Depending on the airline you choose for your London to Salzburg flight, your departure airport will be London Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted or City. British Airways regularly flies direct from Gatwick, while Ryanair provides a low cost option from Stansted to Salzburg. Indirect flights are also available from airlines including Lufthansa (flying through Frankfurt), Austrian Airlines (Vienna), AirBerlin (Berlin) and many others. Note that there is not a significant difference in the cost of a direct flight and a flight with a transfer. Direct flights take as little as 1 hour and 50 minutes whereas a transfer can add anything between 1 hour to 12 hours to the duration of a flight. All London to Salzburg flights will arrive at W.A. Mozart International Airport, which is 3 miles from the city centre. The airport is well connected to the city with an outstanding public bus service, a regular train service to the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station), and a taxi stand can be found directly in front of the airport terminal.
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Located on a mountain overlooking the city, the fortress offers incredible views of Salzburg and the Alps. Within the fortress there is a popular museum featuring a selection of medieval weapons and details of life during the era. Public concerts are often held here during the summer season, reservations are highly recommended.2 Mozarts Geburtshaus (Mozart's birthplace)
The entire Mozart family lived in the heart of the city during the 18th Century, with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart being born here in 1756. The house of his birth is now one of best museums in the city and a must for fans of classical music. The museum houses an elaborate collection devoted to Mozart and his family, with fascinating memorabilia and letters.3 Schloss Mirabell
Located right next to the Salzach River, Schloss Mirabell is a beautiful castle and gardens built by one of the city's famous Archbishop-Princes for his beloved courtesan. The central Marble Hall is still used for wedding ceremonies and the intricate gardens are one of the most spectacular sights in the whole of the city.4 Salzburger Dom
The city?s cathedral is a Baroque masterpiece that was initially opened in 1628 and it is the city?s top attraction in modern times. The cathedral square is used during the city's annual festival, which employs the cathedral façade in dramatic scenery. In late November and December, it is also the site of one of the city's most celebrated Christmas Markets.5 Schloss Hellbrunn
This castle is located in the south of the city and is known for its impressive trick fountains, which are a popular attraction during the spring and summer, and for its atmospheric Christmas market during the winter. Make sure to look out for the breathtaking Steintheater (Stone Theatre), where the first opera in central Europe was conducted.