Excursions in Salzburg
Visiting the fascinating and picturesque Berchtesgaden area, across the German border in Bavaria, is an opportunity that no visitor to Salzburg should go without. Leaving Salzburg, we pass by Hellbrunn and cross the border into Germany. After we drive past the salt mines, our first stop is Lake Königssee.
Discover the bewitching beauty of Salzburg with this flexible hop-on hop-off bus tour. Admire the city's grand 17th and 18th century houses and its magnificent palaces and gardens. This tour will allow you to see all the important sights of the town in a round trip with 13 convenient stops. The architectural jewel of Austria, Salzburg has a lot to offer to visitors. See all the main attractions, hopping on and off the coach as you like for a tour of the town at your own pace.
This tour gives you a perfect combination of fascinating history and memorable natural scenery. Pass over the border into Bavaria near the salt mines, and drive up to the former village of Obersalzberg, which was once used as a base for the Third Reich and is where Hitler, Göring and Bormann used to own property.
See all the important sights in a one-hour round-trip tour. Luxurious coaches allow you to enjoy an informative commentary in seven languages, offering a headset for each seat. Get to know the city of Salzburg in a single hour: Mozarteum, Makart Square, Trinity Church, Regional Theatre, City Hall, Old Town, Capuchin Monastery, Mozart Square, Kajetan Church, Law Courts, Steingasse, Museum of Modern Art, House of Nature, St. Blasius,...
Prepare yourselves for an amazing ice experience, with an average temperature in summer of 0 degrees Celsius! This is your opportunity to walk through the Ice Caverns accompanied by a local guide. The Ice Caves at Werfen are the largest in the world, and this tour offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to admire the natural ice sculptures within this world of ice giants!
The tour begins by the Palace of Mirabell built in the year 1606 for the Archbishop Wolf Dietrich and is today home to the office of the local Mayor and city offices. And the tour finishes in Mozart Square where see the famous Mozart statue, Cathedral, Old Residence of the Archbishops and the Fortress Hohensalzburg. The impressive fortress offers fabulous views over the city and an insight into life in the city in past years.
Take this morning tour to discover all the sights of Salzburg. Begin at the Palace of Mirabell, built in 1606 and which today houses the town hall, before passing the Mozarteum, one of the worlds most prestigious music academies. The tour finishes in Mozart Square, where you will see the famous Mozart statue, the Cathedral, the Old Residence of the Archbishops and the Fortress Hohensalzburg.
Mirabell Palace is built in 1606 by Archbishop Wolf Dietrich and is home to the mayor's office and local offices of the city. And Mozart's Square, where the famous statue of Mozart, the Cathedral, the former residence of the archbishops and the fortress of Hohensalzburg.
This combination of two of the most popular Salzburg tours offers you the chance to study fascinating history as you take in the memorable scenery around you. Cross the border into Bavaria to the former village of Obersalzberg, which was once used as a base for the Third Reich. Board a special bus for a breathtaking journey up the four-mile road to the Eagles Nest, or Kehlsteinhaus, the famous mountain retreat of Adolf Hitler.
Relive the true story of the von Trapp family which was filmed as the Sound of Music in and around Salzburg. The tour which has been Salzburgs most popular tour for over 35 years, is a combination of both this historical city and the breathtaking Salzkammergut -Lakes and Mountains area - also a famous musical and cultural centre.
This tour offers those guests who have a very limited time in the city the opportunity to see as much as possible in a short space of time. The tour finishes in Mozarts Square where the famous Mozart Statue is, plus being close by to the Cathedral, Old Residence of the Archbishops and many more sights. Ideal for getting to know the major sights of both the New and Old parts of this amazing city.
With this tour enchant with the Land of Music. Travelling via Hof and Fuschl the first stop will be in St. Gilgen before travelling a little further on to St. Wolfgang. There find many delights including the local church with its famous winged altar from the 15th century by Michael Pacher and the Hotel White Horse Inn; the setting for the famous operetta Im Weissen Rössl.
Starting in the city of Salzburg pass by the area of Hellbrunn, taking directly to the Salt mines. Before entering the mine dress like a miner (protective clothing provided) and then travel by miners train into the heart of the mountain. Once inside this remarkable underground world the knowledgeable local miner/guide amaze with tales of the history of the salt, how it was mined, transported and used.