Vienna to Trieste
- Scenic route Vienna to Graz
- Sightseeing in Vienna
- Sightseeing in and around Graz
- Sightseeing in and around Ljubljana
- Optional excursions can be arranged
- 10 Days from £1,095pp
Series 4, Episode 2, Great Continental Rail Journeys. In this episode Michael Portillo travels the route of the Trans Alpine railway which was constructed for the Austro Hungarian Empire to link the capital Vienna with a sea port at Trieste.
Day 1 – To Vienna
Fly from London to Vienna and transfer by train for a 3-night stay at a 3* city centre hotel.
Days 2 & 3 – Explore Vienna
Free days for sightseeing. Amongst the famous sights are the Opera, National Theatre and the cathedral. We can organise an optional escorted tour if required. For evening entertainment take a ride on the famous Prater Wheel with views across the city.
Day 4 – Semmering Route to Graz
Leaving Vienna we head south by train to Graz using the Semmering route with its many bridges, tunnels and viaducts. Stay 2 nights in a 3* centrally located hotel. Rest of the day free for exploring the city.
Day 5 – Schlossbergbahn
Full day based in Graz to explore and ride the Schlossbergbahn. You can also take a bus to visit the Lurgrotte which are Austria’s largest caves.
Day 6 – To Ljubljana
Continue south by train on the only direct daily service to Ljubljana. Based here for 2 nights.
Day 7 – Explore Ljubljana
Free day based in Ljubljana to explore at leisure.
Day 8 – To Trieste
Leaving Ljubljana mid-morning by train we leave Slovenia and travel to Italy and the sea port of Trieste. Free afternoon to explore this city with its mix of grand and modern architecture.
Day 9 – By Rail to Venice
Transfer by train to Venice for an overnight stay.
Day 10 – Flight Home
Lunchtime flight from Venice back to London.
- Rail Tickets
- Vienna transport pass
- Accommodation in good quality hotels on a bed and breakfast basis
Price per person
From £1,095 per person sharing
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