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Salzburg in Austria is a town that has hardly changed in the last 200 years. It is divided by the fast-flowing Salzach River into the Old and New towns, and is surrounded by a formidable clifftop fortress and the stunning Alps.
Salzburg is a truly charming city, made for walking around and exploring. But for a newcomer, it can be quite daunting to get around. With Salzburg’s Hop On Hop Off Buses, this is made easy. You can see all the top spots in the city with this convenient mode of transport, and all you need is one ticket.
Read along to learn more about Salzburg hop-on hop-off bus tours.
Hop-on hop-off bus tours are one of the best to travel around and see the sights of Salzburg:
Flexible Cancellation Policy: You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Discounted tickets: Children aged 6 and under can go for free. Children aged 6-16 enjoy reduced pricing
* Audio Guide Languages: Spanish, Catalan, Gallego, Euskera, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, and Japanese. Kids’ Channel available in English and Spanish
This line begins at Mirabellplatz and has 12 stops.
These include Mirabell Palace, Mirabell Gardens, Getreidegasse, Mozart's Birthplace, and Residence, the Hohensalzburg Fortress, and more.
This route begins at Mirabellplatz and has 8 stops.
They include Fuschlsee, the Mozart village in St. Gilgen, the Mondsee, Basilica St. Michael, St. Wolfgang on the Wolfgangsee, and more.
This route has 3 stops.
It starts at Mirabellplats and travels to the Gaisberg, a mountain with a peak that has stunning views. .
No. 9 Getreidegasse was the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and where the composer spent his childhood. Now a museum, it displays details of his life and the instruments he used
Salzburg Cathedral was founded by Saint Rupert in 774, but was rebuilt in 1181 after a fire, and once again in the Baroque style in the 17th century. This was where Mozart was baptized.
Located just to the south of the city, the Baroque Schloss Hellbrunn was built in the 17th century for Markus Sittikus von Hohenems, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg as a summer residence.
Located in Salzburg’s Old Town, this narrow shopping street has global and local brands as well as popular boutiques and restaurants. Look out for the picturesque wrought iron shop signs.
Set in the center of the Old Town, this palace was built in 1606 by Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich Raitenau for himself and his mistress. It is known for its beautiful gardens.
Sitting atop the Festungsberg, this medieval fortress was built by the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg in the 11th century. From its vantage point, it has great views of the city.
Between 1773 and 1787 Mozart and his family lived in this spacious eight-room apartment, located in today's Makartplatz. Today, it is a museum with exhibitions, concerts, and more.
Near the Salzburg Cathedral is the Nonnberg Abbey which is known for its amazing 12th-century frescoes. Also here is St. Peter’s Cemetery, the oldest burial ground in Salzburg.
Also called the Tiergarten Hellbrunn, this zoo is spread across 14 hectares on Anifer Street. It is home to over 1500 animals of 150 species, including bears, rhinos, and more.
This area around the Salzburg Cathedral features a large complex of restored Baroque buildings, like the Residenzgalerie, the Cathedral Museum, and St Peter’s Museum.
The Salzburg Museum is spread across six locations, including the New Residential Palace (Neue Residenz). There are collections related to the city’s history and culture from the Bronze Age.
The Mönchsberg, a mountain with forests, meadows, and panoramic views over the city. It is named for the monks at St Peter's Abbey located at its base. Atop it is the Salzburg Museum of Modern Art.
A. Yes, Salzburg has a hop-on hop-off bus tour.
A. You can buy Salzburg hop-on hop-off tickets online.
A. Yes, you can avail Salzburg hop-on hop-off tickets online.
A. Hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour ticket prices start from €23.
A. Hop-on hop-off buses in Salzburg allow you to get on and leave the bus at any of the designated stops to see the major city landmarks whenever you want.
A. Salzburg hop-on hop-off buses run between 10 AM to 6 PM and arrive at a frequency of 15 minutes.
A. Yes, there are audio guides available for adults in over 14 languages on the Salzburg hop-on hop-off bus tours. Audio guides for children are available in English and Spanish.
A. Yes, Salzburg’s hop-on hop-off bus tours are accessible to wheelchair users.