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one day in Salzburg, solo traveler. Tips please

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Hello Im a Korean who's interested in traveling and planning to visit Salzburg on 30th August by my self. I googled about salzburg and found the panorama tour. however, that tour doesnt run at that day!

Here's the thing.
1. Are there any other tours for a day? except Panorama tour.

I'm gonna stay in Munich, I'll go to Salzburg in the morning and go back to Munich in the evening. I didn't check out the time table of the train between 2 cities yet. Actually I dont know about that at all and will find it out soon.
Because I come there by myself, I want to belong to the domestic tour group :)

2. I want to make Austrian friends or any travelers like me. haha
Where can I meet young Austrians and do they mind If I talk to them spontaneously?

If I have companies for a while, that would be so nice. :)
I speak native Korean, well spoken Chinese and so-so English. hehe when it comes to German, Im learning it every day. :)

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