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The various museums included in this tour cover a lot of history of Salzburg and our very interesting but to me the highlight was to be able to walk in the balcony/pipe organ area and look down into the cathedral. I was lucky because the...More
Included in Salzburg card offer, interesting, gives access to prince bishops residence and rooms. Also access to the gallery and cathedral organs area. During rainy day it's great way to spend few hours.
Let's start with the obvious: The 5 different museums included in the Domquartier ticket make it a very good deal! The audio guide allowed us to go at our own pace to learn a bit about history of Salzburg. We are not well versed in...More
We toured the Residenz and Domquartier while there was a rain storm. We were so glad we did. At the time we went there was hardly anyone there. So beautiful and interesting and well worth the time taken to tour the buidlings.
a really big Dom in the center of the Salzburg,entrance is free of charge.The Dom inside is very good looking with beautifull decoration on the windows and a lot of toursists visiting the church every day.
I selfishly tell you of the terrace above the corridor linking the Cathedral with the Archbishop’s residence because I design terraces. But this is a terrace by design: commanding views, providing soulful peace and human perspective all in the midfle of Salzburg’s ebb and flow.
We bought the Salzburg Card and didn't really have much interest to visit this place but boy were we proven wrong when we decided to spend our extra few hours here. Firstly, the staff were helpful and explained how to use the audio guide and...More
It's a brilliant portrait of the fusion of secular and religious power vested in the Prince Archbishops for many centuries.
Comprising five great museums, it shows the splendour of the Residenz and the great art within. Breathtaking was the Dom and particularly the vistas from...More