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This medieval monastery has served as the home to monks for over 1,000 years.
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Sankt-Peter-Bezirk | off Kapitalpl., Salzburg 5020, Austria
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Reviewed 5 days ago

When you walk in your are immediately struck by the awesome beauty of Stift St. Peter. I can still hear myself saying one word over and over..."WOW"

Thank rmt0528
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The abbey complex includes a museum which you can visit as part of the integral ticket for the Residenz and Dom Museum , all as part of the Dom Quartier The church itself is not always open - St Peter’s is still a living Benedictine...More

Thank Aquinasmagister
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pretty sure this a free admission Abby and worth the visit. Gardens / cemetary around back is very pretty too.

Thank TexasDadWaco
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely, quiet and peaceful. A great place to rest and get out of the hustle and bustle of the old town.

Thank nriemen
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Am interesting add-on to your Salzburg experience. It was not crowded nor was it necessary to rush our visit. A nice break from walking the city.

Thank ROBERT N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In our wanderings through old town Salzburg we came to St Peter's Cathedral. We stepped inside for a moment to reflect and then walked through the beautiful adjacent garden cemetery. The wrought iron bars enclosing some of the tombs inspired a famous scene in "The...More

Thank Dale6284
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stumbled across this church when exploring Salzburg on the sound of music tour. It is adjacent to st Peters cemetery and was featured in the film. It is easy to spot from afar but the entrance quite secluded. We found it whilst in the cemetery...More

Thank PANDJ55
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Sulzburg is completely out of this world amazing...St Peter’s Abbey just adds to this! Not only is the church worth the visit but the area around it is equally amazing

Thank Ramesh F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you only see 1 church in Salzburg, make it this one. Without a doubt the most beautiful we saw there. Incredible detail and a lovely experience.

Thank KarenFromRichmond
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

one of the most beautiful Churches in Salzburg... take some time to get away from the loud city and tourists and enjoy some quiet time in Stift St. Peter... take a close look at all the details the old walls of this church have to...More

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Etiennee M
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Response from andrealV489BX | Reviewed this property |
If you in the area, I would highly recommend. That being said, there are a lot of stairs. :) It should not take very long and there were some great photo opportunities from the inside window openings for the... More
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Response from Christy_Luv2 | Reviewed this property |
No ticket is required. Mind the step just inside the door. It's a beautiful church and the cemetery is also free to view. Notice the very short graves..no, the people were not buried 'feet down' as many thought- it is to... More
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