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Private Tour of Melk Hallstatt and Salzburg from Vienna
"We will take you on a private ride to the West of Austria to the famous lake district. With a first stop at a Benedictine abbey above the town of Melk Lower Austria which is on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Danube river adjoining the Wachau valley.The abbey contains the tomb of Saint Coloman of Stockerau and the remains of several members of the House of Babenberg Austria's first ruling dynasty. Your driver will take you to the top of Abbey where you will have a great view of the town Melk nearby gardens and the famous abbey.We will then continue further into the Lake district and drive through beautiful towns like Bad Ischl and take a stop in the picturesque village of Hallstatt which is known for its production of salt dating back to prehistoric times
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Salzburg's 3-Hour Private Introductory Tour With Historian Guide
"This 3-hour walk starts with an exploration of Salzburg’s Burgher Town with its narrow crooked little streets and the unique passage ways of the so-called „Getreidegasse.“ Salzburg’s commercial centre still remains intact in its medieval charm contrasting the great spacious Baroque squares of the district where the Archbishops presided ove we follow the childhoods of Wolfgang and Nannerl Mozart as well as the life story of the great second musical son of the city the composer Michael Haydn.By the end of the walk visitors know our local customs and traditions our cultural and political history
From $390.00
 
Salzburg à la Carte
"Discover hidden gems as well as all the must-sees with your Austria Guide. Drive up to one of the most beautiful viewpoints on the Mönchsberg mountain; visit the Leopoldskron Palace and Hellbrunn Palace with its trick water fountains located in the subur the Gaisberg (1278m) with its beautiful views over the city and the Alps. Enjoy a luxury personalised tour designed to give you the flexibility to pick and choose the venues you would like to visit with your fully-licensed Austria Guide. Your chauffeur and your licensed tour guide will meet you at your hotel and take you on an extensive 8-ho explore the sights without needing to return to the car’s parking space as your car and chauffeur will already be waiting for you at the most convenient spot helping you save time and reduce walking times. Your guide can give you their full attention while your chauffeur concentrates on the driving ensuring a smooth safe and comfortable ride.On the day of the excursion your guide will provide a few itinerary examples with many options to choose from so you can cover all the sights and attractions that really interest you. Depending on the weather or time of
From EUR749.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Bundesland Salzburg

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Walking & hiking

in and around the City of Salzburg, you would find various Stolperstein "stumbling block" Stones created by German Artist to commemorate victims of Nazi oppression, including the Holocaust of which he...
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Königssee

Simply utterly breath taking scenery on the boat - expensive but a definite must. Get off the boat at Seeland and walk through to the other small lake, which is only accessible by foot - fantastic. A...
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The Beer experience

If you are at all interested in Beer and how its made get yourself along to the Steigl Brauwelt Brewery. Its near the centre of Salzburg - just catch the no.1 Line bus and get out at the...
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Tunnels

OK, I knew there were lots of cliffs in Salzburg. The Festival Halls are build right into the cliffs, for example, and the funicular goes up a very steep hill, which is not really a cliff but almost,...
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The Alps

This lovely little village near Salzburg was breathtaking. Situated along Lake Wolfgang, or Wolfgangsee as the locals refer, the village is nestled at the base of the Alps, with houses and shops...
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Music at the Cathedral and Other Churches

This is well worth the climb - go to the service at 7pm and hear the nuns signing simply beautiful. We thought we'd be the only people at the service, but it was packed and people were standing. It...
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Augustine Monastery

The highlight of the Augustine Monastery is the beer hall in the lower levels. It's a great experience to buy some food from the halls surrounding the main eating area and then to choose your own...
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Linzer Gasse

Linzer Gasse is a narrow street on the right bank of the Salzach. In theory it is reserved for pedestrians and cyclists, though this does not seem to be rigorously enforced. The pharmacy at Linzer...
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Grossgmain

Next to the pilgrimage church in Grossgmain there is a very special garden. It's called Mariengarten, garden dedicated to Mary. However, this garden combines the Catholic belief in Mary with the...
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Church of Christ

This Protestant church (Evangelische Christuskirche) on the right bank of the Salzach River is where the future poet Georg Trakl was baptized on February 8, 1887. So even as a baby he was already an...
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Trakl house

The poet Georg Trakl was born in Salzburg in 1887. His birth house, at Waagplatz 1a, is now the site of a Research and Memorial Center for Trakl. It can be visited on weekday afternoons at 14:00, on...
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Sound of Music

Sunday, we (my grandmother and I - BB) went on the Sound of Music tour and saw where it was made. In the movie it looked like one house, but it was many places. Our guide was a Canadian My...
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Chess

Playing chess in the center of old town Salzburg. The pieces are about 3 feet tall, and the man playing throughout the day on weekends love a good challange (I lost badly). From the top of the...
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Stefan Zweig Centre

The Austrian author Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) was born in Vienna, where he also grew up and studied. After the First World War he moved to Salzburg, where he lived for fifteen years, from 1919 to 1934....
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Top Hotels in Bundesland Salzburg

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Goldgasse 10, Salzburg, Salzburg, 5020, Austria
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Auerspergstrasse 11, Zell am See, 5700, Austria
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Schlossstrasse 621, Kaprun, Salzburg, 5710, Austria
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Krimml, Krimml, 5743, Austria
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Reitlstrasse 20, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, 5640, Austria
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Top Things to Do in Bundesland Salzburg

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Hohensalzburg Fortress

Hohensalzburg fortress. World of marionettes (Welt der Marionetten). Rainermuseum. State apartments; primarily used for representative purposes and for festivities. Chapel of archbishop Leonhard von...
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Swim in Wolfgangsee

In St Gilgen there is a free place to stay in the sun and take a bath in the crystal clear waters of Wolfgangsee. This is one must thing to do around Wolfgangsee, swimming in a mountain lake is...
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Fortress Hohenwerfen / Erlebnisburg Hohenwerfen

The state falconry - housed here in fortress Hohenwerfen - is the location of the first ever museum of falconry in Austria. It offers an interesting exhibit on the history of falconry in the world....
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Golling Waterfall / Gollinger Wasserfall

Here at Golling waterfall the river Salzach falls 75 metres down in 2 steps. Only 3 kilometres outside Golling, it can easily be reached. From the parking it only takes about 10 minutes to reach the...
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Minigolf at Gasthof Fahrnberggut

During summer season (from Pentecost until end of September) you can enjoy a round of minigolf at the Gasthof Fahrnberggut in Rauris. This 18 hole minigolf course lies in the garden of the hotel, but...
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Sommerrodellbahn / Summer Toboggan

Fun for everyone! At Biberg there's is a 2 pers. chairlift. For those who don't want to walk down, there's a great alternative: take the 'summer alpine slide' ... This is a 1,6 kms long slide with 61...
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globetrott

"Great daytrips from Salzburg city"
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speed4turtles

"Austria"
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Manara

"Impressions of a region"
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"Beautiful landscapes, azure lakes..."
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i-bella

"Salzburgerland"
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