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1. Salzburg 2.5-Hour Walking Tour: Mozart, Old Town & More
Explore the heart of the city of Salzburg. Starting at Palace Mirabell, you will explore the sights here. The palace was built under the reign of the famous baroque prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Reitenau for his mistress Salome Alt and their 15 children. At the Makartplatz, next to the Palace Mirabell, you will see the Mozart Residence. You will explore the New Town and this side of the river before crossing the bridge “Makartsteg” to arrive at the Old Town of Salzburg. While here we will get to Salzburg’s most famous street, the Getreidegasse, which is especially renowned for its wrought iron trade signs and Mozart’s Birthplace. Stroll through Salzburg’s Old Town to admire its historical buildings, such as the medieval apartments and churches that were built from the Middle Ages to the baroque time, and conclude the tour with a panoramic view from Mönchsberg Hill with a free gui...
The guide was absolutely amazing! June showed us all the amazing little hidden gems that Salzburg has! She is ever so knowledgeable. You can tell she really loves the city, which is what made the tour even better. She really wants you to feel/see all the reasons why she fell in love with the city as well. She tailored the tour towards the key monuments we wanted to see since it was just our little group! I definitely recommend this tour to anyone wanting to enjoy Salzburg’s beauty as well as it’s history!
2. From Passau: Salzburg Half-Day Tour
First, get picked up from your hotel in Passau and board a comfortable coach. Set off on a relaxing scenic drive through Salzburger Land, an area known for its spectacular green countryside and mountain views. After 1.5 hours, arrive in the charming city of Salzburg and embark on a 2-hour sightseeing walking tour. As you explore the historic city streets, discover many of the iconic sights and attractions that have made this Austrian city famous. Next, head over to the Mirabell Palace, and take a stroll through the astounding gardens. Then, head over to Getreidegasse which is well known for its incredible shopping opportunity. See the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and try the very famous "Mozart Kugeln". Savor these delicious typical chocolates which are made with pistachio, marzipan, and nougat. Finally, return to the coach where you will begin the return ...
3. Salzburg City & Christmas Markets Tour with Mulled Wine
Enjoy a Christmas walk through the lovely city of Salzburg, with your certified and experienced guide, they will tell you about local history, (seasonal) culture, music, and more. You are greeted by the smells of local food and drink at the Christmas market of Palace Mirabell, then you continue through the nearby Mirabell Garden - a beautiful place to sing a song or two. Stroll by Salzburg's main sights, with their historic backgrounds, all the way to Residenzplatz Square, and enjoy the lovely atmosphere of Christmas trees, market stalls, smells, and decorations, as you learn many things about this fascinating city from your guide. As the tour comes to an end, you can dwell at the famous Christkindl Christmas-market with your guide, discussing the many things there are yet to see here during your holiday. As your ways part, accept a small gift package from your guide, as a reminder to...
4. Berchtesgaden and Salzburg: Krampus Multi-Day Trip
The cities of Berchtesgaden and Salzburg are perfect places to experience the unique Krampus Christmas celebrations. On this 2-night trip with two nights accommodation, enjoy guided tours, visits to Christmas markets, and more. Krampus originates from centuries of Pagan festivals and is by far the most unique Christmas celebration ever. Get the opportunity to experience Krampus parades, Krampus lairs, and the wickedly fun Krampus beatings. To start the trip, take off from Munich to Berchtesgaden where you will stay at the centrally located Hotel AlpinRos. Spend the afternoon in nearby Salzburg with a Christmas market tour, Krampus parade, and city tour. The next day, after breakfast, visit the local salt mine and be transported 150 meters below the earth’s surface for a tour and lesson in salt production. Have lunch at the salt mine before going on an afternoon tasting and tour with ...
5. Salzburg: Sightseeing Transfer to Prague via Cesky Krumlov
Following a pickup from your hotel in Salzburg, travel to the town of Cesky Krumlov, located in the South Bohemia region of the country. Explore the historic center on a 1.5 to 2-hour guided walking tour and learn more about the Cesky Krumlov Castle, the symbol of the town. Inside the grounds, you’ll find a rococo garden and an extensive bridge over a deep gap in the rock upon which the castle is built. Admire the Castle that consists of many defined parts dating from different periods. Then, enjoy 2 hours of free time to explore the city. Indulge in the local food scene and grab some lunch in one of the charming local cafés, or do some souvenir shopping. Later, you’ll be picked up from the city center and continue the journey to Prague, arriving in the early evening.
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The guide, Alenka (I hope I spelt the name right) was delightful, fun, personable and made the trip fun and memorable. Some of the visitors on the van were amazing singers and made the trip even better. If you are ever in Salzburg, take the tour! Thankful!
David was our tour guide. He was enthusiastic when sharing his knowledge of The Sound of Music. His sense of humor was fantastic. Evo was our driver and he played along with David. They make a great team.
We enjoyed this evening. The team of the restaurant is soooo welcoming and kind! The panoramic view worth this money. And music ..was just amazing, like all of Mozart! I recommend this program!
Great opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful Austrian city when you visiting Munich.
It's a must for people like me who grew up watching this movie on a regular basis.