Summer in Stunning St Anton

The stylish resort of St Anton became the first truly international ski destination when the Orient Express transported the rich and famous to this winter wonderland. In the summer months St Anton is even more beautiful and is a great base from which to explore a number of neighbouring countries.

Kate says...
“The Hotel Arlberg has a great location in the centre of lovely St Anton, close to bars, shops and restaurants. The hotel also has leisure facilities making it ideal for a relaxing day in the resort.”
Day 1 Arrival
After our overnight stop, we continue our drive through Europe to arrive in St. Anton and check into our hotel. We will enjoy a welcome drink before a relaxing dinner in the traditional restaurant.

Day 2 St. Anton Driver’s Day Off
We will spend today at leisure in St. Anton where there is plenty to see and do. We can perhaps take a ride on a cable car to enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains, which are simply breathtaking and illustrate the village’s immense popularity in the winter with skiers.

Day 3 Lake Constance 225km/140 mile round trip
After breakfast we make our way to Bregenz, framed by impressive mountain chains and nestled by Lake Constance. There is time to enjoy and explore the medieval centre of the city and see the landmark baroque onion spire of St. Martin’s tower before continuing a short distance around the shores of Lake Constance to the town of Lindau. This historic town is actually an island brimming with Medieval and half-timbered buildings.

Day 4 Silvretta Pass 148km/92 mile round trip
Today we make a journey over one of the most beautiful Alpine passes, the Silvretta Pass, which travels round more than 30 hairpin bends. We ascend to the Silvretta Reservoir, from where we can view Piz Buin, the highest mountain in Vorarlberg. The scenery on this high road is simply unforgettable and a real highlight of the holiday.

Operator note: Tolls applicable on Silvretta Pass.

Day 5 Liechtenstein & Arosa Bahn 305km/190 mile round trip
We head westwards to one of the smallest countries in Europe today, Liechtenstein. We stop in the capital Vaduz, where there will be the opportunity to visit the Liechtenstein National Museum, which gives a fascinating insight into the history of this little country. We continue our journey to Chur, where we join the Arosa Bahn. This lovely mountain railway takes us from the bustling town of Chur to Arosa, climbing a thousand metres in just 26 kilometres around tight curves and steep inclines.

Day 6 Departure
It is time to bid farewell to our hosts and begin our journey home.
Legend

Hotel Arlberg

St. Anton am Arlberg, Tyrol
AAA+ Central Location No Single Supplement for Single Rooms
The 4 star Hotel Arlberg is centrally located in St.Anton. Many of the 75 bedrooms have a balcony and all are a good size, traditionally furnished and equipped with TV and hairdryer. The large bar and lounge is comfortably furnished and offers a warm atmosphere. The stylish and traditional restaurant is bright and airy, serves home cooked food and provides great service. The hotel’s leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, Turkish steam bath and sauna (steam bath and sauna open twice a week). Please note there are 4 steps to enter the hotel. Coach parking is in a public area approx. 1 minute walk from the hotel and is free of charge.

Hotel Arlberg

St Anton am Arlberg, Tyrol
5 Nights Half Board
June - September 2018
(Selected Dates)
Twin from £282pp to £296pp
No Single Supplement (max 7, incl. driver)

Inclusions
• Return short sea crossing
• Porterage
• Welcome glass of white wine with elderberry juice on arrival
• 3 course set menu on arrival night
• 3 course menu with choice of main on 3 nights
• 3 course farmer’s buffet on 1 night
• Tea/coffee after dinner
• 1 return cable car journey per person
Call to tailor this tour 01732 879191
Click to get a quote Request a call back

Prices starting from...

£282 for 6 days

» view pricing & inclusions

Features of this tour


  • 1 return cable car journey per person