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Description
Schloss Ambras
Ticket Price: April to October- Annual pass - 34 Euros Adult - 10 Euros Reduced - 7 Euros Family ticket - 18 Euros Group pp (minimum 10 people) - 7 Euros Children and adolescents under 19 years - Free December to March- Annual pass - 34 Euros Adult - 7 Euros Reduced - 5 Euros Family ticket - 12 Euros Group pp (minimum 10 people) - 5 Euros Children and adolescents under 19 years - Free There is a sight-seer (hop on/hop off) bus that runs to and from Hauptbahnhof and Hofburg stations up to the castle
Dom St Jakob, Cathedral Of St James
Timings: Monday to Thursday and Saturday 8 am to 6.30 pm Friday 8.45 am to 6.30 pm Sundays and public holidays 8 am to 6.30 pm Ticket Price: Free Entry Entry is prohibited when Mass in on
Triumphpforte, Triumphal Arch
Ticket Price: Free Entry Since the Triumphpforte is a neighbourhood landmark, there’s no opening or closing times
Swarovski Kristallwelten
Ticket Price: Single ticket - 11 Euros Groups of 10 or more - 9.50 Euros Children up to their 15th birthday accompanied by an adult - Free Swarovski Crystal Society members - Free Swarovski Crystal Worlds shop without entry to exhibits - Free There’s a shuttle bus available from Innsbruck (Innsbruck Main Station, Innsbruck Museumstrasse and Innsbruck Lowenhaus-ORF stations) every 2 hours from 9 am to 3 pm. Check the timetable given on the website. The admission to the Swarovski Kristallwelten is included in the ticket you pay for the shuttle service You could also opt for public transport if you don’t want to avail of the shuttle service From October 5, 2014 till April 2015, the Swarovski Kristallwelten will be closed for renovation purposes
Mirabelle Palace And Gardens
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu- 8 am to 6 pm, Tues + Fri- 1 pm. Closing Hours: 6 pm The Mirabell Gardens: they are a horticultural masterpiece, open daily from approx. 6 am to dusk. The Hedge Theater: one of the oldest hedge theaters north of the Alps, closed during the winter. Orangerie: Open all year round, daily 9 am-4 pm, free entrance. The Dwarf Garden features a number of misshapen creatures made of white Untersberg marble, closed during winter months. Tips: Spring and summer must be the best time to visit. Refreshing on hot days! Warnings: The other rooms house the municipal council and therefore not open to the public Recommendations: The garden is the main highlight
Salzburg Old Town
Opening Hours: Everything should be open by 10 am Closing Hours: Most of the shops close by dark, though the pubs are open till late Tips: You might need a few days to explore the entire area It’s post-card perfect, remember your camera! Warnings: There aren’t many street signs in English. Recommendations: Take a car tour around Old Town to see everything as fast as possible. Visit the Mozart Tributes. Enjoy some delicious meals while witnessing dinner shows the city is famous for Go to the markets, especially around Christmas
Mozarts Birthplace
Ticket Price: € 10 (€ 17) Children below 6 free Other Ticketing Details: In brackets, without Salzburg Card Reduction for groups of 10 people, students & seniors- € 8,50 (€ 14) Pupils (15-18 years of age) - € 4 (€ 6) Children (6-14 years of age) - € 3,50 (€ 5) Family tickets(2 adults with children) - € 21 (€ 36) School groups (School groups) - € 3,50 (€ 5) People with disabilities (1 accompanying person free) - € 8,50 (€ 14) Salzburg family pass- € 15 (€ 20) Opening Hours: 9 am Closing Hours: 5.30 pm/ July,Aug- till 8.30 pm Tips: Fun with a local tour guide Essential for lovers of Mozart The museum has a mobile app that has most of the main descriptions, so you can take a look there and know what to expect. Warnings:Easy to miss, so look carefully There is no audio you simply read the plaques on the walls etc. Recommendations: Visit Café Winkler afterwards
Mozart Residence
Opening Hours: Sept.–June, daily 9 am–5:30 pm; July and Aug., daily 9 am–8pm Closing Hours: Summer – 5.30pm, Winter – 8 pm Free entrance and audio guide with the Salzburg Card Tips: Buy a combo ticket for best value This site takes less than an hour Warnings: Concentrates more on Mozart’s father Recommendations: The tour comes with a hand-held recorder with information in different languages Pay attention to the beautiful portraits
Fortress Hohensalzburg
Ticket Price: Adults € 9.80 Groups of 10 or more € 8.90 Youth (6-15 years) € 5.60 Youth groups € 5.10 Family ticket (2 adults and up to 5 children under 15) € 22.60 Free with Salzburg Card! Other Ticketing Details: Ticket without ascent, can be obtained at the entrance of the forteresse- Adults € 8.60 Groups of 10 or more € 7.80 Youth (6-15 years) € 4.90 Youth groups of 10 or more € 4.50 Family ticket € 19.70 Free with Salzburg Card! Opening Hours: January-April, October-December: 9.30 - 17.00 May, June, September, advent-weekends, Easter: 9.00 - 18.00 July, August: 9.00 - 19.00 Closing Hours: Last entrance to the inner rooms 30 min. before closing. More on Fortress Museum inside Fortress hohensalzburg:Combined ticket: ascent and descent cable railway, fortress courtyards, peel towers, State Rooms, Fortress Museum, Rainer Regiment Museum, Marionette Museum, Sound and Vision Show, Almpassage. Tour with audio guide in 9 languages of the interior area (gallery, torture chamber, observation tower, “SalzburgerStier” - mechanical organ). Tips: The Salzburg card is a must! Taking the funicular will provide you with great views Walking up hill will be worth the effort as well Warnings: The lift is only open for one or two trips down. The road within the fortress goes straight down and it is very slick clay. Nice walk, but difficult if you are in heels or do not have any traction on your shoes. The climb up is strenuous with a significantly steep incline and not for the weak at heart Recommendations: The view at the top is stunning, the fort over-looks the city and you get wonderful sunset views
Wasserspiele
Ticket Price: Guided tour of the trick fountains, palace with audio guide, folklore museum. Adults € 10.50 Children and pupils (4-18 years) € 5.00 Students € 7.00 Opening Hours: Trick fountains, palace, folklore museum. April, October, until November 2: 9 am-4.30 pm May, June, September: 9 am-5.30 pm July, August: 9 am-6 pm July, August: evening tours- 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm Beginning of last tour (guided tours every half an hour) Closing Hours: Finally closes at 7pm Other Ticketing Details: Closed on public holidays and Wednesdays Tips: The Water Games come as part of a tour package of the entire Castle You can put aside an hour or two for this It’s a hit with kids! Warnings: Be careful with your camera as the fountains are hidden The fountains are not a year round exhibit to double check to make sure you go when they are active Recommendations: The grounds and gardens are well maintained and are good to stroll or relax Photo opportunity at the Sound of Music gazebo.
Historic Centre Of Vienna
The historic centre of Vienna is rich in beautiful architecture, including Baroque castles and gardens, as well as the late-19th-century Ringstrasse lined with grand buildings, monuments and parks. Activities for young children and Activities for older children. Toilet facilities also available.
Wiener Riesenrad
Other Hours: January, februry,November and December- 10:00 am - 8:00pm. March,April and October: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm. May to September: 9:00 am - 12:00 am. Other Ticket Price: Adults- 8 Euro and Children- 3.20 Euro. Mostly for kids, adventure lovers and explorers. Parking space is provided to visitors. Toilet facilities also available.
Belvedere Palace
Other Hours: Upper Belvedere- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Lower Belvedere Orangery- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Wednesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm. Other Ticket Price: Adults- € 19; Seniors- (60 years and above) € 16.50. Students (0-26 years)- € 16.50; Groups (of 10 Persons and over)- € 17. Children & Teenagers (0-18 years) free. Guided tours available. Wheelchair on rent & Toilet facilities also available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Old Town Hall Tower And Astronomical Clock
Open time: - Mon 11:00am; Tue-Sun 09:00am Closing time: - Daily 6pm. Ticket price: Adult 100 kc, children 50 kc, family 210 kc Try to avoid visiting Old Hall during weekends and crowded times. Elevator and wheelchair facility also available. Visitors can also visit the historic hall with a minimal fee.
Golden Lane
Other Hours: April to October- 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. November to March- 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Golden lane is included in the long and short tours of Prague castle. Wheel chair facility available.
Brandenburg Gate
Other Hours: Always open. The Reichstag and the Jewish memorial are on the same street. So don’t miss them. If you love photography, visit late in the evening for some excellent views. Here, you can enjoy horse cart rides too. During Christmas, don’t miss out on the Christmas stalls. No parking facility is available.
Landungsbruecken
Open 24 hours. Tip: If, on your way into the city from the airport, you obtained a day-pass (Tageskarte), on reching this place, you can take the Ferry No. 62 for no charge. Check the café at the end of the ride. It’s awesome.