Flights to Salzburg
Lovers of all music, whether that be classical or musical, should get flights to Salzburg as soon as possible. The birthplace of Mozart and the backdrop for The Sound of Music, Salzburg has retained its tranquil air and does not look that much different from when Wolfgang Amadeus lived there from 1756.
For travellers on flights to Salzburg that is a real bonus in this fast-forward world. The many flights to Salzburg will reveal a compact city networked with cobbled streets, beautiful Baroque buildings (more in number than some countries have in total), and the odd film location tour.
More about the sorts of flights Salzburg has
There are flights to Salzburg from all over Europe and during the summer, some flights Salzburg bound go on to Mediterranean resorts. But it is CheapTickets.ch you want to use for any of the flights to Salzburg. That is because CheapTickets.ch can search very cheap deals for you online for flights to Salzburg at any time of day or night.
All international flights to Salzburg land at Salzburg airport which is only three miles from the city centre. If you have time at the airport on your homeward flights Salzburg can offer an interesting sight – Hangar-7. Inside is a jumbo jet, a bomber, many Formula One racing cars, plus other historic aircraft.
Sights of Salzburg
There are quite a few museums dedicated to the city’s most famous son, including the Mozart Sound & Film Museum, and the houses where he was born and lived. However there is more to Salzburg than Mozart. Festung Hohensalzburg, a castle fortress, was home to the rulers of the city from 798 AD. It takes about 15 minutes to reach the fortress at the top of a hill but can be done by taking the funicular.
The palace of Schloss Mirabell has beautifully laid out gardens, inundated with tulips and crocuses in the spring. The gardens appeared in The Sound of Music and consequently attract many visitors, including brides and grooms.
The Old Town is pedestrianised and quite small, making it easy to see the sights on foot. It is also a World Heritage Site, with an impressive cathedral, Roman ruins, and abbey catacombs to visit.