Your children are more than welcome on the tour. The route is family friendly and we don't walk a long distance. Please be aware, however, that the content is not adapted for children. You will learn about history, get recommendations and children might get bored. [...]
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To protect the copyright that goes into the tours we do not allow video and audio recordings. Copyright protects the tours, same as other forms of art. The stories we share were collected and crafted over time. They result from hard work, study and research [...]
We have no photo stops scheduled, but it doesn’t bother us if you take pictures while we walk and talk. In fact we like to be photographed and shared on social media or wherever you share pictures. Please tag us and send us links or [...]
We will walk with you under any circumstances as long as they are not dangerous. In fact freezing temperatures and rain are typical for Salzburg and we will embrace it as special. Salzburgs rain even has a name. It’s called “string rain” because it’s raining [...]
There is no break scheduled during the tour because we are walking for less than two hours. In case of emergency you can ask for a toilet anytime and we will find one for you. In summer you should bring water. If you forgot we [...]
Ask at the reception or search the address from your booking confirmation on Google Maps. Except for some hotels, everything in Salzburg is walking distance. Google enabled offline maps so I recommend downloading the map of Salzburg and follow their lead.
The tour rarely ends where it starts but Salzburg is small and everything is close. If you need to get back to the start or need to get to a specific place, please ask us at the end of the tour and it’s our pleasure [...]
We walk a kilometer and a half, which is a mile. There are no bumps on the streets of Salzburg and the walk is as easy as it could be.