7 Nights | £759 pp
Outward Date: 16/08/2018 - Depart Manchester 1325 arrive Munich 1630
Return Date: 23/08/2018 - Depart Vienna 1100 arrive Manchester 1235
Departing from Manchester
Fly direct to Munich. On arrival join the transfer to your hotel where you will spend 2 nights.
Munich: The city's silhouette is defined by its many churches. One of the most note worthy is the Frauenkirche located in Munich’s Old Town, not far from the centrally located Marienplatz. In World Heavily damaged by air strikes during World War II, the Church was later rebuilt and renovated in several construction phases. The south tower of the cathedral can be climbed and offers a unique, wide view across the rooftops of Munich and on to the Alps. In the entrance of this imposing late-Gothic interior you encounter among other things the legendary devil’s footprint in the floor of the church. And of course, no visit to Munich is complete without enjoying excellent Bavarian hospitality in one of the many beer halls dotted around the city.
Make your own way to the station for the journey by rail to Salzburg where you will spend 2 nights. (Journey time approximately 1.5hrs.)
Salzburg: Home of Mozart, the city is rich in music, history and culture. Salzburg Castle is a must during your time in the city. One of the biggest castles of Europe, Salzburg′s fortress provides its visitors with stunning views over the valley. The castle is undoubtedly Salzburg′s prime attraction and most dominant feature of the city′s skyline.
Make your own way to the station for the journey by rail to Vienna where you will spend 3 nights. (Journey time is approximately 2hrs 20mins.)
Vienna: For anyone with an interest in classical music or opera, a visit to Vienna is almost like a pilgrimage. Great composers of the “Viennese School” include Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. The Vienna Boys Choir is widely known for the boys’ angelic voices and sailor suits and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is considered to be one of the best in the world.
Vienna: There’s so much to see in Vienna that you’re almost spoilt for choice, but two of the city’s lesser known museums are well worth a visit. The Vienna Furniture Museum is home to the Imperial furniture collection and is housed in the building where the Hapsburgs stored their furniture. The museum’s displays and special exhibitions include current furniture developments and designs. The Museum of Technology is a fascinating place to visit for anyone who has an interest in how things work. The unique exhibits, from the past to the future, make the museum a showplace for exciting technological developments.
Join the transfer from your hotel to the airport for the return flight to the UK.
Your Holiday Hotels
This is a great family run hotel where the service is of a high standard and it is simply moments away from the main "Hauptbahnhof" so it is in centre of everything. The hotel is spotlessly clean and most of the bedrooms have been renovated with care, providing a very comfortable stay(the hotel is made of 3 buildings around a small courtyard). Located in a quiet street ensures both convenience and peace whilst being in the midst of it all! You'll find great shopping, a mix of bars and restaurants, great beer gardens and great public transport all at your finger tips. Within 20 minutes walk: City centre, pedestrian area and shops, Cathedral, City Hall, Marienplatz, museums, beer garden, "Hofbrau Haus" National Theatre.
Our opinion… A simple and charming family run hotel.
Location… Hotel Hohenstauffen is located in the city centre, just 5-minute walk from Salzburg Train Station. The Mirabell Gardens and all other city sights of interest of the Cultural World Heritage City Salzburg are only a short walk away.
Accommodation… Rooms are very traditional in style and are equipped with bath or shower / WC (hair dryer), phone, radio and Sat-TV.
Facilities… There is a breakfast room and a spacious lounge. Bicycle rental is also available.
Transport… Main railway station is a 5 minute walk away. From here you can also take the bus to get around the city.
Our opinion… An ideal location for shopping and sightseeing.
Location… In the immediate vicinity of the Hotel is the romantic pedestrian
zone known as Spittelberg, which features wonderful examples of Baroque and Biedermeier architecture with the buildings now home to many small cafes, restaurants and even some private breweries. The shopping mile of the Mariahilfer Strasse is just steps away.
Accommodation… The 42 spacious rooms of the Hotel Savoy are decorated in typical Viennese style. All rooms feature bathrooms with separate toilet, hairdryer, colour TV, minibar, safe, radio and telephone as well as free Wireless LAN
Facilities… There is a breakfast room
Your Holiday Price Includes
Direct flight from Manchester to Munich, returning from Vienna
2 nights at the 3* Alfa Hotel in Munich sharing a twin/double room
2 nights at the 3* Hohenstauffen Hotel in Salzburg sharing a twin/double room
3 nights at the 3* Savoy in Vienna sharing a twin/double room
Standard class rail travel from Munich to Salzburg
Standard class rail travel from Salzburg to Vienna
Return private airport transfers
UK Air Passenger Duty
Services of Our 24 hour duty manager