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 - 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.

22.08.2021: Der Sonntagsspaziergang “Die Salzburger Durchhäuser”
Sie gehören zu dieser Stadt wie der Dom und die Festung.
Verborgene Schätze und unendlich viele interessante Geschichten aus
Vergangenheit und Gegenwart – lassen Sie sich überraschen!
Wir führen Sie in Kleingruppen bis zu 15 Personen.
Anmeldung unbedingt erforderlich! Am Besten Sie schreiben eine Mail unter: dersonntagsspaziergang@gmx.at oder Sie rufen uns unter 0662 840406 (Montag bis Freitag von 9.00 bis 12.00 Uhr) an.
Treffpunkt: 15:00 vor der Kollegienkirche
Kosten: € 15,00 pro Person

22. – 26.09.2021: 44th Salzburger Rupertikirtag
Im September ist es endlich wieder so weit: Nach corona-bedingter einjähriger Pause findet dieses Jahr vom 22. bis 26. September 2021 zum 44. Mal das traditionsreiche Domkirchweihfest zu Ruperti auf den malerischen Plätzen rund um den Salzburger Dom statt. Gefeiert werden die Tage um den 24. September, den Namenstag des Salzburger Landespatrons Rupert. Tradition, Brauchtum, Handwerkskunst, Tracht, Schaustellerei, Musik und kulinarischer Genuss repräsentieren die lebendige Vielfalt der Salzburger Volkskultur. Der Salzburger Rupertikirtag mit seinem unterhaltsamen kulturellen Rahmenprogramm mitten im Herzen der Altstadt erfreut sich alljährlich großer Beliebtheit bei Einheimischen und Stadtbesuchern.

14. – 17.10.2021: Jazz & The City
What has been self-evident for 20 years is hard to imagine in times like these: 25,000 festival visitors, full hotels and restaurants, improvised music everywhere, concerts without distancing or people dancing and celebrating in large halls.
Nevertheless, we wouldn’t be a jazz festival if we didn’t also deal with this situation in a very playful way. And so we have developed an adapted concept that gives us the greatest possible freedom and tries out new performative formats: open, spontaneous and flexible. At this festival we invite you to look behind the scenes of the old town, discover new music and let yourself drift.
We are looking forward to a weekend full of music, art, improvisation, food and lots of good times with good people – indoor and outdoor.

17.07. – 31.08.2021: Salzburg Festival
100 years young was to be the guiding motto for a packed programme of celebrations to mark the centenary of the Salzburg Festival in summer 2020. However, the pandemic intervened and led to the most momentous challenge that has faced our society since the end of World War II. Never before has cultural life been so severely restricted in democratic countries during times of peace. In light of the crisis, the Festival took the decision to realize a modified and shortened version of the centenary programme. As it did in its inaugural season 100 years ago, the Festival was able to set another bold example for the arts. The projects that could not take place in the 2020 centenary will now be realized in summer 2021 — thereby extending the Festival’s centennial season until autumn 2021.

26.09. – 19.10.2021: Salzburger Kulturtage 2021
The Music Festival in Autumn: “Experience”
Diverse impressions and extraordinary experiences: Art pipes and piano concert, music and culinary, singer-songwriter and classical, saxophone quartet and orchestra or nature experience and inspiration. In addition to the Week of Austrian Orchestras, the Salzburg Culture Days 2021 present conscious moments for surprising new views of the worlds and beings of music.
With, among others, SIGNUM saxophone quartet, Mozarteumorchester Salzburg, Bachchor Salzburg, Riccardo Minasi, Kate Aldrich, The Erlkings, Bruckner Orchester Linz, Markus Poschner, Nikolaus Habjan, Orchester der Salzburger Kulturvereinigung, Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck, Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich, Roland Essl und dem Mozarteum Quartett.

05.09., 07.+14.+15.+30.10., 04.+05.+19.+28.11., 03.+29.+30.12.2021: Der Tatortreiniger
Wenn alle anderen weg sind, der Mörder, die Kriminalbeamten, die Spurensicherung, wenn nur noch die Leiche da ist, schlägt seine Stunde! Dann kommt »Schotty«. Dann wird das entfernt, was keiner mehr braucht und was keiner sehen will. Die Reste der Verbrechen. Seien die Orte auch noch so grauenvoll, »Schotty« schreckt nichts. Es ist eine Wissenschaft. Mit Bürsten, Schrubbern, Seife, Schwämmen und chemischen Substanzen betritt er die Tatorte und putzt. Vor allem braucht er aber Empathie und Geistesgegenwärtigkeit. Denn »Schotty« ist nie allein. Er begegnet völlig fremden Menschen. Hinterbliebenen oder Bekannten der Opfer, Leuten, die zufällig vorbeikommen oder den Geistern der Ermordeten. Alle befinden sich in emotionalen Ausnahmezuständen. Sie wollen reden, alles mal grundsätzlich klären. »Schotty« wird zur alltagsphilosophischen Projektionsfläche, muss erläutern, trösten und die Dinge wieder in Ordnung bringen. Am Anfang stand ein Experiment. Aber »Der Tatortreiniger« wurde zu einem Kulthit. 2012 bereits mit dem Grimme-Preis gekrönt, stieg die Nachfrage des immer zahlreicher werdenden begeisterten Publikums rasant.
Kleines Theater | Schallmoser Hauptstraße 50 | Salzburg

Permanent exhibition: MUSEUM ART OF THE LOST GENERATION
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

until 17.04.2022: CITY OF DREAMS. SALZBURG AROUND 1920
Salzburg is a city like nowhere else. This has to do with its history and culture. Also with its architecture and the city’s overall setting. Salzburg is not only a powerful magnet for tourists today, but also before and during the 1920s, its magic appeal attracted many people to the city. Some of them moved from the big cities to settle in this small but picturesque city on the Salzach river. Others came as visitors and became faithful friends of the city. Accelerated by the Salzburg Festival, tourism constantly increased, and Salzburg became an internationally famous brand. What impression did the city make on its visitors at the time, and what did people actually see when they looked down on Salzburg from the Gaisberg or Mönchsberg? What views and insights do the artistic documents of this time give us? What was new and upcoming? What was forgotten? The exhibition gathers together picturesque views, visions drawn on paper and historical photographs to show an age in which much was on the move. Join us on a trip to the Salzburg of the 1920s!
PANORMA MUSEUM | MOZARTPLATZ 1 | SALZBURG

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