Before there was Rome...there was Hallstatt, the location of the world’s oldest salt mine. The miners have been actively producing salt at Hallstatt since 5000 B.C.
To reach your destination, you will travel by train to Lake Hallstatt. When you arrive, you’ll be met by a boat that will transport... Read More
The capital city of Vienna is known for its world-class museums and rich architecture. Some of the most popular attractions are the impressive Habsburg sights, especially Schönbrunn Palace. It’s name means “beautiful spring”.
Prepare to be dazzled by the opulence of the 40 rooms of the palace, t... Read More
Explore the world’s largest ice cave that locals once believed was the gateway to Hell and so they refused to explore it. In 1879, a fearless scientist from Salzburg explored the cave and published a report about his discovery and how this ice cave system is over 27 miles. It was formed by an und... Read More
The 10:00 a.m. Mass is famous for its grand music from their choir and organ. When you enter the cathedral, you will be immersed in the Baroque architecture and art of the early 1600s. This is the only cathedral north of the Alps that has five, independent pipe organs. Enjoy the international lan... Read More
Discover why the Emperor Maximillian loved Innsbruck so much that he wanted to be buried there. So, he built one of the greatest, imperial tombs in Europe. During the last five years of his life, he became so obsessed with dying that he had his coffin with him wherever he traveled, along with dir... Read More
The historical part of the tour includes visiting the real locations from the life of Maria von Trapp and her family. Venture behind the scenes as you explore the original film locations where the Hollywood version of her life was filmed and became the most successful musical ever made. As you rel... Read More