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Hubert-Sattler-Gasse 1, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
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The hills are alive with The Original Sound of Music Tour in Salzburg. Enjoy a day trip visiting the breathtaking landscapes and locations where the famous musical, 'The Sound of Music,' was filmed. The English-speaking guide not only shows you the highlights of the film, but also the historical and architectural landmarks in the city, as well as a part of the picturesque lake district.
- Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
- Popular choice with kids
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
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Pass By: Mirabell palace and Gardens, Salzburg, Austrian Alps
See the beautiful Mirabell Gardens where the song "Do-Re-Mi" was filmed. After or before joining the tour, we recommend seeing the gardens on your own exploring the Pegasus Fountain as well as the Do-Re-Mi steps.
Stop At: Hotel schloss leopoldskron
Enjoy the breathtaking view during a photo stop at Lake Leopoldskron mirroring the palace, where the famous boating scene was filmed.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Schloss Hellbrunn, Salzburg, Austrian Alps
The next photo stop are the gardens of Schloss Hellbrunn, where you will visit the glass gazebo used in the movie for the kissing scene of Maria and Baron von Trapp.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Nonnberg Convent, Salzburg, Austrian Alps
You'll pass by the Nonnberg abbey, where Maria was a novice and got married to Baron von Trapp.
Stop At: St Gilgen Mozartplatz, St Gilgen, Austrian Alps
You will now make your way to the lake district passing Lake Fuschl and lake Wolfgang, where panorama shots were filmed. During a brief photo stop, enjoy the view of Lake Wolfgang and down to St. Gilgen.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Basilika St. Michael, Mondsee, Upper Austria
You'll have approx. 1 hour at leisure in Mondsee, where you have the chance to visit the famous Basilika St. Michael, where the wedding of Maria and Baron von Trapp was filmed.
Duration: 1 hour
Itinerary:The Sound of Music Film Locations in Salzburg:
• Mirabell Gardens - The Mirabell Gardens were laid out in the 18th century. Maria and the children were seen dancing around the statue of Pegasus, the winged horse, and throughout the gardens singing 'Do-Re-Mi.'
• Leopoldskron Castle - The front side of the castle was used as the Trapp family home, the children were boating on the Leopoldskron Lake and fell into the water. The Venetian room was copied from the castle and used as the ballroom.
• Hellbrunn Castle - This hunting castle was built in the early 17th century by Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus. In the gardens the glass pavillion was reconstructed for the pleasure of those fans still returning after 30 years.
• Nonnberg Abbey - Nonnberg Abbey is the oldest convent in the German speaking part of Europe. Maria was a novice there. The baron and Maria were married here in 1927. The scenes for the movie made here include the opening with the nuns going to Mass and Maria coming too late.
• St Gilgen and Lake Wolfgang - Scenery shown at the beginning of the movie was filmed at Lake Fuschl on the way to St Gilgen. Like the Mozart family, visitors from all over the world appreciate the beautiful village in the Salzkammergut.
• Wedding Church Mondsee - Mondsee Cathedral was used as the location for Maria and the Baron's wedding in the film.
Please note: The coach will visit all film locations listed above. You will get off the bus at Leopoldskron Castle, Hellbrunn Castle, St Gilgen and Lake Wolfgang and Mondsee.
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entry/Admission - Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron
Entry/Admission - Schloss Hellbrunn
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Collapsible wheelchairs can be accommodated providing the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them board and disembark
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
april our guide was informative and fun. the tour left on time and featured a number of stops linked to the film. there was drinks available to buy on the coach, a sing song and some free time in morsee.
a good afternoon out
Great trip. The guide and driver were fun, knowledgeable and friendly. The tour took in all the great sights of the film. Also the music played was at the right point on the trip and we enjoyed singing along.
Highly recommend this tour. It doesn’t take up your entire day so you can have time after to walk around or relax before dinner. Our tour guide Antonio was great. Very knowledgeable about where and how the Sound of a music was shot in and outside of Salzburg.
Enthusiastic guide and she and the bus driver worked well together. I enjoyed the tour.
4 Hours well spent fun and insight into the wonderful film that most of us have seen many many times. Ivo the driver and April the guide were great. Very cheesy, but it added to the fun. One thing, that I do think is necessary to relay to April, the guide is, that she omitted to inform us that Von Trapp’s first wife was English. This was not mentioned, and I overheard another guide. An important factor I think. Any way, great afternoon was had by all. No need to do again. Laura Li
Relived the nostalgic moments from my child hood when I watched the film number of times and sang every song ... later taught all the songs to my children! It was great to visit the places where the film was shot :)
Amazing!!! We had a wonderful time!! It’s worth every penny!i loved our tour guide, the bus driver also was wonderful!
2nd time I took this tour! This time I took my family. It was wonderful again!
I would highly recommend while you are visiting Salzburg.
Amazing scenery great guides and fun singing. Loved the whole experience. Wonderful atmosphere on the bus.
While this is a pretty seamless tour that clearly sees a lot of tourists, I felt a bit let down that we didn't get to go up to the gates of the house itself. The best we did was a drive by it the next road over, and the rainy weather meant it was impossible to take photos through the bus windows. The back of the house was filmed at Leopold's Palace and while we got a good view of it from across the lake, it would have been nice to actually visit it. We did get to see the garden where a lot of the Do-Re-Mi song sequence was shot, but because it was winter, it was closed and we couldn't walk through it (only past it). Overall, it was a bit of a disappointing experience due to the fact I saw no advertising that the gardens would be closed or that we wouldn't actually stop at the location of the house. Probably save this trip for spring through summer if you want to ensure you can visit more of the places.