From late baroque to rococo – St. Sebastian’s Church


St. Sebastian’s Church & Cemetery: two architectural highlights in Salzburg

St. Sebastian’s Church & Cemetery belong to those sights of Salzburg people don’t necessarily know, although being absolutely worth a visit: designed on the model of Italian “campi santi”, St. Sebastian’s Cemetery adjacent to the homonymous church still evokes a kind of Mediterranean atmosphere. It is of course worth a visit especially during
the warm season but can be visited all the year round. The site with its arched tombs is the last resting place of Mozart’s parents, among others, and also prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich was laid to rest in a very magnificent burial site.

St. Sebastian’s Church & Cemetery in Salzburg: from late baroque to rococo

Today’s St. Sebastian’s Church can be visited during the opening hours, independently of religious services. Late baroque and rococo elements melt into a unique building. Particular sights include the altarpiece with a sun-crowned Madonna from 1611, by Hans Waldburger, the grille fencing by Philip Hinterseer from 1752, and the splendid rococo portal.

Discovering St. Sebastian’s Church & Cemetery – with the hotel “Der Salzburger Hof”

Our hotel “Der Salzburger Hof” captivates its guests with friendly service, excellent comfort, and its prime location: from here, you may discover (almost) all highlights of our beautiful city in a short space of time.