Combined Munich Salzburg Vienna 8 Nights / 9 Days


Munich | Salzburg | Vienna

Package Highlights
  • Munich City Tour
  • Guided Sightseeing of Neuschwanstein & Linderhof
  • Train Munich - Salzburg
  • Salzburg City Tour
  • Train Salzburg - Vienna
  • Vienna City Tour
  • Guided tour of Vienna Wood
Package Price Valid till 31st October 2020
  • World’s Largest Beer Festival – Oktoberfest is visited by more than 7 million people annually. In an area as large as 50 football fields, over 1,532,197 gallons of beer are served. In 1999 the annual Oktoberfest beer festival was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. During this festival, visitors drank 5.8 million liters of beer
  • The Beer Festival “Oktoberfest” was first organized by King Max Joseph I in 1806. Since 1950 this beer festival is opened with 12 gun volleys, and the first barrel of beer is opened by the Oberburg Mayor with a shout “O’zapft is!” The founder of this tradition was the chief burgomaster Thomas Wimmer.
  • The city park of Munich, which is called the English Park (Englischer Garten) has an area of 4.17 square kilometers and is the largest urban park in the world. It was founded in 1792. Its name refers to the style of the landscape popular in Britain from the mid-18th to 19th century.
  • There is a joke that the Munich tax authorities are the bravest. This is because in 1921 the Munich financial department sent Hitler a request for disclosure of his income.
  • Munich is the birthplace of the company “BMW,” and here it is the most popular cars brand in comparison with other German cars.
  • Salzburg literally means “salt castle,” due to all of the salt mining done around the city.
  • Prior to 1816, Salzburg was its own country, separate from the rest of Austria.
  • Vienna technically sits in two different climate zones. It's located right at the border of the moderate middle European transitional climate and the drier Pannonian zone.
  • Vienna is the second most livable city on the planet after Melbourne, Australia, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s study ranking 30 factors, ranging from safety and education to infrastructure and healthcare.
  • The hills may have been alive in Salzburg, but the real-life Maria von Trapp, made famous by The Sound of Music, was actually born in Vienna on January 26, 1905.
  • Coffee is about more than just caffeination for Austrians—it’s part of their heritage. In fact, in 2011, Viennese coffee houses, which originated in the 17th century, were put on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list, as they are a place “where time and space are consumed, but only the coffee is found on the bill.”
Day 1 Welcome to Munich!
  • Upon arrival at Munich Airport meet your car and transfer to the hotel.  
  • Check in and spend the rest of day at leisure. 
  • Overnight Munich.
Day 2 Munich
  • After breakfast, begin your first day in the capital of Bavaria with a Hop on/off tour. 
  • Discover all the major sights of Munich on a double-decker bus. Highlights include City Hall in Marienplatz, Karlsplatz with Stachus, the Opera and the BMW World.  
  • In addition, the tour passes the Palace of Nymphenburg, the Olympic Grounds as well as the Siegestor near the English Garden. A complete tour lasts 2.5 hours. 
  • Overnight Munich.
Day 3 Neuschwanstein & Linderhof
  • Travel through the scenic German countryside on your way to the legendary extravagance of the German castles Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Known for their elaborate construction and world-famous architecture, these two extraordinary structures were dreamed up by Germany’s own Ludwig II. 
  • You’ll soon find out why many believe Neuschwanstein inspired Disney’s storybook castles--get ready to feel like you’re living a real-life fairy tale. 
  • Overnight Munich.
Day 4 Munich- Salzburg
  • Take your private transfer to the train station this morning. 
  • Board a train and sit back for the two and a half hour journey to Salzburg. 
  • Upon arrival at Salzburg Train Station meet your car and transfer to the hotel.
  • Check in and spend the rest of day at leisure. 
  • Overnight Salzburg.
Day 5 Salzburg
  • After breakfast, start exploring the city of Mozart and Sound of Music. Take in the sights on a Hop on – Hop off bus tour. Set your own pace, get on and off at any of the stops. This tour is the best way to see the important sights of the city. 
  • Make sure you cover Mirabell Palace, Mozart's Residence, Trinity Church, Horse Pond, Festival Halls, Hellbrunn Palace, Palace of Frohnburg, Nonnberg Abbey, and Mozart Square. Stroll through the streets in the in the Old Town and take a break at one of the numerous cafes.  Make sure to buy some Mozartkugeln chocolate. 
  • Overnight Salzburg
Day 6 Salzburg - Vienna
  • Take your private transfer to the train station this morning. 
  • Board a train and sit back for the three hour journey to Vienna. 
  • Upon arrival at Vienna Train Station meet your car and transfer to the hotel.
  • Check in and spend the rest of day at leisure. 
  • Overnight Vienna.
Day 7 Vienna
  • After breakfast, start exploring Austria’s capital city. See Vienna in a relaxing way with a Hop on – Hop off bus tour. Set your own pace, get on and off at any of the 35 stops, as often as you wish. 
  • Make sure to check out the shopping along the Graben in the Old Town. Also remember to visit one of the famous Viennese cafes. 
  • Sample the original Sacher cake at Café Sacher and enjoy good food at one of Vienna’s bistros or Beisl as they are known locally. 
  • Overnight Vienna.
Day 8 Vienna Woods
  • This tour is a perfect extension to your city trip to Vienna. The half-day bus tour takes you through the Vienna Woods to the memorial chapel of Mayerling, the Abbey Heiligenkreuz and the Seegrotte Hinterbrühl, which is Europe's biggest underground lake.
  • On this tour you travel outside of Vienna to the southern part of the Vienna Woods, passing the former Roman spa town of Baden and driving through the romantic Helen's valley. Enjoy the ride in our comfortable coach while outside the beautiful landscape passes by on our way to Mayerling and Heiligenkreutz.
  • Last stop on our bus tour is the Seegrotte Hinterbrühl, where Europe's biggest underground lake awaits you. By boat we travel through the mystically lighted galleries. 
  • Overnight Vienna.
Day 9 Departure Day
  • Transfer to Vienna Airport to fly back home with vivid memories
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Hotel Accomodation
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Personal Expenses
  • Flight Tickets
  • GST (Taxes)
  • Overseas Travel Insurance
  • VISA
  • Lunch
  • All other items that are not mentioned in Inclusions
  • Dinner on own

Important Notes

Respect German rules!
As you have probably heard, Germany is a very strict country when it comes to respecting the rules and paying fines if you don’t. So, if you do not want to pay enormous amounts of money for fines, make sure you check and respect the rules there. Pay and validate tickets if you use public transportation, don’t cross the streets on a red light, don’t throw garbage on the street, don’t go over the speed limit when you are driving etc. Also, if travelling to Germany from abroad, be sure to have all your documents done if you don’t want to make a turn back home at the airport! Be sure to have international health insurance or travel insurance too, as health care in Germany is more expensive than you imagine.

Have cash, not cards!
Most of the pubs, clubs, and restaurants in Germany (Berlin in particular but also encountered this in Hamburg) do not accept credit card payment!

Don’t wait for Sunday
It is well-known that all around Germany, shops, supermarkets, clubs and even pharmacies are closed on Sunday. So, better be prepared and do your shopping before you run out of something on the day. If this happens you are going to have to wait until Monday morning which in some cases can be a bit difficult – especially if it’s a food emergency!

Do not assume Austrians and Germans are the same. 
There are distinct differences in culture, customs and values between the two countries. Some Austrians may have a sense of resentment towards Germans. As such, don’t refer to an Austrian as a German, and try not to make comparisons between the two countries.

Avoid arriving late or cancelling an arrangement last minute. 
Punctuality is highly valued by Austrians. If you anticipate delays, give your Austrian counterpart warning and an apology for your delay.

Approach conversations about migration carefully. 
Austria is a transit country for asylum seekers travelling from the coast of Italy to Germany, meaning it is common for people to see such transit refugees loitering at stations. Many Austrians are very understanding of the situation, while others view the situation in a negative light. Similar attitudes can be found towards the Roma people.

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