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Austria, Germany and Switzerland Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to Austria, Germany and Switzerland. With 13 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 8 days to 15 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is June, which has the most number of departures.

13 trips through Austria, Germany and Switzerland with 8 reviews

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  • Get your fill of frothy beer and delicious Bavarian treats in Munich’s historic beer halls.
  • Delve into the rich culture and heritage of quaint island villages as you pedal around the charming Lake Constance.
  • Have fun sliding down tranquil hillsides blanketed with pure white snow during a visit to the remote Swiss mountain retreat of Lauterbrunnen.
  • Catch a glimpse of the legendary Matterhorn Mountain on the horizon during an unforgettable train ride to Zermatt.
  • Relax with a newspaper and watch the world go by in a cosy cafe by gorgeous Lake Geneva in Lausanne.
  • Walk the gardens where the Von Trapp family crooned and danced in enchanting Salzburg.
  • Stroll through the lavish apartments in gilded Hapsburg palaces and savour the lingering deliciousness of chocolate in Vienna’s romantic coffee houses.
  • Step back into a medieval era of Gothic cathedrals and legendary Counts during a visit to Feldkirch.


  • It’s a good practise to say ‘Guten Tag’ (Good Day) when you enter shops, banks and other establishments in Austria.
  • If you wish to shop for souvenirs in Salzburg, head toward Getreidegasse Street in the Old Town area.
  • You’ll be expected to share your table with other drinkers while visiting Munich’s beer halls or beer gardens.
  • Avoid getting drunk on beer by spacing your drinks with juices in between.
  • Some of the beers to try in Munich include the light Helles, wheat based Weissbier, and strong lagers such as Bockbier.
  • Say ‘Gruezi’ for ‘Good day’, ‘Bitte’ for ‘Please’, and ‘Danke’ for ‘Thank you’ while travelling in Switzerland.
  • If you order cheese fondue in Switzerland, stir the pot vigorously as soon as it arrives to avoid burning the cheese.
  • If you want to stop while skiing on Swiss ski slopes, quickly move to the side in order to avoid a collision.

Austria, Germany and Switzerland Tours & Trips Reviews