This evening we’ll enjoy dinner in a restaurant, after which you can join an optional Mozart in Residence concert.
Salzkammergut, or the Austrian Lake District, is our destination today with our first stop St Gilgen, on the shores of Lake Wolfgang, where we’ll enjoy a boat trip.
After World War I and the dissolution of Austria-Hungary, the German nationalist and "German-Liberal" camp, which was fragmented into many splinter parties and factions, formed the largest group in the Provisional National Assembly of German Austria with 102 representatives, ahead of the Socialists and the Catholic Christian Socials.The centre has hardly changed since the times of Mozart.The famous Austrian composer was born here and during our tour we’ll visit his birthplace, now a museum dedicated to his works.The Third Camp was revived after World War II in form of the Federation of Independents and later the Freedom Party of Austria.Here are a few reasons why you'll be able to travel with confidence with Just You: You will be met at the airport by a dedicated Just You representative A friendly Tour Manager will host your holiday and make sure it runs smoothly We'll show you the must-see sights and some of the hidden gems too You'll always stay in a room of your own with no single supplement to pay Many meals are included, allowing you to dine with your fellow travellers You can join in as much or as little as you like - the choice is always yours All of our holidays are protected by ATOL or our financial protection insurance We'll help you take care of all your holiday essentials: find out more Begin your musical journey through Austria in ‘Sound of Music’ city Salzburg, where Mozart was born and medieval treasures lurk around every corner.
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However, from 1921 to 1932, it was the junior partner of the Austrian Federal Government, in a coalition with the Christian Social Party, Chancellor Johann Schober (in office 1921-22, 1930–31), although not a party-member, was considered to be close to the German nationalists.With the rise in support for the Austrian Nazi Party in the early 1930s, the Greater German People's Party lost numerous members to the Nazis and the paramilitary Heimwehr forces.The party did not have a strong organisation but instead was supported by people who were nationalistic but not generally involved or interested in politics.During the First Republic the party never won more than 17% in elections.Prices shown may vary according to departure date and are subject to change.
The full range of excursions will be detailed in your holiday information pack, sent approximately 15 weeks prior to departure.
By the way - look out for ‘Optional Excursion Packages’.
For some holidays we’ve grouped a selection of excursions into a package which means you can make a saving when you book in advance.
En route we’ll visit the parish of St Florian, renowned for the Augustinian Monastery boys’ choir, the Florianer Sängerknaben.
We’ll enter the monastery and at the end of our tour we’ll enjoy a live recital.