Cityhotel Trumer Stube
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCityhotel Trumer Stube Salzburg
Nice hotel close to old city. Wonderful receptionist. The room was clean but very cozy, had a slope in the room but the view of the cathedral spiral was perfect.
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