Real estate in Salzburg Mülln
Mülln - Part of the World Heritage Site of the City of Salzburg
Mülln is a small district of the city of Salzburg and lies to the left of the Salzach River and north of the historic center. Mülln borders Lehen to the west, Riedenburg to the south and Maxglan to the southwest. The old suburb Mülln, the inner Mülln, belongs to the world cultural heritage of the city of Salzburg.
Mülln is probably the oldest suburb of the medieval fortified city of Salzburg and developed from a mill village. The district was first mentioned in 790 as "ad molendina", 'by the mills'. These mills were fed by the overflow water of the Riedenburger Moor and the adjacent Wildmoos and by an arm of the Almkanal. Since the 12th century at the latest, the area and the settlement core at the northern end of the Mönchsberg has been called Mülln.
Today, almost all the mills in the Mülln area have disappeared, except for a few, such as the Stiftsmühle and Salzachmühle.
Exclusivity and proximity to the old town of Salzburg are the special features of this residential area in Salzburg. Surrounded by many single-family homes and villas, one lives particularly quietly in this location steeped in history.
Since 1621, perhaps Salzburg's best beer has been brewed in the Mülln district at the foot of the Mönchsberg. At the Augustiner Bräu, guests as well as locals meet to quench their hunger and thirst and to chat in a convivial atmosphere within the old walls of the former monastery or under the shady chestnut trees. The Bräustübl is today the largest beer restaurant. The beer comes from wooden barrels and is served in stone mugs. The food to go with it can be found in the various stalls of the "Schmankerlgang", which are arranged in the style of a traditional market hall. The Bräustübl is a place of encounter, of tradition - a piece of living history in the center of Salzburg's world cultural heritage.
In addition to the well-known and popular "Augustiner Bräu", however, there are many other unique gastronomic concepts and restaurant offerings in Mülln, such as the rustic Augustiner Braugasthof Krimpelstätter, the cozy traditional Bärenwirt, the exclusive Esszimmer or the trendy Magazin. The restaurant density is high - and diverse.
Mülln is "full of views"
From the Mönchsberg as well as from the Müllner Steg.
From the middle of the Müllner Steg, for example, the bridge that leads not far from Müllner Hügel and Müllner Kirche to the opposite bank of the Salzbach, a breathtaking view of Salzburg's old town and the surrounding Salzburg city mountains opens up. From here, one can admire the impressive entirety of Salzburg, which is largely Baroque and is also known as the "Rome of the North" due to its Italian-influenced buildings. The view sweeps here from the rococo onion tower of the collegiate church of St. Peter, over the mighty domes of the university church and the cathedral, over the town hall and carillon tower to the roof of the tower of the collegiate church of Nonnberg - and above it towers mightily and imposingly the landmark of Salzburg, the Hohensalzburg Fortress. On the Müllner Steg, the most beautiful photos of Salzburg's old town can be taken, especially in the evening light.
From Mülln all of Salzburg in sight
"I like Mülln. Yes, Mülln is a true little jewel of Salzburg. Starting from Mülln, Salzburg can be explored with the most beautiful and probably breathtaking city views. Either walking from Müllner Hügel over Müllner Steg with one of the most beautiful views of the old town or walking from Müllner Hügel over Mönchsberg towards Hohensalzburg Fortress. Also on this way there are innumerable views of the city, which could not be more beautiful and certainly decorate many photo albums and Instagram feeds, not only of guests and visitors to the Mozart city of Salzburg," Michael Denkstein is sure and still reveals that he likes to end his evening either in the Bräustüberl with a freshly tapped beer or dignified with a glass of wine in the vinotheque of the magazine.
And what else ... the Salzburg Provincial Hospital, also in Mülln, is one of the most renowned hospitals in Austria, and the Mönchsberg is not only the most popular city mountain, but also the most important local recreation area for the city's residents and, like the Salzburg cows. Yes, indeed, while walking on the Mönchsberg, it can happen that you look into the big googly eyes of a cow, while your gaze wanders to the legendary Unterberg. Could it get any kitschier? Hardly.
The Provincial Hospital is one of the most renowned hospitals in Austria and the Mönchsberg is the most popular city mountain and also the most important local recreation area for the city's residents.
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