What a neat place to see. Had no idea Red Bull was based in Salzburg. Corporate HQ was stunning as well.
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Im not fond of machines, but I think it was nothing special. There were just one big exhibition space and some plane, helicopter and F1 cars. The best thing was the enviroinment and one transformers robot. It is a good idea if you're in the...More
Go here if you want to see a collection of RedBull automotives, planes, even the suite of Felix Baumgartner, who jumped from the stratosphere.
Freind recommended us this place because probably we will miss it. It is not in the center of the Old town. Try to find this place when in Salzburg. Amazing cafe bar.
Whether you are a Red Bull fan or not, Hangar 7 is worth a visit. It is free and easy to find. The collection of vintage and modern aircraft, along with the race cars and even a space capsule, are really fascinating. If you're in...More
My family did the salt mine tour in Berchtesgaden while road-tripping through Germany, and I had read that this was a great place to stop by while we were in the area. If you're driving yourself, be aware that the "freeways" in Austria are toll...More
it is a nice place to visit. You can see a lots of sports cars, airplanes, helicopters, sometimes images of famous photographs. you can drink your good Afro Coffe there, there are bars, you can sit outside or watch Sports and Talk in the Hangar...More
We were just passing by with motorbikes and stopped to have a look. The hangar is impressed, with all the bolids, cars, planes and choppers inside. We sat in the bar and looked a bit rednex like in our bike suits. All guest were nice...More
Amazing place. All king of Motorsport stuff if you are in to it. Planes, cars, formula, MotoGP bikes, oh yes and there was Baumgarten's space suit. Also there is Redbull shop so you can check out their souvenirs. This place also has a restaurant but...More
We had to drop off somebody at Salzburg Airport and opted to kill the time we had before that to visit Hangar-7, which we happened to come across on TV (sports program transmitted live from there). What a lovely little exhibit/event place, completely free of...More