JUST A FEW
The most historically important street running almost parallel to the Salzach was an important traffic route in Salzburg already for the Romans. Today it is popular with citizens and tourists alike and offers “a lot of traffic with flair” not only during the festival season.
Impressive, baroque and UNESCO World Heritage: the Salzburg Cathedral. 101 meters in length and 81 meters in height take over an impressive part of the old town of Salzburg and is one of the most popular photo opportunities in the city of Mozart. With a baptismal font made of bronze and the impressive main organ, the sacred building also has imposing inner values!
In 80 showrooms, everything revolves around the lively and inanimate nature – incredibly interesting for young and old. It is Salzburg’s most popular museum, not just because of the 40 pools with underwater animals. Not only an alternative for bad weather days! On Mondays and Thursdays there are moderated feedings of the aquarium inhabitants!
The APT. Stone Lodge is located in the historic Steingasse and combines historic ambience with modern design in the listed building. Due to the historic structure of the house, the Stone Lodge has no lift, varying room heights and is equipped with listed historic doors and windows. The modernly renovated rooms directly on the rock of the Kapuzinerberg, which are partly visible in the building, as well as the artworks give the apartments their unique charm.
Built in 1540, this historic listed building consists of five completely renovated and lovingly designed apartments and a roof terrace accessible to all. The terrace of the Stone Lodge offers a wonderful view of the fortress and the old town of Salzburg. Thanks to its central location the APT. Stone Lodge is just steps away from most attractions such as Fortress, Salzburg Cathedral, Mozart’s birthplace, Mirabellplatz, Festspielhaus and the Getreidegasse.
The APT. Apartments Salzburg should make you feel at home and live like a local – in the middle of the action. The houses of the Steingasse were usually built directly on the rocks without a back wall – so this is also a constant companion inside the Stone Lodge. The listed building with its special charm in combination with the modern renovated rooms, which leave no amenities open, make this apartment house unique.