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Internationale groepsreis Austrian Lakes Self-Guided Activities

Fabulous scenery and a choice of activities including walking or cycling
8 dagen vanaf € 1.749,- (excl. vlucht)

Food

  • All continental breakfasts and evening meals included.Austria is renowned for its wholesome, robust food and you will be thankful for this after a hard day’s skiing. Typically, you will be set up for the day by a breakfast of cold meats and cheeses, along with the traditional bread, jam and coffee. Austrians tend to eat heartily at lunchtime and less in the evenings; you will be well catered for at dinner. Local specialities include Wiener schnitzel (breaded veal cutlet) and various stews of beef and pork. Dumplings, potatoes or noodles are all regular accompaniments along with vegetables in a style similar to English cooking. Desserts are often fruit based - such as Apfelstrudel - or cream pastries. Rehrucken is a traditional chocolate and almond cream cake On average Austrians, drink twice as much coffee as beer. There are many different types to choose from, particularly in the larger towns and cities and are often drunk in specialist coffee houses, known locally as a Kaffeehaus. It is often served in large cups and finished off with a healthy dose of whipped cream.Austrian wines tend to be sweet white varieties, similar to German Mosel wines. The three best-known areas for producing white wines are Krems, Klosterneuburg and Gumpoldskirchen. The main red wine producing area is Voslau. Of course Austria is better known for its beer and you will find a wide variety of local brews. The best known are Gösser and Augustiner Brau and come in light or dark forms.
  • All continental breakfasts and evening meals included. Austria is renowned for its wholesome, robust food and you will be thankful for this after a hard day’s skiing. Typically, you will be set up for the day by a breakfast of cold meats and cheeses, along with the traditional bread, jam and coffee. Austrians tend to eat heartily at lunchtime and less in the evenings; you will be well catered for at dinner. Local specialities include Wiener schnitzel (breaded veal cutlet) and various stews of beef and pork. Dumplings, potatoes or noodles are all regular accompaniments along with vegetables in a style similar to English cooking. Desserts are often fruit based - such as Apfelstrudel - or cream pastries. Rehrucken is a traditional chocolate and almond cream cake On average Austrians, drink twice as much coffee as beer. There are many different types to choose from, particularly in the larger towns and cities and are often drunk in specialist coffee houses, known locally as a Kaffeehaus. It is often served in large cups and finished off with a healthy dose of whipped cream. Austrian wines tend to be sweet white varieties, similar to German Mosel wines. The three best-known areas for producing white wines are Krems, Klosterneuburg and Gumpoldskirchen. The main red wine producing area is Voslau. Of course Austria is better known for its beer and you will find a wide variety of local brews. The best known are Gösser and Augustiner Brau and come in light or dark forms.

Activities

  • Mixed-Activity
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Cycling
  • New Cycling Holidays
  • New Walking Holidays
  • New Mixed-Activity Holidays
  • Self-Guided Walking
  • Self-Guided Cycling
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8 dagen vanaf € 1.749,-

Route 8 daagse fietsvakantie Austrian Lakes Self-Guided Activities

Combine glorious Alpine panoramas with a wide range of activities, and you have the perfect ingredients for a fun-filled family holiday. You stay in the picturesque Austrian village of Strobl, on the eastern shore of Lake Wolfgang, and one of the prettiest spots in the region. During your time here we provide a wide selection of fully researched self-guided walking and cycling routes, typically at 1-boot / 1-cycle level. To ensure total flexibility, we give you a complimentary Headwater bike for your exclusive use throughout your stay. There's also excellent local bus, ferry and cable car services (payable locally) linking the local lakes and villages. 

  1. Dag 1 - ARRIVE IN STROBL
  2. Dag 2 - Cycle Bad Ischl to Strobl  16KM (10MI)
  3. Dag 3 - CYCLE TO ST GILGEN 
  4. Dag 4 - CYCLE/WALK TO ST WOLFGANG 15KM/9.5MI (CYCLE) OR 16KM/10MI (WALK)  
  5. Dag 5 - FREE DAY EXPLORING SALZBURG
  6. Dag 6 - CYCLE TO LAKE NUSSEN
  7. Dag 7 - CYCLE OR WALK TO LAKE SCHWARZEN 22KM/14MI (CYCLE) OR 14KM/9MI (WALK)
  8. Dag 8 - LEAVE STROBL
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