Day 1: Arrival to Vienna, capital of Austria. Rest of the day at leisure and overnight stay.
Day 2: Visit the Hofburg palace - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Belvedere Palace - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. Stephen's Cathedral - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight stay in Vienna.
Day 3: Visit Prater park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wiener Riesenrad, a 64.75-metre (212 ft) tall Ferris wheel at the entrance of the Prater amusement park in Leopoldstadt, Kunsthistorisches Museum. In the evening, visit the Wiener Staatsoper - Vienna State Opera house - a UNESCO World Heritage Site for Classical Music Concert. Overnight stay in Vienna.
Day 4: Visit the Vienna City Hall - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Schönbrunn Palace and its gardens – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also visit Nachstmarkt - Vienna’s best-known market which has around 120 market stands and restaurants for a colorful culinary offering ranging from Viennese to Indian, from Vietnamese to Italian. Overnight stay in Vienna.
Day 5: Travel to Graz – Schlossberg, a tree-clad hill, and the site of a Fortress and the Clock Tower with a funicular railway going to the top – UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Schloss Eggenberg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the evening, enjoy Graz’s active nightlife in the old town near Karl-Franzens University, founded in 1585. Overnight stay in Graz.
Day 6: Visit Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape - a UNESCO World Heritage Site . 3/4 of the lake Neusiedler lies in Austria where it is known as Neusiedlersee and 1/4 is in Hungary known as Fertö. Enjoy cycling enthusiasts as well as birds. Overnight stay in Graz.
Day 7: Travel to Hallstatt – Visit the Hallstatt town on Lake Hallstatt in the mountainous Salzkammergut region. Visit Eispalast Dachstein, Treppe ins Nichts, Gjaidstein-the Hoher Gjaidstein - 2,794 m high mountain peak in the Dachstein Mountains in Upper Austria east. Above the Hallstätter Glacier- the largest glacier in the Dachstein Mountains, Hoher Dachstein - Gondola access & a suspension bridge are features of this glacial mountain with skiing & views, Hallstatt Skywalk "World Heritage View" - Set high above the ground, this lookout platform features panoramic views of the lake & mountains, Salzbergbahn Hallstatt. Overnight stay in Hallstatt.
Day 8: Travel to Salzburg - a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Visit the Hohensalzburg Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site by a funicular railway from Festungsgssse, Mirabell Palace - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hellbrunn Palace and its gardens - a UNESCO World Heritage Site (15 mins). Overnight stay in Salzburg.
Day 9: Travel to Salzburg – Visit Salzburg Cathedral- a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Residenzplatz - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sumptuous 16th-century square centering on a baroque fountain, used for music and sporting events, Getreidegasse - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - a busy shopping street in the historic Altstadt of Salzburg. Overnight stay in Salzburg.
Day 10: Visit Mozart's birthplace, Mönchsberg - a rocky plateau above Salzburg can be reached by lift, St Peter's Abbey. Overnight stay in Salzburg.
Day 11: Travel to Innsbruck – Visit the Herzog Friedrich Street - the Golden Roof, Tyrolean State Theatre, Imperial Gardens, Imperial Palace and the Court Church, Kaufhaus Tyrol Shopping centre on Marian Theresian Street. Overnight stay in Innsbruck.
Day 12: Travel to Innsbruck – Visit the 1,905 meter high Seegrube on the Nordkette mountain range. The Hungerburg funicular and the Nordkettenbahnen cable car station are next to Congress Innsbruck in the City Centre. In winter, visit the ski area, free ride park, children's park, ski school & ski hire, winter hiking path and the legendary Cloud 9 igloo bar. In summer, enjoy the meeting place for day trippers and sports enthusiasts, who hit the downhill trail or climbing area in a big way. Enjoy the zip-wire or stunning hiking opportunities. On the return, visit the Alpenzoo Innsbruck. Overnight stay in Innsbruck.
Day 13: Departure from Innsbruck, Austria.