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Salzburg Sightseeing Day Trip from Munich by Rail

  • Travel from Munich to Salzburg with prebooked train tickets and a guide 
  • Eco-friendly train travel straight to the UNESCO-listed Austrian city 
  • Find key Salzburg sights and hear tips for places to visit during a tour 
Salzburg Sightseeing Day Trip from Munich by Rail
From US$49.60
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Venture from Munich to Salzburg on a rail day trip with a guide at your side. Train travel in a new place can be daunting, but this excursion removes the hassle, letting you focus less on logistics and more on Salzburg. Once there, you'll get your bearings and hear Salzburg's history on a walking tour. Then, you'll enjoy ample free time to see the sights at your own pace.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in Munich, and board your train with your prebooked ticket. After just a 2-hour journey, you'll arrive in the heart of Salzburg.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the little Austrian city packs a punch with its history and culture. Hear tales of Mozart and the Sound of Music as you explore, and discover sights, such as Mirabell Palace Gardens, Salzburg Cathedral, and the Hohensalzburg Fortress.

When your walking tour ends, the afternoon is your own to explore as you wish. Perhaps visit Mozart’s Birthplace (Mozarts Geburtshaus), or sate your appetite with a slice of Sacher torte, Salzburg's signature sweet bite. In the early evening, you'll meet your guide for the train journey back to Munich.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Salzburg Tour by Train

My daughter and I booked the Salzburg by Train Tour from Munich and were really pleased with our trip. Ali from Italy was our guide. You couldn’t ask for a more friendly, knowledgeable, helpful, energetic and approachable guide. If you are lucky enough to get...More

Thank DnGDXB
Reviewed 10 May 2018
Great city trip; great host

It’s all so easy - easy to meet up with the host, easy trip to Salzburg in a comfortable train, easy to walk around this great city. Our host was Veronika, and although it must have been like herding sheep with over 30 of us,...More

Thank johnd1232015
Reviewed 9 May 2018
Thank you Ali

What a surprise. We are so glad we took this excursion. We might have missed some of the details of Salzburg had it not been for this trip and our wonderful guide, Ali from Italy. We can't praise her enough. She kept reign on our...More

Thank Stanley S
Reviewed 24 April 2018
Thank you Veronica :)

Beautiful sunday trip, very informative guide... what can I say more :) It is worth to visit Salzburg, if you have a limited time around Munich..

Thank ilker ö
Reviewed 16 April 2018
Vonderfull Veronika....made this a great day out

Our guide Veronika really made this a fabulous day. From the initial meeting at the main rail station in Munich, Veronika made sure we were well informed the whole day. From what would happen when we arrived, to the actual tour and restaurant recommendations when...More

Thank glasgowbigyin01
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Martin K
11 June 2018|
Response from Brent L |
Per my Fitbit, we walked around 14000 steps today during the tour, which I think is around 7 miles
Martin K
10 June 2018|
Response from Brent L |
Per my Fitbit, we walked around 14000 steps during the tour today, which I think is around 7 miles.
Martin K
10 June 2018|
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Response from DnGDXB | Reviewed this property |
The train from Munich to Salzburg is around 2 hours. The guided tour in Salzburg is also around 2 hours. We have 2 1/2 hours free time to explore on our own before meeting together to take the train back to Munich. Overall... More