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Be enchanted by the picturesque landscapes of Austria and the fascination of the Habsburg dynasty.

Beautiful abbeys Melk and Göttweig with splendid views.

Discover charming baroque cities along the Danube.

Detailed Itinerary

Departure from Passau through Nibelungen Street that takes you through the natural heart of one of the longest valleys of the Danube. Halfway you will see the legendary natural wonder of the Schlögener Donauschlinge, where the Danube makes a 180° turn. The journey continues through Eferding Becken and then through the short and forested Engtal known as “the Linz Gate” until reaching Linz, a city full of baroque and natural wonders.

The day begins with a visit from Linz. In this city you can find many unexpected aspects of the Habsburg dynasty. The trip continues to one of the most beautiful baroque monasteries in Austria, the monastery of San Florian, if you wish, you can make a visit inside (not included). Then travel to Mauthausen and then continue your journey through the fertile alluvial plain of the Machland region to the golden city of Grein.

Meal: Breakfast

City tour. This medieval city is one of the most idyllic cities on the Danube. After the visit, continue the trip to the monumental palace of the monastery of Melk Abbey, a baroque jewel of world fame! Continuation of the trip through the Wachau valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, well known for its lush vineyards, fortified churches and legendary castles, until you reach the beautiful medieval city of Krems. Visit of the city.

Meal: Breakfast

Travel to the medieval city of Krems up to the imposing Göttweig Abbey, from here the great view of the Danube Valley is as impressive as the unusual architectural details of this abbey. Then continue your journey through a landscape of lush forests and a mosaic of fertile fields until you reach the magnificent Klosterneuburg monastery, which was the Habsburger residence. Finally the trip continues to the metropolis of the Danube, Vienna.

Meal: Breakfast

In the morning, city tour. Vienna is the cultural meeting point on the traces of the Habsburgs and the baroque fascination of the Danube. No wonder, since Vienna was the imperial residence of the Habsburg House for centuries. During the visit of the city, you will admire the Opera, the Hofburg Palace, the Parliament, the Town Hall and visit the Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburgs. Spend your free afternoon at your leisure.

Meal: Breakfast

At the agreed time, transfer to the airport.

Meal: Breakfast


. Accommodation and daily breakfast in all hotels.
. Transportation by car or minivan during he entire tour.
. English speaking driver-guide during the entire tour.
. Visits and excursions as mentioned.
. Admission the Abbey in Melk, Abbey in Göttweig (Mar - Nov), Monastery
Klosterneuburg and to the Schönbrunn Palace.


International airfares
Optional activities
Other meals, drinks, tips and other personal expenses or services not specified on the program
Personal equipment
Travel insurance
Voluntary tips for guides or drivers
Travel and medical insurance
Any items not mentioned as included


Hotel stay at 4 Star or similar.

Departure dates: daily.

Single travelers on request!

Prices subject to availability.

Min. 2 persons

Self Drive (without guide) Option available on request. (Terms and conditions will vary).

Enjoy a dinner and concert at Vienna Kursalon. Listen to the most beautiful operettas and piano concerts. Prices on request.

Program Touring / Guide

Private touring

Trip Highlights

Passau-Linz-Grein-Melk-Krems-Abbey Göttweig - Klosterneuburg - Vienna

Periodic Departure
01 Jan, 2024 to 31 Mar, 2025

2-3 pax
AUD 7,269 P P twin share
AUD 8,054 P P single

4-5 pax
AUD 4,983 P P twin share
AUD 5,768 P P single

6 plus
AUD 3,832 P P twin share
AUD 4,617 P P single

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