Rent office in well-off Salzburg
Salzburg, on the banks of the Salzach River, is the fourth-largest city in Austria. Its powerful service, commercial, transportation, and tourist industries create financial well-being for more than 150 thousand of the inhabitants. Moreover, it is in the vanguard of Austria’s economic growth. Therefore, it is one of the best cities for investment with a great business culture. W.A. Mozart airport is number two in Austria. Apart from this, the city has a modern rail and road network.
Big brands and innovation
Such international players as Spar AG(trade), Porsche (automobile manufacturing), Alpine Bau (construction and engineering), Red Bull (energy drinks), Sony DADC(optical media), etc., prefer to rent office space here. Overall, there are more than 150 high-tech companies in the region.
It is worth mentioning that the innovation climate is strongly supported by the local government. Without a doubt, sharing ideas and best practices is an accelerating trend. For instance, such organizations as CoWorking Space Salzburg, Techno-Z, and Startup Salzburg contribute greatly to this culture of entrepreneurial cross-fertilization.
Salzburg is the capital of the eponymous federal state. It is predominately mountainous terrain with magnificent views of the Eastern Alps. The city itself has two hills -the Capuzinerberg (left bank) and the Mönchsberg (right bank). Interestingly, its name means “salt fortress” due to salt mining in the area.
People come here to admire not only the scenic Alps but also the city’s baroque architecture. Like in many European cities, the old town (Altstadt) is a pedestrian area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most famous buildings here are the Benedictine Abbey, the Franciscan church, the Residenz (former archbishop’s residence), the Festspielhaus (main concert hall), and the Mirabell castle. The latter is situated in the heart of the city and is surrounded by beautiful Mirabell gardens.
In addition, the city is the birthplace of Mozart. Music lovers honor the composer during an annual summer music festival. It attracts thousands of people from all over the world.