Austria and the Tyrol All Inclusive


Travel by Coach
2 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy superb Tyrolean scenery
  • Explore Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol
  • Discover charming Salzburg
  • Great value inclusive package in Kirchberg

Breathtaking mountain peaks and lush green valleys, combined with wonderful hospitality make this an ideal gateway from which to discover the spectacular Tyrol and the beautiful cities of Salzburg and Innsbruck.

Staying in the popular village of Kirchberg, you can relax and enjoy the scenic surroundings, as well as our great value inclusive package.

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Day One: UK to Belgium
Across to Calais, then on to Germany, for our overnight tonight.

Day Two: Belgium to Kirchberg
This morning our journey continues to arrive in Kirchberg for a four night stay. (B,D)

Days Three to Five: Kirchberg
A chance to relax in the mountain resort of Kirchberg, with two included excursions to Innsbruck and Salzburg. (B,L,D)

Day Six: Kirchberg to Belgium
We leave Kirchberg and make our way to Belgium for our final overnight stay (B,D)

Day Seven: Belgium to UK
We make our way back to Calais, and then onward home (B)

B,L,D : Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Extras included on this holiday

FREE drinks daily between 9am-10pm and 4 packed lunches in Kirchberg

Enjoy FREE house wine, draught beer, soft drinks, tea, coffee and mineral water daily between 09.00-22.00, plus four packed lunches in Kirchberg

Hotel Lifthotel

Proudly run by the Aschaber family, the Tyrolean-style Lifthotel is set on the edge of the lively village of Kirchberg, with its variety of restaurants, bars, cafés and shops.

Rooms at this hotel

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Innsbruck

A charming city and the capital of the Tyrol, Innsbruck is surrounded by the high Alps and is a fantastic place to visit. It has plenty of charm thanks to its impressive architecture, including the splendid Golden Roof landmark, which dates from 1500 and was built for Emperor Maximilian I when he married Bianca Maria Sforza. 

Alongside this, there are also a wide choice of shops and restaurants in the quaint Maria-Theresien Strasse, and other attractions include the Tyrolean State Museum, Innsbruck Cathedral, Ambras Castle and much more.


Full Day: Salzburg

The city of Salzburg makes for an excellent excursion, the city famous for being home to the Sound of Music. Enjoy the old town with its impressive fortress and cathedral, take time out to visit the house where Mozart was born or relax in the Mirabell Gardens.

There are numerous architectural styles to be found in Salzburg, including Romanesque, gothic, renaissance, baroque and many more modern styles. We’ll be able to admire this architecture throughout our visit, as well as exploring the city itself to see its many attractions.


Optional Excursions

Guided walking tour of Salzburg

Why not join our interesting guided city tour to make sure you see all the highlights of Salzburg? Our local guide with give an insight into some of the magnificent buildings, such as the impressive cathedral and tell us more about the city's history and attractions.


Half Day: Lake Achensee

Today we take a scenic drive to discover beautiful Lake Achensee, the Tyrol's largest lake, and often referred to as the 'Fjord of the Alps'. Take in the views as we drive to the lake shore, calling at pretty Pertisau and admire this stunning setting during our optional excursion today. 


Innsbruck Guided City Tour

To learn more about Innsbruck, and to take in even more of the splendid sights, we’ll also be able to join an optional guided city tour. This will give us greater insight into Innsbruck’s history, as our local guided will take us on a tour to see more of the city and learn about its landmarks and attractions.



Join our excursion as we cross the border to visit the beautiful town of Vipiteno in Italy. Take a walk along the pretty main street with its colourful buildings, with the majestic clock tower at one end and views towards the Tyrolean mountains at the other.