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.
Salzburg just as a raincloud passed through.
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!
Blossoms across the river.
Artwork in a pedestrian underpass in Salzburg.
Plaque commemorating the birthplace of Mozart.
Looking the opposite direction, away from the old city.
More of these locks. They seem to be a trend on bridges all over Europe.
Self portrait, with my travel buddy Chris in the background.