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Christmas in Salzburg

Itinerary: Day 1: December 23Check in to your Salzburg hotel in the early afternoon, and spend the rest of your day in the romantic Austrian city independently. Perhaps visit its outdoor ice rink or soak up the festive atmosphere with a warming hot chocolate inside one of the city’s legendary cafés (own expense).  Day 2: December 24, Christmas Eve  After a sumptuous breakfast at your hotel, your Christmas Eve is free for you to do as much or as little as you wish. The famous Salzburg Christmas Markets are open from 9am - 9 pm, so perhaps take a wander around the stalls, enjoying the aromas of mulled wine and gingerbread while browsing for last-minute gifts or gourmet food. Return to your hotel in the evening for your Christmas dinner. Austrians celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve rather than on Christmas Day itself, so get ready for a lavish feast! Courses served at each hotel vary, but expect a festive meal featuring hearty Austrian specialties like cheese fondue, ham and sausages with sauerkraut (cabbage). If your hotel does not offer a Christmas dinner, then head to Braurestaurant Imlauer – a rustic brewery-restaurant in the center of town. Drinks (in your hotel or at the Braurestaurant Imlauer) are at your own expense. Day 3: December 25, Christmas Day  Enjoy breakfast and then spend your day at leisure. While many of the city’s shops are closed, the main Salzburg sites are free from crowds, meaning it’s perfect for a leisurely stroll around the Altstadt. Maybe take a walk around its medieval squares and pose for photos in front of Salzburg Dom, the impressive city cathedral. Many cafés are open, so lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at your own expense in town. Experience the high tension with an international range of games and exciting events with great odds, as well as culinary delights at the newly renovated Klessheim castle - Casino Salzburg.    Day 4: December 26, Boxing Day After breakfast, walk to Mirabellplatz in the center of town, and then board your luxury coach to travel to the mountains just outside the city. In one of the pretty mountain villages, swap your mode of transport for a beautiful horse-drawn sleigh, and travel along the Salzach River valley, passing through many of Austria’s picture-perfect ski resorts. Head through Schladming, the town that hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, and then ascend the Steirische Ramsau mountain to visit Dachstein Glacier. Spend time at leisure in one of the mountain villages to explore and enjoy lunch in one of the local inns (own expense). Then, return to Salzburg, where your day trip finishes in the early evening. Enjoy dinner in your hotel or in town at your own expense.  Day 5: December 27  Check out of your hotel after breakfast

$831.27 Cultural & Theme Tours

Silent Night in Salzburg Christmas Package

Itinerary: Day 1: December 23 Check in to your Salzburg hotel in the early afternoon, and spend the rest of your day in the romantic Austrian city independently.  Day 2: December 24, Christmas Eve  After a sumptuous breakfast at your hotel, your Christmas Eve is free for you to do as much or as little as you wish. The famous Salzburg Christmas Markets are open from 9am - 9 pm, so perhaps take a wander around the stalls, enjoying the aromas of mulled wine and gingerbread while browsing for last-minute gifts or gourmet food. Take part on our Silent Night - Holy Night Tour at 15:00 hrs. Return to your hotel in the evening for your Christmas dinner. Austrians celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve rather than on Christmas Day itself, so get ready for a lavish feast! Courses served at each hotel vary, but expect a festive meal featuring hearty Austrian specialties like cheese fondue, ham and sausages with sauerkraut (cabbage). If your hotel does not offer a Christmas dinner, then head to Braurestaurant Imlauer – a rustic brewery-restaurant in the center of town. Drinks (in your hotel or at the Braurestaurant Imlauer) are at your own expense. Day 3: December 25, Christmas Day  Enjoy breakfast and then spend your day at leisure. While many of the city’s shops are closed, the main Salzburg sites are free from crowds, meaning it’s perfect for a leisurely stroll around the Altstadt. Maybe take a walk around its medieval squares and pose for photos in front of Salzburg Dom, the impressive city cathedral. Many cafés are open, so lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at your own expense in town.    Day 4: December 26, Boxing Day After breakfast, walk to Mirabellplatz in the center of town, and then board your luxury coach to travel to the mountains just outside the city. In one of the pretty mountain villages, swap your mode of transport for a beautiful horse-drawn sleigh, and travel along the Salzach River valley, passing through many of Austria’s picture-perfect ski resorts. Head through Schladming, the town that hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, and then ascend the Steirische Ramsau mountain to visit Dachstein Glacier. Spend time at leisure in one of the mountain villages to explore and enjoy lunch in one of the local inns (own expense). Then, return to Salzburg, where your day trip finishes in the early evening. Enjoy dinner in your hotel or in town at your own expense.  Day 5: December 27  Check out of your hotel after breakfast

$242.45 Cultural & Theme Tours

Hamburg Old Town 2-Hour Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

After meeting your private guide at St Michael's Church (Michaeliskirche), set off on a 2-hour walking tour of Hamburg Altstadt, the city’s handsome Old Town and historical epicenter. A former medieval settlement, Altstadt is bounded by the harbor and by a string of roads following the line of the old fortifications.Strolling through the quarter, imagine what the city looked like before the fires, demolitions and devastating bombings of World War II. Today Hamburg Old Town has a new face, marked by grandiose buildings, busy streets, towering churches and inviting canals and parks.Hear what life was like in Hamburg in the 17th century as you gaze out over the canals, waterways and old houses that line Deichstrasse, the oldest street in Hamburg. See the old grocers’ apartments and pose for photos by Alt Hamburger Aalspeicher, a 400-year-old house on a canal.The focal point of Altstadt is the Hamburg Rathaus (city hall), overlooking Binnenalster lake. Learn about Hamburg’s politicians and traditional practices here, and then find shopping galleries, museums, restaurants and a host of remarkable Renaissance buildings in the old market square.Finally, head to at a café near some enchanting 12th-century ruins. Sit down to enjoy a traditional franzbrötchen (sweet pastry) with a cup of coffee or tea (included in the price, if option selected). Then bid your guide goodbye.

$53.69 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Cocktailtour & Clubbing

Erleben Sie die Düsseldorfer Altstadt mit der "längsten Theke der Welt" und all ihren Highlights. Auf unserer Bartour erhalten Sie nicht nur eine Übersicht über die attraktivsten Lokalitäten und die angesagtesten Partys der Stadt, sondern Sie lernen auf der Tour die drei schönsten Bars in Düsseldorf kennen und können sich von den fabelhaften Cocktail-Kreationen selbst überzeugen.  Zusätzlich erhalten Sie über uns freien Eintritt in einem Club, der als Anziehungspunkt für alle Nachtschwärmer in der Altstadt gilt. Stilvoll in das Düsseldorfer Nachtleben zu starten, ist überhaupt kein Problem! Während der Tour erfahren Sie mehr über die Stadt und lernen die Geheimtipps zum Ausgehen kennen. Somit können Sie sich sicher sein, dass Sie an der perfekten Adresse landen. Als kleinen Gruß aus der Düsseldorfer Bier- und Trinkkultur darf unser beliebtes Altbier natürlich nicht zu kurz kommen. Deswegen stoßen wir mit Ihnen gemeinsam in einem der beliebtesten Brauhäusern auf einen unterhaltsamen und glorreichen Abend an.