Combine the famous spots from the city and follow the steps of the sound of music musical with the world cultural heritage sight Hallstatt together in a day trip.



After a short overview in the city center out of the van we are going to the Palaces known as sound of music movie spots. Afterwards out in the countryside on the way to Hallstatt.

Enjoy this famous movie and combine it with the world heritage of Hallstatt

With this tour we will give you more inside stories and backgrounds about the movie Sound of Music and not only.
The tour includes a city tour of Salzburg with a comfortable van, including the castle of Leopoldskron and Hellbrunn.
Then we continue to drive on to the lake district area, where you will see the lake of Fuschl, lake of Wolfgang and from there to the village of Hallstatt. In the afternoon hours we return to the lake of Mondsee and have a look at the wedding church used in the sound of music movie and then we return back to the town of Salzburg.

palace of Leopoldskron


This tour will bring you to the most famous locations on which the Sound of Music Movie has been taken place and a world cultural heritage.

the sound of music gazebo

The Gazebo

In the public parc of palace Hellbrunn the original gazebo of the sound of music musical movie is located and expects your visit for singing the ‘sixteen going to seventeen’ song from Rogers & Hammerstein.

Hallstatt town afternoon

Village Hallstatt – world cultural heritage

The old styled architecture – the new economie of tourism. You will find everything here in Hallstatt. Following the old steps of the celtic people living here you will find the relicts from the roman people also with ongoing settlement up to this times.

St. Michael’s Church in Hallstatt with the famous Bone House.

The lack of space in this small village between the lake Hallstatt and the mountain leads to a world unique storage of bones painted with praying and the dates of the people they have been in other times.

Hallstatt main altar
inside the bone house Hallstatt

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