After you’ve skipped and twirled in the lush, green grass, stroll down the hill to town and indulge in lunch or dinner at the Michelin-starred Obauer Restaurant. The gastronome delights are a surprise, being tucked away in this tiny village, with the presentation of the dishes out of this world – along with the taste.
Another must-have Salzburg experience is to tuck into a piece of the Original Sacher-Torte in the famous Cafe Sacher, which is in the historic and very grand Hotel Sacher – where Julie Andrews stayed when the movie was filmed. You can see her photo on the wall by the entrance to the cafe.

Cafe Sacher Salzburg, home of the most famous cake in the world, the Original Sacher-Torte

In the afternoons sit on the terrace of the Hotel Sacher’s bar and look across the river to the Old Town, with the spires of the churches glinting under the fading orange glow, and the lights of the fortress blinking,  signalling to the world that all is well in beautiful Salzburg.

Spectacular scenery on the way to Mondsee in the Salzburg Lake District

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