Our Austria holidays are a banquet of baroque splendour, snow-frosted mountains, soul-stirring music and irresistible cuisine. On our holidays in Austria you may visit Vienna, the capital; flanking the Danube, it has grand imperial palaces, magnificent squares and wood-paneled coffee houses, which make for perfect sightseeing. Highlights include the glorious Gothic cathedral, and immense, 2,600-room Hofburg Palace. Look out too for the gold-coated statue of Johann Strauss; this is the birthplace of the waltz.
Our Austrian tours also visit Mozart's birthplace, the romantic Alpine city of Salzburg, with its medieval spires, domes and turrets. Another delightful town to visit on your holidays in Austria is Melk in the Danube Valley, dominated by a hilltop fortress. Our Austria tours can also include charming Innsbruck, capital of the snowy Tyrolean region.
Experience the rich legacy of imperial splendour, which lives on in the architecture and atmosphere of these gracious cities.View Details
Admire the Alps from the Bernina Express and delight at lovely lakes and medieval towns as you traverse the heart of Europe.View Details
Enjoy plenty of time to discover the classical sights and sounds in some of Europe's most enthralling cities including Munich, Prague, Vienna, Budapest...View Details
Have you ever dreamed of spending your days strolling down the streets of Berlin, visiting old heritage buildings, including the Bradenburg Gate and the...View Details
This memorable Danube River cruise offers you the chance to indulge in the pleasures of river cruising and marvel at many scenic delights. Cruise the Danube...View Details
Admire some of Europe's most beautiful cities and enchanting landscapes on this leisurely cruise along the delightful Danube.View Details
Discover the great capitals, architectural treasures and idyllic winelands of the River Danube on this magical cruise showcasing Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest...View Details
After your cruise, why not stay on in Vienna for two extra nights? This magnificent city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001, so take this...View Details