Salzburg's Altstadt (old town), on the south bank of the river, is a Baroque fiesta of churches, plazas, courtyards and fountains, oozing the waves of charm that you would expect from this Mozart Mecca. Museums, houses, squares, chocolate bars and liqueurs are all part of one giant homage to Wolfgang.
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Festival Wing, Includes EXCLUSIVE Complimentary Arrival Transfers for Two, Reduced rate, FREE Wi-Fi
This hotel is surrounded by a unique beauty, and is centrally located in the city center of Salzburg, also known as the "City of Mozart".
Since the 1950s, Salzburg has become a tourist Mecca, thanks mostly to the fact that it was the birthplace, in 1756, of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Although the city didn't pay too much heed to him back then, his image is now used to sell everything from cookies to snowdomes.
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