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Romantic Jewels

Munich - Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Neuschwanstein - Swarovski Crystal World - Innsbruck - Brechtesgaden Salt Mines - Salzburg - Chiemsee - Munich

Tour Operator:
Solaris Travel
Tour Type:
Private
Age Range:
0 to 99
Operated in:
AR / EN / FR / IT / DE ES / ZH / PT

Places you could visit

Destinations

No. of Nights

Munich

1

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

1

Hohenschwangau

1

Innsbruck

1

Brechtesgaden Salt Mines

1

Salzburg

1

Chiemsee

1

Munich

1

Tour Duration

8 Nights

Introduction

The regions of Bavaria, Tirol and Salzburg, admidst the peak of the Alps, have innumerable opportunities to offer:
Experience Munich, the buzzing Bavarian capital, which is wellknown for its charm, outstanding museums, world famous theaters and orchestras, magnificent churches and palaces, lovely parks and gardens and of course for its great shopping opportunities.

In contrast move further south and enjoy the serenity of the Bavarian country-side and the beautiful castles along the way to the Austrian border. Climb Germany‘s highest peak, the Zugspitze and take in the amazing view.

When crossing the Austrian border find yourself in Austria‘s leading holiday region south of Bavaria. Tirol provides an insight to Central European life with a unique blend of nature and culture. Proud peaks and picturesque valleys, rugged rocks and green pastures, sparkling mountain lakes and gorgeous glaciers have captivated people from all over the world since time immemorial. The nearby city of Salzburg, birthplace of the great composer W.A.Mozart and location of the movie “The Sound of Music” offers culture and music in lovely surroundings.

Day by day itinerary

Welcome to MUNICH, the capital of Bavaria.
Arrival in Munich and transfer to your hotel. After Check-In, you can start discovering the City at your own pace.

Here are some ideas: the Olympic Stadium with its amazing “hanging roof” than

continue along the imposing Ludwigstrasse past the university and Victory Arch into the heart of the city. At the Marienplatz, crowds gather outside the soaring neo-gothic Town Hall to watch the colorful Glockenspiel.
Stay Overnight in Munich (01, 02 or 03 nights according to clients wish).

Possible for Wheelchair

After Breakfast, Transfer to Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1.15 hrs). Discover the small town by your own made City tour & make an Excursion to Zugspitze mountain. You can board a cogwheel train, which takes you to the base of the mighty Zugspitze. At this point the train enters the mountain and tunnels its way up to Zugspitzeplattform station at an altitude of 2,600 metres.
Enjoy some free time at Zugspitzplatt to view the stunning alpine panorama around you.

Later you can catch the cable car to the summit of the Zugspitze Mountain, Germany’s
highest peak. At an altitude of nearly 3,000 metres the views are quite stupendous. Take in the unmatched 360° panorama with a view of more than 400 peaks in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and Germany (Tickets not included in the package. Cost of €28 per person. However there are lot of different types of ticket according to your needs. There are discounts for family tickets. Ask at the ticket shop for the most convenient ticket type or you and your family).

Stay overnight in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (01, 02 or 03 nights according to clients wish)


Possible for Wheelchair

After Breakfast transfer to Hohenschwangau (1 hrs). Possibility to visit Neuschwanstein Castle (entrance not included). We drive you through the heart of Bavaria to Neuschwanstein, Germany’s most famous and fairytale castle. Located on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, it makes for spectacular “post card” picture opportunities. This magnificent castle is probably the best known of King Ludwig’s many monumental achievements.

Stay overnight in Hohenschwangau or Füssen

Possible for Wheelchair

After breakfast, transfer to Wattens ( 2 hrs), Visit Swarovski Crystal Worlds. we drive to Wattens where we will explore the home of Swarovski Crystal Worlds. The museum was built in 1995 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Austria based crystal company Swarovski (entrance not included, ticket costs €20/person ). Then we continue to Innsbruck (20 minutes) – Discover the historical city of innsbruck at your own rhythm.

Here you could set off to discover the old town of Innsbruck, including all of the major sights such as the famous Golden Roof or the Bergisel Stadium. Innsbruck’s beautiful old town centre has historic buildings dating back more than 800 years. The city, besides being known for hosting the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, is extremely scenic, situated in the Inn Valley between two dramatic mountain chains.

Stay Overnight in Innsbruck (01, 02 or 03 nights according to clients wish).

Possible for Wheelchair

Today, we cross back over into Germany to Berchtesgaden (2.15 hrs). Framed by six formidable mountain ranges, the Berchtesgadener Land is a drop-dead-gorgeous corner of Bavaria steeped in myths and legends. These most definitely included the Watzmann, Germany’s second-highest mountain, and the pristine Koenigssee, perhaps Germany’s most photogenic body of water. Arrived in Berchtesgaden, we will start with a visit of the Salt Mine Berchtesgaden! you are provided with protective clothing that makes us look like an authentic miner. (entrance and tour not included, cost €30/person) Then, you travel on a former miner's train into the heart of the mountain.
Once inside this remarkable underground world, our local guide will amaze us with tales of the ancient salt mining history, its uses and the transportation methods. Further into the cave, we will enjoy a ride down original miner slides – great fun for all ages.
The Optional highlight awaits, as you can enjoy a boat ride (not included, boat ticket costs €20/person) of the famous deep green waters of the Koenigssee, an alpine lake with forest and near-vertical cliffs on its banks. The boat, crosses the lake and glides to a small peninsula where the ancient baroque chapel of St. Bartholomae has stood for 600 years, accessible only by water. You can enjoy lunch at the historic restaurant of St. Bartholomae (not included).

Stay Overnight in Brechtesgaden. 

Possible for Wheelchair.

After Breakfast, Transfer to Salzburg (40 minutes), A UNESCO World Heritage Site and surrounded by scenic Alpine mountains, Salzburg has some renowned baroque architecture and one of the best-preserved city centers. Standing beside the fast-flowing Salzach River, your gaze is raised inch by inch to the Altstadt’s mosaic of graceful domes and spires, the formidable cliff-top fortress and the mountains beyond. Don’t forget to discover the Getreidegasse for Shopping and find haus number 9 where Mozart was born.

Stay Overnight in Salzburg (01, 02 or 03 Nights possible).

Possible for Wheelchair

Transfer to Prien at Lake Chiemsee (1 hrs). We recommend making a Cruise on lake Chiemsee and visit the Herrenchiemsee Castle (not included. Boat ticket costs €12/person) where King Ludwig II built his palace of Herrenchiemsee in the style of Versailles.

Stay overnight in Prien at Lake Chiemsee

Possible for Wheelchair

Transfer back to Munich (1 hrs), Free day to do shopping and other activities at your own pace.

Here are some ideas: Ingolstadt Village, Viktualienmarkt, Kunsthalle Munich, Galeria Kaufhof,Oberpollinger, Riem Arcaden and Olympia Einkaufszentrum.


Overnight in Munich (01, 02 or 03 Nights)

Check-Out & Transfer to Munich airport and “Auf Wiedersehen”

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