A few more reasons why you've gotta go…
- 1. The views: Become inspired as you cycle past snowcapped mountains, expansive lakes, and 14,000 year-old glacier-carved gorges.
- 2. Werfen Ice Cave: Werfen is a scenic village filled with historic churches, monuments, and the imposing Hohenwerfen Castle, featured in the film Where Eagles Dare.
- 3. The Salzburg Fortress: Almost a thousand years old, this medieval, iconic fortress towers over Mozart’s city and is the largest fortress of its kind in Europe to have survived intact in its entirety.
- 4. Mirabell Palace and Gardens: Built in 1606, this former palace with magnificent staircases and gardens now houses government offices. The gardens are where the von Trapp children sang "Do-Re-Mi" in The Sound of Music. The Marble Hall, formerly the prince archbishop's banquet hall, is where Mozart's father Leopold and his children Wolfgang and Nannerl once played their instruments.
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