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Salzburg is a great place to buy real estate in Austria.

Salzburg is situated on the northern border of the Alps and the Kapuziner-Mountain, the Monk-Mountain and the Gais-Mountain surround it, making the real estate opportunities in Salzburg highly desirable.

Altstadt, the Old Town of Salzburg has many cultural monuments and interesting real estate opportunities. Salzburg City centre is fairly small. It has many impressive buildings, with many dating back to the baroque period and mix Italian baroque features and Austrian individualism. The river Salzach acts as a natural border to the Old Town and the traffic-ridden Rudolfskai stretches out alongside it. Another natural feature that encloses the Old Town is the Mönchsberg, a big rock face that protected the city's treasures from unwanted guests during the dark Middle Ages.

Salzburg Cathedral is the main attraction in the Old Town. Two squares, the Residenzplatz and the Kapitelplatz surround it with many opportunities for those seeking to buy period property. Towering above all of these attractions is Hohensalzburg fortress on the Mönchsberg (Monks Mountain). Real Estate near these sites is highly desirable.

In the western part of the Old Town, you can see the property in which Mozart was born, the two famous festival halls festival (Festspielhäuser). The Getreidegasse, is one of the most expensive area of real estate in Salzburg withproperty in the Linzergasse area on the other side of the river Salzach also considered desirable. It is one of the main traffic routes, which gives the districts on the right of the river access to the city and heading west, it is also one of the main roads for those travelling towards Linz and Vienna.

The area around the Mirabell Palace is also popular for real estate buyers. It is situated on the northern side of the river, has a beautiful park, which is elegantly landscaped in the manner prevalent in bygone centuries.

The north of Salzburg is where the main residential areas are and property here is sought after by buyers, with modern homes situated close to the main train station. The station itself is a main infrastructure point that connects Salzburg to the east and west of Austria as well as to the provinces different regions, most of which can be reached by bus.

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