Discover event venues in Salzburg

Searching for the ideal venue for your upcoming event in the province of Salzburg?

With its easy accessibility, excellent infrastructure, delectable regional cuisine, and a plethora of activities to complement your social programme, Salzburg stands out as a conference location par excellence.

Where event dreams take flight

Whether you are envisioning a serene setting surrounded by lush greenery to ignite your creativity or a premier meeting space amidst the enchanting cityscape of Salzburg city, Konflinx makes it easy to find the perfect venue for any occasion.

The province boasts three outstanding congress and event centres — Salzburg Congress, the Ferry Porsche Congress Center, and the Wyndham Grand Salzburg Conference Centre — where events of all sizes come to life. Should you be looking for an extraordinary event venue with a touch of magic, check out Hangar-7. Thanks to its impressive glass and steel architecture, it has long since become a landmark of Salzburg city. An equally refined venue for meetings and celebrations is Hotel Goldener Hirsch, just a stone’s throw from Mozart’s birthplace. If a peaceful mountain retreat is more your style, Hotel Alpenhaus Kaprun and Hotel Schloss Mittersill are excellent choices, both featuring a tranquil setting and on-site spa facilities.

Salzburg's most popular event venues

Explore our large selection of premier event venues in Salzburg. Whether you are looking for a board room, a conference hall, or an event centre, Konflinx helps you to discover, compare, and book the region’s top event venues online.

Salzburg Congress | © Helge Kirchberger Photography
Auerspergstraße 6, Salzburg
At the heart of Salzburg, right next to the world-renowned Mirabell Gardens, lies one of Europe’s most remarkable event venues: the Salzburg Congress. Boasting over 15,000 square metres of event space, impressive room concepts, state-of-the-art conference technology, and an experienced event team, the event centre has gained a well-deserved reputation as a top-class venue. Whether it be an international congress, a TV show, a gala dinner, a seminar, or a workshop, Salzburg Congress offers the perfect setting for both small and large-scale events with eight to 2,500 attendees.
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The elegant 4-star hotel ARCOTEL Castellani boasts a central location surrounded by lush greenery and a historic building with modern interior design, seamlessly blending supposed contrasts into a harmonious whole. Besides the pleasant atmosphere, the conference hotel further offers all the necessary amenities for successful events. With eight event spaces ranging from 37 sqm to 180 sqm, two restaurants with a terrace, a bar, an extensive hotel park, a gym, and 154 rooms and suites, the ARCOTEL Castellani is a popular venue for both corporate events and celebrations.
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Kitzsteinhornstraße 10, Kaprun
A modern design hotel set against the backdrop of the Kitzsteinhorn glacier and the surrounding mountain ranges: the 4-star hotel ACTIVE by Leitner’s on the outskirts of Kaprun is sure to impress. Besides breathtaking views, the popular conference hotel offers three function rooms that can seat up to 60 people, professional event management including social programme concepts, a wellness area and a gym, a hotel restaurant, a lounge & bar, and a choice of 58 comfortable rooms, suites and apartments.
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Josef-Preis-Allee 18, Salzburg
Surrounded by greenery and yet only a short walk from the historic town centre, the JUFA Hotel Salzburg City is the ideal place to meet and celebrate. Featuring four event spaces that can accommodate eight to 100 guests, modern technology and a range of catering options, a restaurant, a café, and 106 modern guest rooms, the 4-star hotel is a popular venue for all kinds of events.
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Maria-Cebotari-Straße 1-7, Salzburg
The conference facility Hotel Heffterhof is located on the outskirts of Salzburg and surrounded by lush greenery.
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Schloßstraße 2, Zell am See, Kaprun
In the 4-star Hotel Alpenhaus Kaprun at the foot of the Kitzsteinhorn, you can meet in a modern, alpine atmosphere. Four bright seminar rooms offer enough space for events with up to 250 people and a pleasant atmosphere in which you can work in a concentrated manner. The surrounding mountains not only provide plenty of inspiration, but also offer almost endless possibilities for designing the supporting program. A spacious wellness and spa area, a modern fitness room, the hotel's own restaurant and hotel bar as well as the 122 rooms and suites of the Alpenhaus Kaprun make it easy to recharge your batteries after a successful seminar day.
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Kirchgasse 9, Mittersill
The 4-star superior hotel Schloss Mittersill is surrounded by the imposing Kitzbühel Alps.
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Dr.-Matthias-Laireiter-Straße 9, Salzburg
The family-run 4-star Hotel Airporthotel Salzburg is located directly at the airport. Four modern seminar and meeting rooms with room sizes from 30 m2 to 65 m2 offer space for events of different formats with up to 45 people.
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Rainerstraße 12-14, Salzburg
The Hotel IMLAUER & Bräu Salzburg is located centrally in Salzburg, making it the ideal base for exploring the city of Mozart
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Fanny-von-Lehnert-Straße 7 7, Salzburg
The conference facility Wyndham Grand Salzburg Conference Center is conveniently located in Salzburg, Austria
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Experience the perfect blend of timeless elegance, modern comforts, and outstanding service at Hotel Goldener Hirsch. Beyond its unique historical setting, this event venue offers an array of amenities that will leave you wanting for nothing. With a choice of five event spaces that can accommodate up to 100 people, two gourmet restaurants, a hotel bar, a terrace, and a selection of 70 rooms and suites, your event is destined to be a resounding success.
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Wilhelm-Spazier-Straße 7A, Salzburg
The Hangar-7 is a crystalline event stage that, owing to its breath-taking architectural construction of glass and steel, evolved into a distinctive new landmark of the city of Salzburg. Four different event spaces with room for up to 300 people provide a unique setting for memorable events. The blend of unique atmosphere, excellent function rooms, high-end culinary delights, and the accessible location directly at Salzburg Airport make Hangar-7 one of the most exciting venues in Austria.
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Hauptstraße 78, Sankt Johann im Pongau
When a business trip turns into a holiday spent in the Austrian Alps: The 4-star hotel Brückenwirt is not only one of the most popular conference hotels in the Salzburger Land region but also the perfect destination for a getaway.
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Alpendorf 11, St. Johann, Sankt Johann im Pongau
The conference hotel Oberforsthof is located in Sankt JOhann, amidst the Austrian Alps.
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Brucker Bundesstraße 1a, Zell am See
The ultramodern event venue Ferry Porsche Congress Center is located in Zell am See, one of Austria's most popular holiday destina
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Discover, experience, and delight in Salzburg

Imposing mountain peaks, crystal clear lakes, lush green valleys, and dense forests — with unspoiled beauty and tranquil landscapes, the province of Salzburg beckons for exploration. At its heart lies the city of Salzburg, renowned as one of Europe’s most picturesque destinations. Thanks to its associations with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Sound of Music, and the prestigious Salzburg Festival, this cultural hub enjoys a global reputation.

Cultural treasures in the Salzburgerland region

As the backdrop for Hollywood’s iconic musical, The Sound of Music, the fairytale-like beauty of the Salzburgerland region is renowned worldwide. Some of Salzburg’s most magnificent sights served as filming locations and might strike visitors as familiar, such as the picturesque town of St. Gilgen nestled on the shores of Lake Wolfgang, the historic basilica overlooking Lake Mondsee, the delightful Mirabell Palace with its romantic gardens, and Schloss Hellbrunn, famous for its whimsical trick fountains.

No matter where in the Salzburgland region your event unfolds, a trip to the provincial capital is a must. The city of Salzburg is a cultural hub, and even a simple stroll through its historic city centre, which has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site, is a memorable experience. From Mozart’s birthplace to majestic landmarks, there is plenty to admire. Salzburg owes both its wealth and its name to the natural salt reserves in the surrounding mountains (‘Salz’ meaning ‘salt’ and ‘Burg’ translating to ‘castle’), making salt mining a vital part of the city’s history. At the Salzwelten Salzburg museum, visitors can delve into the history of salt mining, explore underground tunnels, and even hurtle down miners’ slides.

Other cultural highlights include the Keltenmuseum Hallein, one of Europe’s largest museums of Celtic history and art, the Hallein Silent Night Museum, located in the birthplace of the famous Christmas carol, Hangar-7 with an impressive collection of historic aircraft, and the Großgmain Open Air Museum, taking visitors on a journey through 500 years of history.

For an authentic taste of local customs and traditions, don’t miss the vibrant folk festivals taking place throughout the region. The packed annual event calendar is topped off by the prestigious Salzburg Festival — renowned globally for its opera, music, and drama.

Unparalleled adventures

Amidst the untouched beauty of the Salzburgerland region, a plethora of adventure activities awaits — perfect to enrich the supporting programme of your event.

With over 250 peaks surpassing 3,000 metres and more than 300 glaciers, Salzburg’s majestic mountains offer sheer endless opportunities for mountaineering. In Hohe Tauern National Park, pristine natural landscapes can be explored on informative tours led by seasoned park rangers. Those who are keen on an adrenaline rush can dive into white water activities: the numerous rivers and streams are perfect for canyoning, rafting, and hydrospeed.

In winter, the mountains transform into a winter sports paradise featuring state-of-the-art cable cars, ski swings, glacier slopes, and more. Being an adventure hub, Salzburgerland offers the opportunity to test out the latest trends in action sports, such as snow biking, snow kiting, zorbing, or ice sailing. Still not action-packed enough? An ice climbing tour, where your team climbs frozen waterfalls using ice axes and crampons, is certainly not for the faint-hearted but promises to be an unforgettable experience.

For a more laid-back adventure, a trip to the Eisriesenwelt, the world’s largest ice cave, is a great option. Explore the massive cave portal and marvel at fascinating ice formations from up close. Also worth a visit are the thundering Krimml Waterfalls, which are among the largest and most impressive waterfalls in the Alpine region.

After a day of exhilarating adventures, unwind and rejuvenate at one of Salzburg’s thermal spas. Why not immerse yourself in the soothing waters of the Alpentherme Gastein’s thermal lakes, surrounded by breathtaking mountain vistas — a truly unique experience and the perfect way to recharge for another day of adventure.

Culinary treats

Salzburg’s culinary scene is rich with traditional dishes and alpine cuisine, reflecting the region’s heritage. Whether you prefer rustic inns or fine dining experiences at modern gourmet restaurants, in Salzburg you can savour the essence of the Almenland region. Fresh butter, mountain cheeses, hay milk, wild mushrooms, and aromatic meadow herbs transport the rich flavours of Salzburg’s alpine pastures onto your plate.

Indulge in regional specialities, such as Pinzgauer Kasnocken, small pasta dumplings covered in cheese and onions, and the hearty Bauernkrapfen doughnuts filled with sauerkraut or jam. The sweet Salzburger Nockerl soufflé or the iconic Mozartkugeln, chocolate pralines filled with nougat and marzipan, make for ideal desserts.

With beer having a long history as a highly popular beverage in Salzburg, it comes as no surprise that the province is home to three historic breweries. Beer enthusiasts can enjoy guided tours of the Stiegl Brauwelt, the Augustiner Bräu, and the Trumer Privatbrauerei, complete with tastings, to immerse themselves in the rich brewing heritage of the region.