Hellbrunn Palace is a palace situated in the city of Salzburg, Austria. The palace was constructed between the years 1613-19 on the orders of Markus Sittikus Von Hohenems, who was an archbishop of Salzburg. Its architect was Santino Solari and the palace was built to a Baroque architectural style. The palace was built as a summer day residence, so no bedrooms were ever built at the palace. The palace is also known for its grounds that consists of water features that may spring a surprise or two to visitors.
The palace is situated to the south of Salzburg city centre. If travelling by car, there is onsite parking available to visitors. By bus, take the 25 bus from the city centre to ‘Salzburg Schloss’.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace is open daily, 9am-4.30pm in the winter months and 9am-5.30pm in the summer months. Tours of the palace cost 12.50 euros for adults and 5.50 euros for children.