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Establishment
“The famous castle in the middle of the city - I recommend you walk up or take the Bahn and do the audio tour. You will get great views from the top.”
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유적지
“muss man sehen, sehr touristisch. Beachte die schönen alten handgemachten Schilder über den Geschäften. Pedestrian area. A must! Have a look at the old handmade plates over the shops.”
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Establishment
“interesting mix of motorsport / museum / drink&food / design and a lot more :) must see if you are in Salzburg, ”
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Science Museum
“Great place to visit on rainy days. Lots of exciting exhibits and shows for old and young. There's a nice coffee shop there as well.”
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“Hellbrunn Palace (German: Schloss Hellbrunn) is an early Baroque villa of palatial size, near Morzg, a southern district of the city of Salzburg, Austria. It was built in 1613–19 by Markus Sittikus von Hohenems, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, and named for the "clear spring" that supplied it. Hellbrunn was only meant for use as a day residence in summer, as the Archbishop usually returned to Salzburg in the evening; therefore, there is no bedroom in Hellbrunn.”
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“It's just this awesome medieval place to be ;) . The view is magnificent! Recommended: You can go up with a funicular from the city center and after visiting take a 'hike' over the Mönchberg to Modern Arts museum (which also has a lift) or even further north towards home..”
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Outlet Mall
“This is a designer outlet mall beside Salzburg airport, brands include Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren and Paul Smith. http://www.mcarthurglen.com/en/outlets/austria/mcarthurglen-salzburg/”
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유적지
“Mozart's Birthplace One of the most visited museums in Austria: Mozart’s Birthplace is in the heart of the Old City and a highlight of any holiday in Salzburg, not just for music lovers. Famous residents of the "Hagenauer House": The Mozarts One certain house in the Getreidegasse always draws particular attention: No. 9, the house in which Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born. Salzburg’s most famous son came into this world on 27 January 1756. His family actually lived here for 26 years, from 1747 on, occupying an apartment on the third floor. With parents Leopold and Anna Maria as well as sister “Nannerl”, Mozart spend his childhood and much of his youth there. In 1773, the family moved to the”
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Palace
“Mirabell Palace was built in 1606 by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich for his beloved Salome Alt. Today, it serves as the backdrop for the most romantic weddings you could possibly imagine.”
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의류 판매점
“EUROPARK Salzburg delivers an unparalleled experience and a variety of shops. This mall on the edge of the city of Salzburg is considered to be the most beautiful in Europe. It has received awards as the world's best mall in the categories architectural design and sustainable development. • Easily accessible by bus number 1.”
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“Traditional Austrian beer garden - culture. Great atmosphere and is certainly one of the fixtures in Salzburg. There are beer in beer steins and there are small stalls, where you can buy local snacks. Special flair and after the beer you have only 5 minutes walk to the Wohunung.”
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Natural Feature
“Opposite the apartment there is a staircase to Stadtberg, the "Kapuzinerberg". From there is a cozy hiking trail in the Linzergasse. Up there you have a fabulous view of the city of Salzburg.”
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미술관
“The Museum der Moderne is located on the Mönchsberg, high above the rooftops of Salzburg’s Old City. On a total of four levels, international art treasures from the 20th and 21st centuries are presented in a stylish setting.”
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카페
“Here you get the most delicious breakfast! Small or big size, they have everything:-) ”
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오스트리아 레스토랑
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“Modern brewery with traditional Austrian food and beer. They have a very nice garden in the summer time.”
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Zoo
“Rare animals at the Alpine Zoo A mighty brown bear roams around its enclosure. A few paces away, otters swim and splash nimbly through the water and a bearded vulture looks down at visitors from high up in a tree. Food? No, don’t worry. It’s well fed and has found a safe haven in the Alpine Zoo. For the animals of the Alps are no less endangered than species from the savanna, jungle and desert. The Alpine Zoo does a great deal for the conservation of biodiversity, providing a home for animals native to the mountains, such as birds of prey, chamois and marmots. Visitors can observe these animals up close – a highlight for the entire family and also well worth a visit for adults! Wolves, eagles & wildcats When the church bells ring in Innsbruck, the wolves at the Alpine Zoo howl along in unison. The graceful lynx remain calm in comparison but become louder to mark their territory during the mating season in February. Their neighbour, the golden eagle, shows no interest at all. Did you know that this species was nearly wiped out in the 19th century? A fate it shares with other animals at the zoo, such as brown bears, wolves and bearded vultures. Some species have now recovered thanks to breeding programmes and reintroduction into the wild, which has included animals from the Alpine Zoo. Baby animals at the Alpine Zoo Different animals from the Alpine Zoo have offspring every year. The first beaver babies to be born for many years, for example, were welcomed in summer 2015. Fluffy, bristly and well worth seeing. Most of the animals are born between April and June so summer is the best time to visit if you want to watch them jumping around and discovering the world. However, the Alpine Zoo is open year round – some of the animals, such as reptiles, amphibians and marmots, sleep though the winter but most are wide awake and just as interesting during the colder months. Getting to the zoo The Alpine Zoo is nestled up against the Nordkette mountain range and interspersed with looping pathways that link the enclosures. The paths are mostly paved and suitable for strollers but some are steep and, therefore, only accessible on foot. You can get to the open-air zoo on the Hungerburgbahn funicular, by car or on the “W” bus. It’s also possible to walk from Innsbruck to the Alpine Zoo in approx. half an hour. We recommend taking public transport as there are only limited parking spaces available and these are subject to charges. The bus and the Hungerburgbahn funicular are both stress-free ways to access this great destination for the whole family. Contact & information Alpenzoo Innsbruck Weiherburggasse 37a 6020 Innsbruck +43 512 / 29 23 23 office@alpenzoo.at www.alpenzoo.at”
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