A must visit if in Salzburg. Make sure you tour the cemetery area with the unique markers and tour the catacombs. The setting of the Abbey is against a steep rock face - quite lovely.
Very impressive interior which is worth a visit whether you are a Catholic or not. But we couldn't stayed too long as a service was commencing soon and we were in a rush.
We dined in this magnificent restaurant the last night of our stay. It's absolutely beautiful and we will definitely be returning one day. Even though we were dressed casually after a day of sight seeing we were welcomed with open arms. The food is in one word, fabulous! My husband and I both had the filet of beef with glazed... More
Our group of 8, booked the dinner concert for our first evening in Salzburg, and we weren't disappointed. The venue, itself is worth seeing, so beautiful and so much history. Food was good, not anything special, and drinks were costly, but we had read reviews on Trip Advisor, so we were not surprised. The staff was very accomodating and the... More
Although we had been unable to enter earlier in the day because a wedding ceremony was taking place (apparently a common occurrence), after our orchestral performance of Nabucco at the Grosses Festspielhaus, we happened to see people entering St. Peter's Abbey and upon entry discovered that we had come upon what turned out to be a wonderful (and free!) two... More
Lovely and v old monastery, different architectural styles. It's below the fortress so central to Old Town area. The wrought iron grave markers are unusual and interesting. Peaceful.
A nice and very Historic Abbey next to The cemetery of St Peter built in the Romanesque style of the Middle ages that has Mozarts sister and the younger brother of Joseph Haydn entombed.
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