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Cheap Konya - Salzburg flight tickets

Salzburg Information About

The resonances of Mozart began to rise first from Salzburg on the scene of history. If you wonder the city where the famous composer was born, you can buy the best ticket among the flight ticket prices Konya to Salzburg. Salzburg which also served as the capital of Austria’s province with the same name is the fourth largest city of the country at the same time. The city is located on the German border and it has an area of approximately 66 thousand kmand a population of 150 thousand people. The Salzach River that passes through the middle of the city is famous for its salt sediments. The name of Salzburg which means “Salt Castle” comes from here. If we look at its history, the first owners of the city was the Celts. Later, it was Austria’s only city which had been ruled independently by the Archbishop and the Prince since 789. The best times to buy flight ticket to Salzburg are in the months of spring, summer and autumn when the climate is mild and the activities are lively. However; if you are considering a ski holiday, you can prefer the snowy and cold winters. The city blends the history, culture and art with a modern approach. Also the student population of the city which has a fascinating scene and architecture is quite high. In 1996, the region of the Old Town took place in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. If you love the Medieval architecture, magnificent buildings, castles and cathedrals; you will love this fabulous culture, too. Konya Salzburg resemble to each other in terms of costliness, we can not say that the city is as expensive as Vienna.

  • Transportation from the Airport to the City Center

    The airport in Salzburg is called as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Airport; that is, with the name of Mozart who is the most famous symbol of the city. The second largest airport of Austria has hosted its guests for international and domestic flights. According to your needs, there are different transport alternatives to reach the city from the airport which is located at about 4km distance to the city center. If you want to buy cheap flight ticket Konya to Salzburg, it is a good idea to plan your journey a few months in advance.

    Bus

    If you prefer the public transportation, the best and most economical alternative you can use is bus. You can provide transportation with the municipality buses from the airport to the main train station and the city center. The lines 2 and 10 leave from the airport in every 10 or 20 minutes and the time to reach the city varies from 15 to 20 minutes.

    Train

    The main train station “Hauptbahnhof” is located at the distance of 15-20 minutes from the airport. You can prefer the train as a fast and cheap alternative.

    Taxi

    If you are looking for a fast and comfortable alternative, you can prefer various taxi companies at the airport but they are slightly more expensive than the public transportation.

    Transfer

    Some hotels offer transfer services between the airport and the hotel. You can make contact with your hotel to get this service from which you can benefit with the paid or free alternatives. Transfer services can be a rational alternative if you are travelling with your family or group of friends.

    Rent a Car

    If you are considering to travel with your own car in a comfortable way, renting a car can be a suitable alternative for you. You can choose the best one from the different companies at the airport and you can book online to save time.

  • Places to Visit in Salzburg

    Before you go to Salzburg where you will love its culture, baroque architecture and Mozart with his elegant art, plan your next plane ticket to Salzburg and trip! Before coming to Salzburg which is indispensable for long weekends and one of the most beautiful cities in the European tours, you should read our guide.

    Mozart’s Birthplace and Mozart’s Living Places

    Mozart who was born in 1756 composed his first melody at his birthplace on the Getreidegasse Street when he was five years old. You can see many pieces from the artist’s personal items such as his feeding bottle to some musical instruments, family portraits and his piano. In 1880, that place was converted into a museum by the International Mozart Foundation and there is a Mozart Theatre on the second floor of the house. The artist who composed more than 600 works in his short life composed his famous work “Turkish March” by being inspired from the Ottoman Military Marches. The Mozart Residence (Mozart- Wohnhaus) opens the doors to its visitors as a house where he lived after 1773 and also the artist’s musical instruments, notes and some of his belongings are exhibited here. You will encounter with the theme of Mozart on almost every corner of the city but do not forget to visit the houses where he was born and lived.  

    Getreidegasse Street

    The Getreidegasse Street which was one of the most famous and richest streets of the period when Mozart was born is now referred to as the street where the Salzburg’s heart beats. You will encounter with many different cafes, boutiques, souvenir shops and restaurants along the street where you can walk to the most beautiful points of the city. All the shop signboards from all the world-famous brands to the small shops are made from wrought iron which is worthily to the magnificent Medieval architecture. You will love here with its shopping, culture and dynamic life.

    Mozartplatz

    When you walk to the end of the Getreidegasse Street, you will reach Mozartplatz. There are many large and small squares in Salzburg and one of them is Mozartplatz decorated with the sculpture of Mozart which was built in 1844.

    Residenzplatz

    You can take a nostalgic phaeton tour at Residenzplatz which is located at the right side of Mozartplatz and has a historical fountain. This is a magnificent touristic point with its old stone houses and historical texture.

    Salzburg Cathedral

    The church where Mozart was baptized is located near Residenzplatz. The cathedral was built many times after it was built for the first time in 767. But it has been able to come to this day although it was damaged a lot in the fire of 1598. The 71-meter bell tower which has a gorgeous beauty is one of the places that should be seen as the religious center of the city with its magnificent reliefs on the church arrangement and the exterior.

    Kapitelplatz

    After Salzburg Cathedral, our next stop is Kapitelplatz which is known for its golden sphere “Sphaera” representing the golden yellow chocolate of Mozart.

    Salzburg Museum

    The Salzburg Museum located on the Mozartplatz Square hosts its visitors within the Neue Residenz. In the famous museum all over the country, you can tavel in time with many works going back from the Roman Empire to the years of Prince Archbishop. We suggest you to visit the Panorama Museum when you are here.

    Festung Hohensalzburg Fortress / Hohensalzburg Castle

    After Kapitelplatz, one of the points that should be seen before the sun sets is the Salzburg Castle. This castle where you can see the entire city and Salzach River from the top is also visible from all over the city. You can reach the highest point of the city by telfer or on foot. One of the greatest features of the castle is that it has never been conquered since it was built in 1077. You should spare a few hours to this fabulous castle with its magnificent scene and museums that offer an insight into the history.

    Mirabell Palace and Garden

    The palace which was built at the beginning of 1600s has spectacular scenes with its famous garden. Its atmosphere especially of the summer months is fascinating with the flowers and landscapes which have sculptures and figures from the Greek mythology. You should enjoy the unique scene of the dwarf sculptures besides the fountain, paintings and statues which are exhibited in the garden of the palace used as a summer palace during the period of Archbishop.

    Old Town

    You can view the architecture of the old buildings by diving into the narrow streets to explore the beauties of the city which has a region of Old Town in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Many historical and touristic points that you can visit on foot are located in this area which is also in the west of the city.

    Hangar-7

    We suggest the speed buffs to get the cheap plane ticket to Salzburg at once and visit the Hangar-7 while going to the city. Many pieces such as the airplanes from the World War II, show planes, motorcycles and Formula One cars are exhibited here. The museum which is sponsored by Redbull resembles a modern aircraft hangar. You should visit here if you want to experience something different during your Salzburg trip.

    St. Peter’s Abbey

    St. Peter’s Monastery which was built in the 7th century will give an unforgettable experience to the visitors with its ornaments, library and cemetery sections. The monastery is located on the slopes of the Mönchsberg Mountain where you can go up in the lift.

    Gaisberg

    The region located in the east of the city is quite popular for the ski resort in winter and the nature sports in other seasons.

    Eisriesenwelt

    The Eisriesenwelt located at about 40 km distance to the city is one of the largest ice caves of the world. Just a part of the cave is open to the visitors and it consists of icebergs. So an experience that you will not able to see anywhere else in the world is waiting for you.

  • What to Eat in Salzburg?

    You should try the snacks such as apple strudel and cabbage strudel which are famous tastes of the Austria’s cuisine. The “goulash” which is a gift from Hungary to Austria takes place in our list as one of the famous tastes and also one of the tastes that you should try. While we are talking about the local tastes, it is important to remember the “knödel” that is served as sweet or salty with the meals. You are not considered to have come to Austria without trying the schnitzel made from veal, turkey meat, chicken or pork depending on your preference. In the main courses, you can try the “tafelspitz” which consists of boiled meat and vegetables.We can suggest you the “topfenknödel” prepared from lake fish if you wonder about the seafood. If you want a sweet start to the day, you can eat the cakes which garnishes the breakfasts of the local people. We recommend you to try the raspberry sauced “Salzburger Nockerl” in the shape of three hills representing the three hills of Salzburg if you are looking for a different taste. You should visit the cake shops for the fast and delicious snacks. You should also taste the “pretzel” without sesame which looks like a bagel. At the same time, you can buy chocolate and liqueur for yourself or as a gift to your loved ones. Of course, the “malenge” comes at the beginning of the tastes you will drink while you are sitting and resting in the cafes during the day. If you like alcoholic beverages, different tastes that you encounter in Salzburg are waiting for you.

  • Culture and Entertainment in Salzburg

    You will fall for the city’s architecture and every corner with the theme of Mozart. You can also live the unforgettable moments with its cultural and artistic events. You should check out the advantages of cheap ticket for flight if you want to evaluate the oppotunities of early booking. The region of old town which is located in the west of the city is quite beautiful especially with its historical and touristic points. Salzburg is suitable for the cultural tourism in four seasons and also winter sports or nature sports depending on the season when you go there. You can join in the Salzburg Festival which is a world-famous classical music festival organized on the last week of July, the Street Food Festival in September and the Salzburg Culture Days in October. In the European cities, the best ways to get people involved are the bazaars. You should be ready for a spectacular experiment if you come up to the Christmas open markets set up on the squares in November. Salzburg is absolutely for you if you are curious about the museums with different concepts. The Hangar-7, historical museums and the Museum of Natural History are among the alternatives you can visit with your family. The local clothes, trinkets, the examples of the handicrafts and Mozart chocolates can be the best pieces for your souvenir shoppings. Although the nightlife developes around the cultural events, there are places that appeal to every taste in the nightlife.  The busiest street of the city “Getreidegasse” is a pleasant point with its bars and pubs in this sense. If you want to do shopping, this place will be your choice at the same time. However, the shops are usually closed as from the Saturday and Sunday afternoons. In the spring and summer months, you can go cycling around the river or take boat tours on the river. For your fascinating, modern and nostalgic Salzburg trip, the prices of the lowest flight ticket Konya to Salzburg are at MartıGO. Do not miss the early booking and the opportunities special for you, the most appropriate ticket price Konya to Salzburg becomes yours!

     

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