Austria - Salzburg and Innsbruck

Things to do in Austria - Salzburg and Innsbruck

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Day Trip to Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps
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Day Trip to Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps

Home to pristine lakes and pine-clad hills buried deep in the Bavarian Alps, Berchtesgaden is one good-looking German town. Visit this mountaintop retreat for epic views across the valley plus the chance to tour of its salt mines and Hitler's hideaway, 'The Eagle's Nest'.Start with a journey through the awe-inspiring alpine countryside, and you'll pass an assortment of chocolate-box villages and fairytale towns nestled in lush green foothills – it promises to be a day of spectacular scenery.One of Germany's highest peaks looms large over Berchtesgaden. But it's not just Mount Watzmann that impresses here – there are spectacular sights to see beneath the surface too. Enjoy free time or avail of optional tours, including a descent into a salt mine with a boat ride on an underground lake and a visit to 'The Eagle's Nest'. Once the mountain retreat of Adolf Hitler, there's a historical tour available or a beer garden serving up cold lager and wow-factor views of the Austrian border.

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Salzburg Tour Sightseeing Trip
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Salzburg Tour Sightseeing Trip

Whether it's to the sound of music of Mozart or the Von Trapps, Salzburg is ideal for a daytime waltz. This riverside city of baroque beauty has historically been a meeting point of northern and southern Europe – a cultural richness that's earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status. You'll get the lowdown on the city's history and attractions on this guided walking tour.

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Grossglockner Scenic Tour
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Grossglockner Scenic Tour

With a snowy summit scraping the sky, the Grossglockner is one impressive alpine peak. Venture to the base of Austria's highest mountain for a chance to meet marmots, hit the museum or just take in grandstand views across the landscape. Journey through green pastures and rolling hills and you'll make the steady climb towards the base of Austria's highest peak – the Grossglockner. Arrive almost 2000m above sea level to enjoy striking views across the landscape and the chance to learn fascinating facts on the mountain's past, present and future in the museum. And if you're lucky, you may even spot a marmot or two – oversized squirrel creatures that call these parts home.Afterwards, you'll wind your way deeper through High Tauern National Park – there's over 300 peaks alone here, as well as alpine scenery that mirrors classic film The Sound of Music. Along the way, you'll stop off at a café for an Austrian favourite, coffee and cake.

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Things to do in Austria - Salzburg and Innsbruck

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Austria - Salzburg and Innsbruck