Hotel Weismayr, Bad Gastein
The Hotel Weismayr is a grand and elegant building from the outside and features interiors that are just as impressive. With spectacular views from every angle, the mountains that surround the hotel result in an incredible panorama. Between the welcoming staff, the sights and the cosy rooms, your stay here will be one you’ll never forget.
Hotel Features: All bedrooms with en-suite facilities, television, telephone, radio & hair dryer ● Bar ● Restaurant ● Café ● Spa Facilities ● Swimming pool.
A fantastic excursion to experience the beauty of Salzburg. Mozart’s city offers a breathtaking setting, with the castle high above the city of tightly woven alleys and pretty squares. Salzburg’s “Old Town” is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centres north of the Alps.
Zell-am-See & Kitzbuhel
Enjoy a full day of alpine scenery and villages as we visit the picture-postcard town of Zell am See, nestled by the glorious reﬂective waters of Lake Zell, together with the delights of Kitzbuhel, with its historic core, brightly painted houses and a backdrop of pasture-laden hills.
An excursion to picturesque Lake Traun. The Traunsee is a lake in the Upper Austrian part of the Salzkammergut and situated in the Eastern part of the region. Misspelling the name as “Traumsee” means “dream lake” and indeed, the Traunsee is a rather pretty piece of Austria. The surrounding landscape is very diverse, ranging from Alpine mountains to the smooth hills of the Alpenvorland, the stretch of land once shaped by glaciers during the last ice age.
St Wolfgang & Bad Ischl
St Wolfgang overlooks the Austrian lake Wolfgangsee, and frst rose to fame for a beautiful 14th Century church that still exists to this day. We also visit the charming small town of Bad Ischl at the foot of the Katrin Mountain, the best-known health resort in the Salzkammergut region, its cultural delights are many. Besides the Kaiservilla, the city offers several health spas and tourist attractions like the historic Kongresshaus opened in 1875, the new Kurhaus built by in 1932 as well as the former residence of Franz Lehár, that he acquired in 1912 and today serves as a museum.
European Holiday Insurance - tailored for you!
We require you to take out some form of holiday insurance when travelling on this holiday. You are able to purchase a travel insurance policy through National Holidays, further details are available by clicking on the 'Read more' link below. If you prefer, you may take out alternative holiday insurance but we will require you to provide us with details of the insurance policy and cover.
If you are a British citizen then you must bring your passport with you. If you are not a British citizen you should check via your own embassy whether you require a visa.
Please note: If you are travelling to Ireland, a passport is not required however we advise bringing a valid form of Photo ID such as a passport or a driving license.