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Salzburg: Hop-on Hop-off City Tour

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

See all the important sights of Salzburg on a flexible 24-hour, 48-hour or 72-hour hop-on and hop-off bus tour. Travel in luxurious, air-conditioned coaches and enjoy an informative audio commentary in up to 13 languages, with a complimentary headset for each seat. With your ticket, the following lines are available to you: Important note: The Yellow Line is currently available, while the Blue Line is on winter break, and will be back in spring 2024. Yellow Line: Get to know the city in an hour by taking a non-stop tour, or hop off at any of 10 stops to discover Salzburg's attractions. 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 • Hanusch-Platz • Herbert-von-Karajan-Platz • Schloss Leopoldskron • Hellbrunn Palace • Kleingmain/Gwandhaus • Nonntal • Mozartsteg/Imbergstraße • Mirabellplatz/St. Andrä • Salzburg Main Station • Mirabellplatz/Mozarteum Blue Line (currently on winter break & will be back in spring 2024): Discover much more than Salzburg with our blue hop-on and hop-off line and cross the border to Germany to Berchtesgaden together with us. Starting point is at Mirabellplatz 2 as well and you can use the following designated stops: • Salzburg Mirabell Square • Salzburg Hellbrunn Palace • St. Leonhard Untersberg Railway • Hallein Old Town/Celtic Museum • Hallein/Pernerinsel • Salzburg Salt Worlds & Celtic.Experience.Mountain • Bad Dürrnberg Zinkenlifte • Documentation Obersalzberg: Kehlsteinhaus (The Dokumentation Obersalzberg is closed due to construction work until fall 2023.) The bus from the stop Obersalzberg to the Eagle’s Nest has to be booked separetely. • Berchtesgaden Market • Königssee/ King's Lake • Berchtesgaden Salt Mine • Leonhard Untersberg Railway • Salzburg Hellbrunn Palace • Salzburg Mirabell Square

Salzburg: Salt Mine Entrance Ticket

2. Salzburg: Salt Mine Entrance Ticket

Journey into the mountain is a journey through time – to be more precise, through 2600 years of salt mining on the Dürrnberg. Outfitted in white miners’ overalls, you will set out in search of white gold – through four entire epochs of human history: Your path begins with modern mining and salt production as it is done today. It then leads through the murky Middle Ages and ultimately ends with the Celtic miners of the Iron Age. A raft ride across a mystical salt lake enthralls you amid the iridescent world of Baroque Salzburg. At the end of your journey, you will have a true grasp of why salt is indeed regarded as the essence of life. And we shouldn’t forget to mention: During your tour, you will cross the subterranean border between Austria and Germany, ride on a mine train, and slither down two miners’ slides deeper and deeper into the mountain. A grand adventure indeed! Visit the salt manufactory on the Celtic Mountain, you have the unique opportunity to watch an extraordinary salt being created. Bad Ischler Salzzart is extraordinary for several reasons: Here, in Austria’s only showcase saltworks and under the keen eye of a master salt-maker, the natural brine of the Dürrnberg gives birth to pyramid-shaped salt crystals. Look over this craftsman’s shoulder as he skillfully goes about his work.

Private Hallstatt Tour

3. Private Hallstatt Tour

This tour will take you to some places where the Celtics used to live, worked and had mystically places. We will drive with you to the village of Hallstatt, where you have the possibility to visit the salt mines (only visible between April and November) and some other Celtic spots in the area. Then you will drive with you on the way back by the mystically water fall of Golling where already the Celtics had a mystically place and we can also visit the Canyon of the hammer river which the Celtics used as a holy place.  Between the end of November and the beginning of April you can visit the salt mines of Hallein, the waterfalls and then see the city of Hallstatt and the lake district area.

Private Eagle's Nest Tour & Salt Mines Tour from Salzburg

4. Private Eagle's Nest Tour & Salt Mines Tour from Salzburg

on the Salzburg. Outfitted in white miners’ overalls, you will set out in search of white gold – through four entire epochs of human history: Your path begins with modern mining and salt production as it is done today. It then leads through the murky Middle Ages and ultimately ends with the Celtic miners of the Iron Age. A raft ride across a mystical salt lake enthralls you amid the iridescent world of Baroque Salzburg. At the end of your journey, you will have a true grasp of why salt is indeed regarded as the essence of life. And we shouldn’t forget to mention: During your tour, you will cross the subterranean border between Austria and Germany, ride on a mine train, and slither down two miners’ slides deeper and deeper into the mountain. A grand adventure indeed! he Eagle's Nest in Berchtesgaden, Germany, is a historic site with a dark past. Here's a brief history of the Eagle's Nest: -Construction: Built in 1939, the Eagle's Nest was a mountaintop chalet and the former southern headquarters of the Nazi party. It was a gift from Hitler's inner circle for his 50th birthday -Design: The building was designed by Martin Bormann, and it was built with precision stonework evoking fascist obedience Hitler's Visits: Hitler seldom visited the Eagle's Nest, as he was afraid of heights. He visited only 14 times -Symbol of Power: The Eagle's Nest was a symbol of power for the Nazi regime, and decisions were made there -Survival: The Eagle's Nest was one of the few undamaged monuments of the Nazi era, as Allied bombing at the end of World War II did not damage the building

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What people are saying about Hallein

Absolutely loved this tour! It was interesting but also a lot of fun - the guide was entertaining! The slides are super fun and you also get entry to the Celtic mountain (I was the only person in that attraction but again it was very interesting to learn some local history). One thing I will point out is that if you’re taking the bus to get there then you need to allow yourself a lot of time. I left more than 90 minutes to travel from Anif but ended up having to pay €20 for a taxi from Hallein as the bus only comes once per hour and if I’d waited for it I would’ve missed my booked slot (I don’t know if this is different in the summer). The same thing for the buses on the way back - the bus stop is directly outside the car park for the mine but it only comes once per hour. If there’s more than one of you it would be worth getting a taxi.

Was very fun: informative short films, great guides, 2-minute ride into the mine on a log train, 80-meter long boat ride with light show, two slides (one measures your speed on the way down), possibility to buy photos of yourself before going on the tour and going down the slide, you can try brine, souvenir and salt shop

Beautiful experience on a wonderful sunny day with a fantastic guide Bernard. Very available and prepared. Very recommended experience. The salt mines are beautiful and interesting, much less touristy than those of Hallein

Very interesting. The guide was very gently and understandable. I would tottaly recommend it to someone that is near the mines!

This tour was so much fun, and also educational. I highly recommend it to all.