Supplementary Module „Discovering Salzburg“

Program of excursions for exploring the culture and region of Salzburg

COURSE 1

COURSE 2

 

Tuesday
04 July

Tuesday
25 July

FORTRESS  HOHENSALZBURG

Thursday
06 July

Thursday
27 July

SATTLER-PANORAMA-MUSEUM, LEFT OLD TOWN with Benedictine monasteries Nonnberg and St. Peter; Franciscan church, and Getreidegasse,

Saturday
08 July

Saturday
29 July

TRICK FOUNTAINS, PALACE, PARK  and STONE THEATER in HELLBRUNN

Tuesday
11 July

Tuesday
01 Aug

MODERN SALZBURG: Public artworks sponsored by the Salzburg Foundation,

Thursday
13 July

Thursday
03 Aug

MOZART’S  RESIDENCE or MOZART’S BIRTH HOUSE

Saturday
15 July

Saturday
05 Aug

SALT MINES, CELTIC SETTLEMENT, GRAVE-FIELDS on the DÜRRNBERG near HALLEIN, MUSEUM OF THE CELTS
(Train departure10.18; Train return 16.55 [4:55 p.m.])

Tuesday
18 July

Tuesday
08 Aug

RIGHT OLD TOWN with Mirabell Palace and Park, St. Sebastian church, Linzer Gasse and the Kapuzinerberg

Thursday
20 July

Thursday
10 Aug

HAUS DER NATUR = Interactive Science Museum

Saturday
22 July

Saturday
12 Aug

Departure between 08.00 and 11.00 a.m.

Learning Objectives: Orientation in the city of Salzburg (setting meeting points, asking for directions, describing routes; finding out and providing info about sights; comparing Roman Salzburg, the Salzburg of the Prince-Archbishops, or the Salzburg of Habsburg times with today’s Salzburg; developing vocabulary and communication skills necessary for being out and about; developing ability to narrate/describe experiences)

Please note: Meeting point for Tuesday and Thursday excursions is the large fountain PFERDESCHWEMME on the Kapitelplatz, behind the cathedral, at the foot of the fortress mountain.  Meeting time: 14.00 Uhr (2:00 p.m.)
Those who book the SALZBURG module for two weeks (120 EURO) will have four afternoon excursions and one Saturday excursion; Those  who book the SALZBURG module for three weeks (200 EURO) will have six afternoon and two Saturday excursions.  Students who book six weeks of courses and three weeks of excursions will complete the excursion program in the first three weeks.

The excursions are conceptualized as a component of German instruction. 
They serve to broaden and deepen language competence.