Austrian Lakes and Mountains Salzburg Sightseeing Tour
- Hotel pickup included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Great overview and orientation of the city
- Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
You will see the impressive hunting castle Fuschl, today a luxury hotel, where the Prince Archbishops spent many seasons. In St Wolfgang there is time to visit the famous winged gothic altar by Michael Pacher, and there will be a stop at the White Horse Inn for refreshments. From St Wolfgang you be able to enjoy a 25 minute boat ride (21 April - 26 October only) to St Gilgen, where Mozart's mother was born, on the other side of Lake Wolfgang.
Passing Castle Huttenstein, you will continue along the Mondsee. The ever-changing and contrasting scenery will make this tour an unforgettable memory.
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Austrian Lakes and Mountains Tour from Salzburg
- Hotel pickup (selected hotels only)
- Local guide
- Boat trip (May 01 to October 26 only)
- Coffee and cake (27 Oct to 30 April)
- Hotel drop off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Salzburg (Mirabellplatz) - Fuschl - St.Wolfgang (21 April - 26 October by boat) - St. Gilgen - Mondsee - Salzburg (Mirabellplatz)
Reviewed by: Simon C, September 2014
This was an amazing tour. Wolfgang and especially the old church was a really amazing place to visit. We had an hour to wander the town which was more than enough time. The driver on the way pulled over for us to snap some pictures for a few minutes so there was never a feeling of being rushed.. The tour guide was so nice and totally knowledgeable. The boat ride is fantastic though it is crowded but that had nothing to do with the tour company the boat is locally owned. Make sure you have cash most stores take no credit cards cash only but really nice and unique Austrian goods. 2-6 in early evening was perfect for us we are lunch before and had dinner on drop off near the church
Reviewed by: peach, September 2014
Best guide...made the tour more fun.