We were a bit tired but the excitement in us was live and awake craving for newer places to explore. I couldn’t believe my eyes, I landed in the shooting location of my favourite film “the sound of music” and it’s for real the hills are still alive with the sound of music. Salzburg, the city of music housed Mozart, a prolific composer and an influential composer of classical era. Fabulously painted in white, I could feel how amazing the place would look during the snowy winters. With narrow streets and cosy lanes, it’s by order to opt cycles over cars in the roads of Salzburg, which highlighted the beauty many fold. Hohensalzburg Fortress, the Mozart museums, the Getreidegasse and Hellbrunn Palace are among Salzburg’s most popular locations. A funicular ride gives an easy access to the Hohensalzburg Fortress from the old town. Once we reached the fortress, we were amazed at the gorgeous eastern Alps that we couldn’t resist but to sit back with some cosy drinks and munch to enjoy the picturesque view of the Alps. One with a love for a bird’s eye view must never miss out the fortress on the visit to the city.