Where do you live?
What’s best about your neighbourhood?
Salzburg is surrounded by wonderful lakes on one side and breathtaking mountains on the other.
Which is your favourite Salzburg street?
It’s not the streets but the little squares that make Salzburg so interesting: Domplatz, Mozartplatz, Papagenoplatz, Kapitelplatz and so on. They are the most beautiful in the world.
Which is your favourite Salzburg store?
Misc.Fashion on Mozartplatz!
And your favourite restaurants?
Bazar on Schwarzstrasse is one of the oldest coffee shops in Salzburg. You will also enjoy breakfast at Cappomio on Kaigasse and Fasties on Pfeifergasse. For dinner, try the Zirkelwirt’s home-style cooking on Pfeifergasse; don’t miss the exquisite cuisine at Triangel on Wiener-Philharmonikergasse and Zoos on Hellbrunnerstrasse. And Pescheria Backi on Franz-Josef-Strasse will surely charm you with their selection of fresh fish and seafood.
Can you recommend any Austrian dishes to try? Kaiserschmarrn with zwetschkenröster (fruit pancake with plums).
Which do you think is the best museum in town?
The Haus der Natur, because they offer something for the whole family and leave you hungry for more.
Which Salzburg native do you most admire?
Martin Grubinger, the multipercussion artist. He makes music sound different.
What can’t you live without?
Tiramisu, vanilla ice-cream, Mozartkugeln, Kaiserschmarrn and meat!
Any advice for visitors?
Leave your car at home. Explore the city by foot or bicycle. Everything is within walking distance.
Can you recommend a good hotel?
Hotel Mönchstein – you won’t find a more romantic hotel in such central place. It feels like being transported back in time to an era of crinoline dresses and horse-drawn carriages.
Which place sums up Salzburg for you?