Stift Sankt Peter, also Archabbey of St. Peter (Latin Archiabbatia sancti Petri Salisburgensis) in Salzburg, is the oldest existing monastery of the Austrian Benedictine Congregation and in the German-speaking world in general. The monks live according to the Benedictine rule. The entire area is listed as a national monument / © Photo: Georg Berg

Salzburg’s Monastery Worlds

Two monastery worlds, one old town. Tradition and beer at Augustiner Bräu in Mülln Monastery. Gourmet cuisine and wine at the Stiftskulinarium

Ingredients of the original Salzberger Mozartkugel. In 1890, the confectioner Paul Fürst invented the spherical praline and named it after the most famous son of the city of Salzburg, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / © Photo: Georg Berg

Sweet Salzburg

From the finest chocolates with a marzipan core to edible city mountains, the sweet culinary specialties in the Mozart city of Salzburg range

City view Salzburg with fortress Hohensalzburg and cathedral quarter / © Photo: Georg Berg

City walk with Mozart

Mozart is Salzburg’s genius loci. On a Mozart City Walk through the old town, you will encounter the historical, the hilarious, the controversial and the absurd.

Alpabtrieb in Hittisau. The youth fetches the cattle from the alp and the most beautiful cow is decorated. The bus shelter in this photo doesn't get a beauty prize - but in the neighboring community of Krumbach there are bus stops with world-class architecture! / © Photo: Georg Berg

Bus stops and architecture

In the Bregenzerwald there is top architecture in unexpected places. 7 bus shelters bring together culture, economy and architecture of the Vorarlberg region. Bus shelters in cosmopolitan design.

The local mountain gives the village its name: Hittisberg - looks harmless, but goes quite in the legs / © Photo: Georg Berg

A ship anchored in Hittisau

The Schiff in Hittisau is one of the best gourmet addresses in Austria. Here they work with regional specialties from the Bregenzerwald and the Vorarlberg

Sou Fujimoto, Japan. A new dimension of perception! The union of architecture and nature. In open dialogue with nature, architecture also loses the function of protection / © Photo: Georg Berg

Art experience at the bus stop

Seven architectural firms have designed bus stop shelters in cosmopolitan designs for Krumbach in the Bregenz Forest, thus enhancing the experience of waiting

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