Free Walking Tour Salzburg

General information

Location

Salzburg

Starting time

11:00 am / 6:00 pm

Duration

2 hours

Price

Tip only basis

Languages

English

Free Walking Tour Salzburg

Free walking tour Salzburg is one of the best ways to visit the beautiful city of Salzburg in Austria, known for its baroque architecture, stunning mountain views, and rich musical heritage. The city was the birthplace of Mozart and is home to numerous historical landmarks, including the Salzburg Cathedral and the Mirabell Palace. Visitors can also enjoy the charming narrow streets and quaint coffeehouses, as well as the lively local markets and street performers. Whether you are a history buff, a music lover, or just looking for a peaceful escape, Salzburg has something for everyone.

Meeting point

Meet your guide at the Mirabell Palace.

Price

Tip only basis. You must tip your guide at the end of the tour. It is recommended to tip from 10 to 20 euros per person.

Itinerary

Free walking tour Salzburg will start at the Mirabell Palace, where you can admire its beautiful gardens and fountains.

From there, you will continue to the impressive St. Peter’s Abbey, a medieval monastery that was once a center of learning and culture.

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You will also see the iconic Salzburg Cathedral, with its towering spires and beautiful stained glass windows.

Finally, you will visit the historic Old Town, with its narrow cobblestone streets, picturesque squares, and historic buildings that have been beautifully preserved. The tour will end at the stunning Residenzplatz, surrounded by impressive buildings, monuments, and fountains.

Frequently asked questions

What is the maximum of participants?

The maximum of participants is 15 people.

Can I book a private walking tour?

Yes, you can book a private walking tour by contacting us straight via email.

Can I bring my children?

Yes, in Free Tour Salzburg everyone is welcome.

What should I bring?

Check out the weather on the day of the tour to make sure you bring and umbrella in case is raining. Bring comfortable shoes, cash and a big smile 🙂