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Updated: May 19, 2023

Mirabell Garten, Salzburg

The Pegasus Fountain, the Dwarf Garden, and the set of steps where Julie Andrews and company practised "Do-Re-Mi" in "The Sound of Music" may all be found on the east bank of the Salzach River. In 1690, Archbishop Johann Ernst von Thun fully renovated the Mirabell Gardens. The fundamental geometrical shape, which is typical of the Baroque period, can still be seen. The gardens' visual alignment with the cathedral and citadel contributes to their majesty while also blending them into the city's wider historical ensemble.

Mondsee - the Sound of Music wedding church

The wedding scene in the classic "Sound of Music," starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, was filmed within the basilica Mondsee. This is why over 200.000 people visit the cathedral each year, making it one of the most photographed churches in the world. Mondsee is only around 15 miles (24 kilometres) east of Salzburg. In normal traffic, you should be able to travel in roughly 30 minutes. Mondsee, with just a population of roughly 4,000 people, is well worth a visit, either as a portion of a day trip or as a great overnight spot from which to explore the surrounding area.

Gingerbread from St. Wolfgang

The gingerbread native to St. Wolfgang was initially prepared in the 14th century (and became more famous around 1720) as a snack for pilgrims on their long journeys. As a result, if you happen to visit St. Wolfgang, these delectable cookies would make an excellent keepsake. People frequently visit this location to reconnect with their spiritual selves and to admire the workmanship that lies somewhere between the beautiful destination.

Village of St. Wolfgang.

A beautiful town with panoramic views of Lake Wolfgang and the surrounding mountains. This is without a doubt among the most beautiful places on the planet.

St Wolfgang is one of Austria's most beautiful towns. St. Wolfgang, located on the Upper Austrian side of Lake Wolfgangsee, is the smallest of the three communities

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