For more than 400 years, Haierbulun Palace is famous for its magical fountain. Magic fountain will fall from the floor, stone chair or sky. Unexpected unique experience and surprises are to make tourists soak through. The scream is very interesting. Take bus No. 25 from downtown Salzburg for about half an hour. The visitors to the fountain need to reserve time when they enter the park and be taken by the tour guide. Leading the exploration, I highly recommend to play in Haierbulun Palace in summer.
Summer's Halebren Palace, should be Salzburg's most interesting and interesting scenic spot, was originally a place for the bishops to have fun, has a history of more than 400 years now! Haierbulun Palace has beautiful scenery, large and beautiful gardens, sculptures and fountains everywhere, and the Alps can be seen from afar. But the most attractive and bright spot is the large and small fountains in the garden, which hide hidden mysteries and give people constant surprises.
Free tour with Salzburg card. It's accessible by bus in the city centre. A strongly recommended garden and palace featuring an innovative fountain. After entering, the staff will lead the team to visit all the creative fountains. The whole trip is about 1 hour. The organs and designs of these fountains are absolutely eye-opening.
Helbron Palace is located in the west of Salzburg. It is a summer palace built by a bishop between 1612 and 1615. It's really luxurious. As a bishop, summer villas account for so much! The gardens here are fascinating, and the fountains are unique. The outer walls of the palace are bright goose yellow. When we visited Haierbulun Palace, it was spring. There were many magnolias planted in the garden. The trees were full of huge magnolias. It was about the size of a pear. It was very beautiful.
Haierbulun Palace is a child left over by craftsmen more than 400 years ago. In the palace where sprinklers are all over the place, the tourists will be counted by bad-minded guides who sweep away the heat of summer. It is worth mentioning that the unique Pavilion in the garden is the scene of music.
Hellbrunn Wasserspiele, also known as Liangquan Palace, is about 10 kilometers from Salzburg. It was built between 1612 and 1615. It was built under the chairmanship of Archbishop Max Sitix. The most remarkable thing about this palace is the flowing courtyard, where many hidden devices spray water from unexpected places. The guided tour lasts about 30 to 40 minutes. Pay attention to all kinds of water organs. If you follow the tour guide, it is certain to be sprayed with water. But the children thought it was fun and went to battle in raincoats. Summer parent-child tour recommended!
This is one of the most impressive attractions in Salzburg. It has a distinct personality and characteristics different from the general Palace garden. To buy tickets, but in regular batches, a tour guide leads a group of tourists, the whole process of one scenic spot to explain. Few tourists have such a good arrangement. Old Baihaired Tour Guide is humorous and funny. Tourists are time-saving, convenient, labor-saving and happy. The whole landscape, in the organs and water to make full articles. As soon as you enter a group photo, you will experience the vivid feeling of the fountain; along the way, various sculptures are exquisite, which will unexpectedly spray water; a few square meters large city is full of traffic and buses, and the scenes of various people working are vivid; in a cave, the fountain sprays a golden crown up slowly and rotates in the mist. Rising and falling, with the light, the golden light is shining... The witty old man will take the passengers by surprise and spray the tourists in a fog from time to time. Visiting Helen Palace is absolutely the most joyful trip with laughter.
Helbron Palace is located in the western suburb of Salzburg, Austria. The tour guide said that it belonged to an archbishop long ago and could not remember its name. Haierbulun Palace is also known as the Summer Palace. The goose yellow exterior wall is very bright against the garden.