Named after the great himself, it's perhaps no surprise that this simple square is marked with a memorial to Mozart that was unveiled in 1842. While not as flashy or beautiful as other well-known squares in Europe, it's difficult to avoid passing through it on the way to and from other attractions in Salzburg. My favourite way of reaching Mozartplatz is from the north bank of the River Salzach across the Mozartsteg bridge. Look out for a plaque on the wall of one of the houses bordering Mozartplatz where Wolfgang's wife, Constanze, lived till her death. More prominent around the square is the Salzburg Museum. Connecting to the square is the Residentplatz where you can visit the Salzburg Cathedral.
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