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As a first time tourist, you should stop on by for an hour or less. Gardens are well known and a part of the Salzburg experience. But...it's a small pleasant garden versus a grand splendor. Seen it once, took well less than an hour to...More
You must cross bridge to this lovely area where opera singers can be heard practising in the music school. The gnomes garden is well worth a visit and you can take some great photos. The flowers are lovely and there are some lovely bakery and...More
This is a tourist spot on every Salzburg visitor. Beautiful and huge, the Mirabelle gardens are a piece of beauty for sore eyes. Though there was some work going on when we visited, the visit was still worth it.
I was trying to catch my train back to Munich and elected to walk rather than figure out he bus route. By happenstance, I cut through this lovely garden and enjoyed its statues and flowers for a few minutes en route. I'd love to see...More
Its a beautiful garden to visit. You can have a walk or find a seat to relax and/or watch people. Its a touristic attraction, so please be aware of group of tourists. There is a rose garden and many other flowers in the whole garden....More
I had two reasons for going to the gardens; I enjoy gardens, plants and statues; parts of the Sound of Music film was shot here.
Even in October the gardens looked beautiful and well stocked with plants and flowers. The sun was shining and the...More
We visited because we wanted to see where some of the most iconic sites from the Sound of Music were filmed. But the gardens are so beautiful, they are well worth a visit on their own. It was crowded when we first stopped by in...More