Salzburg is a unique city. It harmoniously combines alpine nature and ancient architecture. To explore a city with such a rich historical heritage, it is not enough to wander around with a guidebook. I suggest you walk through the old town of Salzburg with knowledge.
Salzburg is a compact city and walking around is great fun. But what if the weather is rainy, or you are traveling with elderly relatives or young children? Maybe you want to see more of Salzburg and visit the historic sites outside the historic center? Then the perfect option for you is a 3.5 - 4 hour car-walking tour in my 8-seater minibus.
Eisriesenwelt is a system of substantially interconnected caves stretching through the bowels of the mountains for 42 kilometers. The areas closest to the surface of the caves are covered with centuries-old ice formations that are constantly growing and changing their shape.
Ludwig II is rightfully considered the most famous ruler of Bavaria in the 19 century. However, the monarch's personality is somewhat ambiguous. In the second period of his rulership, the king distanced himself from politics, withdrawing from his fairy-tale world.
The Hohenwerfen is one of the most impressive fortifications in Europe. It rises majestically above the valley of the Salzach River, blocking the enemy's path for centuries. In museums, you will visit ancient halls, bell towers, casemates with instruments of torture, and an armory.