Welcome!

My name is Antje Kurz. I am a state-certified tourist guide and look forward to showing you Salzburg and its beautiful surroundings.

Take a look around my page, click through hand-picked event tips and be inspired by what you can discover in Salzburg.

On my Facebook page I try – always up-to-date – to point out highlights from Salzburg and the surrounding area. The last entries of my fan page can be found at the end of the page and, of course, automatically when you like my page.

A particularly good insight into my work and the little secrets is offered by a small film (just below), which I created together with my daughter.

Antje Kurz - Fremdenführerin/Guide

Salzburg is unique – a cinematic insight into my work

Suggestions and tips for Salzburg

Daily: Fairtours Salzburg – Individual Best Of
Salzburg’s guides offer a two-hour morning tour of Salzburg’s Old Town daily in German and English for a fair € 10 per person. This tour explores new paths and hidden squares of the city. Interested guests can get to know the city of Mozart from different perspectives, the main attractions are also included in this tour.
Guided tours start daily at 10 a.m. at the main entrance in front of Mirabell Palace. Registration not required.

07.09.2019: Spaziergang durch Mülln
Das Evangelische Bildungswerk Salzburg bietet am Samstag, den 7. September einen weiteren Spaziergang durch Mülln an.
Es werden nicht nur Augustiner Bräu und vor allem der Gasthof Krimplstätter näher vorgestellt, wir möchten auch Einrichtungen in Mülln bekannt machen, die man in Salzburg sonst wenig kennt. Die Akademie für Naturheilkunde lädt uns in das Haus Müllner Hauptstrasse 28 ein. Ein Stück der alten Müllner Geschichte wird hier sichtbar. Abschluss bildet ein Besuch des ehemaligen Wohnhauses der Luisenschwestern. Diakon John Reves wird sich Zeit nehmen, um das Byzantinische Gebetszentrum vorzustellen.
Es erwartet Sie eine ungewöhnliche und vielfältige Führung. Es führt Antje Kurz.
Treffpunkt: Augustinergasse, Eingang Müllner Bräu um 14.00 Uhr
Unkostenbeitrag: € 10,00/Person

until 31.08.2019: Salzburg Festival
In 2019, we hope to kindle your interest and curi­osity in myths from antiquity, which the Festival co­founder Hugo von Hofmannsthal saw as a ‘magic mirror’. Mythical tales from long ago still raise ever­relevant questions about human exist­ence, addres sing themes of war, flight, sacrifice, revenge, guilt and atonement.

until 11.08.2019: Salzburger Strassentheater “Alles Heilige: Eine weihnachtliche Sommerkomödie von Stephan Lack – World Premiere”
For the first time in its long history, the Salzburg Street Theatre is taking a play on its own,
or better on the cart, write.
The Viennese author Stephan Lack chooses an unusual comedy theme for “Alles Heilige”: the Salzburg Advent. The Advent business is tough. Melanie and Josef, head of an Advent choir, also know this. Son Lukas is also part of the family business. But the teenager finally wants to get away from the eternal song: in a casting show he not only seeks happiness, but also the answer to the question whether Josef really is his biological father – or yet hit god Frank Fahrich.
In any case, this year’s Advent game is not under a good star: Josef bursts into rehearsals with a surprising announcement, and the choir singers are literally stuck in the throat of the contemplation.
The summer Christmas comedy “All Saints” asks how values define us – and thereby reveals similarities with another, two thousand-year-old family history …
Dates and venues

until 31.08.2019: Salzburg Festival
In 2019, we hope to kindle your interest and curi­osity in myths from antiquity, which the Festival co­founder Hugo von Hofmannsthal saw as a ‘magic mirror’. Mythical tales from long ago still raise ever­relevant questions about human exist­ence, addres sing themes of war, flight, sacrifice, revenge, guilt and atonement.

until 03.11.2019: Fly Me to the Moon. The Lunar Landing, 50 years later
“July 21, 2019, will bring the fiftieth anniversary of the first time a human set foot on the moon – an excellent occasion to examine the epoch-making event through the lens of art and take stock. Like few achievements before it, the moon landing changed humanity’s relationship with its environment. Seeing the Earth from space created unprecedented awareness of the fragility of our existence; the blue planet itself became an emblem of life and its vulnerability.”
MdM Museum der Moderne / Mönchsberg 32 / Salzburg

until 17.11.2019: Sigalit Landau. Salt Years
“For the past fifteen years, the sculptor and video and installation artist Sigalit Landau (b. 1969) has repeatedly revisited the Dead Sea as a source of inspiration and laboratory. It has been the setting of the gestation of many of her works – in particular, various mundane objects that she “baptizes” by immersing them in the world’s saltiest sea for months until, covered by salt crystals, they are transformed into objects of mesmerizing, haunting beauty. Landau’s powerful and multifaceted works often probe questions of female identity and bodily experience, and explore themes such as the shadows cast by the Holocaust; the tense political situation in Israel; and complex issues of justice, structural violence, and the economic exploitation of nature. Combining a poetic aura with striking symbolism, her deeply moving creations reveal, with profound ambivalence, the transformative, sustaining, and healing properties of salt, as well as its destructive power.”
MdM Museum der Moderne / Mönchsberg 32 / Salzburg
Rupertinum / Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 9 / Salzburg

– 12.01.2020: GOLDEN TIMES. 17th-century Dutch painting

“Holland is celebrating its Dutch Golden Age. The Residenzgalerie Salzburg follows suit, presenting highlights of European painting.
Seventy masterpieces from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the Residenzgalerie Salzburg will be presented.
Exceptional economic and socio-political conditions provided fertile ground for the heyday of Dutch painting in the 17th century. During this period, known as the Gouden Eeuw/Golden Age, the art of painting attained a quality unprecedented in this range of genres.”
DomQuartier Salzburg / Residenzplatz 1/Domplatz 1a / 5020 Salzburg

– 06.04.2020: From Bernini to Rubens. Roman Baroque from the Rossacher Collection
“Rome is regarded as the birthplace of the Baroque, the last art movement to spread throughout Europe. The Rossacher Collection includes some sketches for paintings that were to become key works of this period. Works by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) and his studio are represented as well as by his competitor Alessandro Algardi (1598-1654). A design by Peter Paul Rubens (1580-1640) shows his most important Roman mission.”
DomQuartier Salzburg / Residenzplatz 1/Domplatz 1a / 5020 Salzburg

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