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Salzburg 2.5-Hour Walking Tour: Mozart, Old Town & More

1. Salzburg 2.5-Hour Walking Tour: Mozart, Old Town & More

Explore the heart of the city of Salzburg. Starting at Palace Mirabell, you will explore the sights here. The palace was built under the reign of the famous baroque Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Reitenau for his mistress Salome Alt and their 15 children. At the Makartplatz, next to the Palace Mirabell, you will see the Mozart Residence. You will explore the New Town and this side of the river before crossing the bridge “Makartsteg” to arrive at the Old Town of Salzburg. While here we will get to Salzburg’s most famous street, the Getreidegasse, which is especially renowned for its wrought-iron trade signs and Mozart’s Birthplace. Stroll through Salzburg’s Old Town to admire its historic buildings, such as the medieval apartments and churches that were built from the Middle Ages to the baroque time, and conclude the tour with a panoramic view from Mönchsberg Hill with a free guide (optional).

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What people are saying about Getreidegasse

A very informative guided tour of Salzburg and a small group. So it was also easy to ask a question or stay a little longer in one place. (Photo breaks) The little tips for the rest of your stay in Salzburg were also very helpful.

June was our guide and was exceptionally educated on Salzburg and its history. The couple of hours on tour that we took on our first day in town was ideal to identify what we should do for the rest of our tour

it was very informative, entertaining and just good... Even if you live nearby and have been there several times, there is still a lot to discover!

I booked the tour for me and my mother. The guide, Ms. Makino, was very nice and listened to us. We had a good atmosphere and learned something.

Very knowledgeable and friendly! June was fabulous!