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Graz: Austria's Delicatessen

Despite its rank as Austria's second-largest city with 250,000 residents, Graz still delightfully and intimately introduces itself to visitors with its lovely historic Old Town made up of winding streets, squares and courtyards. Foodies will find themselves enthralled by countless restaurants, coffee houses, wine bars, inns and eateries that invite guests to sample delicacies made with regional products from the nearby Styrian culinary regions. Hailed as "Austria’s delicatessen", get a true taste of the city on a culinary walk starting at one of the bustling farmer’s markets. A real highlight on the gastronomic calendar is the Long Table of Graz alfesco dining spectacle (15th August 2015) where 700 guests are seated at decorated tables in the historic centre for an amazing 5-course meal with wine and musical entertainment.
Further information: www.visitgraz.com

 

Salzburg: Where World Heritage mixes with Contemporary Character

For a healthy dose of culture, Salzburg delivers on all of the finest fronts. Celebrated for its baroque architecture and as the birthplace of Mozart, this city offers all the historical splendours you'd expect from a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while also innovatively blending modernity. In 2015, Salzburg celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music, a film that is synonymous with the city. Plunge into the story with the Salzburg Marionette or The Sound of Music Musical at the state theatre, plus a visit to the Trapp Family Lodge. How's about The Sound of Salzburg Dinner Show, where you can join in the rousing choruses and enjoy a few of your favourite things from the film? You can also look forward to a special The Sound of Music Gala on 17th October 2015 at the famous Rock Riding School.
Further information: www.salzburg.info

 

Innsbruck: Alpine Urban Lifestyle

Innsbruck is a small city with an urban alpine vibe, nestled in the heart of the Tirolean Alps. But what makes this - the capital city of Tirol - such a great discovery? Strolling the streets in search of its special character, its flavour, you find a treasure trove of unique and stunning facets. The first thing you notice, however you arrive, are the sheer mountains that protect and surround the city and its sights, an almost loving embrace from the giant arms of mother nature. The second standout feature of the "Capital of the Alps" is its Old Town that oozes with character and imperial history, so wonderfully medieval and yet still in use every day.
Further information: www.innsbruck.info

 

Graz - Innsbruck - Salzburg: The Ultimate Round Trip!

Gourmet and modern art in Graz, World Heritage with a contemporary twist in Salzburg and a sporty city break in Innsbruck. Enjoy 7 nights in 4* accommodation with this Panorama Tours offer (3 nights Salzburg, 2 nights Graz and 2 nights Innsbruck), including breakfast and city passes: 24-hour Innsbruck Card (gives free entrance to all city sights incl. Swarovski Crystal World and public transportation), 24-hour pass to the Universal Museum Joanneum Graz and 48-hour Salzburg Card (free entrance to all city sights and public transport), with intercity train transfers. From £630pp.
Information and booking: office@panoramatours.com
Salzburg by Night © Salzburg Tourismus GmbH
Salzburg by Night © Salzburg Tourismus GmbH
Graz Rooftops © Graz Tourismus, Harry Schiffer
Graz Rooftops © Graz Tourismus, Harry Schiffer
Innsbruck Old Town © Innsbruck Tourismus
Innsbruck Old Town © Innsbruck Tourismus
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