Stage of the world!

Why are so many people enchanted by Salzburg? Is it because of the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Perhaps  it is the baroque architecture from the times of archbishops? Maybe the spirit lifting Salzburg Festival or is it Salzburg’s culinary highlights, like Salzburger Nockerln, that draw the visitors? I think it is the mixture of 2,000 years of history with contemporary attractions that makes this city such a hit! Since 1997 Salzburg has been listed amongst UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.

Why not come and see for yourself!

View from the River

View from the River

My guided tour will give you a view of the city. You will learn lots of historical facts along some funny stories about the city. During the tour through Salzburg I will show you:

Mirabell Square and Gardens, the famous Getreidegasse, Mozart’s birthplace, Residence Square, Salzburg Cathedral, Collegiate Church of St. Peter and adjoining cemetery, the Festival House, the market Square and lots more!



By Train:

Approximately 9.5 hours including 2 hours each way by train. Three hours free time in the afternoon to explore the city at your leisure with personalized tips on the best places to eat and drink while in Salzburg.

By Car/Van:

By car or van additional sights are possible like the Gazebo featured in 16 going on 17 from The sound of Music or  lake district with a visit to the charming St. Wolfgang and the Basilica St. Michael, the cultural and spiritual heart of the Mondsee region. Basilica St. Michael reached international fame because the wedding scene in the movie “Sound of Music” was filmed inside.

Duration 10 – 12 hours, depending your ideas and wishes. Driving takes some 2 hours each way.

Price: Please contact me for details on pricing. This depends on number of people and clients’ special requests for a full day tour.