Mozart, Maria and Mountains; An Insiders' Guide to Salzburg (Insiders' Guides Book 5) by Yvonne Salisbury
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Salzburg is a compact city, despite being the fourth largest city in Austria. Situated at the edge of the Alps, just over the border from Bavaria, less than 2 hours drive from Munich and 150 miles from the Austrian capital of Vienna. Most of Salzburg’s main attractions are conveniently located near the old town. It is the old town that has the most charm with narrow streets that lead to cobbled squares. With castles, churches, markets and a variety of shops there is plenty to see and do in Salzburg. It is a beautiful city, famous for Mozart and The Sound of Music and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Since much of the old town is a pedestrian zone and relatively small, it is ideal for walking and window shopping – it only takes about 20 minutes to walk from Nonntal (the southern end) to Mülln (the northern end). You’re not here for a long time, just a good time and Insiders’ Guides show you how. All of the detailed information you need is here about restaurants, sports, sightseeing and the history of the area. This is a must have volume for anyone really wanting to make the most of their Alpine holiday. All information has been gathered personally, not found on Wikipedia and such like, that's what makes our Insiders’ Guides unique. Written by Bavaria and Salzburg expert Yvonne Salisbury, it provides reviews, photographs, and advice for all the family, plus tips on what to see and do in Salzburg and it’s surroundings. Revised and updated April 2014 with more restaurants and suggestions for days out in the Salzburg area.
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