Fortress Hohensalzburg, Mirabell Gardens, Getreidegasse and more...
You will be picked up at your hotel at 9 am in our comfy Mercedes Van and we drive towards my beautiful home country Austria. Upon arrival we will first take a stroll through the lovely inner city - seeing the birth house of the famous " wonder child " Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and visiting some of the lovely churches in Salzburg (founded in the 9Th Century by the Irish Saint Ruprecht ) . - especially the magnificent Salzburg Dome. Our Lunch Options include a charming outdoor market, or any of the wonderful restaurants with famous Austrian cuisine. In the afternoon we take the cable car up to visit the Salzburg fortress. Afterwards a stroll through famous St. Peter Graveyard with many sites from the famous Movie " Sound of Music". We arrive back at your hotel around 6:30 in the evening.
Pick up at your hotel at 9 am . Drive to Salzburg for a truly unforgettable day. We see all the major sites of " Sound of Music " and W. A. Mozart - in addition great shopping in Getreidegasse and magnificent churches. After Lunch a possible visit to Fortress Hohensalzburg, going up via cogwheel train. Back at your hotel at 6:30 pm.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up at your Munich hotel
End location: Drop off at your Munich hotel
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
Transportation in nice comfy Mercedes Van with lots of legroom and A/C
Pick up and return to Hotel
Experienced and friendly Driver/Guide
A unforgettable Day in Salzburg
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Euro - Food, Beverages and Souvenirs
Elevator Mönchsberg for great view 3.- Euro pp
12.- Hohensalzburg Castle
30 Euro - Food, Beverages and Souvenirs
Entrance to Fortress Hohensalzburg 9,50 pp
Entrance to Mozart Birth house
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Bridget makes you feel immediately welcome, comfortable and ready to start your adventure. On this day we were off to Salzburg, which included an ode to Sound of Music and Mozart. We enjoyed the sights and tastes of Salzburg! Thanks Bridget!