Magnificent Austria Swiss – 5N/6D


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Don’t miss a chance to be spellbound by this dreamy location. Traverse in the beauty of sunny alpine meadows, sky-high mountains, and sparkling turquoise lakes with Unify Holidays as your travel partner.


Day 1: Arrival At Salzburg & City Tour

Upon reaching Salzburg, aboard the shuttle service to get to your accommodation. Once you arrive, check into the hotel.

After refueling, prepare yourself to go on the Salzburg city tour.

Explore Salzburg's most stunning sites

This is an interesting audio tour where you get to explore 13 languages and choose your desired language

You can create an itinerary with 12 interesting stops and satisfy your itchy feet.

  • Mirabellplatz
  • Rudolfskai
  • Mozartsteg
  • Ferdinand-Hanusch-Platz
  • Herbert-von-Karajan-Platz
  • Schloss Leopoldskron
  • Hellbrunn Palace
  • Gwandhaus
  • Nonntaler Hauptstraße,3
  • Imbergstraße
  • St. Andrä
  • Tourist Information Hauptbahnhof

Take this fascinating bus tour to witness the magnificence of Salzburg's many palaces, churches, monuments, and gardens.

Get a feel for the city as you pass some of Salzburg's most recognizable locations, like the well-known Mozarteum music university, the commanding Makart Square, and the exquisite baroque Trinity Church. See the ancient City Hall and the renowned State Theatre, which was visited by the Mozart family. When you visit the Old Town, don't miss the Capuchin Monastery, the well-known Mozart Square, and the Italian baroque Kajetan Church, with its expansive, opulent façade.

Go past the medieval Steingasse Road, the Museum of Modern Art, the House of Nature Museum, and the courtroom. See the little St. Blasius Church, one of the city's oldest structures, and the Getreidegasse, the birthplace of Mozart. Explore Salzburg's more reflective side with a visit to the Horse Pond, the Stiegl World of Brewing Museum, the historic Sigmund's Gate, the Great Festival Hall, and the onion-domed St. Peter's Abbey.

Admire the majestic Hohensalzburg Castle, which towers over the city from the summit of mount Festungsberg, as well as the Leopoldskron Palace, which served as the Von Trapp family's residence in The Sound of Music. Visit the Hellbrunn Palace, home to the gazebo from The Sound of Music, and the Freisaal Palace, one of Salzburg's hidden gems. The Frohnburg Palace, Nonnberg Abbey, Mozart's house, and the majestic Mirabell Palace are all passed by the bus.

Tour Beginning/Ending Location: City Centre **Guests must travel on their own to the meeting location, which is 0–2 km from the hotel.

Day 2: Excursion To Hallstatt

After breakfast, get ready for your afternoon trip to Hallstatt.

After enjoying a lovely drive through the Salzkammergut, wander to the Muhlbach Waterfall.

Prepare yourself for a fun-filled tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hallstatt.

We will set out on a magnificent ride to Hallstatt, the "Pearl of Salzkammergut," passing by quaint little towns en route, following an introduction with the guide in Salzburg. Upon arrival at Hallstatt, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. The baroque-style houses that border the seashore and the reflected mountain peaks in the water enhance the attractiveness of this unspoiled environment.

Ride the mountain train up to the world's oldest salt mine entrance for views of Hallstatt and information on its 7,000-year history of salt mining. Take a stroll around the lake on your way to Muhlbach Waterfall to see the houses that cling to the mountainside. See the Bone House, which offers an insight into local family life and is situated behind the Catholic church, if you want to learn everything there is to know about Hallstatt.

After traveling via Abtenau and Russbach, return to Gosau Lake, which is well-known for its breathtaking views of the Dachtsein Mountains, for a tour that ends like a postcard.

Tour Time: Approximately 5.5 Hours

Tour starting and ending points: City Center

The meeting point, which is roughly 0–3 kilometers from the hotel, is where the tour will start. Visitors are required to make their own way to the meeting site. For an extra charge, transportation from your hotel to the meeting place can be arranged if needed.

Day 3: Salzburg To Innsbruck (Approx 2 Hr 30 Mins) & Swarovski Crystal World

After breakfast, head to the train station to take a train to Salzburg by checking out of the accommodation. Go to the hotel to check in when you get there.

If the hotel is less than 1 km from the train station, transportation is included. Otherwise, A transport fee will be applied if the distance is greater than 1 KM.

We will continue to Swarovski Crystal World after refueling.

Founded by Daniel Swarovski in the Austrian hamlet of Wattens in 1895, Swarovski has expanded to become the world's leading manufacturer of precision-cut crystal. Furthermore, Daniel Swarovski's fourth and fifth generational descendants are still managing Swarovski as a family business, more than 125 years later.

The multimedia artist André Heller created 17 underground Chambers of Wonder for Swarovski Crystal Worlds that are devoted to the varied artistic interpretation of the material crystal. As a result, each visit yields a completely new experience and a world of discoveries.

Children may explore a play tower, go through a hedge maze, and ride a carousel that would go well with any pretend palace. After partaking in the enjoyable activities, adults are encouraged to explore the neighboring Roman remains or admire the stunning majesty of the Alps from an observation platform.

But the highlight of every journey to the park is, “The Giant”. A waterfall carved into the mountainside and spilling from the giant's jaws hides an entrance to the Chambers of Wonder. There are original pieces created by renowned artists from all around the world in 17 rooms. The Chandelier of Grief, a room lined with mirrors and a revolving crystal chandelier that creates strange light displays and ominous shadows, is one of the main attractions. Another amazing experience is the recently translated chamber "Silent Light," a literary artwork with real snow and -10°C temps.

*Participants would make their way from the hotel to the meeting spot. Transportation from the hotel to the meeting location can be arranged with some additional charges. However, you are required to bring it up at the time of reservation.

Day 4: Innsbruck To Zurich (Approx 3 Hrs 30 Mins)

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and make your way to the train station to catch the Innsbruck train. Go to the hotel to check in when you get there. The night is yours to relax or explore.

** The transfer is covered if the hotel is located less than one kilometer from the train station. There will be an additional fee for the transfer if the distance is more than one kilometer.

Day 5: Rhine Falls & Zurich City Tour

Prepare for a tour of Zurich's lovely city after breakfast and prepare to fall in love with the Rhine Falls scenery.

Highlights: Visit Europe's largest waterfall and hear the thunder of nature: Niagara Falls

Take a cog-wheel train uphill to the Zurichberg neighborhood after exploring Zurich's medieval Old Town. Explore the magnificent landscapes of northern Switzerland, which are a veritable heaven on earth. This area is widely known for its vast vineyards and is near the German border.

Traverse the tranquil farming village of Marthalen to witness the distinctive frame residences in the area. Visit Schaffhausen later to witness the fabled 16th-century Munot Fortress. To finish the tour, arrive at the magnificent Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe. This amazing natural phenomenon will excite you.

Continue your journey to a great city - “Zurich”. Admire the National Museum's castle-like architecture, the Bahnhofstrasse's renowned shopping and commercial district, the Limmatquai's medieval Old Town with its breathtaking Lindenhof perspective, St. Peter's Cathedral's enormous clock face, and much more. It is not surprising that Zurich is one of the most alluring cities in Europe and has won the title of "City of Best Quality of Life" on numerous occasions.

Enjoy the exhilarating ride upwards on the cog-wheel railway that leads you to the magnificent Zurichberg neighbourhood. The majestic mansions that are reminiscent of bygone eras can be found here. The University and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where Albert Einstein studied and lectured, are two further attractions.

The evening is free to peruse local markets. Stay the night in a hotel.

Tour time: approximately six hours

Starting at 9:00 a.m.

Starting/finishing point of the tour: The meeting Point is between 0 and 3 kilometers from the lodging. (Please confirm the distance while making your reservation.)

The visitor would make their way from the hotel to the meeting spot. Transportation from the hotel to the meeting location can be arranged for an additional cost. It is best to discuss this while making the reservation.

Day 6: Departure From Zurich

Check out of the hotel after breakfast and head to the airport to begin your journey home.