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Central Europe in Concert – Germany & Austria
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There are few places in the world that have had an impact on classical music that rivals this cluster of cities in the center of Europe. Home to Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss, Brahms, and beyond, there’s something in this brisk, Alpine air that sparks genius and lives in song. Explore your way from Munich to Salzburg to Vienna, exploring the great landmarks and historical homes to genius and theater in each city along the way. Like any great opera, this journey has three acts, and each movement inspires its own tempo and individual charm. Tempt yourself with an encore to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Either way, this journey will spin a song that you’ll replay in your mind for years to come.

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Your journey begins as you board your overnight flight to Munich. Upon arrival, you will be met by your guide and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy a welcome dinner tonight with your fellow travelers. Next day, set off on a half-day guided tour of Munich, and visit the most important places in the city, including the Church of Our Lady, the Great City Hall with its unique Carillon, the famous beer hall Hofbraeuhaus, the City’s former Olympic Ground, the magnificent Nymphenburg Palace and King Ludwig’s Horse Carriage Museum. Enjoy dinner tonight in a traditional Bavarian restaurant. EDEN HOTEL WOLFF.

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Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

This area sees a variety of festivals to honor the world-famous composers that came from the region. Our initial program is designed around the Salzburg festival in honor Mozart which takes place in July/August, but also during January, there’s a full week of special events in Salzburg to coincide with the date of his birth. While the best months to visit the area would be April-June and september/October, the trip can be offered year-round, and must coincide with the festival that is most desirable.