Salzburg is immensely proud of its most famous son, and Mozartplatz is just one of the city’s many tributes.
The square, with its elegant statue of a youthful Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, dates back to 1842 and was partly funded by Mad King Ludwig of Bavaria, who was a big fan.
One of Salzburg’s most famous squares, it is a popular spot for a photo stop and a stroll.
Mozartplatz is in the Old Town on the south bank of the River Salzach, at the eastern end of the pedestrianized Getreidegasse.
Tours & Tickets
Leave Munich aside for the day to explore Salzburg and the idyllic Lake District. You'll travel in the comfort of a motor coach, escorted by a professional ... Read more
Duration: 11 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Over the centuries the Prince Archbishops of Salzburg represented the worldly and clerical power in their own independent principality. Many impressive ... Read more
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Celebrate Mozart’s musical genius in the city of his birth with a ticket to a Mozart in Residenz concert in Salzburg. Take a seat inside Salzburg’s New ... Read more
Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)