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Day 01    Munich

Upon arrival in Munich airport, meet and greet our tour representative, pick up and transfer to hotel. Check in and relax. Free and easy at own leisure. 

Evening, walk around Munich's inner city and its highlights. Approximately 350m, 5 minutes walk from the hotel, there is an Indian Restaurant (In-Dish) for dinner, and a few other malls and restaurants to spend the day. Walk back to hotel. Overnight in Munich.

Day 02    Munich

After breakfast, proceed for Munich sightseeing. Visit the Glyptothek, built between 1816 and 1830 to house King Ludwig I of Bavaria's personal collection of Ancient Greek and Roman sculptures.  

Later, continue to visit the Alte Pinakothek (Old Pinacoteca), an art gallery, built in 1826 by King Ludwig I of Bavaria, designed by architect Leo von Klenze in the Italian Renaissance style. 

Within minutes, visit the Odeonsplatz, climb the steps in front of the neoclassical Feldherrnhalle and enjoy the great view over Odeonsplatz and Ludwigsstraße. Another highlight is the bright yellow exterior facade of the Theatinerkirche, which can be seen from afar. 

Directly on Odeonsplatz is also Germany's largest inner-city palace, the Munich Residenz, with the pompous Hercules Hall, the Treasury and many historic rooms, it is a popular destination right in the city center. 

FÜNF HÖFE is a special place for exclusive shopping and fashion in Munich. The most elegant shopping center in Munich, in the heart of the old town.

The National Theater on Max-Joseph-Platz was opened in 1818 and is the main venue for the world-renowned Bavarian State Opera and the Bavarian State Ballet. 

The Maximilianstrasse is Munich's most expensive avenue, almost all international luxury labels of the fashion and jewellery industry are represented here.  

Just a walking distance is the Hofbräuhaus, home to over 400 years of brewing art. For a long time it was the home of the Hofbräu brewery, in a beautiful location on the Platzl. 

Approximately, a 5 minutes walk, visit the Viktualienmarkt, the Viktualienmarkt is one of the top sights in the center of Munich for fresh goods like fruits and vegetables here, but also eat excellent food at the market square, as well as the statues and fountains is worth seeing. It is also a good place to buy souvenirs. Viewing the platform on the Alter Peter offers a great overview of the market. Take a look inside Munich's oldest mentioned parish church.

Another 5 mins walk, visit the Munich Stadtmuseum, founded in 1888 on the initiative of the city archivist Ernst von Destouches. It was initially designed as a museum of local history. 

The Film Museum has been part of the Munich Stadtmuseum since 1963. 

Walk another 5 mins to visit the Marienplatz, world-famous square in the centre of the city since Munich was founded by Henry the Lion in 1158, a point where new city’s most important streets met and for centuries it was the centre of Munich's life. At the centre of Marienplatz, you will find the Mariensäule (column), the 11 metre tall column in 1638 out of Tegernsee marble erected by Elator Maximilian I. 

Less than 5 minutes are the two towers of the Frauenkirche (cathedral) is the 98.57 metres Munich's skyline more than any other building in the city. It is made sure it stays this way for a long time to come. 

The Gothic cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Munich and is officially known as “Zu Unserer Lieben Frau“ (Cathedral Of Our Dear Lady), eErected by the Munich-based architect and master builder Jörg von Halsbach in the 15th century, was completed in 1488 after just 20 years of construction work.

Finally, visit the Karlstor in Munich, a medieval city gate, which served as a defensive fortification and a checkpoint. It is located at the western end of Neuhauser Straße, a portion of Munich's down-town pedestrian zone, which was part of the salt road and the east–west thoroughfare of the historic old town. 

Take a slow walk approximately 1.8km (25 minutes) back to hotel passing by shopping spots, and street food corners before reaching the hotel. Overnight in Munich.

Day 03    Munich to Salzburg

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Salzburg. Transfer to hotel, check in and relax. Proceed for city tour. Visit Mirabell Palace and its chequered history, built in 1606 by Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau for his mistress Salome Alt and their 15 children. 

Today, the Mirabell Palace houses the offices of the Salzburg mayor and the municipal administration. The Marmorsaal is now considered one of the finest wedding halls in the world. 

Next, visit the Famous residents of the Mozart's Birthplace, one of the most visited museums in Austria and an absolute highlight for Mozart fans, born on 27 January 1756 in the "Hagenauer Haus", on the Makartplatz Square.

Next, visit the Würth Sculpture Garden at Arenberg Castle and the Walk of Modern Art in the old town (since 2013) are an expression of the connection between the city of Salzburg and Würth. The company's first collector's items were exhibited in the city of Mozart as early as 1991. The world market leader in the trade in assembly and fastening materials attaches great importance to art and culture.

Later, pass by the Salzburg Regional Court, one of 20 regional courts in Austria, which covers the area of ​​the state of Salzburg. The building on Rudolfsplatz is a listed building. 

Next, visit The cathedral most important sacred building and very much the centerpiece of Salzburg, built in 767 under bishop Virgil, subsequently consecrated to Saints Peter and Rupert in the year 774.

Later, proceed to The first St. Peter's Abbey was founded in the 7th century and is considered the oldest monastery still in existence in the German-speaking world, built in 696 by Rupert, Bishop of Worms. Along with the impressive Christian architecture, St. Peter's cemetery and the catacombs are a popular tourist attraction in Salzburg.   International visitors recognise the cemetery and catacombs as familiar settings from the film, The Sound of Music. 

Mozart and Hayden are closely associated with St. Peter's Abbey. In 1769, thirteen-year-old Mozart composed the Dominicus mass for the abbot and a few years later Michael Haydn wrote the Rupertus mass commissioned by the abbey. Today, the Baroque Hall in St. Peter's Stiftskulinarium restaurant and the Romanesque Hall are regularly used for concert events such as the Mozart Dinner Concert.

The Schauspielhaus Salzburg (formerly “Elisabethbühne”) is located in the Nonntal district and is the largest independent theater in Austria. The “Elisabethbühne” was founded in the cellars of the Elisabethkirche in 1958. In the 1995/96 season, the theater moved to the “Petersbrunnhof”, a former estate of the St. Peter’s Abbey in the Salzburg district of Nonntal. Since the 2004/05 season, the theater has been called “Schauspielhaus Salzburg”. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Salzburg.


Upon arrival in Zurich, meet and greet the tour representative, transfer to hotel. Check in and relax a short while. Proceed for the exciting sightseeing journey.

Explore the significant landmarks of Zurich, including the Old Town, Swiss National Museum, Munsterhof Square, and more. Visit St. Peter's Church, discover the most prominent clock face in Europe and learn about the Fraumunster church's exciting history & architecture. 

Explore the surrounding districts to witness the stately mansions from ancient times and discover the popular Zurichberg recreational area. Visit the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, known to be the college where Albert Einstein studied and is currently one of the highest-ranked engineering colleges in the world. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Zurich.

Day 00    Zurich to Lucerne

After breakfast, check out and proceed to 1hr 16mins journey to Lucerne, a small town nested between the lovely snow-capped mountains and Lake Lucerne. Old Town is entirely pedestrianized and quite small, so, it’s easy to take a walk or ride an e-bike around the entire town. No matter which path you choose, there will be plenty of chances to take stunning and unforgettable pictures,It has many aesthetic structures with paintings that tell stories. Admire the several stunning old churches, several fountain squares,  and well-preserved city towers and walls. 

Visit the Jesuit Church the first major baroque Catholic church to be constructed in 1667 in Switzerland, located in the north of the mountains. The Lion monument which honours the 760 Swiss troops who died in the 18th century supporting King Louis during the French Revolution, the oldest sculptural monument in Switzerland. 

Next, visit the Glacier Garden of Lucerne is a natural Ice Age relic that is situated just beside the Lion Monument. It was first discovered in 1872, originally carved out 20,000 years ago by retreating glaciers, and now it has potholes caused by glacial waterfalls. You can also see fossilized shrimp and palm fronds from 20 million years ago when the region was a subtropical seashore. 

Another fantastic sight is the Musegg Wall (or Lucern Ramparts Walk), which has nine towers, initially built as a city fortification, constructed in the mid-14th and early 15th centuries and runs along the northern edge of the Old Town. 

One of Lucerne’s most iconic landmarks is the Chapel Bridge, the world’s oldest surviving truss bridge, constructed in the early 14th century which connects the right bank of the River Reuss with the Old Town of Lucerne by cutting across the river diagonally.

You may choose either a trip to Mount Pilatus 

Mount Pilatus or  fondly called “Dragon Mountain”, one of the most notable attractions in Lucerne, Switzerland, the most notable features. One of these peaks stands above 2000 meters to the south and is certain to catch your eye, and an amazing panoramic 360-degree view. 

The term “Dragon mountain” is a folkloric reference and has its origins in the Middle Ages, believed at the time that dragons with healing powers lived atop the mountain. 

or the Mount Rigi 

Mount Rigi often known as the Queen of the Mountains or Rigi Kulm, is equally as impressive as Mount Pilatus and is worth a day trip on its own. It is a well-known alpine location close to Lucerne, directly over the lake from Mount Pilatus. The views from the mountain are different. 

A day trip to Mount Rigi is a traditional Swiss mountain experience, complete with various transportation choices, such as the old Vitznau-Rigi railway, lovely landscapes, and a range of enjoyable outdoor activities. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Lucerne.

Day 00    Lucerne to Interlaken

After breakfast, check out and depart to Interlaken, 1hr 33mins journey to a majestic resort located at the foot of the Bernese Oberland Alps, through the countryside to Interlaken, located at the heart of the Jungfrau region. 

Enjoy full-day excursion at the most attractive alpine regions, the idyllic Bernese Oberland and the magnificent Jungfrau region mountain world,the famous mountain resorts Grindelwald, also named Eiger or Glacier Village, and Interlaken, uniquely located between two lakes.

Proceed on a scenic coach journey through splendid countryside to Interlaken, the heart of the magnificent Jungfrau region. Stop in Interlaken, continue to Grindelwald, a lively and varied place perfect for active holidays. Numerous lookout points provide stunning views of the surrounding impressive mountain landscape including the world famous triple peaks Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

Experience a cable car ride to the sunny terrace of Mt First and enjoy the 40-meter long "Cliff Walk by Tissot" or take a fun trottibike ride (only during summer).

Take a quick photo stop and orientation about Interlaken, a charming town located between two lakes, Grindelwald, a picture perfect Swiss resort. Explore the world famous triple peaks, Eiger, Monch and Jungrau, try the cable car ride, the Cliff Walk, or the Trottibike (only during the summer). 

In the afternoon, travel back to Interlaken, spend the rest of your time exploring this shopping paradise. Look at the handicrafts, try out some regional produce, or buy yourself jewelry and watches. You can also visit Interlaken's home mountain, Harder Kulm, ride the cable car and visit the peak to take in unparalleled views of the mountain range. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Interlakan.

Upon arriving at Vienna Airport, meet and greet our tour representative, transfer to Salzburg. Check-in to hotel. Free and easy at own leisure with activities that interest you. Austria is known as one of the best vacation destinations and a mesmerizing country in the world.  It has a stunning alpine sceneries and an amazing backdrop beauty is adorned by a striking ambiance, beautiful atmosphere, and the picturesque sightseeing spots. 

 Overnight stay in Vienna. 

Day 00     

After breakfast,  check out and proceed for an overall impression of the most significant historical sights of Vienna, along the Ringstrasse of numerous grand buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts with its world famous art treasures of the Habsburgs and the Natural History Museum,  see the cultural district where the Museums Quartier, the Hofburg (the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burg theater are all located. Visit the showrooms of Schönbrunn Palace, once the summer residence of the Habsburg family and home of Maria Theresia. 

Next, visit the Opera, enroute the Belvedere Palace. Have lunch and depart to Salzburg. Transfer to Hotel. Free and easy at own leisure. Overnight in Salzburg. 

Day 00

After breakfast ,check out and transferred to Innsbruck. After an assisted transfer to your pre-booked hotel in Innsbruck, you can explore the place on your own once you complete the check-in formalities. The rest of the day is at your leisure. 

Day 00

Start the day with breakfast at the hotel. Later, proceed with the tour of Innsbruck Swarovski Crystal World. The museum is known for its art, architecture, and masterpieces by Swarovski. Enter the world of crystal, curated by artists from all over the world. Be dazzled by the presence of this surreal beauty. Overnight stay in Innsbruck.