City, Day Trip / Out of Town, First Time Visitor, Local Experience
Kid Friendly: Yes.
You must be able to get in and out of a car.
Maximum travelers: 7
English (fluent), German (fluent), Spanish (fluent)
Explore Salzburg and its beautiful surroundings on the traces of the world famous musical "The Sound of Music". A professional guide will take you on this 8-hour private excursion showing you all the movie's locations that really interest you. This luxury, personalized tour is designed to give you the flexibility to pick and choose the venues.
Start your day with a Walk through the Mirabell gardens, famous across the world for the Do-Re-Mi scenes filmed here. Drive up to one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the city, immortalized in Do-Re-Mi, with a fantastic view over the entire city of Salzburg and its millennium fortress. Head back in the luxury minivan and drive past the horse baths and the festival halls on your way to Leopoldskron Palace. After a short stop at Leopoldskron, drive on to the palace of Hellbrunn where you will have the chance to visit the original gazebo and gardens. Then, leave the city and drive south into the stunning Bavarian mountains where the opening scene was filmed. Now is your chance to spin in the field, reenacting the opening scene.
Afterwards, head to the top of the Sound of Music trail, where the picnic scene from the movie was shot. Enjoy the magnificent panoramic view. The final portion of the tour will take you through the Austrian Lake District and to the "Sound of Music" wedding cathedral in Mondsee.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Any destination in the city of Salzburg
End location: Any destination in the city of Salzburg
Duration: 8 hours
Luxury Mercedes Minivan
•All taxes, fees and handling charges
•Hotel pickup and drop-off
•Transport by luxury Mercedes van
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 Euro - For food and drinks.
•Food and drinks
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We had a wonderful day with Thomas. He is very knowledgeable about the history of Austria. Highly recommend him as a tour guide.