- The best shops & restaurants in Salzburg are close to the hotel
- Hotel bar with fine wines & cocktails
- Breakfast with regional specialities to start your day off right
- Spa time with pool, gym and R&R in the evening
- Comfortable rooms & suites
- Family-run 4-star hotel
- Charming atmosphere & attentive service
A long weekend break is a wonderful opportunity to get to know Salzburg in just 2 or 3 nights. The city of Mozart is known for its variety: sights, shopping, dining and cultural events await you.
The Altstadthotel is situated in the Salzburg Old Town and its “Gründerzeit” charm. From the moment you enter the hotel, you’ll be entering your Old Town weekend break adventure.
Dreaming about a short break to Salzburg, Austria? Be sure to plan in a tour of the city – ideally on the Hop-on-Hop-off Bus. This is perhaps the easiest way to get an impression of Salzburg.
As the name suggests, you can hop off the bus at any sight – and hop back on somewhere else. In summer, you can get the best views of the city of Mozart from the open-top bus.
With these compact battery-powered vehicles, you can embark on a tour through the city of Mozart. You will learn how to handle your Segway in no time, and since it is not dangerous, a Segway is a fun, flexible and convenient way to see the city.
Looking for something fun to do on your city break in Salzburg? Segway City Surfing is a guided 2.5-hour tour of the city and its most interesting sights.
So, the question is: would you like to tour Salzburg on a classic carriage ride, or are you looking for something a bit different?
What about a rickshaw tour of Salzburg on your weekend break? Your driver-cum-tour guide will fill you in on the squares, churches and alleys you pass. And if that’s a little too adventurous for your taste, you can hire e-bikes at the hotel and see the city at your own pace.
A 3-night Salzburg city break without shopping? No way! Start your Shopping.TIME at the Altstadthotel Wolf-Dietrich – your hotel for short breaks to Austria – and explore the Linzergasse and its boutiques.
Crossing the Staatsbrücke bridge, you’ll land in Salzburg’s most famous shopping street, the Getreidegasse. Here you can browse boutiques, souvenir shops, international brands, perfumeries, shoe stores, jewellers and confectionery shops.
Calling all culture lovers: be sure to check out one of Salzburg’s numerous museums on your city break in Salzburg. The Cathedral Museum, the Residenz and the Museum der Moderne are particularly worth seeing. And no weekend break in Salzburg is complete without a visit to the Hohensalzburg Fortress. This World Heritage Site is best reached via funicular train. Ready for your Culture.TIME in Salzburg?
The Hohensalzburg Fortress draws visitors on short breaks to Salzburg with one-of-a-kind views of the city. Plus, you can get an interesting insight into medieval life at the time of the princely archbishops. You will also be treated to amazing views from the Mönchsberg and Kapuzinerberg, the other city mountains in Salzburg. What a way to explore Salzburg with your special someone!