602 reviews of Salzburg Small Group Day Tour from Munich
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Reviewed by GlennS, September 2012
Fantastic tour - Lucia the tour guide was superb. Very knowlegdeable, great personality and kept us entertained with her knowledge and anecdotes throughout. The city of Salzburg is beautiful, rich in culture and tradition and even though it was raining towards the end, we had a fantastic time. I'd recommend this trip to anyone.
Reviewed by Sophie L, September 2012
Great trip from Munich to Salzburg. Train was excellent. Tour guide Nicola was very good. Lovely sunny warm day. Other passengers ok. Some thought it was more suitable to go off and buy numerous coffees at the station rather than listening to Nicola's instructions. When she head counted, some people not there.. buying more coffee, not listening, expected off children, not full grown adults much older than myself and my friend. Overall would recommend this trip definitely.
Reviewed by William W, September 2012
EXCELLENT!! Yolanda was our guide and she was great. I highly recommend this tour. Loved Salzburg and the "sound of Music" info. - Bill and Dianne - Vancouver, B.C.
Reviewed by Raymond G, September 2012
Very well done. Yolanda was an excellent tour guide.
Reviewed by lisalisa, September 2012
what a beautiful city. The tour guide was awesome. I would recommend anyone to take this tour.
Reviewed by glenda w, September 2012
A great day out everythig went to plan from meeting in the morning till getting back off the train at 7pm.eleven of us on the tour including guide iain and his dog bernard very relaxed and infomal day out but with all the relavent info well explained. Salzburg was lovely despite the pouring rain all day well worth the money.
Reviewed by Adele T, September 2012
Sauzburg, Austria is gorgeous. Rich in history, culture, architecture, etc. Thriving with Mozart, castle with an incredibel restaurant and views...also great food. Jeff our historian and tour guide was awesome. We had Jeff on two different tours and ha made the trip even better. Adele NC
Reviewed by Deborah H, September 2012
This tour is awesome! This is on my short list of favorites for our whole trip. The town is so quaint, beautiful, and there are so many historically interesting things to see here. I loved it, I can't recommend this enough!
Reviewed by Mei Ha Sandy Y, September 2012
We are impressed by the scenary and especially the interior craftmanship of the dom. The tour guide is humerous, friendly and informative.
Reviewed by Jennie M, September 2012
This was a brilliant day out. We travelled on 2nd September 2012 and although the rest of the family were dreading the thought of a long day, as we were to meet at 9.15 and we wouldn't return until 7pm. Lucia was a brilliant and organised guide who looked after us from start to finish. She ensured the group (11 of us) were seated together on the train, which was clean and efficient. Lucia provided us with a tour around Salzburg showing us some of the film locations from the film Sound of Music and recommended good viewing points, cafe's, shops, chocolates and cakes! We were then we were left to our own devices for 3 hours, although some group members did go off on their own earlier. There was so much to see and do that the whole day just went so quickly. Even other members of the family who weren't keen on going enjoyed the whole day, which was one of the highlights of the holiday. We were incredibly lucky to have been greeted by sunshine is Salzberg. I would recommend that you go to the loo on the train before you get off at Salzburg so that you get the most of the tour guide before going off on your own. We were only in Munich for 3 days and I was so glad that we used up one of those days to visit Salzburg - I recommend this trip to anyone.
Reviewed by Brenda, September 2012
I recommend this tour if you've never been to Salzburg and want a hassle free way of doing so. Radius Tours (located IN the main train station) does a great job with their tours. This trip is a lovely 2 hour train ride to Salzburg, traveling through the Bavarian countryside and into the mountains. After the train, a short bus ride takes you to the main part of the city where you start a fairly short, informative tour about the city. After that, you have about 3 hours to explore on your own. The city is quite charming with lots of fun things to see and do... or you can just sit in a sidewalk cafe, eat something sweet and sip coffee (or beer!). It's very fairly priced for the value received!
Reviewed by Alexandra B, September 2012
We had a wonderful day, one of the best on our 5 week Europe vacation. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and kept us engaged. It was a good amount of time to see the city and it was great having a few hours to explore at our own pace. We fell in love with Salzburg and can't wait to go back!
Reviewed by Blair H, August 2012
Tour guide Alun was fabulous! The process was seemless, check in was easy to find and the information was amazing! I would recommend to anyone visiting Germany who wants to check another amazing country and city off the list!
Reviewed by Galia C, August 2012
The journey on the train took quite a while- I would have preferred travelling by coach. However it was beautiful in Salzburg! I enjoyed taking photos at the scene of the film 'The Sound of Music'. There were no clouds in the sky at all!
The gift shop Candela was also amazing, selling handpainted items such as glass bells, glass tealight holders and wooden eggs. It's DEFINITELY the place you'd want to be, especially pre- Christmas.