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Festival Itinerary

The following is a sample itinerary for the Silent Night Festival and Tour. Accommodations will be provided in 3-star or better hotels and meals will include a breakfast and dinner each day. You will be escorted by one of our multi-langual tour managers. You will be on your own private deluxe motorcoach. 

Bavaria is considered to be one of the most beautiful regions in the world - especially during the Holiday Season
Depart for Germany


Overnight flight. Meals on plane.



Arrive Munich 


AM  Upon arrival at the airport you will be      

welcomed by your tour manager. Board coach and transfer to Salzburg.        


PM  Afternoon arrival – check into hotel. Orientation walk of Salzburg.


EVE Welcome dinner and overnight Salzburg.



Salzburg / Oberndorf


Full day Silent Night Music Festival and Celebration. 

Performance at the Salzburg Christkindlmarkt


PM Afternoon gather in Oberndorf for a special celebration of 200 years Silent Night.

Visit Silent Night sites optional per below 


EVE Dinner and overnight in Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria


Transfer to old Salzburg - The Sound of Music City and one of the most beautiful cities in Austria.


Morning guided city tour of Salzburg passing main sights and focusing on Silent Night sites including a visit of Mozart's Birthplace OR Salzburg Museum - You will see the Salzburg Cathedral in which W.A. Mozart was baptized and Joseph Mohr was baptized just hours after he was born. See the Steingasse, where Mohr grew up with his mother and three siblings. He attended the seminary on Makart Square. He attended the Academic High School, now housing the University of Salzburg with its newly renovated Large Auditorium. Joseph Mohr's autographs, proving that he wrote the poem "Silent Night" during his tenure as a cooperator in Mariapfarr, was not discovered until 1996 and is on display at the Salzburg Museum.


PM Afternoon visit of Hohensalzburg Fortress incluiding funicular, dominating the city and its Old Town. Surrounded by walls and dotted with towers and battlements, Festung Hohensalzburg is one of the largest and best preserved castles in Europe. The fortified castle was built in 1077, from its lofty position protecting Salzburg, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Take a guided tour around the palatial state rooms, Gothic torture chambers, lookouts and museum collections

EVE Performance at The Mozarteum.

Group dinner and overnight Salzburg.


Salzburg / Oberammergau


AM Breakfast at your hotel. This morning enjoy some free time Salzburg


PM Transfer to Oberammergau – 2 ½ -3 hour drive. Possible stops enroute.


EVE Group dinner at local restaurant and overnight Oberammergau.

Oberammergau / Silent Night Festival


Enjoy a full day in the beautiful small village of Oberammergau! Admire the intimate square, local cafés and the many woodcarving shops. Learn more about the history of this tiny village in the Heimatmuseum of Oberammergau.  Possible impromptu performance on the stage of the Great Passion Play


AFTEROON/EVENING PERFORMANCE AT THE Ammergauhaus.  Reception with drinks and snacks in the evening. Overnight in Oberammergau.


Oberammergau /
Neuschwanstein Castle


Morning departure to Munich. En route visit Neuschwanstein Castle. Seven weeks after the death of King Ludwig II in 1886, Neuschwanstein was opened to the public. The shy king had built the castle in order to withdraw from public life – now vast numbers of people came to view his private refuge. You will learn the story of King Ludwig's renowned and tragic reign, of his turbulent times, and of the obsession that drove him to build his fantasy castle in the mountains and ultimately destroyed him.


PM Continue to Munich and enjoy a guided city tour and time to visit the Christmas Market.


EVE Farewell dinner – possible at the famous Hofbrauhaus.

Depart for home


Transfer to Munich for your flight back home. 

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