18 Apr On the traces of Mozart
Experience a premium themed tour in Europe through the places where Mozart lived and traveled to.
The trip starts at Mozart’s birthplace, where he spent his childhood and much of his youth with his parents and sister. This is one of the most visited museums in Austria, located in the heart of the Old City and a highlight of any holiday in Salzburg, not just for music lovers but also for those interested in art, culture and history. The museum invites you to take a tour through original rooms where you will see items of Mozart everyday´s life as well as furniture from the 18th century. Let yourself be transported back to the days of Mozart!
When visiting Salzburg do not forget to taste a Mozartkugel, in English Mozart ball, a delicious sweet made of pistachio, marzipan and nougat, and covered by dark chocolate. They are probably the most popular sweets in Austria!
Original Salzburger Mozartkugel. Source: Café-Konditorei
Continue this route visiting the Schönbrunn Palace where Mozart delighted with his music to the imperial court of Joseph II, emperor of the Habsburg House; where he acquired the pseudonym of Viennese Versailles. Lose yourself imagining the music of this great artist in this wonderful palace while visiting its rococo style rooms and its fantastic gardens.ç
Mozart had a close connection with Mannhiem since the first time he was there, with only 7 years old, he played in front of the whole court. In the second half of 18th century, Mannheim was trend setting in European music scene. This was the reason why the composer, visited the town several times. Mannheim became the professional springboard, since elector Carl Theodor commissioned Mozart with the composition for his new seat of government in Munich the “Idomeneo”. Discover Mannhiem, a city of unique architecture and great cultural places
It was not easy for Mozart to find work, so he travelled to Paris with his mother in hopes of getting a good position. At the age of 21, Mozart was struggling with the little money that he earned from teaching music to students and he barely knew how to speak French. When his mother died he soon left the city. Currently the Garnier Palace honors the musician with a bronze bust.
Prague, Czech Republic
Mozart himself conducted the world premiere of his opera Don Giovanni in 1787 with a tremendous success. Now you´ll be able to appreciate in first person this renowned opera, a true Prague experience!
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