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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

the Bavaria ticket

Though I grew up in America where the car is king, now that I live in Europe I have learned that the train is often a lot easier and even more economical. Also, visiting breweries and getting behind...
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richiecdisc
Oct 28, 2014

Salzburg Hauptbahnhof

UPDATE: As of September 2015, train travel between Salzburg and Munich, Germany has been severely disrupted due to border control issues. The train station itself may also be crowded or disrupted by...
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travelfrosch
Sep 18, 2015

The best trains!!

The trains in Austria (run by ÖBB) are the best trains I have been on in the world (well... from the ones I have been on in Australia, the UK, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Italy, France and the Czech...
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Marpessa
Apr 04, 2011

Train

I arrived at Salzburg's Hauptbahnhof via Munich and the ride took less than two hours on the very efficient and comfortable train. My ticket cost 25 euros for the one way fare. The Hauptbahnhof is...
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acemj
Dec 12, 2004

To and from Salzburg by train

The fastest trains in Austria are called “Railjet”, but that doesn’t mean they are powered by jet propulsion. They are in fact quite ordinary electric trains, but they do go rather fast and don’t stop...
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Nemorino
Jul 19, 2016

Take a train

The train station is a 30 minute walk from downtown or a 5 minute cab ride. From the train station, you can see some more great European cities that are very close:Eugendorf -- cute little Salzburg...
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WrigleyTodd
Jan 10, 2004

Train

We went from Munich to Salzburg by train. The roundtrip ticket for 2 people for IC/EC train did cost 50 €.A cheaper option is the so called "Bayernticket" for 22 € and up to 5 people. Its valid Mo-Fri...
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Mandy23
Jan 01, 2005

Take the train to Salzburg

When arriving in Salzburg by train - have a look on the right side ( when coming from Germany )The train will pass slowly the bridge over the river Salzach and you will have a great first view of the...
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globetrott
May 07, 2003

Travelling by Train

If you want travelling around Salzburg by Train, the ÖBB have his own homepage www.oebb.at, you can book tickets online and see special offerts.If you would travel from Salzburg to Vienna and you are...
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ini7
Feb 27, 2003

Train from Ljubljana to Salzburg

Slovene railways offer really good price for travelling from Ljubljana to Salzburg and back.When you travel between the days including Sunday, the price for return ticket is only 47 Euro. I even pay...
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novsco61
Apr 04, 2011

Hauptbahnhof in Salzburg

This is one of the most beautiful facades of a railway station building I have seen anywhere.Salzburg is very well connected to cities within and outside Austria.OBB is a fantastic railway...
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y2ketan2007
Nov 26, 2007

Train travel

Served by two staions The Hauptbahnhof on Sudtiroler Platz is the first stop for trains from Vienna and then Rangier Bahnhof is the first stop when coming from Innsbruck. The Rangier is quite a...
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mvtouring
May 23, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Salzburg

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Getreidegasse

this will be my things to do tips of the getriedegasse, I will have a separate shopping tip here. getriedegasse is the most famous street in Salzburg since along the street lies Mozart's Birthplace...
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Kollegienkirche

there are actually many Roman Catholic Churches in the historic city center of Salzburg as the city was ruled by the Roman Catholic Archbishop Prince in the middle ages and one of the most visited as...
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Mozarteum

Like what I've said, Who has never heard of the Iconic Wolgang Amadeus Mozart? who was the Most Known Composer of the Classical era. there are actually two Mozart Houses in Salzburg, the house where...
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Salzburger Landestheater

While Salzburg is full of impressive and significant places to visit, like the fortress, the cathedral quarter, the festival halls and the two Mozart houses, I must admit that my favorite place in...
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St Peter's Church and Abbey

Saint Rupert founded this church and its monastery around 700. The church and the buildings were destroyed by a fire in 1127. The church was rebuilt from 1130 to 1143. It was modified through the...
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Museum der Moderne

This Museum of Modern Art is on a cliff overlooking Salzburg. If you don’t feel like walking up (which I didn’t because it was pouring rain the day I went up) there is an elevator inside the cliff...
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