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Munich, Salzburg & Vienna

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Highlights of Munich
  • Munich Bicycle Tour
  • Nymphenburg Palace
  • Dachau Concentration Camp
  • Freuenkirche
  • Neues Rathaus
  • Marienplatz Neighborhood
  • Alte Pinakothek
    or Deutsches Museum
Highlights of Salzburg
  • Hohensalzburg Fortress
  • Mozart's Birthplace
  • Bad Dürrnberg Salt Mines
Highlights of Vienna
  • Vienna Opera
  • Freud Museum
  • Schönbrunn Palace & Gardens
  • Stephansdom Neighborhood

Introduction

Since 2009 we’ve been offering all-inclusive international travel programs for students interested developing core travel skills while exploring some of the world's most interesting places as part of a small group.
Our programs focus on the students, constantly challenging language, navigation, collaboration, and budgeting skills with real world activities like acquiring maps, finding hotels, navigating public transportation, evaluating restaurants, and eating well while staying within a meal allowance.

Itinerary

Our exploration of these amazing cities includes time to appreciate the neighborhoods, cuisine, and culture of Germany and Austria, while students flex their navigation, budgeting, and German language speaking skills.
In Munich, students will gain an appreciation of the cultural contributions and the complicated history of the German people, while enjoying the best of Bavarian cuisine. Our journey continues to the Austrian Alps to visit the beautiful city of Salzburg and the surrounding countryside. We also visit Vienna, a city which contrasts the long history of the Habsburg Monarchy with a vibrant, modern atmosphere.
Day City Overview
1 Airborne Meet your Program Director for an overnight flight to Germany!
2 Munich Arrive in Munich and navigate to the hotel using public transportation. Explore the neighborhoods around Marienplatz, the Frauenkirche, and the Neues Rathaus.
3 Munich Bike tour of Munich led by Mike’s Bike Tours, followed by a visit to the Deutsches Museum or the Alte Pinakothek in the afternoon.
4 Munich Students visit the Dachau concentration camp in the morning, then Nymphenburg Palace in the afternoon.
5 Salzburg Catch an early train to Salzburg! Spend the afternoon exploring the old city and visiting the Hohensalzburg fortress and Mozart’s birthplace.
6 Salzburg Head to the nearby village of Bad Dürrnberg for a guided tour of the historic salt mines, followed by a short hike to the local alpine slide.
7 Vienna Travel by train to historic Vienna! Explore the neighborhoods around the Stephansdom and the Danube River, and enjoy a guided tour of the Vienna Opera.
8 Vienna Students visit the Freud Museum, then enjoy outdoor shopping and lunch at the Naschmarkt or the Prater amusement park.
9 Vienna Visit Schönbrunn Palace and the surrounding gardens, then return to the city to spend the afternoon enjoying the shops and parks of Vienna.
10 Airborne Flight from Austria. Auf Wiedersehen, Ôsterreich!