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Rent a car and drive the Romantic Road from Vienna to Salzburg

Rent a car and drive the Romantic Road from Vienna to Salzburg This must be a beautiful drive! Salzburg is one of my favorite places in Europe - so picturesque!

Salzburg - Getreidegasse by Maxey, via Flickr - In this street the house where Mozart was born is located. Nowadays this street contains the Mozart 'Geburtztag' museum as well as many old styled tourist shops (hence the old style signs).

Salzburg - Getreidegasse by Maxey, - In this street the house where Mozart was born is located. Nowadays this street contains the Mozart 'Geburtztag' museum as well as many old styled tourist shops (hence the old style signs).

Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle in Gemeinde Schwangau, Bavaria, Germany. "Neuschwanstein Castle is a nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany.

'Neuschwanstein Castle in Autumn Colours Allgau, Bavaria, Germany, Henk Meijer Floydian, photographer!

'Neuschwanstein Castle in Autumn Colours Allgau, Bavaria, Germany, Henk Meijer Floydian, photographer! How amazing would it be to visit this beautiful castle? You just need the perfect anatomie travel fashion list and we're good to go.

Melk Abbey (Stift Melk): in Melk on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Danube in Lower Austria, adjoining the Wachau valley

Jakob Prandtauer, Melk Monastery, Melk Abbey (Stift Melk): in Melk on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Danube in Lower Austria, adjoining the Wachau valley

Stift Melk (Austria). 'The twin-spired monastery church is a baroque tour de force, swirling with prancing angels, gilt flourishes and Johann Michael Rottmayr’s ceiling paintings. Such opulence continues in the library and marble hall, both embellished with illusionary trompe l’oeil tiers by Paul Troger.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/austria/vienna/sights/other/stift-melk

'The twin-spired monastery church is a baroque tour de force, swirling with prancing angels, gilt flourishes and Johann Michael Rottmayr’s ceiling paintings.