Day 1: Munich
Arrival to Munich Airport. Rest of the day at leisure.
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Day 2: Munich – Salzburg
Train transfer to Salzburg, and guided tour of Salzburg.
Guided tour of Salzburg: Our guide will pick you up at the reception desk in your hotel and take you to a tour of all main cultural and historical attractions. Pass St Peter’s Monastery, Mozart House and the Mirabell Gardens, when scenes from ‘The Sound of Music’ were filmed. You’ll also have the chance to explore the Baroque Old Town, dotted with stunning cathedrals and churches. Overnight: Salzburg
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Day 3: Salzburg, Zell Am See Train transfer to Zell am See.
Overnight: Zell Am See
Day 4: Zell Am See
Day at leisure to enjoy Zell Am See:
Overnight: Zell Am See
Day 5: Zell Am See, Kitzbuhel
Train transfer to Kitzbühel. At leisure.
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Day 6: Kitzbuhel, Innsbruck, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Private transfer to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
En route stop in Innsbruck. Guided tour of Innsbruck: Today your tour will start in the very center of Innsbruck where you will take a photo-stop at the “Golden roof” building – the emblem of the old town, which was Completed in 1500. Close by you will find the biggest and first Swarovski crystal shop. Continuing you will see Innsbruck cathedral, also the Imperial Palace of Innsbruck which is a great picture stop. Next take some break with a coffee in legendary Sacher coffee house where you will enjoy the world’s known Sacher cake. Afterwards, continue along the Inn river to the cable car station, which will take you up to the local hill “Hungerburg” for a scenic stop with stunning views to the city of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. The tour ends with the return travel to Innsbruck.
Discover the Swarovski Crystal World, with 800,000 hand-mounted crystals twinkling in the light. Head into the Chambers of Wonder, where the magic of crystal comes to life! Admire unique art installations in the Garden of the Giant.
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Day 7: Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Neuschwanstein Castle: Today one of the most popular of all the places and castles in Europe. The setting of the castle could not be more idyllic. With its snow-white limestone facade and fanciful turrets peeking out from the forest mountain tops of Hohenschwangau valley. Neuschwanstein Castle is also known as Disney’s Castle, because the castle was actually the inspiration for the ‘Sleeping Beauty’ castle at Disneyland.
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Day 8: Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Munich
Private transfer to Munich Airport and flight back home.