My winter walk of Salzburg with a photo camera
We all love to travel and want to see as many countries and cities as possible, so we usually try not to go to the same place twice. But it also happens that one falls in love with a particular place and is ready to visit it as often as possible. Salzburg is one of those cities that it is impossible not to fall in love with. Salzburg is Austria's fourth most populous city, with a population of about 155,000 and an area of 65 km2.
Salzburg is not a competitor to the capitals and large cities in terms of the number of museums, exhibitions, and art galleries. But unfortunately, it happened that due to wars and crises at different times, almost everything of value was taken out of there, including unique objects of art, priceless church utensils, and ancient manuscripts. But what one couldn't have put into the pocket were perfectly preserved historical buildings from different epochs.
So who are the regulars of Salzburg who come here not for the first time? First, these are guests of music festivals and participants of international exhibitions, congresses, and seminars.
Near Salzburg intersect the essential branches of highways. In the north direction from Salzburg are Munich (130km) - Innsbruck (190km) - Switzerland (300km); in the east: Vienna (300km) - Czech Republic (200km) - Slovakia (350km) - Hungary (400km), to south Italy (300km) - Slovenia (270km) - Croatia (350km). Passing through Salzburg, it's a sin not to stop by this beautiful town for at least a couple of hours to walk around the old town and drink a cup of coffee with an apple strudel.
If you are not coming to Salzburg for the first time, I will be happy to offer an exciting program with visits to places you have not yet been to. I will tell you about Salzburg and its sights during the tour, not forgetting about interesting photography angles.
I can also offer you high-quality photography so that you are in the frame in addition to natural and architectural beauty.
These photos were taken in January 2021 during a walk on Mönchsberg mountain in the center of Salzburg.
Classic view of Salzburg from the embankment of the Salzach river. With one of the best views of the old town, this point is included in the program of a photo tour of Salzburg.
Getreidegasse street with medieval burgher houses and wrought iron signs.
View of Salzburg from the Hohensalzburg fortress. There are so many exciting things to tell here.