Europe Trip 2015 – Day 21 – Salzburg, Austria

April 18, 2015

Salzburg, Austria is roughly two hours by regional rail from Munich, Germany. The Bayern Ticket (Bavaria Ticket) is cheap, roughly €38 if you can get a group of four people together, and gives you unlimited journeys on regional transport for the day. We decided to head over to Salzburg for a few hours at the end of the day, and check out the city that’s famously the birthplace of Mozart.

DSC01195

Salzburg just as a raincloud passed through.

DSC01210

Hohensalzburg Castle, a fortress perched up on the hill overlooking the old city. It closed just as we were arriving, but if I ever return, I’d definitely want to give it a look!

DSC01291

Blossoms across the river.

DSC02690

Artwork in a pedestrian underpass in Salzburg.

DSC02697

Plaque commemorating the birthplace of Mozart.

IMG_20150418_214628

DSC02709

DSC02737

DSC02742

DSC02783

Looking the opposite direction, away from the old city.

DSC02793

DSC02800

DSC01298

Looking back towards the old town and castle from further down the river.
DSC02822

DSC02849

DSC02855

More of these locks. They seem to be a trend on bridges all over Europe.

DSC02877

Self portrait, with my travel buddy Chris in the background.

DSC02887

IMG_20150418_213827

IMG_20150418_213908

DSC02954

DSC02955

IMG_20150418_214742

© 2015-2024 Traveler with a Camera | Creative Technologics LLC