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1,652 unique holiday lettings from 40 different holiday letting websites, including Booking.com and ZenHotels.com, are listed in Salzburg. HomeToGo allows you to easily search and compare the offers of each rental from various holiday letting websites to discover the best deal and save up to 51%.
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Price and Availability Index Salzburg
Holiday Letting Price Information in Salzburg
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Salzburg. Salzburg is more expensive in December (22/12 - 29/12), where prices are on average £158 a night. Prices decrease in January to an average of £115 per night (19/01 - 26/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Salzburg
Check how busy Salzburg is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate is in September (29/09 - 06/10). Only 52 of the rentals are still available. The week with the highest percentage of available lettings is in November (10/11 - 17/11).
The weather in Salzburg
Check out the climate diagram for Salzburg. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than -3° in Salzburg in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Holiday lettings in Salzburg: A symphony for the soul
Whether a house in the hills or a city apartment, your Salzburg accommodation is the perfect gateway to experiencing Austria's fourth-largest city. A great starting point for your Salzburg adventure is a walk or funicular ride up to its major landmark, the Hohensalzburg Castle, Central Europe's largest preserved fortification. You'll be entranced by the breathtaking panoramic views of surrounding mountains and the city below.
Mouth-watering Austrian delicacies
Austrian cuisine is especially appealing due to its delicious fusion of recipes of Hungarian, Czech and native origin, courtesy of the Austro-Hungarian heritage. Whether you prefer "Wiener Schnitzel" or goulash soup, you'll find the array of tastes delectable. Do indulge in two of Salzburg's own heavenly specialities: "Salzburger Nockerl" (a souffle-style dessert) and "Mozarttaler" (chocolate-covered marzipan).
Magnificent museums, Baroque wonders
Salzburg is a walkable town that will greet you with amazing Baroque architecture at every turn. Nonetheless, you may want to pick up a Salzburg Card (available online or all around town) for its benefit of free local transport and admission to most major attractions.
While strolling the old town, be sure to take a guided tour of Mozart's birthplace. Just across the Salzach River which meanders through the city, pop in to the Mozart Residence, a fabulous museum where you can also see the composer's fortepiano.
Nearby, the Salzburg Cathedral's early Baroque architecture is a marvel certain to inspire you. St. Peter's Monastery is a gorgeous example of diverse architectural styles from different epochs, and its renowned cemetery and catacombs will enchant any "Sound of Music" aficionado.
Salzburg Festival: Annual summer extravaganza
For five weeks every summer, Salzburg outdoes itself with a world-class cultural festival, spread among magnificent venues around town. The Salzburg Festival is a veritable feast of concerts, dramas and operas, attracting culture enthusiasts from around the globe, and may just have you returning to this incredible destination again and again, too.
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