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Salzburg City Walking Tour

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Key Highlights

  • Smartphone voucher accepted – No need to print!
  • Enjoy a walking tour of Salzburg, Austria’s most beautiful city, boasting historic sites and magnificent landscapes
  • Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart and the city where “The Sound of Music” was filmed
  • Discover Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture and see the house where Mozart lived
  • See the Salzburg Cathedral, St Peter’s Monastery and other noted Salzburg attractions
  • Explore the charming streets of Salzburg and see the lovely gardens of Mirabell
  • Enjoy commentary on the most famous citizens of Salzburg, from Mozart to Maria von Trapp
  • Overview
    Set amid picture-perfect Alpine scenery, Salzburg is, for many, the most beautiful city in Austria. It is also, famously, the birthplace of Mozart and the city where the film “The Sound of Music” was filmed. On this enchanting walking tour, find out about the city’s rich past and discover its breathtaking Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

    View the lovely gardens of Mirabell, said to be the finest Baroque gardens in Europe, and the house where Mozart was raised. Walk the quaint cobbled streets of the city center and browse the shops in Getreidegasse. View and photograph the Salzburg Cathedral, St Peter’s Monastery and many other important sights and landmarks.

    Your guide will cover not only the history of Salzburg, but also interesting information about its most famous citizens, from Mozart himself to Maria von Trapp.

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    12 May – 15 Oct: Daily


    2 hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    Bus-terminal, Mirabellplatz, right in front of St. Andrä Church.
    (Please reach atleast 15 minutes prior to tour start time.)

    Ending Point

    Center of the old town, near the “German Church”


    To join the Salzburg City Walking Tour you should make your way to the meeting point at the bus terminal across from the Mirabell Palace next to St. Andrä Church. An English speaking guide will accompany you on this tour of the most famous sights of Salzburg. Your tour will view the buildings and monuments from the outside only.

    For centuries, Salzburg was a proud state ruled by Archbishops who lavished great wealth on the city sometimes called the “Rome of the North” because of its many churches and cathedrals. It is also called the “City of Mozart”, as it was the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

    Salzburg's “Old Town” (Altstadt) has internationally renowned baroque architecture and one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

    Near the start of your walk you will see the world famous baroque gardens of Mirabell, which feature in scenes from the film “The Sound Of Music”. You will also see Getreidegasse 9, the house where Mozart was born in 1756 and where he lived with his family till 1773.

    Getreidegasse is also the city’s most famous shopping lane. It has high narrow houses tightly packed together, tantalizing shops and decorative wrought iron guild signs. Although the houses appear very narrow they are not actually small, extending far back on both sides of the street.

    On a route through the hidden byways of the Old City you will see the Salzburg Cathedral, St. Peter's Monastery and many other important landmarks.

    Salzburg Cathedral (Salzburger Dom) is a 17th century baroque building on ancient foundations. Described by some as the finest Renaissance building in the Germanic countries, Salzburg Cathedral has a marble facade, twin symmetrical towers and the font in which Mozart was baptized.

    St. Peter's Monastery – this Benedictine monastery is said to be the oldest in the German-speaking world. Used as a base by St. Rupert in the late 7th and early 8th century, some experts believe the origins of the community go back to the time of St. Severin in the 5th century.

    The tour ends in the center of the old town, near a church known as the “German Church”.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Walking tour
    • English speaking guide


    • Hotel pick-up & pdrop-off
    • Food and beverages
    • Entrance fees to attractions
  • Please note

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.

    Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
  • Customer Reviews
    • Salzburg Walking Tour

      This is a tour which helps you get acquainted with the city of Salzburg, and have fun along the way. Special points of interest are highlighted by the guide, which allows you to...

      Marian N. Hogan, United States
    • Very useful for travellers new to city and without confidence to explore area alone. Some areas such as Mozart landmarks may have been missed without an experienced guide....

      MR A BOSWELL, United Kingdom
    • walk salzburg

      The walk was very informative and enjoyable...

      Rosemary McGhee, Canada

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