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Austria and Germany Tours & Trips 2017/2018

224 trips through Austria and Germany with 47 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to Austria and Germany. With 224 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 5 days to 26 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is June, which has the most number of departures.

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224 trips through Austria and Germany with 47 reviews

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Highlights

  • Enjoy the scents of freshly baked Christmas goodies and revel in the gaiety that surrounds Innsbruck’s festive Christmas markets.
  • Marvel at decorated banisters and stroll along stately corridors lined with portraits of Austria’s great rulers at Melk’s historic Benedictine monastery.
  • Listen to fascinating tales of Salzburg’s celebrated residents as you pass iconic landmarks such as the vibrant Mirabell Gardens and Salzburg Cathedral.
  • Trace the footsteps of the regal Habsburg dynasty in the splendid imperial rooms of Vienna’s Schonbrunn Palace.
  • Delve into the youthful aura and romantic vibes of Heidelberg, an ancient German university town.
  • Witness the amazing transformation of Berlin into a glamorous city while visiting its creative art hubs and hedonistic nightclubs.
  • Feel the cool breeze in your hair as you pedal past colourful vineyards and apricot rich orchards in Austria’s Wachau Valley by the meandering Danube River.
  • Be charmed by the fairytale atmosphere of the Neuschwanstein Castle, which towers over the rocky crags near Munich.

Tips

  • It is customary to shake hands when you meet someone (even children) in Germany.
  • Carry plenty of cash as many German restaurants do not accept credit cards.
  • While dining in a German restaurant, place your hands but not your elbows on the table.
  • If you are drinking with locals in Germany, look a person in the eye and say ‘Prost’ before sipping on your beverage.
  • Ladies are normally addressed with the title ‘Frau’ and men are addressed as ‘Herr’.
  • If you are biking, carry a small first aid kit with Band-Aid and anti inflammatory medication such as aspirin.
  • Use a bicycle that is suitable for your height and use a pannier instead of a backpack for better balance.
  • If you want to blend in with the Berlin crowd, shop for good quality second hand clothes in the Friedrichshain or Mitte districts.

Austria and Germany Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews