• Mozart and Salzburg

    The most famous son of Salzburg guides us through his then still modest little town. We hear fachts and stories about family, friends and strangers. How did the Mozarts live, what they did they eat and how was it with money then? And what reports posterity: Mozart hype, poor Mozart or Mozart superstar? A tour to fall in love - vividly, humoresquely and deliciously! To visit Mozart's birth place is a must.

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  • Indulge in culinary delights!

    Culinary art in the mirror of history. A sumptuous journey: Lots of breweries - gallons of wine. Who could resist? This city has always been a popular spot for gourmets and gourmands. A bite here - a drink there: it makes it easier to talk about.

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  • Hohensalzburg Castle

    Without the distinctive silhouette of the above all  dominating Hohensalzburg Fortress Salzburg would not be what it is. 600 years of construction works, the magnificent state rooms and the dark corridors and chambers: The castle is a story in itself! You don't believe that you can spend a few hours without boredom up there? Just try!

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  • Hike the City!

    The three hilly mountains of Salzburg city offer visitors as well as locals an oasis of peace and tranquility in the midst of the city. Sensational views alternate with lush greenery and historic buildings. A tour through Salzburg's immediate nature, as if one could escape the urban bustle at any time and anywhere.

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  • Salzburg Beer Bliss

    With some pride Salzburg meets the fact that even today there are five breweries just within the city borders. Numerous former brewer's inns bear witness of a lively beer culture. For over 400 years, there have been at least 13 beer production facilities in today's Old Town area. Even world-class writers like Stefan Zweig have addressed this issue. Why not we? A cozy beer walk with detours into various beer gardens ...

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