Germany, Austria and Switzerland Tour
- See the Opera House and Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna
- Walking tour of Salzburg
- Munich: Olympic Stadium
- Dachau Concentration Camp
- Visit Neuschwanstein Castle
- Participate in an evening filled with fondue to yodeling
Travel the Rhine Falls, learn to Waltz, visit castles, eat local fare and enjoy walking tours, amazing views and city-scapes on a visit to three distinct and incredible countries.
History and culture is blended seamlessly in this tour, while a grander picture is gained through visiting multiple countries in one action packed trip.
Student trip itineraries are completely customizable for your group, desires, and needs.
Day 1 - Fly to Austria
Board your overnight flight to Austria.
Days 2 - 3 - Vienna
See the Opera House, Stephen’s Cathedral and Vienna’s many highlights. Visit the grand Hofburg Palace and the grounds of the Schönbrunn Palace. Free time on famed shopping street, Kärntnerstrasse. Evening activities include learning the Viennese waltz and local delicacies like wiener schnitzel, goulash, and more!
Day 4 - Salzburg to Munich
Get a sense of Salzburg with a walking tour through the baroque architecture of Old Town and a visit to Mozart’s birthplace. This city was the backdrop for the Sound of Music. Enjoy some free time before traveling to Munich.
Day 5 - Munich
Munich: Olympic Stadium, former royal palace Residenz, and Marienplatz . Visit the town of Dachau, and tour Dachau Concentration Camp to gain scope into the harsh and tragic realities of WWII and the Holocaust. Visit the Frauenkirche church, Neues Rathaus – the New Town Hall – and the brewery Hofbräuhaus.
Day 6 - Neuschwanstein to Tyrol
Visit Neuschwanstein Castle. Originally built for the reclusive Ludwig II of Bavaria, it was opened to visitors shortly after his death in 1886. Travel to the Tyrol region in Austria.
Day 7 - Liechtenstein to Lucerne
En route to Lucerne, stop in the tiny but wealthy country of Liechtenstein. Travel onwards to the Lucerne region.
Day 8 - Lucerne
Tour Lucerne: Walk the Chapel Bridge, constructed in the 14th century, and make an excursion to Mount Pilatus if you choose. Have an evening filled with traditional customs, from fondue to yodeling!
Day 9 - Heidelberg
Travel via the Rhine Falls and the Black Forest to Heidelberg, Germany. Take a tour and visit the Heidelberg Tun, a humongous wine vat located within the Heidelberg Castle. Enjoy a farewell feast and activities tonight.
Day 10 - Homeward Bound
Board our group flight home after an amazing trip to Europe.
AirfareRoundtrip group airfare to Europe
CoachPrivate coach bus for duration of tour, equipped with A/C, T.V & DVD players, on-board washroom
HotelCentrally located, student friendly, 3 * minimum, acclaimed hotels
Daily breakfast and dinner included in tour. Meals at locally owned and run restaurants and accommodations serving authentic cuisine sufficient for all appetites.
Vienna was the birthplace of Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, to name but a few of the world’s most famous classical composers. Must be something in the water!
Places You’ll Visit
See sites such as the Opera House and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Free time on the famed shopping street.
Walking tour through the baroque architecture of Old Town and a visit to Mozart’s birthplace.
See the Olympic Stadium, the former royal palace Residenz and Marienplatz.
Option of visiting the Dachau Concentration Camp to gain scope into the harsh and tragic realities of WWII.
Originally built for the reclusive Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Stop in the tiny but wealthy country of Liechtenstein.
Walk the Chapel Bridge, constructed in the 14th century, and make an excursion to Mount Pilatus if you'd like!
The picturesque town is well known for its architecture and interesting cityscape.