Excursión de un día a Salzburgo desde Viena
Descubra Salzburgo con un recorrido turístico a pie por la tarde a través de la antigua ciudad. Su guía le mostrará las vistas más importantes del antiguo arzobispado, incluida la catedral, el Festival Hall, la iglesia de San Pedro y su cementerio (la tumba de la hermana de Mozart, Nannerl).
Entre las concurridas calles de compras encontrará el número 9 Getreidegasse, donde nació y vivió hasta los 17 años el famoso Wolfgang Mozart.
Paseando por los jardines del palacio de Mirabell, verá la estatua de Pegaso, los caballos voladores y puede que enclave le venga a la mente la canción "Do-Re-Mi" de la película Sonrisas y Lágrimas.
En el viaje de regreso a Viena, disfrute de las fantásticas vistas que le ofrece el recorrido en autobús al pasar por la fortaleza Hohensalzburg, uno de los castillos medievales más grandes de Europa. La excursión finaliza con una parada en la Ópera Estatal de Viena.
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- Recogida en el hotel (sólo en hoteles seleccionados)
- Visita a pie
- Guía profesional
- Traslado en autobús con aire acondicionado
- Propina (opcional)
- Comida y bebida, a menos que se indique lo contrario
- Traslado de vuelta al hotel
- Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva
- Los precios para niños solamente son válidos si estos no ocupan un asiento.
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The day trip to Salzburg from Vienna covers 600 km in 12 hours. You can visit the Mozart birthplace or museum. There is no time to visit the Salzburg castle. However the drive was scenic and enjoyable. Our bilingual guide Thomas tried his best to teach the local history and the city walk with Nicholas was interesting. But there were frequent rest stops at tourist trap restaurants which could have been avoided. Instead free time could have provided at Melk Abbey. Overall its not enough to give a day to Salzburg. The trip itinerary needs improvement.
Pick up was easily accessible right in front of the opera house where the subway entrance is. The bus was very clean, was lucky to do this on a slow day I think my group had 16 people so the ride was very quiet. Karl our tour guide was so nice and talked a bit about the areas we drove through! I was very jet lagged and first day in Austria so I would sleep for the two hours between each stop which made the day fly by! The lakes were beautiful I came in January the area was covered in snow. Karl was very knowledgeable about the city was also able point out numerous spots where the sound of music took place which I really enjoyed. Salzburg was Amazing, so many viewpoints of the city that were fantastic. A lot of shops, I would say half luxury type and half souvenir shops. Had a little over 2 hours to ourselves which was plenty for me I walked up to the castle and then was able to enjoy lunch as well and pick up some souvenirs! Others where able to go through some of the smaller museums. Highly recommend, if you don’t mind the travel time in between stops I definitely took advantage of that.
The stopover at the lake Mondsee was the best part of the tour for me. Salzburg is an intimate locale. Thomas, the guide, delivers history with humor which made the long trip easier.
It was great. Enjoyed the scenery. The guide and driver were very good. We enjoyed the Lakes area before Salzburg and Salzburg was awesome. We were going to go on the walking tour but the tour guide just kept on prattling on and on about the history of the place back to the stone ages. We just wanted to go an see the Sound of Music Places etc and were not overly interested in Mozart. We found our way around and had a really good time. Some others on the tour wished they had done what we did as well as they found the Mozart not as interesting as Sound of Music.
This tour was a waste of money. It was really only your transportation from Vienna to Salzburg - you would be far better to get train tickets and do it yourself. If the price reflected just transportation we would not have been upset - but we felt we paid much to much for what we got. There was a guide but she was not very good - she would point things out after we had already passed them. We were split into groups in Salzburg and the guy we got there was even worse.