Numerous destinations are awaiting you! The selection of interesting places and spots in the immediate surroundings is great. A must is a day visit to the Grossgmain open-air museum, where you can hike through all of Salzburg’s districts and discover their history, cultures, construction methods, crafts and ways of working. 100 original buildings, including old farmhouses, can be visited in the largest open air museum of Salzburg. The open-air museum can also be discovered in a very comfortable way with the historical museum train.
A time travel is also the one to Hellbrunn Palace on the outskirts of Salzburg. This summer residence, with its beautiful park and unique water games, was built in 1615 by Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus and is considered a very special destination for both young and old. Water-driven figures, caves, fountains – the resident’s visitors are, as it has been for hundreds of years, still astonished and entertained! A place where you can enjoy water and let it surprise you!
Among the insider tips of the locals there are the open-air cinemas. One of the most popular is the Sternenkino Salzburg, located in the Old Town, where you can enjoy delicious street food in addition to the free entrance to the entire show. Another insider tip is the free events of “Live im Park”. Here, various places of Salzburg are transformed to unique locations in the summer months. Be it live bands with messages, delicious food, exciting street performers or the opportunity to try a variety of sports – there is something for everyone here.
Other insider tips are the Salzburg Schrannenmarkt and the off-farm sales of the regional farmers. The approximately 190 Stands of the Schranne can be visited every Thursday between 5 and 13 o’clock opposite the Mirabell Palace. Standowners are pleased to offer you a large number of high quality products such as vegetables, fruits, flowers, jams, juices and snacks. But you may also want to taste fresh products directly from our farmers in Wals. An overview of the providers can be found in the farmyard sales brochure of the municipality Wals-Siezenheim. You can also contact us directly – we will gladly inform you about the farmers near the Rupertigau.
In the footsteps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the Mozart Cycle Path leads to areas of Salzburg, Upper Austria and Bavaria. The entire circuit, which leads to 90 percent on cycle paths and low-traffic side roads, is 390 kilometers long; it takes at least 10 to 14 days to drive. Passageways also allow shorter round trips. Of course you can get on the bike path at all points and only follow individual ones, from a total of 21 stages, each with a maximum of 50 km. Rupertigau*** is located on the 21st stage, on the Mozart Cycle Path between Bad Reichenhall and Salzburg, with connection via the Tauern Cycle Path.
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