Sound of Salzburg tour

The hills are alive - all day long! After our arrival in Salzburg we met our tour guide Susanne at Mirabel gardens, a park in the center of Salzburg, which was a backdrop for a famous scene ( Do Re Mi ) from the movie "Sound of Music". We then went on to a pristine mountain lake called Wolfgang's lake for lunch, Schnitzel with Noodle and some Appelstrudel.

In the afternoon we visited the church where the Van Trapps married in the movie, we then saw the house wher they lived, the gazibo from the song " I am 16 going on 17" and the monestary where Maria wanted to become a nun. The bus dropped us off in the historic center of Salzburg for some time off and later a dinner show called " The sound of Salzburg". This was great fun and best entertainment for us.


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