Modern 4-star hotel in the centre of Salzburg
Short-break holidaymakers, exhibition visitors and corporate guests will find our hotel to be the ideal base for their stay in the city of Mozart and festivals.
From the hotel, you can conveniently reach the various sightseeing attractions of Salzburg. Whether you wish to visit the magnificent Old Town (a World Heritage site since 1997), the pedestrian precinct, the Mirabell Gardens or Mozart’s birthplace, everything can be explored within walking distance.
The RAMADA Hotel Salzburg City Centre s surrounded by typical local and international restaurants as well as bars and cafés. Thanks to the central location, Salzburg airport, the Red Bull Arena and the Salzburg Arena can also be reached within a few minutes. If you are planning to come to Salzburg by car, you are welcome to park in the underground car park right by the hotel.
Visit the city of Mozart’s birth from your base at the RAMADA Hotel Salzburg City Centre. UNESCO World Heritage and music await you.
Our RAMADA Hotel Salzburg City Centre is an ideal place to stay for business travellers, short-break holidaymakers or exhibition visitors. We are situated in an ideal location for the airport, which is approximately only six kilometres away. You can reach the exhibition grounds after two and a half kilometres. Just around the corner is the main railway station, which offers connections to major towns and cities in Austria and Germany.
Sightseeing and entertainment options accessible from the RAMADA Hotel Salzburg City Centre
You will find an excellent selection of restaurants and typical pubs within walking distance of our hotel. You can get to the Red Bull Arena and the Salzburg Arena in a journey time of approximately ten minutes. Sightseeing attractions such as the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its baroque architecture, the lively pedestrian precinct with numerous shops, the Mirabell Palace with its well-designed gardens and the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart can be reached by public transport and on foot. Alternatively, you might wish to visit Salzburg Zoo, which impresses visitors with its enormous variety of species. You can also look forward to a visit to the Haus der Natur natural history museum, which offers a total of 40 show tanks, 56 terrariums, a space hall with diorama and a science centre as well as an exhibition room with minerals, a colourful exhibition on bird life and a modern junior science lab.
Start your excursions from the RAMADA Hotel Salzburg City Centre
Experience the world-famous festivals with classical music by Franz Joseph Haydn, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and George Frideric Handel. With the Salzburg Card, you have free access to the city’s attractive museums, you can embark on an excursion by ship along the picturesque bank of the River Salzach and you can enjoy a free trip on the Untersberg mountain cable car. One of the most popular excursion destinations in Salzburg is the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park. This is where you will find Austria’s highest peak, the Grossglockner, at a height of 3798 m. The Celtic village at Dürrnberg near Hallein introduces you to a turbulent history. The reconstructed settlement once inhabited by Europe’s Iron Age people vividly illustrates the way the ancient Celts lived and worked. In addition to excavations and typical wooden houses, you can visit the brine room, which deals with the history of salt production.
Our tips for the surrounding area:
Haus der Natur natural history museum
The Haus der Natur, which is under a preservation order, is Salzburg’s interactive museum of natural history and technology. As well as the dinosaur hall and space hall, the Ice Age exhibition and the aquarium with 40 show tanks and regular feeding sessions are particularly impressive.
Built in 1606, the Mirabell Palace, in front of which are the magnificent Mirabell Gardens, is one of Salzburg’s most important sightseeing attractions. The baroque sculptures, the marble hall, which is used today for weddings and concerts, and the palace chapel are reminiscent of past glories.