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Insider tips for Salzburg from Altstadthotel Wolf-Dietrich

Petra Aichberger

from Petra Aichberger

Altstadthotel Wolf-Dietrich

Boutiques and Italian specialties in Salzburg

From breakfast to shopping: my suggestions for the morning

In my view, a perfect day in Salzburg starts with a stay at Café Wernbacher. This café excels by its relaxed atmosphere, in the proper style of a typical coffee house. The staff has always a smile on their lips, and the breakfast options range from “Wernbacher breakfast” to Guglhupf and are actually all worth a try. Then I’d suggest a shopping tour through Linzergasse. My very special tip: Boutique Via Venti. There one enjoys an excellent professional advice, sometimes by the owner himself, and has the certainty of having acquired an individual item. Each piece is just available once in its size!

For a promenade, I recommend St. Sebastian Cemetery. This site is among my very favorite places for a rest in the midst of urban life. There are, among others, the tombs of Archbishop Wolf-Dietrich von Raitenau and Constanze Mozart, the famous composer’s wife.

Lunch at “Pasta e Vino”

For lunch, the “Pasta e Vino” at Wolf-Dietrich-Straße is a perfect place to be. The natives gather here for lunch: the restaurant offers both the best home-made pasta in the city and excellent Italian wines. The typical Italian extended family takes care of their guests who quickly become habitués after a first try. My tip: being hungry is compulsory since one shouldn’t miss antipasti and desserts at “Pasta e Vino”…

Shopping with a coffee break: my program for the afternoon

Salzburg offers many great shops and boutiques satisfying even outrageous requirements. My very personal shopping suggestion: the Living Store at Kaigasse, on the other side of Salzach River. If you’re looking for a nice wall decoration or a beautiful frame, also together with a suitable poster, will definitely strike it rich. The shop offers a particularly broad selection of great accessories and deco items. Beyond wall decoration, there are also a lot of very rare accessories: printed door mats and inventive items for the kitchen are ideal souvenirs.

For your afternoon coffee, I recommend you “Café 220 Grad”. The best thing: If you’re fond of their first-class coffee specialties, you can take away the respective coffee beans! My special tip is “Selection 4”, which is ideal for Espresso or Cappuccino.

Dinner at the gates of the city

“Daxlueg” is not far outside the city, offers a great view in fair weather, and spoils its guests with traditional Austrian cuisine. You should select your table in one of the first rows of the garden – the more at the front, the better the view!

Atmospheric epilogue: my tip for the evening

Back in the city, you should make a little postprandial walk along Linzergasse, passing by the “Di Renzi”. Here you can make a break and have a cozy nightcap, i.e. one or two glasses of wine.


Location list

Café Wernbacher

Franz-Josef-Straße 5 5020 Salzburg, Österreich

www.cafewernbacher.blogspot.co.at/ +43 662 881099

Backi

Franz-Josef-Straße 16B 5020 Salzburg, Österreich

www.pescheria-backi.com/ +43 662 879778

Café 220 Grad

Chiemseegasse 5 5020 Salzburg, Österreich

www.220grad.com/ +43 662 827881

Restaurant Wasserfall

Linzer G. 10 5020 Salzburg, Österreich

www.restaurant-wasserfall.at/ +43 662 873331

Glüxfall

Franz-Josef-Kai 11 5020 Salzburg, Österreich

www.gluexfall.at/ +43 662 265017

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