Whether it's to the sound of music of Mozart or the Von Trapps, Salzburg is ideal for a daytime waltz. This riverside city of baroque beauty has historically been a meeting point of northern and southern Europe – a cultural richness that's earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
You'll get the lowdown on the city's history and attractions as we take you there so that you can make the most of your visit. Wander around the baroque palace-packed old town including the lavishly decorated cathedral and gaze up at the Festung Hohensalzburg – a 900-year-old clifftop fortress.
In the afternoon, you'll journey into ‘The Sound of Music' land – Austria's own version of the Lake District, Salzkammergut. See deep alpine valleys reflected in mirror-glaze lakes, including one that featured in the film itself, as well as other scenes that'll have you grabbing your camera over and over again.