Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, 27 January 1756; died Vienna, 5 December 1791. Son of Leopold Mozart. He showed musical gifts at a very early age, composing when he was five and when he was six playing before the Bavarian elector and the Austrian empress. Leopold felt that it was proper, and might also be profitable, to exhibit his children's God-given genius (Maria Anna, 'Nannerl', 1751-1829, was a gifted keyboard player): so in mid-1763 the family set out on a tour that took them to Paris and London, visiting numerous courts en route. Mozart astonished his audiences with his precocious skills; he played to the French and English royal families, had his first music published and wrote his earliest symphonies.
One day for Mozart all places from Mozart in Salzburg as well as Saint Gilgen - Price per Van (max. 08 Passengers).
Places of interest:
- Birthplace - Cathedral - Mozart's Residence - Residence - University;
- Collegialchurch - St. Peter - St. Sebastian - Mozarteum - Mirabell;
- Capuchin mountain - Mozartsquare - Mozartbridge - Maria Plain and Saint Gilgen at lake Wolfgangsee;
I recommend to buy for this tour the Salzburg Card.
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