In Salzburg there are medieval areas of the town, bright and colourful floral gardens, and modern architecture – all just a few minutes’ walk from each other. One of the great things about Salzburg is that many of the most fascinating and beautiful sights can be discovered on the way from A to B. Day 1: On the first day we recommend a walk up to Fortress Hohensalzburg, a tour of the stately apartments and the museum, a look around the cathedral and a visit to the Franciscan church, followed by a stroll around St. Peter’s district taking in the graveyard, monastery and catacombs in the Mönchsberg hillside. Day 2: On the second day we propose a walk to Mirabell Gardens to see the Pegasus fountain, rose hill and gnome garden; then a tour of Mozart’s home on Makartplatz square, a trip to Schloss Hellbrunn palace to witness the old 'Wasserspiele' trick water jets, or you can ride up the nearby Untersberg mountain for breath-taking sweeping vistas of the city and province of Salzburg. Options for a short trip to Salzburg: • Visit the popular 'Haus der Natur' museum • Visit the Museum of Modernity • Enjoy a boat trip down the Salzach • Take a tour of the festival halls • Visit the Panorama Museum Tip: Use the 48-hour Salzburg Card to enjoy a wide range of sights.