- Guided tour of Mozart's Salzburg
- See the city's historic Renaissance and Baroque monuments in the context of Mozart's 18th century world
- Visit the Residence of Mozart and enjoy a museum visit and multi-media show
What You Can Expect
Afterward, discover Mozart’s Residence, where the celebrated composer lived from 1773 to 1780. Step inside and soak up the history of the Mozart family and the building itself, dating back to 1617. Wander the first floor of Mozart’s former living quarters, now a museum, and check out a multimedia show providing more depth and detail to the composer's life.
Your 2.5-hour excursion will finish here at the museum. Stay and explore the attraction for as long as you'd like before departing.
Uma visita pelos principais pontos interessantes e no final a Casa de Mozart, sensacional o audiovisual nesse museu, em quase todas as línguas. Imperdível!
Excellent small minibus tour. Personal touch given and the tour guide went above and beyond the call of duty to provide accurate information.
Interesting tour. Our guide was good and very knowledgeable. Short and sweet tour.
We upgraded this tour whist in Salzburg as we had covered city highlights in the Sound of Music tour.
We did the salt mines, eagles nest and a lake region where the name escapes me at the moment. This is an experience not to miss, again another amazing day in Salzburg!
Daisy V Puerto Rico
Excellent. Our guide was excellent and very helpful. We saw the most important sites.
John W USA
Peter B United Kingdom
It was very informative but could be longer. Price was abit steep for a short tour.
This tour showed us a good overview of the city. While others have said the same thing, it is time for your company to act: referring to Mozart in the title is misleading and unnecessary. The tour of the Mozart Museum at the end is pretty lame as well. We really learned very little from the museum other than there are lots of paintings said to be of him that are not Mozart. In addition, the tour is short and easily could be 30 minutes longer with a few short stops added. Since it is in a small van it is difficult to see out and see taller buildings. Taking photos is impossible.