Salzburg, Austria

Caitlin Jean Russell

Our trip across Europe was coming to an end so we wanted to take things easy in Salzburg, so that’s exactly what we did. We arrived in the early afternoon from Vienna on the train which cost €26 for each of us one way. The train was incredible, through the rolling Austrian countryside. Homes were sparse but the ones we did see were constructed of wood, in keeping with the surrounding landscape. There were lakes, mountains and fields for miles the entirety of the three hour train journey.

When we arrived in Salzburg, we walked the fifteen minutes to our hotel, Garni Lehenerhof, before heading into the centre of town. We walked another fifteen minutes, alongside the river, as the sun began to go down over the city. The river was vast, separating the Altstadt (Old Town) and Neustadt (New Town). On our first evening we ate at an authentic Italian restaurant…

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