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Adventure into Munich and enjoy all of the vibrant history that you can learn about, before entering into the rich heritage of the city of Austria.
Trip Highlights
Start Destination
UK
End Destination
Munich
  • Mirabell Palace – The building itself is beautiful but the highlight
    has to be the manicured gardens. The palace is also used as a
    concert venue in the summer.
  • English Garden – A beautiful and tranquil park just minutes from
    the hustle and bustle of the city centre. There are boating lakes,
    jogging paths and monuments inspired by Asian architecture.
What's included

• 4* accommodation including buffet breakfast

• Ecomony car rental for the duration

• Return flights from UK

What's not included

 

  • Personal expenses
  • Gasoline
  • Parking fees
  • Speeding fines
  • Winter tyres
  • GPS
  • Maps

 

Itinerary
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Day 1
UK - Munich

Arrive into Munich this morning and explore this vibrant city. Visit its famous attractions such as the Marienplatz, the Viktualienmarkt and the Hofbräuhaus. Munich is the gateway to the Bavarian Alps and world famous for the "Oktoberfest“ and the Bayern München football club with its impressive Allianz Arena. The liveliest part of Munich is undoubtedly the Marienplatz, a spectacular square full of history.

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Day 2
Munich - Neuschwanstein & Linderhof Castles - Füssen

Today you will journey to Füssen where you can enjoy a visit of the splendid castles of Louis II, King of Bavaria known as The Mad King. Visit the fantastic Neuschwanstein castle and the beautiful castle of Linderhof, both of which are framed for having one of the most beautiful natural surroundings in the world. From here you can also visit the village of Oberammergau, known for its hand crafts and world famous Passion play.

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Day 3
Füssen - Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Today, continue on to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the capital of winter sports and host of the 1936 Winter Olympics. Here you will find the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze, which reachese an altitude of 2,962 meters. Why not ascend the Zugspitze by cable car to enjoy the wonderful views.

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Day 4
Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Innsbruck - Salzburg

Continue your journey today by arriving into Innsbruck. Situated in western Austria, Innsbruck is home to the valley of the River Inn and surrounded by high mountains. Stroll around this city of enchantments and visit the World of Swarovski Crystals, before leaving for Salzburg in the afternoon.

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Day 5
Salzburg

Explore the eternal city of Salzburg today. The worldwide fame of Salzburg is due to the incomparable magic of the surrounding landscape and the fact that it was birthpalce to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1756. The Old Town has also been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the architectural unity and harmony you will find here.

 

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Day 6
Salzburg - Berchtesgaden

Today leave for Berchtesgaden, a typical Alpine village at the foot of the Watzmann mountain. The village is well known for its salt mines, the Königssee (lake of the king) and the Obersalzberg with the Eagle‘s Nest.

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Day 7
Berchtesgaden - Chiemsee - Munich - UK

In the morning, leave once again for Munich and enjoy views across the shores of Lake Chiem along the way.

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