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Als u in Wenen bent, grijp dan uw kans voor een bezoek aan die andere geweldige Oostenrijkse stad, Salzburg - de geboorteplaats van Mozart - en de prachtige tuinen van het schitterende paleis Mirabell. De fantastische dagtrip voert u op weg naar Salzburg door de adembenemend mooie Oostenrijkse Alpen en langs magnifieke meren. De wandeling met gids in Salzburg is in deze tour inbegrepen.
The guide had to alternate between english and spanish for our group. This was especially a problem during the walking portion of the tour, as it was somewhat painful to stand at a spot in the cold to listen to the explanation in english, and then spanish. Furthermore, the group size was quite large (about 30 people), and half the group would be unable to hear what the guide was saying at any one point. That would make about 5 mins of waiting at a spot essentially doing nothing. The stop along the way at St Gilgen was nice, as it would probably be difficult getting there yourself. Otherwise at salzburg itself, the tour was nothing fantastic
This was a very nice tour to be taken when in Austria. The guide Mr Thomas explained each and every thing in detail , had a thorough knowledge of the local history and did an overall excellent job. The scenery on the way to Salzburg is simply amazing, so is the vibrant city of Mozart and Doppler! It was teeming with thousands of tourists understandably 2.2million /year, yet most of the local shopkeepers and people at the restaurants seldom speak any English, they prefer German, so many a times explaining what you want may be a task!!Getting pics clicked on the Lock Bridge was also a good experience. If you take a day trip from Vienna, it makes you feel hard strapped for time in Salzburg to enjoy the city fully.
It was great. Enjoyed the scenery. The guide and driver were very good. We enjoyed the Lakes area before Salzburg and Salzburg was awesome. We were going to go on the walking tour but the tour guide just kept on prattling on and on about the history of the place back to the stone ages. We just wanted to go an see the Sound of Music Places etc and were not overly interested in Mozart. We found our way around and had a really good time. Some others on the tour wished they had done what we did as well as they found the Mozart not as interesting as Sound of Music.
This tour was a waste of money. It was really only your transportation from Vienna to Salzburg - you would be far better to get train tickets and do it yourself. If the price reflected just transportation we would not have been upset - but we felt we paid much to much for what we got. There was a guide but she was not very good - she would point things out after we had already passed them. We were split into groups in Salzburg and the guy we got there was even worse.
Beautiful city, but the tour could have been much better. Our tour guide was very rude and discriminatory right from the very beginning he was referring to families based on their ethnicity, which I thought was very inappropriate making the tour very uncomfortable from the very beginning. The group was also way too big and I think splitting the group up would have been more effective. I would have honestly given this tour one star if it wasn't for Salzburg's charm. Go with another tour company or even a private tour I heard the price difference is not that much. I went with this company specifically since they had so many reviews, but I was very disappointed.
I want to start by saying the tour guide was absolutely lovely and quite knowledgeable. HOWEVER - I felt like the tour was rushed, there were not enough stops along the way and sometimes it was hard to know exactly what the guide was trying to point out to us as we zoomed past the sites! The tour group was so much larger than I expected with some 50 people on the bus. It makes for a very different experience from some of the day trips I've done in the past. Some of the knowledge shared was clearly outdated i.e. Mozart was buried in a common grave not because he was a pauper at the end of his life, but because of an edict from Emperor Joseph II, who tried, somewhat unsuccessfully, to simplify burials within Austria. I know that we had to travel a long distance from Vienna to Salzburg, but I really think that if we'd had a smaller tour group, this would have allowed for more stops speed of getting on and off the bus and that we could have enjoyed the experience a lot more. Next time I'll just take the train from Vienna to Salzburg 290km, or rent a car. Having done a similiar distance Edinburgh to Inverness - 291km on a tour bus, I know that they could easily make this tour more worthy of the high price I paid by adding more stops and making it smaller and more intimate.