MOZART´S STAYS IN AUSTRIA - CZECH REPUBLIC - SLOVAKIA
W.A. Mozart was born in Salzburg on January 27, 1756 and died in Vienna on December 5, 1791. Both cities were points of departure and the final destination of his travels through Europe. Mozart visited 29 other cities traveling through Austria and on his way to Italy.
MOZART – CITIES:
Baden bei Wien - Ebelsberg - Eferding - Haag a. Hausruck - Hall i. Tirol - Innsbruck -Kemmelbach - Klosterneuburg - Kundl - Lambach - Laxenburg - Linz - Lofer - Mauthausen - Melk - Poysdorf - Purkersdorf - Salzburg - Schwaz i. Tirol - Schwechat - Stein an der Donau - Steinach a. Brenner - St. Gilgen - St. Johann i. Tirol - St. Pölten - Strengberg - Vöcklabruck - Waidring - Wien - Wörgl - Ybbs
Fleeing from the smallpox, the Mozart family traveled from Vienna to what is now the Czech Republic in October 1767. They visited seven cities on those journeys. Prague played an important role during the last years of W.A. Mozart's life. This is where he composed several of his best-known works such as the Prague Symphony (K. 504) and the opera "Don Giovanni" (K. 527).
Moravské Budejovice - Brno - Cáslav - Jihlava - Olomouc - Praha - Znojmo
During his 1st trip to Vienna W.A. Mozart traveled to Bratislava at "the request of the Hungarian nobility." Leopold Mozart bought a carriage due to the poor condition of the roads.