City, Museums / Culture, Shopping
Kid Friendly: Yes.
You must be able to get in and out of a car
Maximum travelers: 8
French (fluent), English (fluent), German (fluent), Spanish (fluent), Italian (fluent), Portuguese (fluent)
Walking and driving tour of Salzburg
This tour shows you the city center and it's surroundings. We start with a walking tour in down town. Visiting Mirabell Palace and it's Gardens, passing Mozart's Residence, the river Salzach and heading into the shopping street Getreidegasse. You will see the district of Salzburg Festivals, Saint Peter, Cathedral and Residence. If you want, you can purchase the Salzburg Card to visit the Musuems inside, such as Mozart's Birthplace, the fortress Hohensalzburg and the Dome quarter. Then we drive to the Palaces Hellbrunn, Fronburg and Leopoldskron. The mountain Untersberg, brewery Stiegl and Red Bull Hangar 7.
Tour includes Mirabellgardens, Makartsquare, River Salzach, Getreidegasse, Mozart's Birthplace, University, Festival houses, Saint Peter, Cathedral of Salzburg, Residence, Mozart's Square, Fortress Hohensalzburg, Mountain Mönchsberg, Abbey Nonnberg, Palace Hellbrunn, Palace Fronburg, Palace Leopoldskron, Brewery Stiegl and Hangar 7.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Train station, Bus terminal, Airport, Hotel, Mirabell or Nonntal
End location: Train station, Bus terminal, Airport, Hotel, Mirabell or Nonntal
Duration: 6 hours 30 min.
Driving part is in a luxury minivan which has space until 08 passengers.
Guided Walking tour with Austriaguide, Panorama driving tour in comfortable mini van, gas, insurance, toll and parking fees.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
27 Euro - 27 Euro would be the Salzburg Card for 24 hours per person. which gives you access to all the museums and sights of Salzburg.
Salzburg Card, any meals and drinks
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Didi was an excellent guide. Unfortunately, he didn't realize we'd purchased the Salzburg pass until later in our tour, so we were unable to take full advantage of the pass until late in the tour. It was still a great tour of Salzburg, and I would definitely recommend him for a day tour of the city. Didi was very knowledgeable about the history of the city and the various sites, and we saw so much more as a result than if we'd tried to see the sights on our own. Very thorough!