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Bavarian Alpine Adventures

Fully Escorted Golf Tour

2 – 21 June 2019

20 days | 9 rounds of golf

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Olching Golf


Fully escorted, this tour delivers the magic and fairytale romance of Europe’s heartland visiting Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. Explore its snow-dusted Alps, fertile Danube plains and historic castles, where farmers yodel across flower-filled meadows and singing Bavarians in lederhosen serve up frothy steins in centuries-old beer halls.

Walking in the footsteps of royalty, you’ll play alpine, valley and resort golf at the region’s most spectacular courses, including Karlštejn Castle and Mariánské Lázně’s Royal Golf Club (Czech Republic); Olching, Golf Valley and Golf Resort Achental (Germany); and Berchtesgadener Land (Austria).

Immerse yourself in the “City of a Hundred Spires”, Prague; rejuvenate in Karlovy Vary’s geothermal springs; and see ‘a few of our favourite things’ at the iconic Sound of Music movie set in Salzburg. You’ll go yodelling in the panoramic Austrian Alps, view ancient temples along the Danube River, explore Kitzbuhel’s Krimml Waterfalls, and tour the Bavarian hotspots of MunichNon-golfing partners are well looked after with immersive tours visiting cultural attractions.

Stay on for an unforgettable tour of Budapest (Hungary), Bratislava, (Slovakia) and Vienna (Austria) — yes, you’ll visit five countries for the price of three! Join our experienced Go Golfing host for a breathtaking tour of Europe’s foremost centres of art, culture, food and wine.



DAY 1 |  Sunday 2 June 2019 | PRAGUE, Czech Republic

Enjoy a warm welcome into Prague Airport (PRG) followed by a scenic transfer to Jalta Boutique Hotel, located on the sunny side of Prague’s historic centre, Wenceslas Square. Named after Bohemia’s patron saint, this World Heritage site is adjacent to the National Museum and in easy walking distance to Prague’s captivating Old Town. After settling in, join the group for a welcome cocktail before taking in the stunning 8pm sunset and exploring the city nightlife.

Hotel: Jalta Boutique Hotel

DAY 2 | Monday 3 June | PRAGUE, Czech Republic

Tee off at Prague’s divine golfing gem, Karlštejn Castle, the former residence of many Bohemian kings. Roam the parkland course like royalty, admiring its rare flora and fauna amid an oasis of peace and calm. Named European Tour host in 1997, the regal course added 9 holes to complement its existing fairways, bunkers and ponds to challenge members and visitors alike.

Tonight, share your experience at our welcome dinner inside Prague Castle’s Villa Richter restaurant, enjoying traditional Czech cuisine.
Non-golfers: immerse yourself in a gastronomic and cultural day of exploration.

Insider’s tip: Must-try foods in Prague: Pernicky gingerbread; Trdelnik with ice-cream or Nutella; Bramboráčky potato pancakes; Moravian wine; soft Olomouc cheese; Czech beer (Prague is the home of Pilsner afterall!)

Hotel: Jalta Boutique Hotel (B, D); Golf

DAY 3 | Tuesday 4 June | PRAGUE, Czech Republic

Step out for a picturesque day admiring the City of a Hundred Spires, its palaces, churches and cobblestone alleyways. Visit the stunning hilltop fortress, Prague Castle, former seat of the Austrian Empire, now a World Heritage-listed site. Stroll across the world’s most spectacular bridge and Prague’s icon, Charles Bridge, whose Gothic statues of Catholic saints miraculously survived WWII. Find St. John of Nepomuk – his statue is said to bring good luck to all those who touch him!

After lunch at Strahovsky beer-tasting restaurant (included), you may wish to indulge in dessert and listen to Prague’s chiming medieval Astronomical Clock. Its memorable performance colourfully displays the time while showcasing the planets moving around the sun, Earth & moon. Tonight, you’ll be socialising on an elegant, private cruise along Vltava River onboard The Crystal, rated first-class for its cuisine, service and scenery.

Insider’s Tip: Czech Republic is renowned for pink porcelain, lead crystal and fiery Bohemian garnets. Unique to this region, Bohemian ‘granat’ was esteemed by Russian tsarinas for its blood-red colour and light-refracting qualities. Quite small in diameter (usu. less than 6mm), the key is to ensure you’re buying the real thing. Genuines can be sourced from Turnov locations at Dlouha 23, Na Prikope 23 and Panska 1/892.

Hotel: Jalta Boutique Hotel (B, L, D)

DAY 4 | Wednesday 5 June | MARIANSKE LAZNE, Czech Republic

We head to Karlovy Vary, hailed as ‘Jewel of the Bohemian Spa Triangle’ for its 13 thermal springs. Breathe in the mountain air for a refreshing kick before play commences at the prestigious Albatross Golf Course, home of the European Tour’s D+D Real Czech Masters. Known for its sleek modern clubhouse equipped with video swing analysis, HearthMath software and an ultrasound putting system, the tree-lined championship course is a stern test for players of all levels.

After golf, we take a scenic drive to West Bohemia, to check into our hotel at popular spa town, Mariánské Lázně. Packed with elegant pastel hotels & spa houses nestled among forested hills, the town has hosted luminaries like Goethe, Chopin, Strauss, Wagner, Freud and Kafka.

Non-golfers: Sightseeing tour of Nizbor Glass Factory and Karlštejn Castle, the most visited Czech castle for its royal treasures and holy relics.

Insider’s tip: Can you spot the special faucets & water fountains along the town walkways? Here’s your opportunity to fill your bottle with pure spring water, full of therapeutic nutrients and minerals. Drink in the beauty and bounty of Bavaria.

Hotel: Falkensteiner Hotel Grand (B); Golf

DAY 5 | Thursday 6 June | MARIANSKE LAZNE, Czech Republic

Walk in the footsteps of kings at the Czech Republic’s Royal Golf Club Mariánské Lázně, opened in 1905 by His Majesty King Edward VII of England. After cutting the ribbon, the King signed the memorial book with his golden pen, becoming the first member of the club. Preserved in its original clubhouse character, you’ll feel you’ve spent the day on the Sound of Music set. Surrounded by coniferous forests, the tight course requires a precise technical game. However, you’ll be assisted by the geothermal air, full of oxygen and saturated with ozone — it’s an incredible curative for the lungs.

Non-golfers: Private time exploring Mariánské Lázně, home of the Singing Fountain and international Chopin Festival. Or you may choose to indulge in a relaxing spa treatment.

Hotel: Falkensteiner Hotel Grand (B); Golf

DAY 6 | Friday 7 June | MARIANSKE LAZNE, Czech Republic

Savour a picturesque morning tour of Mariánské Lázně’s baroque colonnade lined with bronze reliefs & frescoed archways. Nearby, the Singing Fountain shoots water 6 metres high from 250 jets while playing evocative classical music. We return to Karlovy Vary for lunch before a walking tour between the town’s lookout points.

This afternoon, we venture to Pilsner Urquell Brewery for a tasty tipple and tour of the 1930s brewhouse. Iconically known as the world’s first blond/pale lager, Pilsner’s superiority arises from the use of local spring water — can you taste the difference? Enjoy dinner at leisure for our last night in the Czech Republic. You may wish to visit the historic 19th century Becher Bar for one final nightcap.

Insider’s Tip: Try a glass of Morovian wine or the herbal apperitif, Becherovka. The ginger-cinnamon liqueur, usually served chilled, has 38% alcohol content. Originally administered as a medication centuries ago, it’s now found in most pubs, restaurants & bars in the area.

Hotel: Falkensteiner Hotel Grand (B)

DAY 7 | Saturday 8 June | MUNICH, Germany

We farewell Czech Republic and journey through the Bavarian countryside with a brief stopover at Teutonic Temple of Fame, the Walhalla, and onto the medieval city of Regensburg on the Danube River. You’ll be fascinated by its beautifully preserved 12th century stone bridge and 13th century cathedral, both of which guarantee excellent photographic opportunities.

After check-in, experience the world-famous 16th century Hofbräuhaus brewery for dinner, offering a quintessential beer hall experience complete with frothy steins, a brass band and staff in traditional dress.

Insider’s tip: At most brewery restaurants, “Oktoberfest rules” apply, ie. no service unless you’re seated, so expect to charm your way onto the end of a table near strangers. If a table is occupied but has a little space, it’s totally appropriate to sidle up and point saying, “Darf Ich?” (May I?). If the reply is “Bitte” (Please do) take a seat and order a stein.

Hotel: Novotel Munich City Centre (B)

DAY 8 | Sunday 9 June | MUNICH, Germany

Nestled in the lush Tegernsee Valley of the Bavarian Alps, Golf Valley is a masterpiece in golfing architecture, integrating impressive links-like fairways, attractive lake hazards & island greens amid its alpine backdrop. The luxurious par-72 Ryder Cup bid course is well-known for revegetating its surrounds with magnificent flora — you may even spot a singing Felderche bird, almost lost across the valley, now returning to the panoramic landscape. Golfers can enjoy lunch at the clubhouse’s sun terrace feasting on culinary specialities overlooking the Alps — a setting fit for a Bavarian king.

Afternoon and evening at leisure.

Non-golfers: Day of leisure

Hotel: Novotel Munich City Centre (B); Golf

DAY 9 | Monday 10 June | MUNICH, Germany

Meet your Go Golfing tour host and fellow travellers for breakfast before an experiential guided tour of BMW Headquarters, Museum and Plant. Discover future trends and enjoy exclusive insights to their multi-million dollar vehicle manufacturing. After lunch at BMW’s Brasserie Bavarie, we spend the afternoon exploring Munich’s fascinating Deutsches Museum.

Dinner is yours to enjoy at leisure in any of Munich’s Michelin-star bistros or restaurants.

Hotel: Novotel Munich City Centre (B)

DAY 10 | Tuesday 11 June | MUNICH, Germany

Bring your A-game to the award-winning Olching Golf Club, set among the breathtaking meadowlands of Amper River. Recognised for combining Mother Nature’s resources into the course, Olching’s DGV Golf & Nature Certificate confirms their success. Numerous lakes, trees and strategic obstacles are its defining elements, so expect a varied round of golf requiring a tactical game. Recent course developments have bedded in well to the natural undulations of the tranquil parkland fairways.

Non-golfers: Dachau WWII concentration camp. Self-led tour around the camp & museum.

Hotel: Novotel Munich City Centre (B); Golf

DAY 11 | Wednesday 12 June | MUNICH to GRASSAU, Germany

After checkout, we take a fascinating walking tour of Munich’s Alstadt (the Old Town), admiring architectural wonders like St.Peter’s Church, lively Viktualienmarkt and central Marienplatz, whose elaborate Rauthaus-Glockenspiel cuckoo clock sports a carousel of dancing figures at 11am, noon and 5pm.

After lunch, unwind during a short transfer to Golf Resort Achental. Close to the Austrian border, the resort looks like a Bavarian fairytale with its traditional shutters, floral window boxes and botanic gardens. Originally a riding lodge, it’s now a 2000sqm wellness resort with indoor pool, massage & beauty salon, steam baths and Finnish pine sauna.

Non-golfers: Treat yourself to Achental’s aloe bath, anti-stress massage or bio-lift facial.

Hotel: Golf Resort Achental (B)

DAY 12 | Thursday 13 June | GRASSAU,  Germany

Golf today is conveniently located at our doorstep of Golf Resort Achental, set among the idyllic Wilder Kaiser mountains. Thomas Himmel designed the course for strategy & fun, stating, “Challenges are evident, such as the 15th hole where one short par-3 is surrounded by bunkers”. The Lakeside Cabin in the heart of the course is the halfway stop. Its large terrace offers wonderful views over the course and mountains making it the perfect location for a long, lazy sundowner in good company.

Enjoy dinner at leisure.

Non-golfers: Day at leisure. May we suggest a relaxing boat ride across Lake Chiemsee to Herreninsel Island visiting “Mad” King Ludwig II’s Royal Castle, Herrenchiemsee.

Insider’s tip: There are 20,000+ castles dotting Germany’s immaculate landscape, many over 100 years old. Owing their magnificence to the 4 ancient kingdoms of Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony and Wurttemberh, you would have to be royalty living in the Middle Ages to have owned one. Now hosting museums and cultural centres, several castles provide accommodation,meaning you can indulge in the complete fairytale experience.

Hotel: Golf Resort Achental (B); Golf

DAY 13 | Friday 14 June | GERMANY to  AUSTRIA

After breakfast, we journey from the valley to the fashionable alpine ski town of Kitzbühel, in the Austrian province of Tyrol, where upscale boutiques and cafes line the streets of its medieval centre. We venture to Rosi’s Sonnbergstuben for lunch to enjoy the sweeping views and exceptional food. The epitome of Tyrollean atmosphere, Rosi suggests trying local mountain trout, calf’s shoulder, delicious Kaiserschmarren and their large selection of Bavarian wines.

Now you’re definitely warm enough to join in the yodelling — is there anything more traditional to do on an Austrian mountaintop?! This is your time to let the wine do the talking and join in the yodel-o before checking in to the chic, shingle-facade Kempinski das Tirol, the closest hotel to the Kitzbühel Alps.

Evening at leisure.

Hotel: Kempinski das Tirol (B, L)

DAY 14 | Saturday 15 June | KITZBUHEL, Austria

After breakfast, we visit Krimml Waterfalls on the Ache river in Salzburg state’s High Tauern National Park. Be sure to view Krimmler Ache, source of the waterfall. Golfers head for lunch at Mittersill Golf Course, known for its vintage hay barns and small stream, fondly called “immovable barriers”. Visitors to the course have included Henry Ford, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby who soaked up sublime views of the national park, played the sophisticated greens and ended up at the 19th sipping Schnapps and Gluehwein. You’ll relish the opportunity to replicate their day at Mittersill.

Non-golfers: We recommend a day in Mittersill exploring its Nationaparkzentrum and Felberturn Museum

Hotel: Kempinski das Tirol (B); Golf

DAY 15 | Sunday 16 June | KITZBUHEL, Austria

Marvel at majestic cliffs, deep gorges and Kitzbühel’s world-famous Hahnenkamm ski run, the backdrop to Eichenheim Golf Club’s year round semi-private course. Nestled among the spectacular Hohe Tauern mountains, a cart is recommended for several steep climbs for the first nine tees. The second nine are only slightly hilly. Winding through a breathtaking alpine escape, the par 71 course will stimulate your senses right up until the last putt drops.

Non-golfers: Enjoy a day at leisure. May we suggest a visit to the Erber Schnapps Distillery for a tantalising tipple.

Hotel: Kempinski das Tirol (B); Golf

DAY 16 | Monday 17 June | BERCHTESGADEN, Austria

After departing Kitzbühel, we visit Eagle’s Nest (Kehlsteinhaus), Hitler’s extravagant Third Reich lodge, now a restaurant. Its brass elevator zips you up to the chalet so you can explore where Hitler, Eva Braun and Himmler ate banquets and entertained foreign diplomats. Outside, the panorama is incredible — you are at eye level with the Alps overlooking both Germany and Austria. A memorable and thought-provoking location.

After lunch at Eagle’s Nest, we check in to the boutique Kempinksi hotel, 1000m above sea level. Unwind, explore and enjoy an evening of leisure.

Hotel: Kempinski Berchtesgaden (B)

DAY 17 | Tuesday 18 June | SALZBURG, Austria

Wake up feeling like you’re ‘sixteen going on seventeen’ as we venture out for a morning trip to Salzburg visiting the world-famous Sound of Music venues including Maria’s Nonnberg Convent, Schloss Leopoldskron, Hellbrunn Palace and Mondsee Basilica. Golfers take a short transfer through Salzburg’s alpine reserve for the last of our golf games at Berchtesgadener Land, the premier 18-hole golf course in the region.

Non-golfers: Afternoon free to visit Mozart’s birthplace, Mirabell Gardens, shopping & dining in Salzburg before returning to the hotel by organised bus.

Hotel: Kempinski Berchtesgaden (B); Golf

DAY 18 | Wednesday 19 June | SALZBURG to VIENNA

After breakfast, we depart stunning Salzburg for a scenic train journey to Austria’s magnificent capital, Vienna, for lunch and a 2.5hr walking tour through Heldenplatz where Adolf Hitler made his 1938 annexation speech. Admire the iconic landmark of St Stephen’s Cathedral, Sacher Café known for its delectable chocolate cake, and 13th century Hofburg Palace.

We check in to the elegant Ring Hotel, superbly located in the city centre on Vienna’s famous Ringstrasse Boulevard, 200m from the State Opera Theatre, Hop-on-Hop-off bus station and boutique shopping. Savour an evening of leisure to recharge your batteries for a day of sightseeing tomorrow.

Hotel: The Ring, Vienna (B)

DAY 19 | Thursday 20 June | VIENNA, Austria

Today, we’ve given you some free time for last-minute shopping and exploring Vienna’s baroque streetscapes at leisure. You may wish to make your way to Habsburg Empire’s imperial summer residence of Schönbrunn Palace and venture around the Museumsquartier district where historic & contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other renowned artists.

Tonight, we celebrate the champions and relive our times together at a decadent farewell dinner in the heart of Vienna.

Hotel: The Ring, Vienna (B, D)

DAY 20 | Friday 21 June | VIENNA, Austria

After breakfast, board your private transfer to Vienna (VIE) airport. You may wish to stay on for our memorable post-tour visiting Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest.


19 luxury accommodation nights including daily breakfast:

  • 3 nights – Hotel Jalta, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 3 nights – Falkensteiner Hotel Grand, Mariánské Lázně, Czech Republic
  • 4 nights – Novotel Munich City Centre, Munich, Germany
  • 2 nights – Golf Resort Achental, Grassau, Germany
  • 3 nights – Kempinski das Tirol, Kitzbühel, Austria
  • 2 nights – Kempinski Berchtesgaden, Austria
  • 2 nights – The Ring, Vienna, Austria

9 rounds of magnificent golf, including motorised carts:

  1. Karlstejn Castle, Czech Republic
  2. Albatross Golf Course, Czech Republic
  3. Mariánské Lázně Royal Golf Club, Czech Republic
  4. Golf Valley, Munich, Germany
  5. Olching Golf Club, Munich, Germany
  6. Golf Resort Achental, Germany
  7. Mittersill Golf Club, Austria
  8. Eichenheim Golf Resort, Austria
  9. Berchtesgadener Land, Austria


  • Breakfast daily
  • 2 lunches for golfers
  • 3 dinners including welcome & farewell dinner with beverages


1. Prague tour of world-listed heritage sites
2. Dinner cruise along Vltava River, beer included
3. Day tour of Mariánské Lázně & Karlovy Vary
4. Pilsner Urquell Brewery tour
5. Tour of BMW headquarters & museum
6. Deutsches Museum tour
7. Munich centre walking tour
8. Kitzbuhel cable car to Rosi’s Sonnbergstuben
9. Krimml Waterfalls in High Tauern National Park
10. Eagle’s Nest tour
11. Salzburg morning tour
12. Vienna walking tour

Other Inclusions:

  • Private airport transfer on arrival (Prague airport to hotel)
  • Luxury air-conditioned touring coach
  • Group airport transfer to Vienna airport on departure
  • Daily golf prizes, plus nearest to pin and team prizes
  • Commemorative polo shirt
  • Fully escorted by Go Golfing’s experienced host
2019 Bavarian Triangle Golf Tour Prices
Full Retail Price

Golfer Twin Share

  • EUR 7288 pp

Non-Golfer Twin Share

  • EUR 6597 pp

Golfer Single

  • EUR 8985 pp
Deposits and Final Payments
  • Initial deposit of AUD 2000 per person must accompany booking.
  • Second deposit is AUD 3000 per person due on or before 31 October 2018.
  • Tour package to be converted from EUR to AUD on 1 March 2019, with final payment due 11 March 2019.
  • Contact us for an obligation-free quote on flights and we’ll reward you with 25% discount off your travel insurance.
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‘Delights of the Danube’ Post-Tour

21 – 24 June 2019

4 days

Stay on for an unforgettable tour of Budapest (Hungary), Bratislava, (Slovakia) and Vienna (Austria) — yes, you’ll visit five countries for the price of three! Join our experienced Go Golfing host for a breathtaking tour of Europe’s leading centres of art, culture, history, food and wine.

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DAY 1 |  Friday 21 June 2019 | VIENNA to BRATISLAVA return

Take a 1hr coach transfer to the Carpathian wine route. Everything is included—a guide to share the region’s
wine history, lunch and a high-speed catamaran return along the Danube River.

Hotel: The Ring Hotel, Vienna

DAY 2 |  Saturday 22 June 2019 | VIENNA, Austria

Enjoy a day of leisure in the staggeringly beautiful Austrian capital of Vienna. May we suggest visiting Belvedere Palace, home to Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss. Try dessert at Café Demel, the oldest bakery in Vienna, and catch up on shopping and sightseeing.

Hotel: The Ring Hotel, Vienna

DAY 3 |  Sunday 23 June 2019 | VIENNA to BUDAPEST return

Known as the “Paris of the East”, Budapest is a scenic 2hr drive from Vienna soaking up picturesque meadows along the Danube. We’ll tour the city sights plus the World Heritage listed Great Market Hall, a magnificent landmark and the largest market in Budapest.

Hotel: The Ring Hotel, Vienna

DAY 4 |  Monday 24 June 2019 | HOME

Enjoy one last morning walk around the Ringstrasse, stop at a traditional Viennese coffee house, then make your way back to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, a transfer has been organised to Vienna airport.

  • 3 nights at The Ring Hotel, Vienna
  • Daily breakfasts
  • Day tours to Bratislava and Budapest
  • Airport transfers and taxes. Please enquire before booking your flights.

Golfer twin share: EUR 980 pp

Golfer single: EUR 1777 pp

*Visa fees may apply and are not included in the package. Please ask us for further details.

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