Munich to Vienna via Salzburg

Index of Munich to Vienna via Salzburg

The new Germany and Austria Guide

munich church of our ladyIn the heart of Europe are some of the most visited holiday destinations of the world. Bavaria and Austria attract every year an enormous number of visitors with their fascinating landscapes and sights. On the traces of kings and archbishops wonderful palaces, castles and churches can be admired.

munich-vienna-salzburg-mapThe impressive alps are all around and many lakes and rivers as the Danube invite tourists and locals for excursions. As a native I show you a wonderful route from Munich to Vienna with a visit in Salzburg. Here you find my personal insider tips for accomodations, route-planning, maps, and of course the most worth seeing sights.


Munich Germany

bavaria königsseeMunich in Germany is often described as “world city with a heart”, or even better as “world village”.The incomparable charm of munich lies in its small-town flair though beiing a world city, a feeling of holiday and “Gemutlichkeit”.Munich’s landmark are the two towers of the Church of Our Lady.




Garmisch PartenkirchenGarmisch Partenkirchen

One of the most beautiful cities south of Munich is Garmisch. Host of the Olympic Winter Games it attracts thousands of visitors every year. A must for every visitor .. more information on Garmisch here.



vienna stefansdomVienna Austria

Vienna the capital of Austria and is divided by the river Danube. The city with its impressive buildings of the former kings attract many tourists. The original coffeehouses in vienna are famous all over the world. The Stephansdom is the landmark of Vienna in the pedestrian zone.




salzbur citySalzburg Austria

A visit in Salzburg Austria, the Mozart–city is always a special experience. The beautiful town at the river Salzach connects a magnificent past with a lively present. You meet the heritage of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and mighty archbishops in Salzburg. The whole ancient town with its unique harmony had been declared as Cultural Heritage of the World in 1997.