Jump onboard the hop-on, hop-off bus and sightsee Salzburg in a round trip. With informative city commentary in 9 languages this comprehensive tour is guaranteed to satiate your thirst for all things Salzburg. Discover the architectural marvels of Salzburg and major attractions in the city including the birthplace of Mozart and more.
Relive the moments from classic film, The Sound of Music where Julie Andrews and the Trapp family pranced through the lush field of this heritage city. Explore major landmarks where the movie was filmed on The Original Sound of Music Tour® - including but not limited to Mirabell Gardens, Hellbrunn Palace, Nonnberg Abbey with the women’s convent where the “real” Maria was an apprentice and much more!
This guided hop-on, hop-off tour covers important sights of Salzburg making 12 designated stops along the way at major attractions.
Salzburg Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour
Salzburg is a storybook city nestled in steep hills comprising of top attractions and architectural gems. Not a day goes by in this city where you don't witness concert halls packed with music lovers. Even in the side streets, parks and gardens classical music wafts through the air. Salzburg is renowned for its unmistakable impact on music, a burgeoning art scene, and now quietly building up to become a food paradise.
Some of the major attractions covered by the hop-on, hop-off tour are as follows:
• Schloss Hellbrun
• Salzburg Main Station
Click here for the route map.
After covering the wondrous attractions within Salzburg, head to Lake District and Mondsee to explore the charming picturesque town and capture the memories behind your lens.
The Original Sound of Music Tour®
Trace the steps of the Trapp family and visit the original filming sets of Oscar-winning classic, The Sound of Music. Explore the Pegasus Fountain at the Mirabell Gardens where Julie Andrews sang the infamous 'Do Re Mi' and tap to the tunes of '16 going on 17' at its filming location and original gazebo of Hellbrunn Palace.
Take a moment to inhale the stunning scenery at Leopoldskron Palace and thereafter pass through Nonnberg Abbey which still holds an active women’s convent and a Gothic church with incredible architecture that has stood the test of time. All of these locations captured wonderfully behind the lens in the movie.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.