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  • Sunday
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    Walking

    Sunday - No excursion
    Enjoy your holiday resort. There are often local festivals or concerts which take place on a Saturday. You will find detailed information at the local tourist information office or from your tour operator representative.

    Zell am See/ Kaprun Tourist Information

    Saalbach-Hinterglemm Tourist Information

    Kaprun High Alpine Reservoirs
  • Monday
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    ©Tourismus Salzburg, Photo: Breitegger Günter

    Photo: Simon1976

    Monday - Salzburg
    Salzburg is a city made famous by its music, home to Mozart and the "Sound of Music". You will pass by Leopoldkrone Castle, the Von Trapp family "home" in the "Sound of Music" and the convent in at Nonntal, where Maria was a novice nun. After your arrival in Salzburg, you will have time to explore the cobbled old town, the cathedral and medieval fortress before crossing the river to stroll through the pretty gardens of the Mirabell Palace. An optional city tour on foot, guided by a local Salzburg City Guide, will take you to the highlights of the city including Mozart Square, The Residence Buildings and Getreidegasse and will give you an insight into the varied history of this impressive city. This tour can be reserved on board the excursion coach. The optional city tour costs €10 per adult, children 6 - 12 years €5. The city tour is free for children under 6 years.
    After free time enjoying the city of Salzburg, you head to the Salzkammergut, with a photo-stop above St Gilgen, looking towards St Wolfgang before a visit to one of the film locations for the Sound of Music, the church at Mondsee, which was the "wedding church". Afterwards you return to your resort late afternoon.

    Passports are required on this excursion.

    Price:
    Adult €49, excluding optional city tour
    Child €34, excluding optional city tour

    Departure times tbc:
    07.45 Hinterglemm/Saalbach
    07.45 Kaprun
    08.05 Schüttdorf
    08.15 Zell am See
  • Tuesday
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    Grossglockner High Alpine Road

    Alpine Marmots

    Tuesday - Grossglockner
    This is a scenic trip into the Hohe Tauern National Park, on the High Alpine Road, which leads to the glacial base of Austria’s highest mountain, the Grossglockner (3798m). Marvel en route the spectacular scenery of the area and the incredible engineering feat of the Grossglockner road. The Grossglockner High Alpine Road has been an incomparable experience for about fifty million visitors since 1935. On the ascent from 1,500m to the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe, you pass through all of the vegetation zones from the cornfields to the eternal ice. There will be opportunities to photograph this amazing road, alpine scenery and wildlife, as well as learn more about them in Visitors' Center Exhibitions at the Franz-Josefs Höhe (free of charge).
     
    Price:
    Adult €39
    Child €24

    Departure times:
    09.00 Hinterglemm/Saalbach
    09.30 Zell am See
    09.35 Schüttdorf
    09.00 Kaprun
  • Wednesday
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    © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus - http://zellamsee-kaprun.com

    Hiking on the Kitzsteinhorn in Kaprun, overlooking Zell am See

    Wednesday - No excursion
    Enjoy your holiday resort. There are often local festivals or concerts which take place on a Saturday. You will find detailed information at the local tourist information office or from your tour operator representative.

    Zell am See/ Kaprun Tourist Information

    Saalbach-Hinterglemm Tourist Information

    Kaprun High Alpine Reservoirs
  • Thursday
    Liechtenstein gorge

    Liechtenstein Gorge

    Maria Alm church

    Maria Alm church

    Thursday - Hochkönig Mountains and Liechtenstein Gorge
    This is a delightful trip firstly to the Liechtenstein Gorge* in St Johann in Pongau, where you will be able to walk approximately 30 minutes on a maintained pathway next to the rushing water tumbling through the gorge to a picturesque waterfall.Your journey then takes you via the mining town of Mühlbach through the Hochkönig Mountain Range and onto the quaint village of Maria Alm, where you will have time for coffee/ tea and cake* at a local restaurant and to visit the local pilgrimage church, featuring the tallest church tower in Salzburg, with its beautifully kept cemetry.
    Strong shoes are recommended.
    *The entrance fee to the gorge and coffee/tea and cake is included.*

    Price:
    Adult € 39, including entrance to gorge and coffee/tea and cake
    Child € 24, including entrance to gorge and soft drink and cake

    Departure times:
    11.50 Hinterglemm/Saalbach
    12.15 Zell am See
    12.20 Schüttdorf
    12.30 Kaprun

    NB. These departure times may change.
  • Friday
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    Berchtesgaden Salt mines train

    Eagles Nest and view

    Salt mine train

    Friday - Berchtesgaden
    Visit Berchtesgaden, the Royal Bavarian Spa town, famous for its old working salt mines (optional €17 adult, €9.50 child) and Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest (optional €16.60 adult, €9.60 child).

    Salt mining has a long tradition in Berchtesgaden. The wealth of the whole region has its origin in the white gold. You will be given a guided tour of the complex tunnel system, which makes up part of the 500 year old mine and will discover the origins of the famous Bad Reichenhall salt.

    The road leading from Obersalzburg (formerly Hitler's home and southern headquarters) to the Eagle’s Nest parking lot is widely considered to be a real feat of engineering. The Eagle’s Nest, perched at 1.834 m (6.017 ft), was a project of Martin Bormann's and given to Adolf Hitler for his 50th birthday as a teahouse for diplomats.

    It is possible to visit both the salt mines and the Eagle’s Nest during the excursion. For those guests not wishing to visit either the Salt Mines or the Eagle’s Nest, there is time to explore the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden. All guests will be in Berchtesgaden for a short lunch break (lunch is not included).
    Please pay for both optional visits on the excursion coach. Optional prices for 2020 tbc.

    Passports are required on this excursion. Return time approx. 5.15 pm.

    Price:
    Adult € 41, excluding optional visits
    Child € 26, excluding optional visits

    Departure times:
    07.20 Hinterglemm/Saalbach
    07.20 Kaprun
    07.30 Schüttdorf
    07.45 Zell am See
  • Saturday
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    Kaprun High Alpine Reservoirs

    Saturday - No excursion
    Enjoy your holiday resort. There are often local festivals or concerts which take place on a Saturday. You will find detailed information at the local tourist information office or from your tour operator representative.

    Zell am See/ Kaprun Tourist Information

    Saalbach-Hinterglemm Tourist Information

    Kaprun High Alpine Reservoirs
Please note:
Alpentouristik is not responsible for itinerary or route changes due to factors beyond our control or liable for the actions of our suppliers. Guests must ensure they have a passport where necessary, appropriate excursion ticket and are at the correct pick - up point 5 minutes before the scheduled departure time. All optionals must be paid for in cash on the excursion coach. There may be programming changes at the beginning and end of the season, or due to weather conditions. Excursion passengers aged 2 - 12 years will be charged the children’s rate. Return time for all excursions approx. 6 pm, unless otherwise stated. All prices are in Euros.