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Salzburg - Convention City

Introducing the City of Salzburg

 

Salzburg has already acquired international fame as city of Mozart and the Salzburg Festival. But it might also interest you to know that Salzburg is capital to the province of the same name and that it is home to 150,000 inhabitants, making the fourth largest city in Austria.

Salzburg’s compact layout is one of the city‘s most attractive features. Vital transport hubs such as the train station and W. A. Mozart International Airport are all within easy reach, which help to make Salzburg the perfect event destination.

 

Salzburg – Historical Overview

Salzburg is known for being the city of Mozart. It sits on either side the Salzach River and in the Salzburg basin. The city was re founded as a bishopric on Roman ruins (Iuvavum).
Salzburg achieved immense wealth from mining and trading of salt. It became a bishopric residence of architectural splendour during the reigns of Wolf Dietrich and his successors.
The area around the Hellbrunn Palace in is proof of Salzburg’s extensive cultural history and the old part of the city is a UNESCO world cultural heritage site.


Conventions and Congress in Salzburg

Hosting more than 230 events a year, Salzburg Congress is among the most attractive conference centres. Salzburg has also developed into one of Austria’s leading convention cities over recent years.

Although Salzburg is a relatively new destination in the Congress tourism sector, the city has already achieved international status. The accessibility of the city, its manageable scale, the central location of the Congress venue and Salzburg city center’s comfort and security are reasons why Salzburg Congress has been completely won over by the event community.

Salzburg Presentation

Your Congress in UNESCO World Heritage Site Salzburg

The numerous tourist attractions right on the doorstep of Salzburg Congress and the baroque city as a backdrop means that we offer the perfect location for your event.
With its picturesque alleys, the famous”Getreidegasse” and numerous museums, it is no wonder that Salzburg was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. We would be happy to help you plan a memorable evening programme that compliments your event.

Please send us your enquiry online or call to speak with one of our Congress Team.
 

Congress Service: Planning your Superb Event in Salzburg

At Salzburg Congress we offer a full and detailed organisational service, coupled with enthusiasm and professionalism. We have productive relationship with a wide range of service providers and businesses as well as bodies such as local government and municipal authorities, security and emergency services and tourist institutions, which means that every aspect of your event will go according to plan.

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