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 - Tourist 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.

18.03.2023: Kostenlose Sonderführungen der Fremdenführer „Starachitekt im Barock – Fischer von Erlach in Salzburg“
Wann: von 09:00 bis 16:00 Uhr im 10-Minuten-Takt
Wo: Priesterseminar/Dreifaltigkeitskirche
Ohne Voranmeldung!

26.01. – 05.02.2023: Mozart Week
Throughout the eleven days of Mozart celebration, beginning on 26 January 2023, we present his very first and his last three symphonies, his first and last violin sonatas, a journey through 7 his creative evolution in the piano sonatas, early opera arias and some of the great late ones, the C minor mass and the Requiem, his last composition, the first and last concertos for woodwind, all the violin concertos, some of his early piano concertos and his final ones, ballet music, divertimentos and serenades, all the quintets, early and late quartets, music for the horn, and a concertante, semi-staged version of the „Opera of all Operas“, as Kierkegaard called it: Don Giovanni. All these products of genius, performed by some of the greatest Mozart inter- preters of our time, are accompanied by our now beloved formats Trazom! and Music and Letters, talks with Mozart specialists and aspecial celebration of the first decade of the Mozart Children’s Orchestra, along with many more highlights. We are very much looking forward to our redesigned foyer, which we hope will become a meeting-place for performers and audi- ences.”

11.01.2023: Tagebuch Slam
In Abwandlung der beliebten Poetry Slams findet bereits zum 20. der „Tagebuch Slam“ im kleinen theater statt. Das Prinzip ist einfach und so unterhaltsam, dass bereits eine Staffel im ORF gezeigt wurde. Die mutigen TeilnehmerInnen lesen aus alten Tagebucheinträgen. Per Applaus wird der/die SiegerIn gekürt.
Kleines Theater | Schallmoser Hauptstraße 50 | 5020 Salzburg

What is the lost Generation? Who were they?
It was the art historian Rainer Zimmermann who coined the term “missing” or “lost” generation in 1980. He sees here a parallel to the concept of the “lost generation” of which Hannah Arendt and Gertrude Stein wrote in connection with the American writers of the 1920s. Zimmermann was referring to artists who were born between 1880 and 1915. Artists who attained a certain fame and recognition in the early 20thcentury, and who came from all corners of the Weimar Republic and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They were artists whom the Nazi regime refused to accept, denouncing them instead as “degenerate” and ostracising them, either because of their background, their faith, their political attitudes or one of many other reasons. Their works were destroyed, sold abroad, or – if they were lucky – hidden away and preserved. Their names are largely unknown today, as are their works. Their names are largely unknown today, as are their works. This collection is now bringing them back to life.
The collection comprises some 300 works, most of them oil paintings.
The elegant exhibition rooms let us peek into the extended living room of the collector Prof. Dr. Heinz Böhme. It exudes a cosy ambiance that invites one to linger. There are comfortable lounge areas, tables and stools that offer one the opportunity to sit and study the extensive literature around one.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 17:00 (extended opening hours during the Festivals).
Museum Kunst der Verlorenen Generation / Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 12 / 5020 Salzburg

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8 months 2 weeks ago

Kostenlose Sonderführung der Fremdenführer: „Stararchitekt im Barock - Fischer von Erlach in Salzburg“ 18.03.2023 09:00 - 16:00 im 10-Minuten- Takt Ohne Voranmeldung! . www.salzburgguide.info .

Salzburgguide.info - Antje Kurz is at Sacellum.

9 months 5 days ago

Heute bei einer Veranstaltung des #SalzburgerMuseumsverein: „DAS SACELLUM - VERBORGENER SCHATZ IN SALZBURG Das Sacellum war das erste Gebäude der 1622 gegründeten Salzburger Universität und