The Altstadt has always been a place of creativity and joie de vivre. This is also noticeable in the alleys of the Altstadt, where families, young people, and the young-at-heart share a common living space. It is a microcosm of urban sensuality. Light-hearted, exciting, and always surprising. A place that can always be rediscovered. A place that awakens a sense of longing and inspires dreams. It's wonderful to call a place like that your home.
Breakfast or brunch? That's the big question many people ask themselves - especially on weekends. Actually, it doesn't really matter. After all, whatever you're in the mood for, you'll find it in the Altstadt of Salzburg.
Breakfast in the historic streets of the city is becoming more and more popular. That's hardly surprising when you consider the variety of choices, ranging from the typical Austrian breakfast to a fiery start to the day from Mexico.
Probably the oldest cinema in Europe is located right in the heart of the Old Town. The Mozartkino has been showing films on the big screen since 1905. This makes it one of the oldest movie theaters in the world. Romy Schneider appeared personally at the premiere of the film “Sissi” in 1956 and spent the night in the neighboring Hotel Kasererbräu.
DAS KINO was created in 1978 with the intention of giving film its own venue as an influential medium. To this day, the theater shows sophisticated films that meet high artistic and cultural standards. There are no mainstream productions here, just the opportunity to get to know other perspectives and to experience artistic diversity.