Departure from a point in the city e.g. Festival Hall, Mirabell Palace or at a hotel in the city – then drive over Freisaal Palace with a view of the Benedictine Monastery – Hellbrunner Allee – Frohenburg Palace strong>toHellbrunn Castle with a stopover about 20 minutes to visit the Sound of Music Pavilion and then back to the city with alighting in In the old town here we can also take the Residence Square, St. Peter and Felsenreitschule with us.
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Price per carriage for 4-5 people from Euro 420.00
Price per company car for 10 people from Euro 735.00
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We would also be happy to offer you a personal Sound of Music tour to all original locations upon request! However, this takes at least half a day!
The original locations in Salzburg and the associated scenes:
• Benedictine monastery Nonnberg:
Here the nuns sing ‘Maria’
• Mirabell Gardens and Mirabell Palace:
Maria and the children sing ‘Do-Re-Mi’
• Residenzplatz and Residenzbrunnen:
Maria crosses the Residenzplatz in the bus on her way from the Nonnberg Monastery to the Trapp Villa and sings ‘I have confidence in me’
• Rock riding school:
Here the Trapp family sings their farewell song in the film and the Baron sings his “Edelweiss Song”.
• St. Peter’s Cemetery:
The dramatic escape scenes were filmed here
• Leopoldskron Castle:
The sea-facing facade represented Baron von Trapp’s house in the film
• The Sound of Music Pavilion:
is now located in the park of Hellbrunn Palace, but in the film it was still located at Leopoldskron Palace. One of the most famous scenes was recorded here: ‘I am 16 going on 17’
• Frohnburg Castle:
The courtyard and front served as a backdrop for the Trapp family’s villa
Further scenes from “The Sound of Music” were filmed outside the city, including in Anif Castle, Hohenwerfen Castle, Mondsee, Fuschl, St. Gilgen, St. Wolfgang.
When visiting Salzburg, guests from all over the world take advantage of the opportunity to visit the locations where the film “The Sound of Music” was filmed. The film has long had cult status, especially overseas, and many fans dream their whole lives of following in Maria von Trapp’s footsteps themselves.