Arrive. Transfer to hotel. Vienna – The Austrian capital. Later in the evening Vienna Mozart Concert at the Musikverein. Overnight at Vienna.
Take a train to Graz. Graz is the capital city of the southern Austrian province of Styria. At its heart is Hauptplatz, the medieval old town’s main square. Shops and restaurants line the narrow surrounding streets, which blend Renaissance and baroque architecture. A funicular leads up Schlossberg, the town hill, to the Uhrturm, a centuries-old clock tower. Across the River Mur, futuristic Kunsthaus Graz exhibits contemporary art. Overnight at Graz.
Eggenburg Palace and Gardens, a UNESCO-listed landmark in Graz. Later visit Kunsthaus Graz Museum . You can also visit Landeszeughaus Styrian Armoury in Graz.
Take a train for Salzburg the cultural capital of Austria. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Later Come and join on a wonderful ride with breathtaking views and explore the original shooting locations from The Sound of Music in Salzburg and the Lake District inclusive of the wedding church in Mondsee. The tour includes original shooting locations from “The Sound of Music” movie.
Take three top-selling tours through the Bavarian Mountains. Begin your morning with panoramic views of the Alps. Travel past Untersberg Mountain featured in the opening and final scenes of The Sound of Music. Enjoy the stunning landscape of the Alps as you journey to Germany’s Obersalzberg, where the former mountain retreat of Hitler is located. Afternoon explores the salt mines situated beneath Obersalzberg. Slip-on authentic mining wear and travel down into the grottos on the same slide used by the miners. Back to your Salzburg hotel in the evening.
The tour goes into the lake district called Salzkammergut. The lakes you will see are lake Fuschlsee, lake Wolfgangsee, lake Hallstättersee, and lake Gosausee. The tour stops in the little villages and the nice pictures stop. You have the possibility to the cable car ride, train ride, boat ride, visit of the salt mine in Hallstatt or the five fingers platform, ice cave and the glacier of mountain Dachstein.
Take a train to Kufstein in the Tyrol region. Kufstein is a town in the western Austrian province of Tyrol. The medieval Kufstein Fortress, accessible by funicular or steep path, has views of the Lower Inn Valley and the Alps. It is also home to a local history museum and the huge, open-air Heroes Organ. Narrow streets like Römerhofgasse are lined with traditional Tyrolean houses. The Riedel Glass factory has been family-run since 1756. Back to Salzburg in the evening.
Werfen Ice caves: take a train from Salzburg to Werfen- Ice Caves in Werfen. The world’s biggest ice cave is the site of fascinating ice sculptures and is one of the most popular sightseeing attractions in Salzburg! Werfen’s “World of Ice Giants” is actually the world’s biggest ice cave: The cave system extends more than 42 km deep into the mountain. Use your rail pass to Werfen. Arrive and take a bus to the Ice cane entrance. Purchase your tickets and proceed.
Zell Am See. – Take a train to Zell Am see. Day picnic at Zell Am see. Visit Zell lake & Kaprun area. Evening back to Salzburg.
Take a train to Innsbruck. Arrive. & check-in at the hotel. Later you will visit the Bergisel ski Jump arena, The Bergisel Ski Jump, whose stadium has a capacity of 26,000, is a ski jumping hill located in Bergisel in Innsbruck, Austria. It is one of the more important venues in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Evening back to your hotel.
Today you visit Swarovski Crystal World at Watten from Innsbruck. The Swarovski Crystal Worlds is an experience attraction created by André Heller for the crystal glass manufacturer Swarovski, consisting of a park, art museum, retail area, and restaurant. The Swarovski Kristallwelten Shuttle travels five times (during summer six-time) per day from Innsbruck to Swarovski Crystal Worlds and back. Check the timetable. Later evening take a city orientation of Innsbruck.
END OF THE WONDERFUL JOURNEY.