I. St. Peter´s Bakery
In the very heart oft he inner city, close to the shady walls of “Mönchsberg” hill, there is St.Peter´s Abbey with a tiny bakery, operating since over 700 years.
It is the aromatic smell of fresh sourdough bread that will lead you directly to the shop.
II. Café Bazar
There are two famous Cafés in Salzburg, „Tomaselli“ and „Bazar“. Whereas the former is always overcrowded with tourists longing for a quick refreshment, the letter provides a stage for what is happening in Mozart´s birth town. Local intellectuals, artists, politicians – all hang around, study the large offer of (international) newspapers, have a look who else is here and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. In summer the al fresco terrace is even better.
Every thursday local farmers, butchers, fishermen and small food producers offer their products at Schrannen-Markt, an open air market with around 200 stalls. If you are interested in absolutely fresh products, local varieties and specialities like “Kaspressknödel” (kind of dumpling with cheese) you should be there.
Open from 05-13.
IV. Gallery Ropac
Thaddaeus Ropac started his business with a small one room gallery in Salzburg some 30 years ago. Now with shops in Vienna and Paris (and China soon to come) he is one of the leading gallerists in Europe. And nothing compares to his headquarters in Villa Kast, a neo-Classicist building close to the marvellous Mirabell gardens. This 8oo sqm compound illustrates the tension between the splendour of the old times and contemporary positions of well-known artists on display.
Opening hours (summer): MON – SAT 10-18)
V. St. Sebastian′s Cemetery (Sebastiansfriedhof)
Following Linzergasse up to number 41 you will get to St. Sebastian´s church and cemetery. There you will find the Mozart family tomb (father Leopold, wife Constanze) as well as (in the entrance passage) the grave of Theophrastus Bombastus of Hohenheim, called Paracelsus, the famous Renaissance physician, alchemist, astrologer and occultist, who died in 1541 in Salzburg.