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The fourth-largest city in Austria, Salzburg is home to almost 150,000 people. Famed for its incredible baroque architecture, it gained its UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1997 and its name literally means ‘salt fortress’.
If you’re arriving at Salzburg International Airport, the second largest airport in Austria, no doubt you’ll want a quick and easy way to get into the city, and that’s where RentABus Salzburg can help.
We offer fast and efficient airport transfers and shuttle buses in Salzburg to get you from A to B in the quickest possible time. Whether you’re arriving at Salzburg Airport and want to travel into the city, or you’re looking for minibus hire to get you to the ski resorts, get in touch with us now.
Most of the visitors who stay in one of the 140 or so Salzburg hotels come to walk in the footsteps of the world famous composer, Mozart, and visit his birthplace and residence. Visitors will also enjoy a visit to the atmospheric Alstadt, one of the best-preserved city centres north of the Alps with its abundance of baroque architecture. Surrounded by steep hills, it hasn’t changed much since Mozart walked its winding streets over 250 years ago.
Salzburg is also the place where the famous film ‘The Sound of Music’ was based and so the Von Trapps are very much present amongst the graceful domes and spires which vie for attention with the mountains and the formidable cliff top fortress, Festung Hohensalzburg that’s peered down over the city for the last 900 years.
Get there either by foot or in the glass Festungsbahn funicular, and don’t forget to check out the gruesome torture devices on display inside.
Take some time to visit Schloss Mirabell, the splendid palace built by Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich in 1606. Not only is it free to visit, but the Marble Hall hosts chamber concerts during the evenings, plus the gardens were featured in the Sound of Music.
Other places of interest include the Salzburg Museum, which is housed in the baroque Neue Residenz palace, with a myriad of displays from Roman excavations to Salzburg’s famous 35-bell glockenspiel. The Dom Quartier, which opened in 2014 to showcase the wonderful baroque monuments and museums in the historic centre of Salzburg, is also worth a visit.
Here you’ll find the glorious state rooms of the Residenz, home to the prince-archbishops until the 19th century, the Dom with its bulbous copper dome and twin spires, the Dom Museum and Erzabtei St. Peter, which was founded by a Frankish missionary named Rupert in the year 700.
Home to three universities, it’s safe to say that Salzburg has its fair share of students. And, as we all know, when students take a break from studying they love to party.
At RentABus Salzburg we offer some of the most affordable minibus hire in Salzburg, which is ideal for groups of students, or indeed anyone, who wants to get out of the city and enjoy some of the scenic Alpine surroundings. It’s also a convenient option for visitors who just need safe and reliable transport to get them home after a night out.
And if you want to visit the peak of Untersberg for unrivalled views over the city, contact RentABus.com for reliable coach hire in Salzburg that will get you to the cable car valley station in style.
With our modern fleet of comfortable coaches, minibuses and limousines, we make getting around Salzburg and the surrounding areas easier than ever.
Contact us now to find out more about our minibus and coach rentals in Salzburg.