Roll up your sleeves for an Austrian cooking class in Salzburg, and create two of the country’s favourite desserts: apple strudel and Salzburger Nockerl, a light soufflé what mirrows Salzburg’s baroque atmosphere. Under the guidance of a chef, you’ll stretch pastry and mix ingredients as you learn about the food and chat with the rest of the group. As a bonus, a hearty bowl of goulash soup is served before you eat your creations.
The Klausentor was the city border in the 18th century and the Kaverne was serving as the Tollgate to the old town. The 500 years old cave, engraved in the Mönchsberg mountain spread an unique and scenic charme to its visitors. The location is in the city center.