This tour is possible to only do between 1St May until 26th of October!
On this tour I will pick you up in our comfortable panorama glass roof vehicle and drive with you to the countryside. During the summer time (1st. May to 26th October) I drive directly to Werfen - a countryside village in the south of Salzburg. There you have the possibility to visit the Ice caves a enjoy a cable car ride up the mountain before entering. After that visit to the ice caves (takes ca. 2, 5hrs) in the mountain you return to the village of Werfen and have a look at the fortress's with it's falconry. The fortress has an over 900 years old history.
During winter time, when the ice caves are closed I offer you the saltmines in Hallein/Bad Dürrnberg instead(extra entrance fee). There you will see the mine and find a few adventures on your way (kids must be over 4 years).
Please note - the ice cave, the fortress and the saltmine have separate entrance fees. I will assist you at getting a discount and a skip-the line-ticket.
the wold largest Ice caves.
the fortress of Werfen
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: I will pick you up and drop you off at any agreed place within the city of Salzburg without any extra charges.
Duration: 8 hours
traffic jam for example in summer high season can cause some delay
you will be transported with our glass-roofed Mercedes/Jaguar air-conditioned car/van.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
55 EUR - Lunch
Entrances: fortress: 15€ + ice caves: 24€ for adults. Family and children tickets available. Also separate Entrance saltmine 21€ for adults (special prices for kids)
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Bernd was a truly amazing guide. He was on time and really flexible with our days plan due to inclement weather. He was wonderful with our children and careful about the way he shared information about WWII- so the kids wouldn't be frightened. He took us to 2 additional sights (summer tobagoning-which was awesome) and a Sound of Music detour. He also recommended a lovey restaurant that was off the beaten path with only locals and had amazing food. I highly recommend. He has a true wealth of knowledge!!