The Europark is a shopping mall in the outskirts of Salzburg, not far from Liefering. It is the biggest shopping mall in the west of Austria and its modern architecture make it an attractive addition to the historic core of Salzburg. The building uses a lot of glass and open spaces. The Roman architect Massimiliano Fuksas’ won a competition in 1994, the original Europark was opened in September 1997 and the building was extended in 2004 until autumn 2005. It also includes parks and recreational areas in the surroundings and aims to make “shopping” a well-rounded experience. The addition to the Europark containes the so-called “Oval”, a section with a round stage and seats for 250 people. It aims to host cultural events such as concerts, cabaret or film festivals.
The different shops all have their own opening hours, but in general for the centre: Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 19:30 hr. And Saturday: 09:00 – 17:00 hr.
How to get there?
The Europark lies in the Taxham neighborhood of Salzburg, directly on to the highway A1 between Munich and Salzburg. By car: Autobahn A1, exit at Salzburg-Klessheim, from the Klesheimer Allee to the Peter-Pfenningerstrasse. Bus: Line 20 from Hanuschplatz or take the O-Bus line 1, directly from the train station. S-bahn: from direction Berchtesgaden or Schwarzach/St.Veit, stop at Station Salzburg Taxham Europark.