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From Germany to Italy, getting to know Austria!

Even though Germany is one of the richest countries historically, and has a very abundant and differentiated culture in each region, many travelers wish to include more than one country in their trip. However, adjusting a suitable itinerary to meet all the wishes of travelers, without making it tiring and taking advantage of the precious travel time in the best way, is a task that requires a lot of knowledge of the regions to be visited.

To help in this arduous task, we selected some places to be visited on a tour starting in Munich (Germany) and ending in Venice (Italy), and on the route passing through Austria.


Starting the journey, arriving in Munich, the traveler will have contact with the region where the most traditional German customs are found. Capital of the Bavarian state, in Munich, the traveler will find the breweries, biertgartens, and typical costumes known worldwide.

However, Munich’s attractions do not end there, with several options of museums with varied themes, from BMW Welt to art galleries, international brand stores, and regional restaurants to the acclaimed Michelin Guide stars.


Heading towards the Alps is the small Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a small town with a cozy atmosphere mixed with the charm of the Alps. The gastronomic scene of Garmisch-Partenkirchen deserves to be highlighted, with very pleasant options.

Another great attraction of the place is the proximity to the Zugspitze, the highest point in Germany, and its winter sports resorts, such as skiing.



Arriving in Austria, but still in the climate of the Alps. Innsbruck, a place where travelers find many options for ski slopes and winter sports.

In addition to train rides, tours revealing the culture of the Tyrol region, travelers will be able to visit the Swarovski Crystal World, a complex dedicated to the brand, with a museum, park, and other experiences.

Swarovski Crystal World.


Finally arriving in Italy, and beginning the final part of the tour with a splendid attraction, the Dolomites. Considered by many to be the most beautiful part of the Italian Alps, the Dolomites are an exuberant Italian mountain range, which has a very special characteristic.

Due to its constitution of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate rocks, when the sun’s rays reflect on its surface, it results in a pink and lilac color, also known as “Alpen glow”. Admiring this spectacle of nature live will make your trip even more special.



Considered the commune with the highest quality of life in Italy, Trento is a perfect destination for travelers who wish to have contact with nature. With countless options of trails, outdoor walks, among its valleys, lakes, and charming places, the traveler will be able to carry out many activities and experiences in this segment.

For those who want more urban activities, Trento offers museums, a historic center, a cathedral, and even a castle. Yes, in Trento there is the Castle of Buonconsiglio, with its origins in the 13th century, an unmissable attraction for lovers of these historic buildings.

Buonconsiglio Castle.


Closing the tour, the enchanting Venice. With its channels of great historical and cultural value, this last city in the itinerary will end it in a spectacular way. Venice had great economic importance in the medieval period, when its port, the largest in Europe at that time, was Europe’s commercial and cultural link with Asia.

For history and architecture lovers, this city is a real delight, with Gothic and Renaissance buildings, the Basilica of São Marcos is a jewel for the eyes, even if they are the most inattentive.

With so many channels, many bridges come, and from each of them, a new scenario opens, a corner with a restaurant, a cafe, everything can be observed and enjoyed.


On our private tours, all our itineraries are personalized and unique. Get in touch, we will be happy to prepare for you the perfect travel!

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