There is, as you might expect plenty of eating out options in and around the city centre and old town.

During the busy summer and winter seasons stalls and eateries pop up all over to cater for the crowds. You will also find a multitude of diverse international cuisine for the family. If, however, you are a little more adventurous try the local Austrian fare at one of Salzburg’s Inns. Delicious soups, roast pork, wiener schnitzel, goulash, sauerkraut and potato dumplings are dished up for your main course. Strudels and other Germanic style desserts await to be tried. All this can be washed down with a local beer or some of the remarkably clear local spring water. Most Inns are buggy friendly and accommodating towards children. Nearly all will have high chairs. Alter Fuchs and Bärenwirt are two great examples.

There is no need to be nervous when it comes to food for your children in Salzburg. Snacks, light meals, lunch on the go, it’s all available. The city, in general, is set up well for the influx of tourist during the winter and summer seasons. The variety and accessibility of food available is proof of this.