Location: Salzburg, Austria
Rating: 4 star based on 8 reviews
Grand Salzburg City Tour including Hellbrunn Palace and the 24-hour Salzburg Card allows you to visit wonderful sights including Mirabell Palace, Mozarteum School of Music, Marionette Theatre, County Theatre, House where Mozart lived, Trinity Church, County Legal Courts, Nonnberg Abbey, Hellbrunn Palace, Villa of Frohnburg, Neutor tunnel, and Festival Hall.
* Great overview and orientation of the city
* Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
* Save on admission to selected attractions
* Hotel pickup (selected hotels only)
* 24 hour Salzburg Card
* Professional guide
* Conducted in English
Includes a 24 hour Salzburg Card which offers you free admission to all major Salzburg sights and free rides on all public buses within Salzburg City limits. Some of the attractions included are Mozart’s Birthplace, Catacombs and Hohensalzburg Fortress. Make sure you take the elevator up to the ‘Winklerterrace’ and enjoy the view over the roofs of the baroque old town.
The Salzburg Card includes a visit to Stiegl’s Brauwelt, which is Europe’s biggest beer exhibition and you will have the opportunity to visit the famous Hellbrunn ‘Water Tricks Fountain’ (April to October), where you are sure to get a wet surprise!
SAVE MONEY WITH THE SALZBURG CARD OFFERING:
* Free use of public transport network
* Free entry for over 30 attractions and museums
* In addition, you will be able to enjoy considerable discounts in various other sights and attractions
Special Offer – Every card comes with a FREE guidebook with helpful information on the establishments associated with the card, as well as a city map – BOOK NOW!
Departure Point: Bus terminal at Mirabellplatz or centrally located Salzburg hotels
Departure Time: Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
Return Details: Concludes at Mirabellplatz bus terminal
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A great tour led by a very informative driver. Saw all the sights and were able to visit those sights after the tour. Also worth having was the Salzburg Card, which gives either discounts or free admission to various sights.
Reviewed by: John H, New Zealand