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Visit some of Austria's most stunningly beautiful summer time highlights, including Tyrol's capital, Innsbruck, the historic town of Rattenberg, the vibrant city of Salzburg and the stunnigly beautiful Lake Achensee.
Today you will arrive at the Hotel Strass, where you will stay for the next 7 nights. It boasts a fabulous location in the very heart of Mayrhofen and gives guests access to excellent 4 star facilities. The Sport Wing includes an extensive spa, wellness and fitness centre with state-of-the-art facilities. A large indoor swimming pool, a Finnish sauna, a Roman steam bath and an inhalation grotto are available for guests to use.
Culinary delights are offered in the hotel’s restaurants, where the experienced and creative staff will ensure that your meals are of the highest quality. Carefully selected ingredients and a well-stacked wine cellar are key to the Hotel Strass dining experience.
Your first day will see you take a trip to the historic Rattenberg, the oldest city in the Tyrol and also Austria’s smallest city with a population of around 400. Medieval buildings dominate the pedestrian zone here and displays of glass craft are on show in the town’s numerous shops. You have the option to witness some glass-blowing and glass engravers in the Kisslinger Glass Factory here.
From here you will visit the Achensee, the Tirol’s largest lake. This is an area of great beauty with its vast expanse of clear waters and lush greenery surrounding. The lake is loved by those who enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and of course watersports. Why not enjoy a trip across the lake in a steamship while you’re here- the perfect way to experience the outstanding beauty from the lake itself.
Today you will have a day to spend at your leisure. This is a great opportunity to explore Mayrhofen, the friendly and bustling main town of the beautiful Ziller Valley. The area is packed with Tyrolean culture and jaw dropping natural beauty is everywhere you look. There are plenty of cable cars in the area to take you to a higher vantage point where you can drink in some of the best views.
Or if you prefer to keep your feet on solid ground, take to one of the beautiful walking trails that lead you through alpine meadows and spectacular mountain terrain.
After breakfast, you will be picked up by coach to the enchanting city of Salzburg, home of world famous composer Mozart and the Von Trapp family from the Sound of Music. Meaning "Salt Castle", the name refers to its massive fortress and the white gold from the mountains in the South. This is Austria's most beautiful spot - as the locals will arguably claim.
The city's magnificent Baroque town centre is rated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site and can easily be explored by foot. On arrival, the city will be yours to discover at your own pace or, if you wish, you can book an optional city tour, which is accompanied by a local city guide. Your coach guide will provide full information on this. Later, you will return to the hotel by coach.
Enjoy another day to spend as you wish. This could be the perfect day to make full use of your hotel’s wonderful facilities. These include an excellent Sport Wing which consists of an extensive spa, wellness and fitness centre with state-of-the-art facilities. A large indoor swimming pool, a Finnish sauna, a Roman steam bath and an inhalation grotto all available to guests on their days of from excursions. You are welcome to indulge in a range of beauty and massage treatments on offer in the wellness area too, the perfect day to wind down after a fun-filled tour holiday.
A wonderful trip to Innsbruck is on the agenda today, which is the capital of Austria’s western state of Tyrol. Known for its wonderful juxtaposition of modern and traditional architecture, this city is a compact and unique gem. The Nordkette funicular, with its futuristic stations designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, climbs up to 2,256m from the city’s centre for those who want to get up to hike and mountaineer.
The city's ‘must-see’ attraction is The Goldenes Dachl, a landmark structure located in the Old Town section of Innsbruck. With its roof that was decorated with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles, it is considered the city's most famous symbol. There are a range of places to eat and drink in Innsbruck and you can’t wander too far without the temptation of coffee and delicious cakes. Enjoy taking in a slice of life here, before the coach returns you back to your hotel for the evening time.
Spend your final day at your leisure. Take a relaxed and laid back approach and enjoy strolling in the beautiful surrounds, taking in the mountain air and stopping for a drink or some food. If however you are still thirsty for more activiies, there are plenty of walking and hiking trails that are just begging to be discovered in this area. Or if cycling is more your thing, Mayrhofen has a wealth of choice of trails for all abilities allowing you to get amongst the natural beauty of the area and enjoy ront row seats.
Today you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred back to the airport.
This property is offered on a Half Board basis. Weekly Themed Evening Dinner is 4 course. Buffet breakfast is included.
Hotel Strass is a centrally located hotel right in the very heart of Mayrhofen. It offers excellent sport, wellness, beauty and health facilities on site and is ideally situated right next to the Penken cable car should you wish to take a trip up the the mountain on one of your free days.
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