• The birthplace of Mozart.

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  • Luxuriate in a Junior Suite at the Sacher—at no extra cost to you.

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  • Ascend by funicular to 11th-century Hohensalzburg Fortress, and enjoy a private tour at the top.

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Salzburg, Austria, During Mozart Week 2017.

Lovely Salzburg stands on the border of Germany in the shadows of the Eastern Alps. The Salzach River bisects the city, with medieval and Baroque buildings of the Altstadt (Old Town) on its left bank, and the 19th-century Neustadt (New Town) on its right.

     Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here, and these days Salzburg is home to the annual Mozart Week celebration. If you love classical music, don’t miss it.

     In 2017, Mozart Week runs in Salzburg from 26 January until 5 February.

     Travel with us to Salzburg before 30 April 2017, and we'll upgrade your room at the legendary Sacher Hotel Salzburg to a Junior Suite for three nights at no cost to you. Read on for the details.


Austria

Type:Custom Journeys

Mode:Land

Sample Journey

This is a five-day sample itinerary. Remember that R. Crusoe can create a Salzburg (or Austria) journey of any length to meet your exact specifications.

Day 1: United States
Wednesday, 25 January 2017
• Overnight flight to Austria.
Overnight in flight 

Day 2: Salzburg, Austria
Thursday, 26 January 2017

• Land in Salzburg, transfer to your hotel, the Sacher Salzburg.
• Time at leisure in the city.
Overnight at the Sacher Hotel Salzburg

Day 3: Salzburg
Friday, 27 January 2017

• Private Old Town walking tour including Mozart Birthplace Museum, Panorama Museum, funicular to Hohensalzburg Fortress, privater tour, funicular back into town.
• O ption to Mozart Week concert at the Mozarteum (subject to availability)
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Overnight at the Sacher Hotel Salzburg

Day 4: Salzburg
Saturday, 28 January 2017

• Morning at leisure.
• Private walking tour of New Town including Mozart Residence, San Sebaqstain Cemetery, Mirabelle Palace and gardens.
• Option for Mozart Week evening performance of the Vienna Philharmonic at the Festspielhaus (subject to availability).

Overnight at the Sacher Hotel Salzburg
 
Day 5: Salzburg; United States
Sunday, 29 January 2017

• Fly home, or continue to Vienna with R. Crusoe & Son.

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Pricing

Per person sharing room from $2,190 for this five-day sample itinerary. This includes a complimentary three-night room upgrade at the Sacher Hotel Salzburg from a Top Deluxe Room to a Junior Suite, a savings of $1,000.

For more information, to book, or to speak to an R. Crusoe & Son travel specialist, please call us at 800-585-8555.

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Pre-Tour or Post-Tour Option

Before or after your visit to Salzburg, we stroinglky recommend a visit just around the corner to magnificent Vienna, Austria.

     In 1857, Emperor Francis Joseph tore down the wall that once enclosed the city of Vienna and replaced it with the wide Ringstrasse (Ring Street). Leopold IV extended the city limits to today’s Ringstrasse and took up residence at the site of the present Hofburg complex. Today the Ringstrasse is Vienna’s main boulevard, lined with famous buildings.

     On a drive, see the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts & Natural History, Hofburg Palace, Parliament, City Hall, the University of Vienna (founded in 1365), and Votiv Church.

     If you’d like, opt for time in the Museum of Fine Arts to see outstanding works by Dutch and Flemish painters from the 17th century, including Rubens, Rembrandt, van Dyck, Hieronymus Bosch, and Titian.

     At the Austrian Gallery at Upper Belvedere Palace, view the very heart of the collections, Gustav Klimt’s golden masterpieces, “The Kiss” and “Judith.”

     Spend time in historic Stephansdom (St. Stephan’s Cathedral). Though it now marks the heart of today’s Vienna, it stood outside the city walls when it was built in the mid-12th century. 

Take a guided tour of the Albertina Museum, just inside the Ringstrasse. One of the world’s great collections of graphic arts awaits—prints, engravings, and drawings by the old masters. Among the treasures here are works by Dürer, da Vinci, Delacroix, Michelangelo, Rubens, and many others.

     Don't miss the magnificent staterooms of Schönbrunn Palace. Designed in 1696, the palace was a favoerite summer getaway for the Habsburgs. Enter its ornate chambers, including the Hall of Mirrors, where a six-year-old Mozart played for Empress Maria Theresa. See the Grand Gallery, where the Congress of Vienna sliced up Napoléon’s fallen empire in 1815.

     A short walk away, settle into a café to enjoy a strudel-baking demonstration. Afterwards, of course, there’s time to kibitz over coffee and apple strudel.

     Other suggestions in the city? If you love history, visit the Sisi Museum, which compares myths and facts about Empress Elizabeth. The Leopold Collection houses a modern Austrian art collection. Is music your thing? Take time on your own at Haus der Musik, an interactive museum in the heart of Vienna. Another possibility? Head for the Spanish Riding School to see the famous Lippizaners in action. And there's the Vienna Boys Choir...

     Pricing: Please speak to an R. Crusoe travel specialist for details and pricing information.


Remember that R. Crusoe & Son can create Vienna pre-tour and post-tour itineraries of any length to meet your exact specifications.

 

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