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Culture & Alps Tours in Europe

The European Alps Tour is designed covering three most cultural and historical countries Austria, Switzerland & Germany for the customers those want to explore alps and cluture. The entire package covers city of Munich, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Bregenz, Neuschwanstein, Winterthur in Switzerland. This trip is designed for the young to elderly traveller with priavte coach and relaxing package. During this trip guests will experiance culture of each city, musical performance, typical greem malt beer which are produced locally. The package is with half board ( Bed, Breakfast & Dinner) through the trip. This tours starts from Munich - Germany airport and end at Munich. The accmmodations are provided 3* European standard during your stay in Europe. Kind go through our daily activities for more details. If you need to any further inquiry please do not hesitate to conatct us.



Tours status: Closed
Departure Date: 10-Jun-2013
Book Before: 15-Apr-2013

Culture and Alps Tour in Austria, Switzerland & Germany 10 Days

1ST DAY

ARRIVAL IN MUNICH AIRPORT

Arrival in Munich airport, meet your bus driver and Tour manager and transfer to your accommodation. Welcome to Munich – Germany’s well known “City of Gemütlichkeit” Munich is the capital of the German Federal State of Bavaria. It is Germany's third largest city and one of Europe's most prosperous and expensive. The city is located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. The city is an inspiring mix of historic buildings and impressive architecture, since Munich reconstructed the ruins of their historic buildings but also created new landmarks of architecture. It depends upon your arrival time in Munich. If your arrival time allows you still for sightseeing then a guided city tour of Munich by bus with a licensed English speaking guide will be provided right after arrival.. See among others the medieval gates, the Frauenkirche (Cathedral), the Viktualienmarkt (Fruit and Vegetable Market), the Königsplatz, University, the English Garden. Evening: a Bavarian dinner with music and dancing at the Hofbräuhaus. In the historic banquet hall of “the most famous tavern in the world”, you’ll enjoy a Bavarian evening filled with entertainment, fun and dancing. At the Bavarian evening in Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, you’ll encounter some of Bavaria’s most endearing customs and traditions: folklore groups, alphorn players, a yodeller and the ever popular Alpine “Schuhplattler” dancers..

Accommodation: Double/ Twin bed room

2ND DAY

MUNICH—SALZBURG

Breakfast at your hotel and check out. Transfer to Salzburg via the Königssee and Eagles nest. The Königssee is a lake located in the southeast of the German State of Bavaria, near the German- Austrian Border. The Königssee (or literally translated King's Lake) is the deepest lake in Germany. The lake was formed by glaciers during the last ice age. It is 7.7 kilometres long and about 1.7 kilometres across at its widest point. Enjoy an excursion to the Eagle’s Nest. Along the Königsee River Valley, through the Bavarian mountains, along romantic farmhouses and Obersalzberg, we arrive at the Eagle’s Nest. A bus and elevator will bring us to the Eagle's Nest. The buses to the Eagle's Nest are equipped with special engines and brakes to transport you from the Obersalzberg to the Eagle's Nest. (Please note, only these buses are allowed to drive to the Eagle’s Nest.) The adventurous bus ride along the steep rock walls and deep gorges takes about 20 minutes. Enjoy the splendid view up to the 'Hoher Goell' and across the snow-capped peaks of the Bavarian mountains. With the elevator (length 365 ft) you enter the Eagle's Nest (5.000 ft). Arrival Salzburg – check in to your hotel. Welcome to Salzburg – the city of Mozart’s birth! Salzburg – is located in the Salzach River Valley. Unique during the Holy Empire, it was called the northern Rome, due to the importance of the Prince Archbishops and the Baroque. Salzburg’s reputation is based on a living musical tradition. Its beauty and vibrant musical life have made Salzburg one of Europe’s foremost cultural centres. Lunch under your own arrangement Afternoon; city tour with English speaking licensed city guide .The tour ends at the bottom of the Fortress. The city guide will provide you with the tickets. Dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin bed room

3RD DAY

SALZBURG

Breakfast at your accommodation. After breakfast start your excursion to the Grossglockner – the highest mountain in Austria! At 3,798m the Grossglockner is not only the highest mountain in Austria, it also counts among the highest peaks in the Alps. The mountains have always been considered dangerous by people. Difficult weather conditions and the lack of surfaced trails made a crossing unthinkable. Nevertheless, there are ancient traces that prove the daring spirit of the people. Such finds as pre-Celtic bronze knives, Celtic gold jewellery, a Roman Hercules statue, medieval pack-animal bridles and the chains of galley slaves from the 17th century are witness to the crossing of the Hochkar almost 4,000 years ago. Until the highpoint of trade in the 17th century, after the Brenner and the Radstadt Tauern, the Hochtor was the third most important trade route carrying almost ten per cent of the trade goods over the eastern Alps. However, not only danger was found in the mountains, but also fascination. The first ascent of Mont Blanc was a tremendous sensation and also brought forth brave men here at home. But only the second Glockner expedition in 1800 led to success. Victory and failure also accompanied other expeditions. The Pallavicini Gully was named after Margrave Alfred Pallavicini, who died on the Glockner in 1886. With the building of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, the majestic peak acquired a new dimension. As a popular excursion destination it is the epitome of an impressive natural experience for many people: size and power can be felt here, one is subject to the fascination of the eternal ice and the elemental force of nature.Transfer back to your accommodation. Welcome to the beer experience: Here where the green malt used to be spread out for germination, we present the secrets of beer brewing in colourful and exciting style. Learn why Stiegl brews almost exclusively with Austrian raw ingredients and why the brewery adheres to the Bavarian Purity Law. Watch our brewers up close as they make our beer of the month. Have a tour through the brewery with beer tasting and later Dinner at one of the restaurants in the Stiegl Brauwelt. Return to your accommodation.

Accommodation:Double/ Twin bed room

4TH DAY

SALZBURG—INNSBRUCK

Breakfast at your accommodation and check out. Drive via Wattens to Innsbruck Wattens Make a stop in Wattens to visit the famous Swarovski museum. The magic word was crystal. A raw material, which evens the most ancient cultures, ascribed beneficial, valuable, indeed miraculous properties. This fascinating material transformed the world of fashion and beauty into a seductively sparkling universe. It inspired the human race and enriched both art and culture. Enjoy short information before you explore the magic world of crystal. Innsbruck - the Capital of the Alps Keen on mountains or culture vulture? Mediaeval lanes or urban shopping? In Innsbruck - the capital of the Alps, home of the winter Olympics 1964 and 1976 you can do and get everything you could possibly desire. Because the countryside starts right on the town's doorsteps and sports events go hand in hand with cultural highlights. Check in to your hotel. A locally licensed English speaking guide will show you the most important sights of Innsbruck, including the “Golden Roof”, the Triumphal Arch on Maria Theresia Street in the historic part of the town and the Innsbruck Cathedral. Have Dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation:Double/ Twin sharing bed room

5TH DAY

INNSBRUCK

Breakfast at your accommodation. Free day, optional: Enjoy a ride with the cable railways to the Innsbruck Mountains. In no other place in the world is the dividing line between an urban area and rugged mountain terrain so thin. The new Nordkettenbahnen will now transport visitors directly from the city center of Innsbruck to high mountain terrain in just twenty minutes. The journey begins at 560 m above sea level not far from the heart of Innsbruck's old town with its historical buildings and the world-renowned "Goldenes Dachl" (Golden Roof). Planned and designed by star architect Zaha Hadid, the cable car Hungerburg funicular with its unique stations sets new standards in international architecture. As the journey with the Panorama cable car continues along Seegrube and Hafelekar the picture changes: Visitors attention will be drawn to the carefully renovated station originally designed by the Tyrol architect Franz Baumann. Walk back to your accommodation and have dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin bed room

6TH DAY

INNSBRUCK - NEUSCHWANSTEIN

Enjoy your morning. Your breakfast room will be opened until 10 AM. At 11:30 our driver and tour guide will pick you up from the Breakfast at your accommodation. After Breakfast drive via Füssen to Neuschwanstein. Welcome in Füssen, a town in Bavaria, Germany, in the district of Ostallgäu situated 5 kilometres from the Austrian border. It is located on the banks of the Lech river. The River Lech flows into the Forggensee. The "Hohes Schloss" (High Castle), the former summer residence of the prince bishops of Augsburg and one of Swabia's largest and best preserved late Gothic castle complexes, is Füssen's landmark. Today the castle houses a branch gallery of the Bavarian State Collections of Paintings, which focuses on late Gothic and Renaissance works of art. Below the Hohes Schloss is the baroque complex of the former Benedictine monastery of St. Mang, whose history goes back to the 9th century. Enjoy an orientation tour with your tour manager. Afterwards, you’ll drive to Neuschwanstein for a tour of the famous Neuschwanstein Castle with English speaking guides. Neuschwanstein, lying in a truly idyllic setting, is one of the most popular castles or palaces in Europe. It was opened to the public only seven weeks after the death of King Ludwig II in 1886, and now the castle that the shy king built as a refuge from public life is viewed by vast numbers of people every year. Neuschwanstein- visit King Ludwig’s most famous Castle Neuschwanstein, erected in the style of an original medieval castle. Enjoy a guided tour with an English speaking guide. Enjoy a guided tour at Neuschwanstein Castle - the fantasy world of Bavarian’s King Ludwig II.On your way home visit the Wieskirche, a master piece of Bavarian Rococo. Transfer home to your accommodation. Have Dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin sharing bed room

7TH DAY

INNSBRUCK - BREGENZ

Breakfast at your accommodation and check out.Transfer to Bregenz. Arrival in Bregenz and check in to your hotel. Have Lunch under your own arrangement. Welcome in Bregenz - have a city tour. Enjoy a guided city tour of Bregenz, the capital city of Vorarlberg with a local English speaking guide. Experience a modern city with exciting contemporary architecture (e.g. the arthouse Bregenz) – theso-called “Unterstadt” and as an opposite the calm and medieval “Oberstadt” with its unique houses. A highlight of the tour is the Festival house of Bregenz. It opened on 18 July 1980 with a symphonic concert. The first opera performance on 24 July 1980 was Verdi's "Falstaff". The Festival house has 1800 seats and is used for opera performances and concerts by the annual "Bregenzer Festspiele" summer festival. It is also used for ballet performances by the annual spring dance festival "Bregenzer Frühling", and for concerts and conventions throughout the year. Have dinner at a local restaurant. Constance surrounded by the Rhine valley and the Swabian hills. View a Birds of prey show: You will find the very attractively situated eagle observatory within the grounds of the wildlife park (entry free) approximately ten minutes walking distance from the cable-car station at the mountain top. The aim of the eagle observatory is to bring visitors closer to the science of "birds of prey". The birds have not been taken from the wilderness, but have come from breeding or have been rescued from accidents or sickness. In a show of approximately 40 minutes you will experience the free flying of the birds over the slopes of the Pfänder. After breathtaking flights the birds return to the falconer who is standing directly before you. After your transfer back to your accommodation, enjoy a dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin bed room

8TH DAY

BREGENZ

Breakfast at your accommodation. Enjoy a day trip to the Pfänder. The Pfänder (1064m. high) with it's unique views of Lake Constance (Bodensee), Germany, Austria, Switzerland and 240 mountain peaks, is the most famous lookout point of the region. With good visibility the view of the 3 countries reaches from the Allgäu and Lech valley Alps in the east, over to the Bregenz Forest, the steep mountain peaks of Arlberg region, Silvretta, and the Rätikon to the Swiss mountains and the foothills of the black forest in the west. Below us is Lake Constance surrounded by the Rhine valley and the Swabian hills. View a Birds of prey show: You will find the very attractively situated eagle observatory within the grounds of the wildlife park (entry free) approximately ten minutes walking distance from the cable-car station at the mountain top. The aim of the eagle observatory is to bring visitors closer to the science of "birds of prey". The birds have not been taken from the wilderness, but have come from breeding or have been rescued from accidents or sickness. In a show of approximately 40 minutes you will experience the free flying of the birds over the slopes of the Pfänder. After breathtaking flights the birds return to the falconer who is standing directly before you. After your transfer back to your accommodation, enjoy a dinner at a local restaurant.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin sharing bed room

9TH DAY

BREGENZ – WINTERTHUR

Breakfast at your accommodation and check out. Transfer to Winterthur/ Switzerland. Welcome to Winterthur, the sixth-largest city in Switzerland with a population of over 100,000. But despite the recent spate of growth, it has kept its unique character and charm. It’s still easy to find your way round Winterthur, both in the city centre and in the residential quarters. Life pulsates day and night in the city’s historic heart, but peaceful fields and forests around are always close. The quality of life in Winterthur, a city set idyllically among seven wooded hills, is hard to beat. Winterthur’s inhabitants are fond of their city because it has everything that makes life worth living, including cultural diversity unique in Switzerland for a city this size, a wide range of education options, attractive and affordable accommodation, and a future-oriented job market. Moreover, it takes less time to get to Zurich (20 minutes by train) and to Zurich airport (15 minutes by train) than it does from one end of town to the other.

Accommodation: Double/ Twin sharing bed room

10TH DAY

WINTERTHUR – MUNICH DEPARTURE

Breakfast at your hotel and check out. Then drive to Munich Airport. After arrival in Munich airport, check in and fly back to your home country.

Accommodation: Breakfast

PRICE INCLUDES

  • 9 Nights 10 Days 3* Accommodation with daily buffet breakfast in Twin Sharing Bases
  • 9 Dinners inclusive of farewell dinner through the trip as mentioned in itinerary
  • A Tours Manager and Driver from Munich Airport until return back in Munich Airport.
  • A English Licensed Tour guide for; Munich City Half day City Tour, Salzburg City Tour Half Day, Innsbruck City Tour & Bregenz City Tour Half Day
  • Sightseeing Entry permits in Salzburg; Fortress Ticket, Funicular etc.
  • Sightseeing from Munich to return by private coaching bus with Air Condition.
  • After payment visa support documentation and letter from the tours operator.
  • All TAXES and Service charge

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • Personal health insurance & travel insurance
  • Visa for Nepal on arrival 25 USD each.Free for 2011
  • Airport Tax if applicable (Domestic & INTL)
  • Early check in or late check out in hotel
  • Any type of air TKT, INTL or Domestic except than mentioned in itinerary
  • Any beverage & Meals not included in Itinerary
  • Personal Expenses such as Liquor, Laundry, room Services, phone calls etc.
  • The camera fee ( still/ Video ) any portage at airport.
  • Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/ cancellation/ hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities.
  • Schengen Visa Fee.
  • International or Domestic Air TKT.

     

 



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