Christmas Markets of Bavaria & Austria
Enjoy multi-night stays in Wurzburg, Nuremberg, Munich, Innsbruck, Salzburg & Vienna
There are 22 meals included on this tour; daily breakfasts, 5 dinners, and 3 tastings
Guided City Tours
Enjoy an indepth guided City Tour of Wurzburg, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Munich, Innsbruck, Salzburg & Vienna
Included Christmas Markets
Enjoy access to the Christmas Markets of Frankfurt, Wurzburg, Rothenburg, Nuremburg, Augsburg, Munich, Innsbruck, Salzburg & Vienna.
UNESCO World Heritage Site Wurzburg Residence
Unlike many Palaces, the Wurzburg Residence was built in its entirety, with short interruptions, almost within a single generation. The architects drew their inspiration from an area extending from Vienna to Paris and from Genoa and Venice to Amsterdam.
Rothenburg Fried Snowball
You will have the opportunity to taste a Fried Snowball in Rothenburg, otherwise known as a Schneeball. It is a pastry made from shortcrust pastry traditionally decorated with white confectioner's sugar.
In Germany, when you think of Christmas, you think of Nuremberg Lubkuchen, the city's famous gingerbread. These sweet and spicy treats have been baked for more than 600 years and are loved by young and old alike.
Munich Hot Mulled Wine
While in Munich before you explore the Christmas Markets, you will be given the chance to taste some Hot Mulled Wine, a spiced wine made up of red wine along with various different spices and is served warm.
Romantic Road of Bavaria
The name Romantic Road gives expression to the feelings experienced by many people when they see the medieval towns. The Romantic Road reveals the wealth of European history, art and culture awaiting travellers.
Nordlingen with its wholly intact city walls with their turrets and gatehouses. Augsburg with its grandeur buildings from the Gothic, Renaissance and eras. Oberammergau, well known for its long tradition of Bavarian themes, and religious scenes carved into the many buildings.
Neuschwanstein Castle is considered to be the most popular castle in Europe, in part because of the fairy tale architecture that make this castle. The castle was not designed for royal representation, but as a place of retreat.
Linderhof Palace was the first of three buildings King Ludwig II was making plans to build and was the only large palace he lived to see completed.
Swarovski Crystal World
The realm of the Giant hosts a rich collection of precious items housed in 18 Chambers of Wonder. Here, in a world of fantasy inspired and designed by some of the world’s greatest artists, visitors can believe in miracles for just a moment.
Tyrolean Music & Folk Dancing
Enjoy an included dinner with entertainment! Tyrolean Music and Folk Dancing is mostly associated with Schuhplattler, Landler, polka and waltz.
Berchtesgaden Salt Mine
Take a trip through salt and time in the Salt Mine Berchtesgaden and be a part of the mysterious tour underground, during which you can be astounded by the fascinating, wonderful world of the “white gold”.
Visitors are greeted by the resplendent façade made of Untersberg Marble. Looking down from it are four monumental statues: Apostles Peter and Paul holding a key and a sword, as well as Salzburg's two patron saints, Rupert and Virgil.
Melk Abbey & Museum
A fascinating Baroque building sits on a granite rock overlooking the Danube, Melk Abbey. From a distance one can already see the dome of the abbey church and the two towers, with golden ornaments, which look like hands raised towards the sky.