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Austria’s Great Cities

Innsbruck, Salzburg & Vienna by rail
Holiday information
Nights: 7
Accommodation: three 4-star hotels
Meals: 7 breakfasts
Included extras: street plans and detailed notes for self-guided city walks for all cities
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For wonderful walking options – and fabulous views – amid the splendour of the Austrian Tyrol by the shores of Achensee, add three nights at the 4-star Wiesenhof in Pertisau.
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • self-guided journey by rail through the Inn and Danube Valleys
  • discover Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna
  • explore on foot following our detailed cultural notes
  • three intimate, friendly and welcoming hotels
  • a cake-lover’s paradise!

Handsome monuments, colourful histories, and streets that take you back in time, combine to give Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna a special allure. These are, arguably, Austria’s three greatest cities, with much to intrigue and enthral, and our choice of intimate, family-run hotels only adds to the appeal of this wonderful holiday.

This small and friendly country punches well above its weight when it comes to magnificent scenery, cultural legacy and towering cream-filled cakes.
Alison Temple, Inntravel

You journey between the cities by rail from west to east so that you start with the smallest and finish in the culturally absorbing capital. With a full day in each to explore (two in the case of Vienna), you can gain a feel for their very different characters. Surrounded by towering peaks which provide a dramatic backdrop to the historic buildings, in Innsbruck there is no escaping the fact that you are in the heart of the Alps. If Innsbruck is dominated by mountains, Salzburg, meanwhile, is dominated by music – the rich culture of this vibrant, cosmopolitan city is inextricably linked with that of its most famous son, Mozart. Last, but by no means least, is graceful Vienna, where an abundance of palaces harking back to the city’s imperial past is outnumbered only by the traditional coffee houses, whose large windows, marble-topped tables and array of delicious cakes make them the perfect place to indulge in some people-watching for an hour or two.

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