Stiegl Brauwelt

The tour begins in the 5,000 m² museum, where you will learn everything about the history of the Stiegl brewery in an interactive and eventful way. With this offer you will have a multi visual experience of a special kind in the 270° Stiegl brewery cinema, after which you will proceed to the house brewery to see the local raw materials. There you can also look over the shoulders of our creative brewers as they brew our Stiegl house beers.

The tour ends with a visit to the production facility. Here you can visit the modern brewhouse and the bottling hall, where you can see how 90,000 bottles of Stiegl beer are filled per hour. During the tour you will also enjoy a beer tasting of three different Stiegl beers.

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Mozart - not available anymore

Salzburg is best known as the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. His legacy is felt throughout the city, from his birthplace to regular performances of his music in its many concert halls. On the 27th of January 1756 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in the Getreidegasse in Salzburg as the seventh child of his parents, but was only the second to survive infancy. He had a highly musical family as already his father was a composer. Therefore, he and his older sister called "Nannerl" were musically educated by their father at an early age.
Mozart's birth house is nowadays one of the most visited museums of the world! Nowhere else can Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and his music be felt as vividly as in the house where he was born. During this excursion, we offer you to dive into the life and music of Mozart and to find out more about one of the most famous classical composers of all times. After a guided tour through Mozart's birth house, we want to end the conference comfortably together with you at Cafe Mozart with coffee and cake.

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Festival Houses and City Tour - not available anymore

Visit Salzburg, a beautiful city with its picturesque old town, located amidst the breathtaking Alpine scenery, together with us. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic central European city offers impressive baroque architecture and is of high cultural significance. The Hohensalzburg Fortress is the landmark of the city of Salzburg and the largest completely preserved castle in Central Europe, providing an impressive view over the city and its surroundings. The cathedral, the monastery of St. Peter, the residence, the oldest pharmacy and the oldest coffee house, the Salzach, the city mountains, such as the Mönchsberg and the Kapuzinerberg, and much more will be shown to you on this city walk.

Salzburg is best known as the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In addition to music, Salzburg also has a rich theatrical tradition. The Salzburg Marionette Theater is world-renowned and offers fascinating performances for young and old. The Salzburg Landestheater is another important institution that performs both classical and contemporary plays.

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The Salzburg Festival is one of the most prominent classical music and performing arts festivals in the world, featuring a variety of concerts, operas, theater performances and more.

The Salzburg Festival Houses consist of three main venues: the Großes Festspielhaus, the Haus für Mozart, and the Felsenreitschule.
The Großes Festspielhaus (Great Festival Hall) is the largest and most famous of the three venues. The impressive architecture and state of the art facilities serve as the main stage for opera performances during the festival.
The Haus für Mozart (House for Mozart) is another outstanding venue within the festival complex. It is a smaller theater that specializes in hosting chamber music concerts and smaller-scale opera productions. Despite its smaller size, the Haus für Mozart offers an intimate setting and a unique atmosphere that enhances the audience's experience.
Lastly, the Felsenreitschule (Rock Riding School) is a historic venue that dates back to the 17th century. It is a magnificent open-air theater carved into the side of a cliff. The Felsenreitschule is renowned for its distinctive seating arrangement and  is often used for large-scale productions, including opera and theater performances. Overall, the Salzburg Festival Houses are not only architectural masterpieces but also vibrant cultural hubs that celebrate the arts. They provide a platform for both established and emerging artists to showcase their talent and contribute to the rich cultural heritage of Salzburg.

Don't miss this opportunity to take a two hour guided city walk through Salzburg and Salzburg’s Festival hall in order to dive into the culture and beauty of this city in the heart of the Alps and to take a look behind the scenes during a one hour guided tour through the festival halls.

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