Reviewed by: johnny127, October 2016
Too bad I could not give a higher score.
The Guide was very knowledgeable and gave great information about Salzburg.
He was organized, interesting and easy to understand. He was very clear about where and when to meet and that made everything easier for us as a visitor. Everyone was on time!
The Churches in Salzburg were incredible!!!! The interiors were some of the best we have seen in Europe. Don't miss them.
The only thing we were disappointed in was the Salzburg Fortress castle which we viewed during our free time. When we got off the Funicular, the signage was poor and we did not know which way to go. When we finally figured it out there were 3 attractions on the map A, B, and C. We found A easily, but B the armory was a little harder. The 3rd the state rooms, was very hard to find. We keep going in circles and finally figured out the entrance to B and C were at the same spot and we had seen the state rooms and did not know it.
Reviewed by: Monte A, October 2016
If you're a fan of the Sound of Music you'll love visiting Salzburg. And even if you're not, you'll still enjoy experiencing a pleasant city in the Alps that is filled with history. Have fun!
Reviewed by: Rafael G, October 2016
Loved it, full of details, our guide, Craig, had lots of information. Recommend it.
Reviewed by: Mark P, October 2016
A beautiful place! Had lunch in St Peter's restaurant established in 803 AD - highly recommend. Our tour guide Carlotta was great.
Reviewed by: Lee R, October 2016
Lucia was great! I highly recommend this trip, especially if you love the Sound of Music.
Reviewed by: Robert E, October 2016
We had a fantastic time. We'd never taken a European train trip or been to Austria before and were beyond impressed and thrilled by the experience. Our guide, Arvit, was super-fun, knowledgeable, kind and patient as he tried to herd us all through the train stations and the city. He knew the best spots to point out and kept things interesting and moving. We felt like we got to see so much in the time allotted, without feeling overly rushed. Can't recommend this tour enough!
Reviewed by: Monique A, October 2016
The location in the train station to meet up with our group was very easy to find. As we hopped on the train, Ian, the wonderful tour guide briefed us about Salzburg history. There was nothing this man did not know. He informed us of really interesting facts. Once we arrived in Salzburg, maps were passed out. Ian made sure we knew the meeting spot after our 3 hours of alone time there. He did give us a quick tour before setting us free. There was plenty to eat see and shop. My suggestion is that you carry 1 dollar euro coins with you just in case you have to go to the water closet. restroom There is always a charge to get in. Its about an hour and a half train ride. But is goes by so fast once Ian gets to talking. His personality alone makes the trip fun. Oh! one more suggestion. If you go with a loved one... Be sure to take a lock to put on the Makartsteg bridge. Hope I was helpful :