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Wheelchair Accessible Austria

Old World Christmas Markets

 

Wheelchair Accessible Austria


Our spectacular, wheelchair accessible, alpine adventure, explores the highlights of Austria's predominantly mountainous regions.

Surrounded by eight countries, (Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia) Austria is the ideal location for explorations of Central Europe.

Our Austrian programs include:
- Wheelchair Accessible hotels
- Self drive or chauffeur driven vehicles
- Wheelchair accessible vans
- English speaking guides
- Prereserved concert & theater tickets

Acessible Austria
We specialize in accessible travel planning to Austria for:
General tourism
Family oriented vacations
Family Reunions & Ancestral Visits
Outdoor sporting and adventure holidays
Music, musicians and composers
Gastronomy, pastry & coffee
Castles & Imperial Austrian Heritage
Collections for collectors

Wheelchair Accessible Austria

Day 1, Arrive Munich
Arrive at Munich Airport clear German Immigration and Customs. Your rental car is handed over to you at the airport by our agent and you drive into Munich. In Munich, check into your centrally located hotel where a pre-reserved, accessible room awaits you. The balance of the afternoon is for independent activities. The capital of Bavaria (Munich) is home to Germany's finest museums and is Germany's second most popular destination, after Berlin Overnight Munich.

Day 2, Munich Orientation Tour
Meet your English speaking guide in the hotel lobby after breakfast for a full day, private tour of our favorite choices in Munich. After a day of sightseeing with your guide, the balance of the evening is for independent activities. Overnight Munich.

Day 3, Munich to Fussen to Innsbruck
Drive 80 miles to Fussen an tour Neuschwanstein, the legacy of Mad King Ludwig II. Drive another 70 miles to Innsbruck. In Innsbruck, check into your centrally located hotel where a pre-reserved, accessible room awaits you. The balance of the afternoon is for independent activities. At the intersection of the north-south and east-west highways through the Alps, Innsbruck has always been famous. For visitors to Innsbruck there's an abundance of mountains, plenty of fresh air, and enough breathtaking alpine scenery to fill the hearts of any nature lover. Overnight Innsbruck.

Day 4, Innsbruck Orientation tour
Meet your English speaking guide in the hotel lobby after breakfast for a full day, private tour of the Altstadt (the Old Town). The Altstadt can only be appreciated on foot since after 10:30 AM it's exclusively pedestrian traffic. Overnight Innsbruck.

Day 5, Day trip to Oberammergau
Drive 45 miles to visit the site of the Passion Play. Day to explore . Overnight Innsbruck.

Day 6, Innsbruck to Salzburg
Drive 120 miles to Salzburg. In Salzburg check into your centrally located hotel where a pre-reserved, accessible room awaits you. The balance of the day and evening is for independent activities. The "heart of the heart of Europe" rests along the Salzach River with a beautiful mountain backdrop. "The city of Mozart" and the setting of "The Sound of Music," has a worldwide reputation for well preserved 17th & 18th century houses. Overnight Salzburg.

Day 7, Orientation tour in Salzburg
Meet your English speaking guide in the hotel lobby at 9:0 AM for a morning tour of historic Salzburg. After lunch (lunch not included) your have a private Sound of Music tour with your guide.
Overnight Salzburg.

Day 8, Independent day in Salzburg
Explore Salzburg on your own. We suggest a return visit to the old city with its slender, narrow, houses from the Middle Ages. Overnight Salzburg.

Day 9, Salzburg to Vienna
Drive 180 miles to Vienna. In Vienna, check into your centrally located hotel where a pre-reserved, accessible room awaits you. The balance of the day and evening is for independent activities. Vienna is a city of music, cafes, waltzes, parks, art, poetry and pastries. It's also the home of the Wurstelstand, (street corner venders) who sell frankfurters, bratwurst, and other Austrian sausages, on a roll and mit senf (with mustard). Our favorite is the Kaserkrainer, (fat hot dog filled with tasty cheese)
. Overnight Vienna.

Day 10, Guided tour in Vienna
Meet your English speaking guide in the hotel lobby after breakfast for a full day guided tour of Vienna. After your tour, the balance of the day is for independent activities.
Overnight Vienna.

Day 11, Independent day in Vienna
Explore Vienna on your own. We suggest visits in the Inner City and Old Town. On the Karntnerstrasse, (main shopping street), enjoy the 11:00 AM ritual of coffee, then visit the Schonbrunn Palace. Or, visit the triple crown of Vienna's tourism: the Hofburg Palace Complex, the Spanish Riding School (Tuesday to Saturday) and the Vienna Boys' Choir. Overnight Vienna.

Day 12, Vienna to Munich
Drive 270 miles to Munich. In Munich, check into your centrally located hotel where a pre-reserved, accessible room awaits you. The balance of the day and evening is for independent activities. Overnight Munch.

Day 13, Munch departure
Return your rental car to our agent at the Munch Airport in time to allow added time for airport security. Filled with souvenirs and memories of your Alpine adventure you depart on your back home.


Classic Accessible Austria
Rates and Details

Our package includes:
Rental car (accessible van w/lift or luxury car) with unlimited mileage, basic collision coverage, and onboard GPS navigation system. Accessible accommodations, daily full-breakfast at your hotel, hotel garage parking fees. English speaking guides where noted, local and government taxes, administration fees in Austria and the USA.

Our packages do not include:
International airfare, passports and visas, travel insurance, admissions to attractions, gratuities to service staff, meals (except daily breakfast at your hotels), supplemental vehicle damage insurance, rental vehicle fuel, road tolls, maps, parking fees, fines, telephone and postage from outside the USA. Items not mentioned specifically in the itinerary, items of personal nature, unforeseen items outside the tour operators control.

Our rates
The price of your Austrian program is influenced by your choice of hotels (3 star, 4 star, 5 star) your dates of travel and the number of participants.

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Old World Christmas Markets

A holiday season never to be forgotten. Shop for Old World gifts and collect memories to share for a lifetime.

Visit the Old World Christmas Markets of Vienna, Salzburg, Budapest, Prague and Regensburg. Experience the magic of “Vorweihnachtszeit” (the time before Christmas) surrounded by the atmosphere of gingerbread, Tannenbaum, festive booths filled with handicrafts, apple strudel, and hot mulled Gluehwine.

We include a morning tour of each city with an English speaking guide, then devote the afternoon and evening to shopping in the Old World Christmas Markets of legendary places like Salzburg, the Silent Night Village of Oberndorf, Vienna, Budapest, Prague, and the Bavarian Christmas market in Regensburg.

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