Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Alps, which dominate the landscape to the south of the city, Salzburg is a favourite destination for many visitors to Austria. The city has wonderful Baroque architecture and is famous both as the birthplace of Mozart and as the setting of The Sound of Music. In summer, there’s the city’s annual summer music festival or in winter, visitors use Salzburg as a gateway to the region’s winter sports. The city’s rail connections provide regular and fast trains to Austrian and European cities.
One of the most famous hotels in Salzburg, the historic Hotel Sacher occupies a grand building on the banks of the river in the heart of the city. All bedrooms and suites are individually furnished, with state-of-the-art facilities. There are two restaurants to choose from as well as the Café Sacher, where you can enjoy a slice of the original Sachertorte.
Radisson Blu Altstadt
The Radisson Blu Altstadt occupies a historic building dating back to 1377 in the heart of Salzburg’s Old Town. All bedrooms and suites are individually decorated with amenities that you would expect from a 5 star hotel. The hotel also boasts a restaurant overlooking the river and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access in all areas.
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