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Mountain sceneries and classic cities of Switzerland and Austria
10 days / 9 nights
Zurich - Bern - Interlaken - Liechtenstein - Neuschwanstein - Innsbruck - Salzburg -Vienna

Day 1 Zurich
Arrive Zurich and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2 Zurich – Bern (130km/2h) – Interlaken (60km/1h)
Departure towards Berne, Swiss capital. Sightsee­ing of the old town with the famous clock tower, Federal Palace, Bear Park and Paul Klee Center. Then continuation towards Interlaken for an overnight.

Day 3 Interlaken
After breakfast your tour starts with the Höheweg - Interlaken's main street which runs between Interlaken West and Interlaken Ost Railway Stations. On this street you will find many souvenir shops. Have a look at the "Japanese Garden", and don't miss the beautiful view of the famous snow-covered Jungfrau mountain from "Höhematte". Other thing you can see is Jungfrau- Aletsch- Bietschhorn. It is a glacier in UNESCO World Heritage Site above Interlaken in the Bernese Alps.

Day 4 Interlaken - Liechtenstein (200km/3,30h) - Neuschwanstein (170km/3h)
Leave the Swiss Alps behind and journey through the heart of Swit­zerland to Liechtenstein, one of the world's smallest sovereign states .A short sightseeing by bus and continue to Neuschwanstein castle. The palace was intended as a personal refuge for the reclusive king, but it was opened to the paying public immediately after his death in 1886. Since then over 60 million people have visited Neuschwanstein Castle.

Day 5 Neuschwanstein – Innsbruck (120km/2,30h)
After breakfast , con­tinue on to Innsbruck. Discover some of the most important sightseeing attractions of Innsbruck: the Hofgarten gardens, the "golden roof", the column of Saint Anne and the triumph gate. Near to Innsbruck is Wattens - the location of the "Crystal World of Swarovski", one of Austria’s most visited museums.

Day 6 Innsbruck
A morning sightseeing tour is followed by lunch at the Cafe Sacher. It was here that Franz Sacher created the famous Sacher-Torte. In the afternoon we will drive along one of the most famous and scenic roads in Europe towards the highest mountain of Austria, Grossglockner. After enjoying the vistas continuation towards Salzburg.

Day 7 Innsbruck – Salzburg (190km/3h)
Enjoy a day trip visiting the breathtaking landscapes and locations, but also the historical and architectural landmarks in the city, as well as a part of the picturesque lake district. Walk through the birthplace of the beloved composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the classical music concert with his music in the evening.

Day 8 Salzburg – Vienna (300km/4,30h)
Departure to Vienna. After arriving you will have a sightseeing tour will include the Ringstrasse, the Schoenbrunn palace and the gardens, the Hundertwasserhaus, the famous Prater amusement park and St. Stephen's Cathe­dral. You will have some free time for shopping in the centre of the town.

Day 9 Vienna
This tour provides an overall impression of the most significant historic sights of Vienna. You will see the Ringstrasse with all its magnificent buildings, including the Museum of Applied Arts, State Opera House, Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Natural History, the Hofburg Palace, Parliament, City Hall, the Burgh theater and University, as well as the Votive Church. See also the Giant Ferris Wheel or 'Prater' at the Viennese amusement park. The highlight is a visit to the imperial apartments at Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburg family.

Day 10 Vienna
Transfer to Vienna airport for your final departure.