Innsbruck to Salzburg Innsbruck
Price : £434
Category :
Self Guided
Country :
Austria
Tour Guide : Self Guided
Tour Grade : Moderate
Distance : 140m/225km
Tour Code : AR003
Duration : 6 nights

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Overview

When the snow disappears in the spring, head to Austria for a cycling holiday from Innsbruck to Salzburg as this beautiful region bursts into life.

Tyrol, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg boast lush green meadows, picturesque villages, and outstanding scenery thanks to the spectacular rivers and lakes, and they’re all waiting for you to discover.

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When the snow disappears in the spring, head to Austria for a cycling holiday from Innsbruck to Salzburg as this beautiful region bursts into life.

Tyrol, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg boast lush green meadows, picturesque villages, and outstanding scenery thanks to the spectacular rivers and lakes, and they’re all waiting for you to discover.

Starting in the Olympic city of Innsbruck, you’ll discover a truly tantalising trail through this outstanding area of natural beauty. With the famous ski jump linking the city with the great outdoors, this elegant hilltop hubris boasts the magnificent Hofburg, glittering fire-gilt golden roofs, and bountiful cafes and activities to sink your teeth into.

Along the way, you’ll also find yourself in awe at the Perle Tyrol – Kufstein to you and me – which is topped by an impressive fortress that was hotly contested by Tyrol and Bavaria for centuries.
Salzburg, where you’ll end your journey, is guaranteed to leave with a song in your heart. The city of Mozart’s birth is a haven for classical fans, and is just as famous for The Sound of Music. With concert halls aplenty and new sounds to enjoy wherever you go, there’s more to Salzburg than some give it credit for, however.

The mighty Festing Hohensalzburg offers a spectacular view over the city, and has been standing for over 900 years. One of Europe’s biggest, best preserved castles, it’s but a short jaunt away from the city centre.

So what are you waiting for? We’ve only just got started…

  • Tour departures on Saturdays and Sundays

  • Lush green meadows, picturesque villages, spectacular rivers and lakes combine to create outstanding scenery

  • The Olympic city and capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg;

The Trip

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Itininerary:

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Day 1: Arrival in Innsbruck

Day 2: Innsbruck – Strass: 44 km

Day 3: Strass – Kufstein: 40 km

Day 4: Kufstein – Kirchdorf/St. Johann: 45 km

Day 5: Kirchdorf/St. Johann – Bad Reichenhall: 48 km

Day 6: Bad Reichenhall – Salzburg: 48 km

Day 7: Salzburg

Day 1: Arrival in Innsbruck

Get your bearings in this charming city, and sample its local delights, while you prepare to cycle over 40km for five days in a row however you see fit.

Day 2: Innsbruck – Strass: 44 km

Check out the old city centre, including its fabulous Goldenes Dachl, before you leave through the Olympic Village on your way to Wattens – where you can visit the Swarovski Crystal World. Afterwards, you’ll continue on to Schwaz, before arriving in Strass to rest for the evening.

Day 3: Strass – Kufstein: 40 km

With several castle en route to show you the way, you’ll discover Brixlegg and Rattenburg (the smallest town in Tyrol) before reaching the Kundler Klamm. From there, Wörgl awaits, before you discover the Pearl of Tyrol – Kufstein.

Day 4: Kufstein – Kirchdorf/St. Johann: 45 km

Riding into the somewhat hilly Kaiserwinkl from the Inntal Valley, we recommend you rest at the idyllic Walchsee before you tackle the imposing Tyrollean mountains on the way to Kirchdorf/St. Johann.

Day 5: Kirchdorf/St. Johann – Bad Reichenhall: 48 km

Sweeping into Salzburger County via Waidring, this wild, romantic place shows you the way to the popular mountain resort of Bad Reichenhall.

Day 6: Bad Reichenhall – Salzburg: 48 km

A refreshing stop awaits at the Watzmann Spa in Berchtesgaden, as well as the possibility of a trip to the nearby Königssee, before emerging at the stunning, turquoise blue Berchtesgaden Ache to the magnificent Hellbrunn Alley and its countless small castles. From here, you’ll make your way to Salzburg, and the end of your trip with us.

Day 7: Salzburg

If you’re looking to extend your trip, we recommend that you stay a few more nights in Salzburg to visit the historic birthplace of Mozart, Fortress Hohensalzburg, Mirabell Palace, and much more.

Route:

Accommodation

Deluxe:

Superior:
Very comfortable properties offering well appointed guestrooms and a wealth of facilities. Typically these tours consist mainly of 4 star accommodations with some 3 star.

Dates & Prices

Price Includes:

  • 6 nights 3-4* accommodation

  • Board basis: Bed and breakfast (mostly buffet). Half board option available which includes 3 course evening meal

  • Luggage transport between accommodation

  • Route description and maps

  • Personal tour information in Schärding

  • 24hr emergency assistance if needed;

Price Excludes:

  • Transport to and from the tour start and finish

  • Bus ride: Schärding – Innsbruck, daily departure at 2.30 pm, journey time approx. 5 hours

  • Bike hire

  • Cycle helmets


Bike Hire & Extras

Bike Hire:

Hybrid Bike Hirehybrid bike

Deore shimano: 27 gears available also with Nexus Shimano: 7 gears with pedal break

Electric Bike Hireelectric bike

The high-capacity battery is secured to the seat tube. Gears: Nexus 8-speed. Range: approx. 90 km (flat terrain, average speed).

Extras:

  • Extra night in Salzburg 4* B&B

  • Extra night in Innsbruck 4*

  • Bus transfer Salzburg to Innsbruck (you can book this at the beginning or end of your holiday)

Getting There & Back

Getting There:

The most accessible airport is Innsbruck

From Innsbruck airport get a taxi to your hotel.

Getting Home:

The most accessible airport is Salzburg

From your hotel in Salzburg get a taxi to Salzburg airport.

Price : £434
Category :
Self Guided
Country :
Austria
Tour Guide : Self Guided
Tour Grade : Moderate
Distance : 140m/225km
Tour Code : AR003
Duration : 6 nights

Book Now

Overview

When the snow disappears in the spring, head to Austria for a cycling holiday from Innsbruck to Salzburg as this beautiful region bursts into life.

Tyrol, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg boast lush green meadows, picturesque villages, and outstanding scenery thanks to the spectacular rivers and lakes, and they’re all waiting for you to discover.

Read More

When the snow disappears in the spring, head to Austria for a cycling holiday from Innsbruck to Salzburg as this beautiful region bursts into life.

Tyrol, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg boast lush green meadows, picturesque villages, and outstanding scenery thanks to the spectacular rivers and lakes, and they’re all waiting for you to discover.

Starting in the Olympic city of Innsbruck, you’ll discover a truly tantalising trail through this outstanding area of natural beauty. With the famous ski jump linking the city with the great outdoors, this elegant hilltop hubris boasts the magnificent Hofburg, glittering fire-gilt golden roofs, and bountiful cafes and activities to sink your teeth into.

Along the way, you’ll also find yourself in awe at the Perle Tyrol – Kufstein to you and me – which is topped by an impressive fortress that was hotly contested by Tyrol and Bavaria for centuries.
Salzburg, where you’ll end your journey, is guaranteed to leave with a song in your heart. The city of Mozart’s birth is a haven for classical fans, and is just as famous for The Sound of Music. With concert halls aplenty and new sounds to enjoy wherever you go, there’s more to Salzburg than some give it credit for, however.

The mighty Festing Hohensalzburg offers a spectacular view over the city, and has been standing for over 900 years. One of Europe’s biggest, best preserved castles, it’s but a short jaunt away from the city centre.

So what are you waiting for? We’ve only just got started…

  • Tour departures on Saturdays and Sundays

  • Lush green meadows, picturesque villages, spectacular rivers and lakes combine to create outstanding scenery

  • The Olympic city and capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg;

The Trip

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Itininerary:

Expand Full Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Innsbruck

Day 2: Innsbruck – Strass: 44 km

Day 3: Strass – Kufstein: 40 km

Day 4: Kufstein – Kirchdorf/St. Johann: 45 km

Day 5: Kirchdorf/St. Johann – Bad Reichenhall: 48 km

Day 6: Bad Reichenhall – Salzburg: 48 km

Day 7: Salzburg

Day 1: Arrival in Innsbruck

Get your bearings in this charming city, and sample its local delights, while you prepare to cycle over 40km for five days in a row however you see fit.

Day 2: Innsbruck – Strass: 44 km

Check out the old city centre, including its fabulous Goldenes Dachl, before you leave through the Olympic Village on your way to Wattens – where you can visit the Swarovski Crystal World. Afterwards, you’ll continue on to Schwaz, before arriving in Strass to rest for the evening.

Day 3: Strass – Kufstein: 40 km

With several castle en route to show you the way, you’ll discover Brixlegg and Rattenburg (the smallest town in Tyrol) before reaching the Kundler Klamm. From there, Wörgl awaits, before you discover the Pearl of Tyrol – Kufstein.

Day 4: Kufstein – Kirchdorf/St. Johann: 45 km

Riding into the somewhat hilly Kaiserwinkl from the Inntal Valley, we recommend you rest at the idyllic Walchsee before you tackle the imposing Tyrollean mountains on the way to Kirchdorf/St. Johann.

Day 5: Kirchdorf/St. Johann – Bad Reichenhall: 48 km

Sweeping into Salzburger County via Waidring, this wild, romantic place shows you the way to the popular mountain resort of Bad Reichenhall.

Day 6: Bad Reichenhall – Salzburg: 48 km

A refreshing stop awaits at the Watzmann Spa in Berchtesgaden, as well as the possibility of a trip to the nearby Königssee, before emerging at the stunning, turquoise blue Berchtesgaden Ache to the magnificent Hellbrunn Alley and its countless small castles. From here, you’ll make your way to Salzburg, and the end of your trip with us.

Day 7: Salzburg

If you’re looking to extend your trip, we recommend that you stay a few more nights in Salzburg to visit the historic birthplace of Mozart, Fortress Hohensalzburg, Mirabell Palace, and much more.

Route:

Accommodation

Deluxe:

Superior:
Very comfortable properties offering well appointed guestrooms and a wealth of facilities. Typically these tours consist mainly of 4 star accommodations with some 3 star.

Dates & Prices

Price Includes:

  • 6 nights 3-4* accommodation

  • Board basis: Bed and breakfast (mostly buffet). Half board option available which includes 3 course evening meal

  • Luggage transport between accommodation

  • Route description and maps

  • Personal tour information in Schärding

  • 24hr emergency assistance if needed;

Price Excludes:

  • Transport to and from the tour start and finish

  • Bus ride: Schärding – Innsbruck, daily departure at 2.30 pm, journey time approx. 5 hours

  • Bike hire

  • Cycle helmets


Bike Hire & Extras

Bike Hire:

Hybrid Bike Hirehybrid bike

Deore shimano: 27 gears available also with Nexus Shimano: 7 gears with pedal break

Electric Bike Hireelectric bike

The high-capacity battery is secured to the seat tube. Gears: Nexus 8-speed. Range: approx. 90 km (flat terrain, average speed).

Extras:

  • Extra night in Salzburg 4* B&B

  • Extra night in Innsbruck 4*

  • Bus transfer Salzburg to Innsbruck (you can book this at the beginning or end of your holiday)

Getting There & Back

Getting There:

The most accessible airport is Innsbruck

From Innsbruck airport get a taxi to your hotel.

Getting Home:

The most accessible airport is Salzburg

From your hotel in Salzburg get a taxi to Salzburg airport.

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