Nice place to visit using your salzburg card. A combination of cathedral museum and residence. Nice surprise was access to a section of the second level of the cathedral.
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Make sure you get audio guide as it makes the visit more complete. There are also chairs where you can rest while you visit each room
What a place to spend a lovely day of your vacation in Salzburg ! Everything is exquisite, enchanting and it brings you back to a romantic era. And everything is so clean and well kept. Don't hesitate ... go and enjoy the balcony view !
Although quite small compared to other famous museums or galleries, the collection of paintings and art is superlative, and very well curated. Be prepared to discover some masterpieces by Rembrandt and others of the post renaissance age, as well as a giant cross dating back...More
Very interesting walking through all the room and seeing the objects and paintings that people had when they actually lived there.
Walk with a pride just like prince that is what i feel in the residenzgalerie salzburg. Back in the year where every people talk with a manner. I wish i can back here someday.
We went in to the Domquatier via the cathedral using our Salzberg card ( which is great and well worth the price) but it was later on in the afternoon so we didn't have time to see everything. Having used our cards once we then...More
A remarkable site with so many beautiful antiquities. Take the self guided audio tour through each room and into the Dom church and museum. A must for Salzburg
Instead of doing a tour of the Residenzgalerie by itself, do a full tour of the Domquartier which includes this attraction as well. The rooms and paintings are extremely awesome and the audio tour is very well made. It will take a long time though,...More
Do not confuse this with just the church. Be certain to do the full Dom Quarter tour. We love visiting castles and royal residences. This was the highlight of our tour of Salzburg. It took far longer than we expected and that was a good...More