Prince Archbishop Markus Sittikus commissioned the Hellbrunn Palace in 1612 shortly after taking the throne. The palace is noted as one of the finest Rennaissance buildings north of the Alps although the main attraction for most visitors are the famous trick fountains in the palace’s water gardens.
- Fürstenweg 37, 5020 Salzburg
- Website www.hellbrunn.at
- Admission €10.50
- Open 27 Mar–30 Apr 9am–4.30pm daily; 1 May–30 Jun 9am–5.30pm daily; 1 Jul–31 Aug 9am–9pm daily; 1–30 Sep 9am–5.30pm daily; 1 Oct–1 Nov 9am–4.30pm daily