Popular Lettings in Salzburg
Highlights in Salzburg
- Important cultural centre
- World Heritage
- Mozart's hometown
- Incredible natural sites
- Smiles and Tears
Most popular in Salzburg
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Salzburg
Are you looking for cheap rentals in the centre of Salzburg for a weekend or multi-day getaway? Find on Holidu the best offers of holiday rentals between individuals in just a few seconds. All you have to do is set your dates, set your maximum budget and choose the features you want your accommodation to have. The most common accommodations in the city are rentals for 2 and 4 people, making them an ideal choice for couples and families with one or two children. Many of them with terrace or garden, where you can enjoy the good weather in the months of July and August. And if you come in winter, you can enjoy a very cosy atmosphere inside thanks to its wooden cladding and modern heating systems. In addition, you should know that most of the rentals in Salzburg are concentrated in the centre, very close to Mozart's birthplace and Nonnberg Abbey. Do you need parking for your car? Don't worry about it. There are many tourist rentals in Salzburg with private garage.Spacious villas on the outskirts
Do you prefer the tranquillity of a residential neighbourhood on the outskirts but without renouncing the proximity to the historic centre? In the vicinity of Salzburg you will find numerous chalets with ample space for families and groups of friends. All of them with garden or terrace, where you can relax reading a good book while your children have a great time playing on the lawn. But you can also organise fun barbecues with the peace of mind of not disturbing anyone. Beautiful constructions of traditional architecture that will make you feel like a real villager. Surrounded by beautiful mountains dominated by green meadows that will make you completely forget about stress and daily worries. Don't wait any longer to book your villa in Salzburg!Why book a letting in Salzburg?
Known as the "World Stage", Salzburg is an authentic baroque jewel declared a World Heritage Site. With an immense wealth of monuments that highlight places as beautiful as Mirabell Palace, Fortress Hohensalzburg, Hellbrunn Palace or Salzburg Cathedral. But also, if the cities had taste, Salzburg's would be clearly sweet. And not only because of its gastronomic delicacies, but also because of the magical environment in which Mozart's birthplace is located. Its narrow alleys await the traveller with many undiscovered corners, crowned by the majestic fortress of Hohensalzburg and on the shores of a small lake. All this makes her an ideal destination for a weekend getaway as a couple. In the surroundings you can breathe a completely different atmosphere. Its beautiful chalets of traditional architecture with private gardens dot the beautiful natural landscapes of the surroundings. Thus, Salzburg allows you to follow an architectural route and, at the same time, immerse yourself in places with spectacular nature. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Salzburg?
Holidays in Salzburg
The area and how to find your way around
Salzburg is located 300 kilometres west of the city of Vienna, a short distance from the German border and the northern part of the Alps. It has a population of approximately 150,000 inhabitants and receives about 7 million tourists annually. Salzburg airport is only 4 kilometres from the city, so it's really easy to get to your rental. In addition, its small size makes it very easy to move between its streets.The best areas to rent a letting in Salzburg
Salzburg is, after Vienna, the second largest city Austria. In 1997 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A beautiful town of baroque splendour located on the banks of the Salzach River and surrounded by beautiful mountains. This is an architectural jewel that developed mainly between the Middle Ages and the nineteenth century. So as you stroll through its charming cobblestone streets, some of the most famous of which are Getreidegasse, Jugendgasse and Goldgasse, you'll find buildings ranging from Romanesque style to a marked Baroque character. In addition, the city offers more than 4,000 cultural events each year, which you can attend comfortably from any of the rentals in the city centre of Salzburg. In addition, Salzburg is a small city where nature extends to the very centre. Extensive meadows, green forests and centenary castles with lakes populate its surroundings, all crowned with a truly spectacular mountain landscape. An impressive natural beauty that you can appreciate in the famous film "Smiles and Tears", filmed in the city Choose your villa in Salzburg and visit the main locations of this mythical musical!
Types of travellers and activities
During the Christmas season, the streets of Salzburg are adorned with beautiful lights and beautiful markets that give a special charm to the city. A perfect moment for a romantic getaway in couple to one of your holiday rentals. A warm Christmas atmosphere, where you can enjoy the first snowflakes while tasting their delicious punch and roasted chestnuts. Why not rent a letting in Salzburg for next weekend and surprise your partner?Salzburg for those who enjoy cultural visits
Formerly located in the northern part of the Alps. The Cathedral Quarter, known as DomQuartier, stands out, where you will be able to discover the old power centre of the city. Also worth a visit is the beautiful Mirabell Palace, where several scenes from the film "Smiles and Tears" were shot. Book a letting in the centre of Salzburg and you won't have to waste time travelling!
Did you know that Felix Baumgartner, the man who threw himself from the stratosphere and broke the sound barrier, was born in Salzburg?
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Located at 9 Getreidegasse Street, he witnessed the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on January 27, 1756. This house housed the Mozart family for twenty-six years, between 1747 and 1773. Today it is a museum that receives thousands of visits every year, to see where this prodigious composer was born and resided.2. Don't miss the Salzburg Festival
Since its first edition in 1920, the Salzburg Festival has been among the most important classical music events in the world. Each year there are international artists who combine tradition and modernity to perfection. An appointment that normally takes place between July and August, and that classical music lovers should not miss.3. Take an excursion to the mountains
You can't leave Salzburg without climbing one of the mountains surrounding the city and enjoying unforgettable panoramic views. You can climb Mount Mönchsberg, which houses the Museum of Modern Art and the Hohensalzburg Fortress, the largest in Central Europe preserved in its entirety. We also recommend a visit to Mount Kapuzinerberg, to enjoy nature and tranquillity.4. Visit the nearby city of Munich
It is worth visiting Munich, the most prosperous city in Germany, which is approximately two hours away by train. You can also opt for an interesting excursion to Berchtesgaden's Eagle's Nest, Hitler's old retreat, or Austria's World Heritage Lake District, such as the beautiful area of Hallstatt.5. Go through the stages of the film "Smiles and Tears"
As you know, the famous film "Smiles and Tears" was shot mostly in Salzburg. If you are a big fan of her, you can not miss the opportunity to tour the stages where they were the protagonists, such as the Abbey of St. Peter, the Abbey of Nonnberg, Karajan Square, the palace of Mirabell, the palace Leopoldskron, the Plaza Residenz or the School of Equitation "Felsenreitschule".
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Salzburg
Salzburg is the most exclusive city in Austria to go on holiday, costing on average £207.29 per night, according to 2019 data.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Salzburg?
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Salzburg, you should travel in March (£146.81 per night on average), April (£167.76), or May (£170.76) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Salzburg?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£305.24), December (£250.99), and July (£239.92).Is Salzburg a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Salzburg, we suggest planning your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 54% in the year 2019.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of properties available in Salzburg were March, May, and April with average availabilities of 78%, 74.75% and 74.25%, respectively.During which months are there fewer rentals available in Salzburg?
Holiday lettings in Salzburg reach their peak in demand in December, with an availability rate of 14.75%. The second most requested month is September, with 15.25%, and third is August with 17.8%.How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Salzburg?
We have collected the offers from 15 different providers in Salzburg, so we can offer you around 420 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!