The “Sound of Music“ Film Location At Mirabel Gardens
Hallstatt Fall and Winter Combination
Hallstatt Wood Houses
Hallstatt Mirror Lake
Top of Hallstatt
The Gazebo At Hellbrunn Park
Schloss Leopoldskron Area
A Church in Salzkammergut
Mondsee Minor Basilica
Salzburg Horse Pond
St.Gilgen in Fall
St.Wolfgang and Wolfgansee
Three highlights in one sightseeing tour:The important locations from the movie “The Sound of Music”, the picturesque Lakes and Mountains district Salzkammergut and the extraordinary village Hallstatt and Lake Hallstättersee. The UNESCO Cultural Heritage Committee wrote: “… nature of extraordinary beauty added to scientific import …” Some guests say it is the most extraordinary lake village in the world.
Your are all welcome to sing songs during the tour!
|01st January to 31st December|
|Tour Start||09:00 am|
Important Info a) Additional hours on request, when possible each extra hour cost Euro 90/-
b) Some of tours need to cross over the country border, in case of border control we recommend you to carry passport.
c) Please inform us in case you want to take baby with you, we will try to arrange a suitable baby seat.
On this sightseeing tour you will see the most important film locations from the movie “The Sound of Music” in Salzburg city and Mondsee (wedding church). Many of them are also very important sights like Leopodskron Palace and Nonnberg Abbey from where Maria was sent to the Trapp Family.
Then we will head for the lakes and mountains district Salzkammergut.
Soft hills and high mountains, steep rugged rocks, mountain lakes and picturesque villages; a breathtaking view from high above over Lake Wolfgangsee and St. Gilgen (also famous for the Mozart family) – it is indeed not surprising that this wonderful part of Austria became world famous.
Finally we will reach the extraordinary village Hallstatt at lake Hallstätter See. It is simply amazing how the houses were built between the mountains and the lake. And thus is the history of this outstanding sightseeing place. 7000 years of salt mining and findings of eminent historic import even gave a scientific epoch its name: The Hallstatt period with the Hallstatt Culture. Together with the Dachstein region it was declared an UNESCO Heritage site.