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Salzburg: Mozart City Exploration Game

1. Salzburg: Mozart City Exploration Game

Grab your smartphone and join your friends or family as you discover Salzburg while taking part in a mobile-based quest. Have fun while you learn about this city's fascinating history and explore its attractions. See the birthplace of Mozart, the Salzburg Cathedral, and more. Follow the clues as you move from one place to the next. You won't need a map or GPS because the game provides exact directions as you go. Learn more about each location by solving a clue to unlock interesting stories and fascinating facts. Complete the quest at your own pace. While the game generally takes around 1.5 hours to complete, there is no time limit. Play on your own, as a team, or compete against one another. Get started on your adventure immediately after booking. You'll receive an email with instructions. All that's left to do is download the app and head to the starting point.

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Salzburg: City Tour and Mozart's Residence

2. Salzburg: City Tour and Mozart's Residence

The tour starts at Mirabell Palace, which was built by Archbishop Wolf Dietrich in 1606 and now houses the city's government. The next stop on the tour is Mozarteum (university for music, drama, and fine arts) and the Salzburg Marionette Theatre. You will then see the State Theatre and Mozart’s Residence at Makartplatz. Here you will also see the Church of the Holy Trinity, a Baroque masterpiece built by the architect Fischer von Erlach. After crossing the Salzach River, the tour takes you past the courthouse to Hellbrunn Palace, where you will make a short stop. The palace was built by the court architect Santino Solari in the early 17th century and served as a popular weekend destination for prince archbishops. On the way back to the city center you can admire Frohnburg Palace and Nonnberg Abbey, the oldest existing convent in the German-speaking world. The tour then takes you back to the old town through Siegmundstor. Here you will see the Festival Halls, the Horse Pond, and St. Blasius Church before ending the tour at Mozartplatz.

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What people are saying about Mozart-Wohnhaus

it was like a private bus tour. going through downtown salzburg, but also to two nearby castles you can`t get to on foot, with interesting historical background. the mozart birthplace doesn`t have much to see, but it was worth visiting to better understand salzburg`s musical roots

Great Intimate Tour

Wolfgang was a terrific tour guide! He made us feel more like he was a friend showing us around his city. In general, these seem to be small, intimate tours conducted in vans. These are not big tour busses full of people. We really enjoyed the tour and highly recommend it!

Excellent!

Our guide was terrific! He even had to do the tour in English and German! I don't know how he did it and still managed to do such a great job!

We had the luxury of having the tour guide for our selves.

Our guide was extremely knowledgable and personable! Learned about all the major sights of Salzburg. Lovely time!!

The tour guide was engaging and pleasant

He was very knowledgeable about the topic at hand.