Salzburg Citytour by Austriaguide
This is a walking tour through Salzburg starting in Mirabell. We will visit the gardens all the way to the Makart square, where is Mozart's residence. From there we will cross the river Salzach with great panoramas of both sides of the Oldtown. Next is then the Gedreidegasse with Mozart's Birthplace, the University square and the Festival houses. We continue through the monastery of Saint Peter towards the Cathedral of Salzburg. Passing the Residence square the tour ends at the Old Market square called Alter Markt just a block away from Mozart's Birthplace.
Walking Tour through the Mirabell Gardens, The Makart Square with Mozart's Residence, The Birthplace of Christian Doppler and Herbert von Karajan, Crossing the Maquart bridge with fantastic view of both sides of the Old Town, the main shopping street Getreidegasse, Mozart's Birthplace, the Universit Square with Universit Church, The Festival houses, Saint Peters Monastery, The Capital Square with Bishops residence, The Dome (cathedral), The Residence Square and the Old Market Square called Alter Markt.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet up at "Paris Lodron Strasse" "Busterminal Nord" or in the courtyard of Mirabell Palace, but I can also pick you up at your hotel.
End location: The tour ends at "Alter Markt". Of course I can explain how to get to your hotel by bus or order a taxi. Otherwise I will tell you what else you can do in the course of the day.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Tour can start any time between 08.00 a.m. to 08.00 p.m..
Guide Service. If the group arrives with a delay I will wait until 01 hour for the group. Group can be up to max. 40 people.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
24 EUR - 24,00-28,00 EUR for the Salzburg Card to get into any musuem.
Entrance fees for the sights like the fortress Hohensalzburg or Mozart's Birthplace etc.
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Didi was a wonderful guide that gave us ample information on the history of the city, pulled in his own personal history to make it more meaningful, gave highlights of where to go on our own afterward, and gave us excellent restaurant recommendations. I would highly recommend him to anyone considering a tour of Salzburg.