Going to Salzburg by car is a nice experience but a bit hard find a cheap parking space in the town surround area. What I did was pass the tunnel that from the town centre is taking you at the other side of the rock/hill to then find a multi-storey parking.
From this multi-storey then you can go out using the pedestrian tunnel that actually will take you close this fountain that was used for the king's horses (this is what I have been told).
Left that part finally we went on the main pedestrian street plenty of restaurants, shops and on the right hand side you can find a senape colour building that has a SPAR supermarket below (I don't know how much they have paid to be there) that is Mozart's house, now a museum.
Left behind Mozart's museum, I have reached another square where I bought the Brezen or Pretzel how other countries call it. It was very tasty and soft and was just above 1 euro :)
It wasn't still lunch time so we went to another square that was the main square where there was the most famous church in the city that I couldn't visit as the access was limited because a manifestation held in front of it. There were so many horses and clearly you could see it from the picture but you could smell it if you were there too LOL
After a nice and long walk, after shopping and having visited few places we decided to stop into one of those restaurant in town centre to taste one of the famous and characteristic dishes that is the breaded meat (similar to the cotoletta milanese), boiled potatoes and some jam on the side plate. After that we went out to walk alongside the river till the bridge with thousands of locks and then being very tired we went back home.