Photo of the Day: Salzburg, Austria

Although this was taken on my very first Eurotrip back in 2007, Salzburg still sits atop the list of favorite cities I’ve visited. The magnificent fortress, which looms large over the entire city, is reason enough to visit, but Salzburg has so much more to offer, from the river to the quaint pedestrian streets to the Mirabell Gardens, and everywhere in between.

I wish I had been equipped with a better camera back then, as my pocket camera wasn’t great at handling the overcast conditions, but this is definitely one city to which I plan to return . . . along with my Nikon. 🙂

Date: 4/4/2007
Camera: Panasonic DMC-FX8

Writer, traveler, photographer, hiker, film/TV addict, amateur chef, casual gamer, and occasional tennis & saxophone player . . . in real life I do web design.

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4 comments on “Photo of the Day: Salzburg, Austria
  1. alliblair says:

    Nice shot. I never made it to Salzburg, but am dying to visit as a Sound of Music fan.

    • Thanks! It’s well worth a visit. The tour we were on was actually called the “Sound of Music” tour. 🙂

      They took us to all the film locations in and around Salzburg. Someday I’ll write about that trip if I can ever catch up on my other journals!

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