Welcome to Austria, Vienna! On your arrival our tour guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Spend rest of your day at leisure, relax and get prepared for an exciting full day of touring tomorrow!
Vienna is the capital of Austria, after having a lavish breakfast in Vienna you will be headed to a 3-5 hours tour to thoroughly overview the City. Holiday Exit Representative will take you Parliament, State Opera House, The Burgtheatre, City Hall, and Votive Church.
After having breakfast you will head towards the train station with Holiday Exit Tour Guide who will take you Salzburg in train. It will be 2.5 hours ride to the city and once you reach there you will mesmerized by the beautiful Salzkammergut landscapes and mountains.
The fourth day of your tour will be the last day of yours in Austria. Get prepared by packing your bags and head towards your home city.
Austria is the heart of Europe and considered as a much uncomplicated country. Mostly people in Austria speak English. Austria is a perfect blend of cultural and natural attractions which opens a varied choice for tourist to select and spend their time. Visit Austria with Holiday Exit Tour Guides and get to know about Austria’s people and their customs by visiting various places.
- Wiener Riesenrad
Wiener Riesenrad is Standing proudly at the entrance of Prater park, the Riesenrad Ferris wheel is as important to Vienna as the London Eye is to London.
Naschmarkt was built in 16th-century, this open-air market feels like a cross between the old Covent Garden and Dinerama. Taste your way around Vienna’s varied culinary from barrels of sauerkraut to shawarma and sabich. You will always feel hungry!
- Salzburg Old Town
Salzburg old town is one of the largest UNESCO World Heritage. It has historical buildings and square buildings. The buildings are usually Medieval and Baroque in style. One can easily spend a full day by walking through the Old town and admire the sights by having a coffee.
|Best Time to Visit||
April to May – September to October
German, Austrian German, Hungarian, Slovenian