Salzburg (German: Salzburg or Salzburgerland) is one of the smaller states of Austria. It has an area of about 7,100 km² and there are 500,000 people. Most of the area is covered by the Alps and only the northern part is flat. There you can find the largest city and capital of the state, Salzburg. The most important forms of income are tourism and agriculture. The arts are an important part of the Salzburger tradition: home to Mozart, the annual Salzburg Festival, and the mystery play Jedermann (Everyman). Salzburg state also shares much of its rural regional culture with neighboring Bavaria and Tyrol. This makes it a wonderful place to experience both the high culture of the Mozart era and the true alpine Austrian culture at its purest.
- 1 Salzburg — capital of the state of Salzburg and largest city in the area
- 2 Bad Gastein
- 3 Bischofshofen
- 4 Flachau
- 5 Hallein
- 6 Hüttschlag
- 7 Großarltal
- 8 Kaprun
- 9 Krimml
- 10 St. Johann im Pongau
- 11 Oberndorf bei Salzburg — famous for being the place the "Silent Night, Holy Night" carol was first performed
- 12 Tamsweg
- 13 Wagrain
- 14 Zell am See
- 15 Radstadt and a mountain nearby named 1 Roßbrand where you can enjoy the view of the Dachstein.
Salzburg Mozart Airport, Munich Airport
Salzburg is serviced by the OEBB or Austrian Federal Rail Service
- 1 Krimmler Wasserfälle. Europe`s tallest waterfalls
- 2 Hohenwerfen Castle (Village of Werfen - about 40 km (25 mi) south of Salzburg). The castle was built in the 11th century by the bishops of Salzburg. Besides the castle and its dungeons, the big attraction is probably the falconry museum with its air shows. There is also a sizable collection of weapons on display.
- Rossbrand - the inscription on the summit cross reads "My God, this land is beautiful!" - this refers to the view that Rossbrand has to offer from the height of 1,768 m. Here one can enjoy the view of the Dachstein and the Hochkönig. It's only 2.5 hour hike from Radstadt, or alternatively one can take the bus that runs three times a day from Radstadt Postamt during the summer.
- 3 Ice Caves (Eisriesenwelt). April to October, 9:30 - 15:45. Frost caves, reachable by a cable car, and can be explored on foot following a signposted route through this fascinating underground ice world. Closed during winter months, opening hours depending on weather conditions. Warm clothes are a must!
Take the Cable car (or walk up!) up to the Festung Salzburg (Salzburg Castle) for a guided tour of the castle offering outstanding 360 degree views of the surrounding countryside as far the over the German border.
Numerous Sound of Music tours  are also available as are a variety of coach group tours of various regional sights.
The region is famous for its Alpine Lakes, so do be sure to check them out including the Mondsee near Salzburg City made famous by the "Sound of Music".
1 Schafbergbahn (Schafberg Railway), Sankt Wolfgang im Salzkammergut, Upper Austria. Ride a metre-gauge, steam-operated cog railway that began service in 1893.
- 2 Kitzsteinhorn. One of the tallest accessible mountains in Salzburg with winter sports amenities.
Probably the best address to eat original Austrian food at an adequate price is the restaurant "Goldener Stern" in the Getreidegasse, the former home of W. A. Mozart. It´s the only restaurant which is easy to find and where nobody will try to make you waste your money for junk food. The waiters and waitresses are nice and friendly. Here you can enjoy "Salzburger Nockerln" as well as "Topfenstrudel". If you like to eat for dinner or lunch you won´t be disappointed as well. The atmosphere of the restaurant is beautiful. In the middle of it´s garden full of trees and flowers there´s an old Austrian stagecoach where children can play.