Pick up in the Altstadt (Old Town), the major bus terminal or your hotel followed by a horse-drawn carriage tour to a selection of the famous Sound of Music shooting locations in Salzburg like Schloss Freisaal with a view to the Benediktiner Kloster – Hellbrunner Allee – Schloss Frohenburg, Schloss Hellbrunn with a 20 minute stop-over pause to visit the Sound of Music Pavillon, back to the City Center with Residenzplatz, St. Peter and last but not least Felsenreitschule.
Duration: approx. 2 hour
Rate per carriage for 4-5 people from Euro 350,00
Rate per large carriage for 10 people from Euro 580,00
Upon request we offer a complete tour to the Sound of Music shooting locations in Salzburg with takes at least half a day!
Now, for your visit to Salzburg, here are the locations where the film was shot:
The Benedictine Convent on Nonnberg: it is here that nuns sing ‘Maria’
Mirabell Gardens and Mirabel Palace: Maria and the children sing ‘Do-Re-Mi’
Residenz Square and Residenz Fountain: Maria crosses Residenz square in a bus on her way from Nonnberg Convent to the Trapp Villa singing ‘I have confidence in me’
Felsenreitschule: here, the Trapp Family performed its farewell song and Baron von Trapp sang Edelweiss
St. Peter’s Cemetery: it was here that the dramatic flight scenes were filmed
Leopoldskron Palace: the façade facing the lake represented the von Trapp residence
The Sound of Music Pavillon: can be found at Hellbrunn Palace today, in the movie it was still located at Leopoldskron Palace. One of the most famous and romantic scenes was filmed here: ‘I am 16 going on 17’
Frohnburg Palace: courtyard and main front were used as a backdrop
Other scenes where filmed outside of the city, for example at Anif Palace, Hohenwerfen Castles, Mondsee, Fuschl, St. Gilgen and Lake Wolfgang.
Visitors from all over the world use the opportunity to see the locations in the city of Salzburg, where the film ‘The Sound of Music’
was shot. Especially amongst fans from overseas the film has reached a unique status and incredible popularity – and many of them dream of following Maria’s footsteps at least once in their life. (source: http://www.salzburg.info