Experience the beautiful countryside featured in "The Sound of Music" on a day trip from Munich

Salzburg and the Lake District

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Explore Salzburg, the city Mozart called home, and the countryside featured in "The Sound of Music"

Highlights

  • Visit the charming city of Salzburg, home of Mozart
  • Travel through the Bavarian Alps
  • Travel through the breathtaking countryside featured in "The Sound of Music"
  • Cruise across lake Wolfgangsee

Inclusions

  • Transportation in Airconditioned Coaches
  • Live Guide on the Tour

Exclusions

  • Food and Beverages
  • Admission Fee for the Boat Ride of € 13,00
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • All nationalities require passport for Austria.

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Dec 13 2017
Did not expect to be dropped off and left to visit city on our own
Nov 27 2017
Ride on a comfortable coach with toilet and you can purchase drinks on board. Was with Laura as our tour guide and she was wonderful and informative. Salzburg was great but unfortunately due to weather condition we did not go to Lake District. More time spend at the christmas market and absorb the cheer atmosphere. Highly recommend this trip with Grayline.
Nov 18 2017
Tour guide made the trip fun and interesting. Glad we had time to tour on our own also.
Nov 14 2017
We had a small accident on the road which resulted in a loss of a complete one hour from the time in Salzburg, but nevertheless all in all it was a great tripthe Tour Guide was perfect and she could handle the situation perfectly
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ITINERARY

Our drive through the Chiemgau gives you a beautiful view of the Lower Bavarian Alps. In Salzburg, the city of Mozart, we will have enough time for shopping and a walk through the picturesque old city. On Lake Wolfgangsee, you have the opportunity to take a boat ride to the White Horse Inn and the pilgrim church. Then travel past lake Mondsee (scene of "The Sound of Music") on our return to Munich.