Salzburg Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Austrian city of Salzburg. The cathedral was built in 1614-28 replacing an old church on the site, it was designed by architect Santino Solari to a Baroque style. Its architecture is impressive with its two towers being recognisable in the city’s skyline. The cathedral was restored in the 20th century after damage during the war. It is one of the most sacred places in the city and one of the main places of worship. The cathedral is well known for being the place that composer Mozart was baptised.
The cathedral is situated in the city centre of Salzburg. You can get the bus to the cathedral, the 25, 28, 160 and 170 all stop minutes walk away at ‘Mozartsteg’.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors seven days a week, 10am-6pm Monday to Saturday and 1pm-6pm on a Sunday. Admission to the cathedral is free but a donation is welcomed. Guided tours of the cathedral cost 5 euros.