25 Magical Photos to Make You Fall in Love With Salzburg

Salzburg is easily one of the most magical cities in Europe. If you’re a music lover, you probably know it as Mozart’s birthplace, and if you’re a movie lover, you know it as the filming location of the much-beloved Sound of Music.

There is, of course, much more to this European gem. I had my contributor, Nicole, meet up with the lovely Sabine from Salzburg’s tourism office to learn more about the city during her brief stay. Nicole made it her mission to show off more than Sound of Music or Mozart locations. Whether it’s the winding, narrow pathways of Old Town, its world-renowned Baroque architecture, or the snow covered Untersberg, I’m convinced you’re about to fall in love with these magical photos of Salzburg.

25 Magical Photos to Make You Fall in Love With Salzburg

Altstadt (Old Town) and the Hohensalzburg Fortress

Overlooking Alstadt from Hohensalzburg Fortress– might just be the best place for a city view!

Wolfgang Mozart’s Geburtshaus (Birthplace)

Narrow streets of Altstadt with Hohensalzburg fortress in the background

Vendor outside Kollegienkirche (Collegiate Church) and behind Mozart’s Geburtshaus

The front of Furst where you can find Mozartkugel, a praline unique to Salzburg. 

Love locks on Makarsteg Bridge

Stephan Balkenhol’s “Sphaera”

Inside the Salzburg Cathedral

Entrance to Salzburg Cathedral

Salzach River at night

Altstadt at night

Entrance to Schloss Mirabel (Mirabell Palace)

Petersfriedhof (St. Peter’s Cemetery)

Inside Hohensalzburg Fortress

Tower scope in Hohensalzburg Fortress overlooking Old Town

Snowboarders and skiers headed up to Untersberg

View of from the cable car

Nicole at the top of Untersberg

Dreamy, right? I was enchanted the minute Nicole sent these photos over to me, and the thought of being anywhere cold usually fills me with dread! You can check out more of her photos on her Instagram, @wandrfox_.

What to Wear During Winter in Salzburg

Special thanks to Tourismus Salzburg for collaborating with us and Sabine for being a lovely guide!

Have you traveled to Salzburg? What was your favorite part?

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6 Comments

  1. February 13, 2017 / 5:26 am

    These photos are stunning! Salzburg has never been on my radar at all but now I’m thinking I should definitely go for a weekend someday. It looks so charming, especially with a bit of snow!
    Anne-Sophie x

  2. February 13, 2017 / 12:15 am

    Salzburg looks stunning. It’s a place that I’ve never really thought about visit before to be honest. I love (and really miss) the quaintness of little streets and alleyways in Europe. I’m definitely going to add Salzburg to my list of places to see :)

  3. February 12, 2017 / 9:24 pm

    These photos are gorgeous! The first is absolutely dreamy. Adding Salzberg to my list…Is a guide coming soon?!

    Best,
    Sarah

  4. February 10, 2017 / 8:42 pm

    So there are certain places that I feel just look better in the wintertime, and I think Salzburg is certainly one of them. I can’t imagine seeing all of this in person; it is dreamy and fairytale-esque. I hope to see this with my own eyes someday!

  5. February 9, 2017 / 11:41 am

    Just when I thought I wanted a tropical getaway! Now I want a beautiful winter getaway in Salzburg! These photos are gorgeous, I especially love the shots of the streets with the beautiful buildings like the pink Furst building! They kind of remind me of something out of a Wes Anderson movie! I think I would prefer to visit this time of year too!

  6. February 8, 2017 / 9:09 pm

    You’re right!! These photos definitely made me fall in love with Salzburg! I hope I can visit soon, it’s such a beautiful place.

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