^This is the old town in Salzburg, a walking street with lots of shops and souvenirs shops can be found there, and all are in old buildings dating back to the 13 centuries. You can see above the mountain and overlooking the town there is an old castle, this castle was built over 600 years of constant work and remodeling. The tour guide said that every king (archbishop?) used to change things and remodel it and no one lived up to see it completed.

^20 years ago we sat at this restaurant/cafe. I remembered once I saw the path leading up to it!


This entry was posted on Monday, July 28th, 2008 at 6:38 am

7 Responses to “Salzburg’s Old Town”

  1. ROUDAN says:

    Wow! looks interesting, allah yihaneek

  2. The Talker says:

    الجو منعش جدا .. ترى ما يفرق عن جو الكويت
    بس عندنا حر ، وما تشتهي تطلع من البيت بس

  3. shurouq says:

    Did you go to the Monchsberg modern art museum? Definitely worth a visit.
    Have a late lunch at their restaurant and watch the sunset, overlooking the city and the castle.
    Salzburg is the closest thing to heaven.

  4. Dalal says:

    OMG …!! The place is Amazing …. I love authentic historic places and Artisana Shops and local flea markets! …Pls Post more abt all of th eplaces worthwhile so that I can visit too. Its so refreshing – 3alaykom bil 3aafya o bil salama inshala ..BTW great Blog 😉

  5. Dalal says:

    sorry typo with my BLog Address 😛

  6. pumkinah says:

    the weather looks sooooooooooo nice and refreshing mashalah 3lekm bl 3afyah its great to have such memories.

  7. Intlxpatr says:

    That first photo is absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful sky! Glad you are having such a great time. Loved the puppet story, too!