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Salzburg is well connected by Salzburg and Munich Airport offering daily international flights. Additionally, Salzburg offers a superb public transportation.
Greatest concentration of gourmet Restaurants in Europe:
The concentration of toque-awarded restaurants in SalzburgerLand – that is to say, the restaurants, inns and master chefs crowned annually with “toques” from Guide Gault Millau – is quite beyond compare. Also, Salzburg is Austria’s beer capital and has the oldest coffeehouse of Austria located in the city of Salzburg. Last but not least one of Austria’s most famous Sweets has been invented in Salzburg – the Mozartkugel, a chocolate named after the great son of Salzburg.
The Flying Fox XXL – In a breakneck speed of up to 130 km/h the wind flies around your ears, while 140 meters below the forest rushes past you. 1,600 meters full of action through the mountains on the fastest and longest steel zip line in the world. You can also experience dinner in a baroque palace, medieval dinners at the knights table, a wild rafting trip or a GPS scavenger hunt through Salzburg’s historic past.
The Fortress Hohensalzburg –a Medieval castle complex has 900 exciting years of history to tell. Europe’s most beautiful panoramic road called Grossglockner High Alpine Road and the perfect combination of nature and technology at an altitude of 2,000m are Europe’s highest waterfalls with an Aquaszenarium in the waterfall centre. A true party location since 1615 is Hellbrunn Palace which has stood, noble and imposing, at the gateway to Salzburg and it still amazes both locals and visitors. And for any day, one of the worlds largest Ice Caves, the Giant Ice Caves in Werfen, are a great Destination.