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Salzburg: Yellow Line Hop-on Hop-off City Tour

1. Salzburg: Yellow Line Hop-on Hop-off City Tour

See all the important sights of Salzburg on a flexible 24-hour or 48-hour hop-on and hop-off bus tour. Travel in luxurious, air-conditioned coaches and enjoy an informative audio commentary in 13 languages, with a complimentary headset for each seat. Get to know the city in an hour by taking a non-stop tour, or hop off at any of 12 stops to discover Salzburg's attractions at your own pace. The tour loop starts at Mirabellplatz 2, next to Mirabell Gardens and University Mozarteum, and you can stop off at any of the following designated stops: • Mirabellplatz/Mozarteum • Mozartsteg/Rudolfskai • Mozartsteg/Imbergstraße • Hanusch-Platz • Herbert-von-Karajan-Platz • Schloss Leopoldskron • Hellbrunn Palace • Kleingmain/Gwandhaus • Nonntal • Mozartsteg/Imbergstraße • Mirabellplatz/St. Andrä • Salzburg Main Station

Salzkammergut Region: Hop-on and Hop-off Bus Tour

2. Salzkammergut Region: Hop-on and Hop-off Bus Tour

This tour takes you to the "Land of Music". Namely to the impressive Salzkammergut, lakes and mountains region. Admire the outstanding beauty of the glacial lakes and mountains for which the Salzkammergut region is famous. Since this is a hop-on, hop-off bus tour, you are able to enjoy all the sights at your own pace. With the Green Line you are travelling from Salzburg via Hof and Fuschl to the village of St. Gilgen, where Mozart's mother was born. In St. Gilgen you can change to the Red Line, which brings you via Abersee and Strobl further on to St. Wolfgang (and back to St. Gilgen). In St. Wolfgang you will find many delights including the local church with its famous winged altar from the 15th century by Michael Pacher and the Hotel White Horse Inn, which was the setting for the famous operetta "Im Weissen Rössl". Continue your journey with the Green Line and pass the picturesque Krottensee and the Castle of Hüttenstein. Then via the Scharfling pass along the shores of the Mondsee (Moon Lake), to the town of the same name once famous for its monastery and world famous as the Sound of Music Wedding Church. Return to Salzburg via Thalgau and Eugendorf along the charming Flachgau region. Audio-commentary in 13 languages is available.

Salzburg: Audio-Guided Hop-On Hop-Off Tour to Gaisberg

3. Salzburg: Audio-Guided Hop-On Hop-Off Tour to Gaisberg

In 30 to 40 minutes, this tour takes you from the city center of Salzburg to Gaisberg, the main mountain of Salzburg. Learn facts about the city as you see Schloss Neuhaus, Mirabell Palace and Gardens, the Guggenthal ruins, and more. Drive through the Schallmoos main road along the Kapuzinerberg, together with the Festungsberg and Mönchsberg Mountains. See the Schloss Neuhaus castle, which was in the possession of the archbishop since the 13th century. Continue to drive through the district of Gnigl and be directed to the 1043 m high rock of the Nockstein before you reach Guggenthal. It is located at the foot of the Gaisberg and means “look into the valley.” At 1287 m above sea level, Gaisberg is the highest point in the city of Mozart and one of the Northern Limestone Alps. After reaching the top, see the ruins of the historical brewery Guggenthal and enjoy the clear mountain panorama and city view. Choose from 24-hour or 48-hour options to hop-on or off the bus as you choose. You also have the option of selecting a 3-route ticket allowing access to two additional routes: the Salzburg city hop-on hop-off, and the bus to the Salzkammergut.

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What people are saying about Salzburg

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 165 reviews

It was good, we liked the fact that it was open on a 1st of January. Even though there were two tours but one of them (the old town) was not available on that day, but the other was really good. The only bad thing about all the tours we bought over Get your guide its that you have to redeem the online vouchers in some other place than the attraction and make the line when you get to the place you want to visit. It works if you want to secure your seat/entrance but otherwise is the same if you buy the ticket at the counter.

The drivers were very friendly and helpful. I quickly recognized the city in a short time. I would recommend if a short-term visit is planned. summer and winter tour is different. - every 30 minutes in the summer / every 45 minutes in the winter - more stops in the winter, more in the winter - there is no stop close to the airport, but there is a stop at the train station - the bus sometimes passes 5-6 minutes before the stop, sometimes it can be 5-6 minutes late.

The first round is the best way to get to know the city in general and to get an overview.

At the start of your stay, this allows you to see places of interest to discover

In September it is very pleasant to visit Salzburg.