A three-day stay in Salzburg will allow you to feel the rhythm of the city. Day 1: Start the first day of your trip by walking up to Hohensalzburg Fortress or visiting Mozart's Birthplace in the Getreidegasse followed by a stroll through St. Peter's district with its Cemetery, Church, Monastery and the Catacombs hewn out of the Mönchsberg. The Salzburg Museum also offers interesting insight into the city's history, offering changing exhibitions. Day 2: In the morning you might want to visit the Mirabell Gardens with its Pegasus Fountain, Rose and Dwarves Garden and take a tour of the Mozart Residence on Makart Square. In the afternoon you can ride the cable car up on the Untersberg to get a panoramic view of the city of Salzburg or visit Hellbrunn Palace with its Trick Fountains and Salzburg Zoo. Day 3: Salzburg offers a wide range of interesting museums which should not only be an option in case of inclement weather but are always worth visiting, e.g. the Museum of Modern Art on the Mönchsberg or the Domquartier. Tip: Use the 72-hour Salzburg Card to enjoy a wide range of sights.