Salzburg is another pretty town in the mountains – or at least there are mountains on one side of the city, as you can see from this view from the castle at the top of the town:
The museum in the castle had an impressive display about torture, including a number of instruments – another reminder that Europe has a history of incredible violence and inhumanity, even in a place with pretty streets like this:
There was another baroque cathedral too, this one a little on the fusty side. And the picture below is the house where Mozart was born; I didn’t go in because I figured that, although he wrote some amazing music, he might as well have been born in one house as in another…
Whatever is happening in other parts of Europe, there is certainly no shortage of money in Salzburg – tonight all the restaurants in all the squares are full of people eating and drinking, late into the evening.