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Schloss Mirabell Classical Music Concert in Salzburg
"Head to Schloss Mirabell in the center of Salzburg and step inside for your concert. The inside of the palace is only accessible to the public by attending a concert such as this so you’ll see the palace’s grandeur that not many get to see.Built in 1606 for the Archbishop of Salzburg the palace was later burnt down in the city fire of 1818. Fortunately the two must-see areas of the palace – the Marble Hall (Marmorsaal) and the Donnerstiege -- were not harmed and they’ve retained their exquisite Baroque appeal.Walk past the Donnerstiege – a spectacular marble staircase adorned with sculptures – and then head into the Marble Hall. The opulent chandeliered room was once the Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietri as well as the place where Mozart’s father is said to have rehearsed.A host will show you to your seat inside the hall and then all that’s left to do is sit down and enjoy your 1-hour and 40-minute
From EUR31.00
 
Private Tour: Salzburg Lake District and Hallstatt from Salzburg
"After your Salzburg hotel pickup (or any other site in Salzburg) your journey will take you on an off the beaten track road to the village of old mills called Ebenau. Your first stop will be at the famous “Waschl Mill"" from the 17th century from where the drive will continue to Fuschl. Take a stunning photo of the castle of Fuschl with emerald Lake Fuschl in the background. The next highlight is Wolfgang Lake and the villages St. Gilgen and St. Wolfgang. Capture a picture of St. Wol in Bad Ischl. The drive will take you through Bad Ischl which is famous for the “Kaiser” (Emperor) Villa and the Café Zauner and on to Bad Goisern and Hallstatt. Having reached Hallstatt and the highlight of this full day tour
From EUR750.00
 
Private Day Trip to Salzburg from Vienna
"'Sound of Music fan or not: Take advantage of your stay in Vienna and visit Salzburg. With a friendly driver you depart from your hotel in Vienna in a private limousine or minivan. The scenery on the way to Salzburg is breathtaking: You pa see the peaks of the Alps from afar and finally reach the Austrian lake district. Take pictures of the region’s gorgeous mountain lakes and villages and visit the locations from „The Sound of Music“! In Salzburg you will be joined by a local expert guide who will take you on an exte the colorful gardens of the Mirabell Palace (the 'DoReMi' song was filmed here) the cemetery of the abbey of St. Peter (the Trapp-family hid there) the festival area the Archbishop’s Palace and the cathedral. After the walking tour spend a couple of hours in Salzburg for lunch
From EUR990.00

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The Johannesbergkapelle

On the hill overlooking the Pfarrkirche of Traunkirchen is a spire called the Johannesbergkapelle (Johannesberg Chapel). No one is quite sure when the chapel was built. The earliest mention of it in...
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The Traunsee

The Traunsee is the deepest lake in Austria. It's maximum depth is 192 meters (630 ft.). The eastern flank of this lake is dominated by rocky crags, particularly Traunstein. Several resorts are strung...
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Traunstein, always overlooking the Traunsee

Traustein is the largest of the mountains around the Traunsee. It stands at 1691 meters (5548 feet). Because of it's sheer sides, it is very difficult mountain to climb. In fact, a number of mountain...
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Cemetary of the Parish Church

The Cemetary of the Parish Church is not exactly what I would call a must see activity, but what I do find quite worthwhile to see are the various grave stones. In most cases, the typical stones are...
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The High Altar of the Parish Church

The High Altar of the parish church is worth seeing for its depiction of the coronation of Mary. It was built in 1754 by the jesuits and is still quite impressive. The church also has some side altars...
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Pfarrkirche Traunkirchen

The parish church of Traunkirchen was originally built way back in 1020 by Benedictan nuns who came from the ErinKloster (a convent in Salzburg) to Traunkirchen and erected the oldest convent in Upper...
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The Fischerkanzel

The Fischerkanzel (Fisherman's pulpit) is one of the main points of interest in Traunkirchen. It was carved in 1753 from wood decorated with silver and gold, it portrays the New Testament scene of the...
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