You always wanted to see the marvellous cities Munich and Salzburg? This is your chance! Follow us in the footsteps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and enjoy Munich’s “Frühlingsfest”! Join us for our trip and spend an awesome weekend with great people in two wonderful cities. We will explore both Salzburg and Munich, try typical local dishes – like “Salzburger Nockerln” and typical Bavarian white sausages with mustard – and have an exciting time together. Of course, the nightlife must not be missed! We’re looking forward to see you at our event. :-)

From Saturday, 27th of April (meet-up around 8.30 a.m.) until Sunday, 28th of April (arrival around 7 p.m.)

Saturday, 27th of April
We will meet up at the main train station in the morning and take the train to Salzburg. On the way to the marvellous old town, you’ll have the chance to visit some impressive sights like the Baroque pleasure gardens in the heart of the city and the charming Dwarf garden consisting of 17 marble sculptures.
We’ll have some traditional lunch in the old town, followed by a guided walk through the old town of Salzburg, where you’ll discover the hidden gems of the city. As a matter of course, this not only includes Salzburg’s architectural cultural heritage but also a local culinary delight called “Mozartkugel” (Mozart ball). (Note: we’ll show you the original one, not the mass-produced one you can get in the supermarkets.) Afterwards, you can explore the city with your friends during individual leisure time.
In the late afternoon, we’ll take the train to Munich and move into our comfortably designed hostel in Munich’s city centre. After dinner, you have the opportunity to experience Munich’s buzzing nightlife and enjoy the free time.

Sunday, 28th of April
We’ll have a hearty breakfast in the hostel, followed by individual leisure time. At lunch time we’ll have a guided walk through the old town all together. After lunch, you’ll have the opportunity to participate at the “Frühlingsfest”, located at the world-famous “Oktoberfest” site. There you can try a pretzel or an excellent draught beer of one of Munich’s finest traditional breweries – and there’s so much more to much more to do and taste; just experience Munich’s customs and traditions to the fullest. Thumbs up for the international student that dresses up in traditional clothes (“Tracht”), i.e. Dirndl or Lederhosen.
In the late afternoon we’ll travel back home to Innsbruck.
(* The programme might be subject to slight changes)

What’s included?
- Transport from Innsbruck – Salzburg – Munich – Innsbruck
- Public transport in Innsbruck and Munich
- One overnight stay in a hostel (breakfast included)
- City maps of Munich and Salzburg
- Guided walks through the cities of Salzburg and Munich
- Entrance to Munich’s “Frühlingsfest” (pretty much like the “Oktoberfest” but in spring and it’s not so crowded ;-) )
- A night out in Munich

Base fee: 109 EUR
ESNcard discount: - 10 EUR
ÖBB Vorteilscard holder discount: - 13 EUR
VVT Land ticket holder discount: -17 EUR
Note: the ÖBB and the VVT discount may not be combined.

So if you’ve got an ESNcard and an ÖBB Vorteilscard, your fee is just 86 EUR.

Places are limited. First come, first served!
Please register via the following link:

Attention: your spot is only reserved after you’ve registered and paid for it - first come first served!

27/04/2019 - 08:30 to 28/04/2019 - 19:00