Austrian Alps & Salzburg Inclusive
9 Days Away - 2022
Escape to the heart of the Austrian Alps on our memorable nine-day holiday, an area of stunning natural beauty with rolling pastures, wooded hills and shimmering blue lakes. We discover the highlights of this breathtaking region, including visits to the beautiful city of Salzburg with its stunning skyline of spires and towers, and the idyllic towns of Zell am See and Kitzbuhel. We also enjoy a fabulous inclusive package at our lovely resort hotel!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel and ferry crossings
- First and last night on a bed and breakfast basis in France
- 6 nights all inclusive at the 3-star Pinzger Stubn Hotel, Wald im Pinzgau:
- Buffet breakfast (including sparkling wine)
- 3-course buffet dinner (including a barbecue on one evening, weather permitting)
- Packed lunch on excursion days or midday snack
- Free bar (10am-10pm) on selected spirits, house wine, beer & soft drinks
- Tea & coffee all day
- Free excursion to Zell am See & Kitzbuhel
- Scenic drive along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road with photo stops
- Free excursion to Salzburg
Optional excursion to Innsbruck & Rattenberg (£19pp)
Zell am SeeZell am See
The picture-postcard town of Zell am See is nestled by the glorious reﬂective waters of Lake Zell and is surrounded by stunning alpine scenery. The town is popular with visitors all year round and it’s easy to see why! Admire the breathtaking views, enjoy the fresh clear air and stroll through the charming medieval centre, studded with colourful chalets and bursting with Austrian charm.
The medieval town of Kitzbuhel is surrounded by the Kitzbuhel Alps and is a delight to explore all year round, with its quaint centre, brightly-painted houses and stunning backdrop of pasture-laden hills. Stroll along the historic alleyways and follow in the footsteps of ski legends Toni Sailer and Hansi Hinterseer, as well as the renowned painter Alfons Walde, whose paintingscaptured the development of the town into a world-famous winter sports centre.
Grossglockner High Alpine RoadGrossglockner High Alpine Road
The Grossglockner High Alpine Roadis the highest surfaced mountain pass in Austria and attracts drivers from all over the world. With a total of 36 turns and running for 48km, the road snakes into Austria’s largest national park, High Tauern National Park, and is one of Europe’s most beautiful panoramic roads. It has become much safer and wider since its opening in 1935 and offers spectacular views of snow-capped mountains and colourful meadows. The road is dotted with fantastic viewing platforms and along the way, we stop to admire the majesty of Grossglockner. Standing at 3,798m, this striking mountain towers over the region and is Austria’s highest peak. Take in the stunning views and look out for the unique wildlife in its natural habitat, including ibexes, chamois, marmots and golden eagles.
The stunning city of Salzburg has much beauty to discover, listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, its wonderful architecture and breath-taking setting make it one of the busiest cities in Europe and a fantastic coach holiday destination, all year round.
InnsbruckInnsbruckThe Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck is rich with history and classic Austrian architecture, from the superb Garden Roof Palace to the Ambrass Castle. The central precinct of the Altstadt, an area of medieval houses attractively painted in traditional pastel colours, is bound by the River Inn and the Graben, following the course of the town’s moat that once surrounded its medieval core. It really is a fairytale-like city full of charm, all beneath the stunning Alpine mountain ridge of Nordkette
With only 400 inhabitants, Rattenberg is one of Austria’s smallest towns and is famous for its historic tradition of glass blowing. Tucked between the ancient fortress on the hillside and the River Inn, this charming town has almost entirely preserved its medieval centre. Here you can find revitalised townhouses and cobbled alleyways dotted with specialist glass shops. There is plenty more to explore, including the Augustine Museum, one of the Austrian Tyrol’s leading museums with its unique collection of artefacts, and the castle ruins which offer breathtaking views of the valley below. You may also like to browse the lovely range of shops along the pedestrianised high street or relax in one of the cafés and indulge in a local treat.
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Pinzger Stubn Hotel, Wald im Pinzgau Pinzger Stubn Hotel, Wald im Pinzgau
The Pinzger Stubn Hotel is located in pretty Wald im Pinzgau, the perfect base for our break. Furnished in a modern Alpine style, you’re assured a warm welcome and a high standard of service.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities and TV ● Bar ● Restaurant ● Sauna ● Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Please note: in Austria, a twin/double room will have one double bed base structure with two separate mattresses and separate bed linen for each mattress.Back to top