Win a trip to the Mozart city of Salzburg

Win a trip to the Mozart city of Salzburg

With The Magic Flute – The Legacy of the Magic Flute, fantasy fans in the cinema are following in the footsteps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You can now experience the same off-screen. If you are lucky in our competition, wins a luxurious trip to the Mozart city of Salzburg.

The Magic Flute sends fantasy fans to Salzburg: This is how the competition works

be raffled 3×2 main prizes with the following content:

  • Arrival by train to Salzburg for 2 people
  • Overnight stays for 2 people including breakfast in a double room with overnight stay in Schloss Leopoldskron
  • Salzburg Cards for 48 hours of unlimited sightseeing for 2 people
  • As a side benefit there is also 10×2 free tickets for The Magic Flute in the cinema. They can be won anywhere in Germany, but the main prizes are also valid for participants in Austria and Switzerland. How do you enter the competition?

    To enter the competition, visit us on Instagram and answers the following question:

    What is the name of the girlfriend of the character Papageno from The Magic Flute?

    Please also use this opportunity to indicate which city and country you are from. Our social media team will be in touch with the winners after the draw.

    If you want to prepare for the unique trip in advance, you can subscribe to the City of Salzburg newsletter here and read more information at

    © Tourismus Salzburg, Photo: Breitegger Günter

    Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg

    What is the fantasy film The Magic Flute about?

    The Magic Flute retells the story of Mozart’s famous opera in a modern way. The young music student Tim (Jack Wolfe) discovers a magical portal in his boarding school, with which he can travel into the world of the Magic Flute. There he has to help the bird catcher Papageno (Iwan Rheon) night after night on dangerous adventures and free Princess Pamina (Asha Banks).

    Transparency note: Moviepilot is part of the Webedia GmbH, which was involved in the production of The Magic Flute.