Combining two Italian words - admirable and beautiful, the palace lives up to its name. Built in 1606 as a token of love, this palace, along with its gardens, got to be in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
It was rebuilt twice - once into a Baroque construction, and after a huge city fire in 1818, it was rebuilt again in neoclassical style.
The Marble Hall is known for Salzburg Palace Concerts and award ceremonies. It is also a frequent wedding venue.
The gardens were made public in 1854 and to this day remain popular with tourists and locals. They are often used for photo shoots and as a relaxing area for walking, especially during summer. Do not miss out on the opportunity to visit this magical place (and take a lot of pictures).
Mirabell Palace and Angel Staircase:
Daily: 8 am - 6 pm
The Marble hall:
Mon, Wed, Thu: 8 am - 4 pm
Tue, Fri: 1 pm - 4 pm
Daily from around 6 am to dusk
Orangerie: daily 9 am - 4 pm
Hedge Theater and Dwarf Garden:
Closed during winter
No admission fee.
Official website https://www.salzburg.info/en/sights/top10/mirabell-palace-gardens
Phone +43 0043662 80720
Address Mirabellplatz 4 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coordinates 47°48'19.957" N 13°2'31.277" E