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4 room apartment and more, Salzburg

Exclusive apartment Andräviertel

Object number: VT11
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Style is a matter of time...
This finely furnished apartment in Salzburg's Andräviertel allows you to experience the festival city on foot.
Living space
Maximum occupancy
4 Persons
Complete accommodation help
1 private bathroom 2 Separated bedrooms
1. floor
09:00 - 16:30
09:00 - 12:00

Sleeping options

Bedroom 1

1x Double bed (1,80 m x 2 m)
Bedroom 2

1x Double bed (1,80 m x 2 m)

Descripiton of accommodation

Equipment features

Basic equipment
  • Terrace
  • Roof-terrace
  • Internet/Wifi
  • Music system/docking station
  • TV
  • Private washing machine
  • Private dryer
  • Bedclothes
  • Towels
  • Private toilet
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Cleaning utensils
  • Hairdryer

First supply
  • Toilet paper
  • Nespresso capsules

  • Private kitchen
  • Cooking utensils
  • Glasses/Tableware
  • Espresso machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave


  • Suitable for children
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Short-term parking zone subject to a charge
  • Private entrance
  • Pets on request
  • Regular cleaning at extra cost


150 meters
1200 meters
12 kilometers
1500 meters
190 meters

Salzburg can also be urban. The Andräviertel is the best example of this. This is where Salzburg's creative minds step in and stroll through the tree-lined Franz-Josef-Strasse, almost as if you were in Vienna or Paris.
Who or what is the Andräviertel?
Like many European cities, Salzburg was surrounded by a city wall for a long time. In the middle of the 19th century, however, this became superfluous due to modern warfare and was therefore removed. The stones were used to regulate the Salzach and new space was created on the former city wall, which was very welcome in view of the increasing population. Since the construction of the Andrächurch, this part of Salzburg's new town has been called the Andräviertel.
Characteristic of the Andräviertel are the imposing town houses, many of which were designed by the famous architect Valentin Ceconi. The oldest of these are the so-called Faber houses on Rainerstrasse. They are kept in the so-called Ringstrasse style and ensure the characteristic Viennese flair of the Andräviertel.

House rules

This accommodation is currently not offered and therefore cannot be rented!