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Avaliado por: akronite , United States of America, Janeiro 2017
This experience was wonderful! I thought this was way up on a mountain, out in nowhere, but it's in a small town, not too far from Salzburg. It was not so silent before the mass - a tradition of shooting guns off the top of a nearby hilltop, alternating with live music on the same hilltop. Weird and unexpected, but stopped once the mass started. The mass was in German and English and was a great message. Yes, you are outside and it's cold and crowded, but the crowd keeps you warm! You need to be able to do some walking. Be sure to pick up the words to Silent Night in German, from the museum that is the first stop on this tour, so you can sing along. The singing of Silent Night made it all worth it for me!
Avaliado por: Ed N , Março 2015
GHis was the highlight of our Christmas vacation.It was a very meaningful evening and worth every dear expense.My wife,daughter and husband and 3 grandchildren all enjoyed this excursion. Thank You.
Avaliado por: Brent J , Janeiro 2013
Great way to spend Christmas Eve. The Chapel was beautiful and the service was something I will remember. Highly recommended!
Avaliado por: Peter B , United Kingdom, Janeiro 2010
Avaliado por: Joseph W. R , Março 2015
Very nice tour! Need to stand close to chapel to enjoy the experience. Plenty of time to walk and visit vendors before the event.
Avaliado por: Laurie D , Janeiro 2015
A once in a lifetime experience, happy we did it. Just be prepared for the cold ;) After two hours of standing around, I'm not sure I could feel my feet 8/
Avaliado por: Patricia , Janeiro 2013
There's still daylight when the bus brings you from Salzburg to Oberndorf, so you can see the green rolling hills of Austria and the snow-covered mountains. Once there, it's a 3-block walk from the parking lot to the little chapel (that's not it in the picture, by the way). You can shop in the stores before the outdoor Mass begins, go into the chapel for a quick photo, then stand outside while the Mass is going on (also outside). When "Silent Night" is sung, it's only in German. It seems that none of the tourists wanted to sing on December 24, 2012...! There's still time when you get back to have dinner in Salzburg, and go to Midnight Mass at one of the churches or up at Nonnberg Abbey.
Avaliado por: Jan H , Janeiro 2013
Avaliado por: Ellen D , Julho 2011
Loved this though didn't think there would be so many people. It was magical. A little long to stand for the ceremony but hot drinks helped.
Avaliado por: JOHN D , USA, Janeiro 2011
This once in a lifetime experience was magical. Only being so far from the chapel marred a perfect experience.
Avaliado por: CRISTYL D , Janeiro 2009
Avaliado por: Linda S , Canada, Agosto 2008
Avaliado por: Barbara R , Agosto 2008
Avaliado por: Edwin B , USA, Janeiro 2008
Avaliado por: Anônimo , USA, Janeiro 2008
Avaliado por: Peter A Klein K , Janeiro 2015
We never got a chance to go into the chapel (our mistake) and wish we had been advised to wait in a better place for the singing, etc. The crowds were pretty big.
Avaliado por: Geraldine H , Janeiro 2015
This was a bad experience because we were left in the middle of the city XMass Eve after it was advertised as hotel pick-up and drop-off. No cabs available.