Welcome to Salzburg

Salzburg is well-known as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the world famous Salzburg festivals. Its baroque and medieval buildings make the city a “World Cultural Heritage” destination. The city is ideal for culture lovers and mountain or sports enthusiasts.

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Property Sale in Salzburg :



Property Overview:


Prices are expensive in this historic city, but there are many beautiful buildings with impressive apartments. Salzburg properties feature high ceilings and ornate architecture, all surrounded by mountains.


What We Love About Salzburg :


The picturesque city of Salzburg, capital of the Salzburg province, is well-known as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the world-famous Salzburg festivals. Its baroque and medieval buildings make the city a “World Cultural Heritage” destination. The lively centre of town has plenty of shops, restaurants and bars which attracts visitors throughout the summer and winter seasons. The province of Salzburg 52 ski resorts, and less than 30 minutes away from the city centre you can find the skiing areas Gaissau Hintersee, Hallein, St. Gilgen or Untersberg Groedig. The city is thus ideal for culture lovers and mountain or sports enthusiasts.

Salzburg is less than 15 minutes from the airport, making this charming city a perfect retreat for those looking for a weekend getaway.


Ski Scene :


The province of Salzburg is home to over 50 ski resorts! Less than 30 minutes away from the city centre you can find the skiing areas of Gaissau Hintersee, Hallein, St. Gilgen and Untersberg Groedig, which are Ideal for beginners with their small and convenient range of pistes.

Further afield in the province are the traditional ski resorts of Kaprun / Zell am See which have 130km of pistes and year-round glacier skiing. Saalbach, Obertauern or Bad Gastein offer numerous downhill runs, cross-country skiing and great snow conditions through their higher altitudes and amazing number of snow cannons.

Since 2015 the skicircus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang- Fieberbrunn is connected and comprises of 270km of skiing and is thus the third largest ski resort in Austria.

The city is thus ideal for culture lovers and mountain or sports enthusiasts.


Summer fun :


Salzburg is a great place to spend summer months, thanks to warm temperatures and a variety of activities on offer. It comprises of pretty shops and cafes in its Old Town and impressive mountain restaurants at higher altitudes. Besides, various sports activities in the mountains, there are fascinating tourist attractions in the summer.

The word ‘Salzburg’ means Salt Mountain, and there are fabulous salt mines that can be visited to learn more about the history, trade and culture of this great city. There is also a stunning historical Fortress which dates back to 1077. Salzburg and its festivals attract people from all over the world.

Salzburg’s countryside offers stunning landscape and mountain areas, amazing castles as well as various lakes. Therefore, this province offers unlimited activities in the fresh mountain air. From hiking, walking, biking to swimming or golfing. Salzburg offers over 600km of marked biking, 400km of marked hiking trails, 608 lakes and 21 golf courses.


Thinking of Visiting? :


If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Salzburg, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please see our visiting Austria page and then either email us at enquiries@alpinemarketing.com or call on +44 (0) 207 935 5132

We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.

For more useful information on buying a ski chalet or apartment in Austria, see our buyers guide or FAQ’s which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved. If you are considering your purchase as an investment then check out our investment guide which will give you information on rental incomes and the possible tax advantages.


Property Sale in Salzburg :



Property Overview:


Prices are expensive in this historic city, but there are many beautiful buildings with impressive apartments. Salzburg properties feature high ceilings and ornate architecture, all surrounded by mountains.


What We Love About Salzburg :


The picturesque city of Salzburg, capital of the Salzburg province, is well-known as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the world-famous Salzburg festivals. Its baroque and medieval buildings make the city a “World Cultural Heritage” destination. The lively centre of town has plenty of shops, restaurants and bars which attracts visitors throughout the summer and winter seasons. The province of Salzburg 52 ski resorts, and less than 30 minutes away from the city centre you can find the skiing areas Gaissau Hintersee, Hallein, St. Gilgen or Untersberg Groedig. The city is thus ideal for culture lovers and mountain or sports enthusiasts.

Salzburg is less than 15 minutes from the airport, making this charming city a perfect retreat for those looking for a weekend getaway.


Ski Scene :


The province of Salzburg is home to over 50 ski resorts! Less than 30 minutes away from the city centre you can find the skiing areas of Gaissau Hintersee, Hallein, St. Gilgen and Untersberg Groedig, which are Ideal for beginners with their small and convenient range of pistes.

Further afield in the province are the traditional ski resorts of Kaprun / Zell am See which have 130km of pistes and year-round glacier skiing. Saalbach, Obertauern or Bad Gastein offer numerous downhill runs, cross-country skiing and great snow conditions through their higher altitudes and amazing number of snow cannons.

Since 2015 the skicircus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang- Fieberbrunn is connected and comprises of 270km of skiing and is thus the third largest ski resort in Austria.

The city is thus ideal for culture lovers and mountain or sports enthusiasts.


Summer fun :


Salzburg is a great place to spend summer months, thanks to warm temperatures and a variety of activities on offer. It comprises of pretty shops and cafes in its Old Town and impressive mountain restaurants at higher altitudes. Besides, various sports activities in the mountains, there are fascinating tourist attractions in the summer.

The word ‘Salzburg’ means Salt Mountain, and there are fabulous salt mines that can be visited to learn more about the history, trade and culture of this great city. There is also a stunning historical Fortress which dates back to 1077. Salzburg and its festivals attract people from all over the world.

Salzburg’s countryside offers stunning landscape and mountain areas, amazing castles as well as various lakes. Therefore, this province offers unlimited activities in the fresh mountain air. From hiking, walking, biking to swimming or golfing. Salzburg offers over 600km of marked biking, 400km of marked hiking trails, 608 lakes and 21 golf courses.


Thinking of Visiting? :


If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Salzburg, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please see our visiting Austria page and then either email us at enquiries@alpinemarketing.com or call on +44 (0) 207 935 5132

We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.

For more useful information on buying a ski chalet or apartment in Austria, see our buyers guide or FAQ’s which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved. If you are considering your purchase as an investment then check out our investment guide which will give you information on rental incomes and the possible tax advantages.

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