The St. Gilgen Mozartplatz is the main place located in the middle this village, included the city hall, very nice place with lovely old style building, a lot of Cafe house, traditional Austrian's Restaurant around there.
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This review isn't about Mozartplatz specially, but more of St Gilgen itself (couldn't find anywhere on TA that lets you review a town!). Came here for an hour mid April when pretty much the whole town was closed down, getting ready for the Summer season....More
The St. Gilgen Mozartzplatz is the main place of the the St. Gingen village, very nice to walk around there, a lot of pretty building, Restaurant, local product shops, if visit there you can make more Activities you take a boat around the Wolfgangsee or...More
St. Giligen is a charming village on the shore of Lake Wolfgang (Wolfgangsee) outskirt of Salzburg. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's mother was born here, and Mozart's sister Nannerl moved here after her marriage. Cafe Nannerl in the village is named after Mozart's sister Nannerl. "Mozart House",...More
We visited the village of St Gilgen during the Lakes and Mountains Tour from Salzburg. Primarily our visit was to go to the Dallmann Cafe in Mozartplatz, as this was part of the tour, but we took the opportunity to take a brief stroll around...More
We ate in the restaurant pictured in Mozart Platz - very good menu and featuring regional dishes and Austrian wine and beer - moderate pricing and great staff!
Very pretty buildings in the centre of the village. We were privileged to see two weddings with everyone dressed in traditional Austrian dress.
It is in Sept 2016 during our trip in Austria that we planned road trip from Salzburg to Hallstatt visiting this village on our way. It was Sunday morning we reached there at around 11 am, it was hazy morning but the picturesque view of...More
Village square is surrounded by picturesque buildings, full of colourful flowers on their balconies, many cafes and restaurants,with elegant atmosphere.. It's a fantastic place to sit and relax in a cafe or play with your children. Do not forget to charge your camera full....