Kaprun in Austria brings together the diversity of the Alps. In the unique natural paradise at the edge of the Upper Tauern National Park sports enthusiasts, active holidaymakers, families and those seeking relaxation will discover a wide range of experiences in both summer and winter. More info on:


What to do in Salzburg?

Salzburg is a city in Austria which mixes a vibrant urban atmosphere with the intense beauty of the Alps. Book your Salzburg flights with Ryanair and relax as you fly with Europe’s number one on-time airline.


Explore the History of Mozart

  • Visit the Mozart Residence (Mozart Wohnhaus), a grand home that the influential composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart grew up in.
  • Take a trip to the Mozarteum Salzburg University and explore the many artefacts relating to the Salzburg native’s life here.
  • Pay your respects to Mozart’s lineage at St. Peter’s Cemetery (Petersfriedhof), a vast graveyard dating right back to approximately 700 AD. Visit the burial site of the older sister of the famous musician, Maria Anna Mozart.
  • Travel to Salzburg’s St. Sebastian’s Cemetery to see the burial sites of Mozart’s father and his wife.


Enjoy the Majesty of Salzburg

Hike up the nearby mountain of Kapuzinerberg and enjoy breathtaking sights from more than 2,000 feet above sea level. Take a stroll along the gardens of Mirabell Palace. Experience the history of airplanes and racing cars at Hangar-7, and enjoy a fine meal at its luxury restaurant. Book your cheap flights to Salzburg with Ryanair.


Salzburg Airports

  • Salzburg Airport (SZG)