Discover our local Gay Salzburg Guide and insiders’ recommendations, for best gay bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, monuments, shopping …
Salzburg, Mozart’s birthplace, is considered as the European capital of classical music.
It is as well one of the most romantic cities of the continent.
The City is famous for its music festival, one of the most prestigious in the world. It attracts thousands of tourists every year, including a significant proportion of gay music lovers.
A concert at the International Mozarteum Foundation is an unforgettable and essential experience to enjoy the city thoroughly.
For those who kept their child’s soul, the Puppet Theatre show is essential.
Here you can attend a performance of the Magic Flute in a magnificent Baroque hall.
You will be amazed by the quality of the show and the special effects, which will awake the Queen of the Night inside of you.
Salzburg is also called the city of a hundred churches. The old town was listed UNESCO’s World Heritage in 1997, for the charm of its narrow streets.
Among the must-see attractions is the superb Mirabell Palace, with its bustle of baroque statues, and Linzergasse, the city’s main shopping street.
The cathedral, the Palace of the residence and the Benedictine abbey of Saint Peter are other places you could visit.
For a panoramic view of the old town and the surrounding mountains, take the funicular to visit the beautiful Hohensalzburg Castle. This incredibly well preserved medieval fortress is one of the most beautiful in Europe and one of the city’s symbols.
For modern life, do not miss Hangar 7 at the airport. It is here that the creator of Red Bull, the one you drink with Vodka on clubs, displayed his collection of planes, motorcycles, and cars, designed to evacuate his adrenaline rush.
Gay life in Salzburg.
For sure, Salzburg is not Mykonos, and not only because of the type of music type.
However, you can have a great gay time in Salzburg, in the few but great venues that the city has to offer.