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Salzburg Cathedral (Dom)

Domplatz, Salzburg 5010, Austria
43 662 8047 1860
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This uniquely-designed cathedral was constructed in the early 17th century and was the site of Mozart's baptism in 1756.
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Domplatz, Salzburg 5010, Austria
43 662 8047 1860
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a beautiful church right in the old town of Salzburg. Everywhere you look, you see something beautiful. It was also a nice place to warm up during the Christmas Markets.

Thank clfoley1
Reviewed yesterday

This cathedral (Church of St Rupert and St Virgil) was first built in 774 but had been added to and altered numerous times over the centuries. The interior is gorgeous, and a beautiful windowed dome sheds light on the nave below. The square outside often...More

Thank limeyl8e
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Cathedral is a bit unassuming from the outside. But the inside is beautiful. Walk to the altar where the dome is and gaze on the wonderful paintings within the dome. The dome itself has a star with a bird right at the top of...More

Thank Kylie R
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is so amazing to travel and see these cathedrals. In this cathedral you will find the baptismal font in which Mozart was baptized.

Thank Peggy S
Reviewed 2 days ago

Historical place. Tells the story of the Archbishops who ruled Salzburg before the French took over.

Thank Narayan1409
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Built in the beautiful Austrian baroque style, this beautiful cathedral is a must see when visiting gorgeous Salzburg. Try to visit the basement, where archeologists have exposed the remains of the original medieval church which has been reconstructed twice, the second time after being hit...More

Thank salomon v
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a beautiful cathedral that you should not miss visiting. The art work is excellent. I loved the pipe organs which were placed on the corners.

Thank John M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful Cathedral with an interesting history. It is also close to the fortress. It also offers a great photo opportunity along with offering Sunday services.

Thank Tinkersgoblin
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing cathedral and well worth a visit. It is mostly open to the public unlike many others and there is no charge, although they like a donation. The art work throughout is spectacular, in particular the ceiling was amazing. You should pop in if you...More

Thank Chris P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went about to return to our hotel as it was raining but changed our minds. Went to the front pews to sit while absorbing the architecture and ceiling. When we left the rain had stopped. Guess the prayers worked.

Thank Angelk8
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Shuchi G
Hi, How do i get there bu Public transport and what are the opening hours and days?
1 November 2016|
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Response from Michele P | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I'm so sorry just picked up your question, Alan A has done a very detailed info on the Dom/cathedral, You won't be disappointed, Enjoy.
Attire for women for high mass
17 June 2015|
Response from Alan A | Reviewed this property |
Hi. There seems to be no restrictions on dress for high mass so common sense will serve you well. perhaps no trainers, shorts, tee shirts, short dresses...or too much bare bits. It would appear wearing dark clothing... More