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- Tour with a licensed guide
Tour departs from your Hotel or any other location in Salzburg
Tour concludes at your hotel or any other location in Salzburg you prefer
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Prices, times and itineraries are subject to change without prior notice. Vehicle up to 8 persons. The above price is valid for a tour in English, German, French, Spanish or Italian (please let us know which language you prefer after completing the booking).
Tours in Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Portuguese are only available on request! Please contact us for a quote for big groups.
Private Classical Salzburg Walking Tour
Our private walking tours are the best way to see the city! Our experienced, professional tour guides with degrees in history, politics, architecture etc. will make sure to make your tour as informative and entertaining as possible.
Whether you are traveling with your wife and kids, a group of friends or on a corporate retreat our private walking tours are the ideal way to see the city. Strolling through the city on foot allows you to take in the sights at a more leisurely pace.
We can also arrange stops for lunch or perhaps you would like an evening out, see a show, relax over a meal in a local restaurant. Your wish is our command!
Salzburg is proud of its past. As an ecclesiastical principality which enjoyed the exclusive status of being responsible to the Emperor directly, Salzburg was ruled by archbishops, uniting both secular and ecclesiastical power.
The modern city is located on the site of Roman Juvavum, a settlement which grew up on one of the major military roads of the ancient world. After the collapse of Rome, centuries passed until, in 696, Bishop Rupert founded the city anew.
The face of the contemporary Salzburg, dominated by the baroque majesty of the old city, was created in the 17th and 18th centuries. It was then that the Prince-archbishops Wolf Dietrich, Markus Sittikus and Paris Lodron realized their major building programmes, thereby leaving an indelible mark on the architecture of the city. Even today, over one hundred churches, castles and palaces bear witness to the power of the Salzburg archbishops.