Salzburg's beautiful baroque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it's easy to see why. Historic architecture, elegant gardens, and charming lanes hark back to the time when the city was a part of the Holy Roman Empire, ruled by archbishops and brought to life by the salt trade. As the city of Mozart, it's only fitting that Salzburg has developed into a cultural capital defined by music, theater, and art. Beyond the city, a world of natural wonders awaits, with beautiful mountain scenery, crystal-clear lakes, outdoor sports, luxurious spas, and romantic retreats in the SalzburgerLand.