Sample Itinerary
Classical Music Through Europe
See the sites of Europe's great musical capitals. This trip is crafted to have a good blend of musical history, the important non-musical places of interest, and free time for you to explore or shop at your leisure.

7 to 10 Days

Hotels from 2 to 5 Star

Munich to Bayreuth:

Our private deluxe motorcoach transfers us to Bayreuth, the home town of Richard Wagner. Sightseeing with local guide; visits include Haus Wahnfried (Wagner's residence), the Festpielhaus and the museum dedicated to Wagner's father-in-law: Franz Liszt.

Bayreuth to Leipzig:

Sightseeing with a local guide focuses on the life and times of J.S. BACH, whose family home (now a museum) is still located opposite the 'Thomaskirche', where he worked as a choir master. 

Leipzig to Prague:

Our motorcoach takes us to the 'Golden City' of Prague. Upon arrival our local guide will show show us the city, including the 'Hradschin' (Prague Castle), the Mozart Museum and Villa Bertramka, Mozart's residence.

Prague to Budapest:

Statues of Mozart, Beethoven, Verdi and Liszt greet you at the 1884 State Opera House in Pest. You'll also learn more about Franz Liszt, beloved Hungarian composer and piano virtuoso, and, if you wish, can visit the Franz Liszt Academy. Enjoy a performance at one of the city's premier concert venues. 

Budapest to Vienna:

Departure for Vienna, the world's capital of classical music. Sightseeing in Vienna, including Schoenbrunn Palace. We will visit various sights related to Schubert and Beethoven, plus Vienna's Central Cemetery, containing the graves of many of Vienna's great composers. 

Vienna to Salzburg:

Continuation to Salzburg by coach, two stops en route: the Benedictine monastery of St Florian houses Anton Bruckner's church organ, and a side trip to Lake Attersee takes us to one of Gustav Mahler's favorite 'hideaways'. Take a walking tour of Salzburg, naturally focusing on W.A. Mozart, entrance to his birthplace is included.

Salzburg to Munich:

Di Lasso, Wagner, Strauss and Mozart are just a few famous names tied to this city. In Munich, music lovers have the opportunity to listen to high-class soloists from all over the world every day. People are accustomed to enjoying musical luxury. In addition to top orchestras, other ensembles guarantee thrilling programs.