€ 90 p.p.

Discover Tirol ❤️

3 months ago

Return to Tirol for only 90 euros in 5 days!

About the journey

Embark on a journey to Tirol and enjoy a 5-day trip full of adventure and relaxation. Depart from Utrecht Centraal on June 27 at 09:24 am and enjoy a comfortable train ride to Tirol. The outbound journey costs only 38 euros and you will arrive at 19:58 pm. During your stay, you can enjoy the stunning nature, hike in the mountains, swim in the clear lakes, and relax in the charming villages. On July 1, depart from Tirol (Kufstein) at 07:02 am and arrive in the Netherlands at 16:08 pm for only 52 euros. Don't miss this great opportunity to discover Tirol!

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Depart fromUtrecht Centraal
Outward journeyTuesday 27 june at 09:24.
Arrive at 19:58.
Book for € 38 at NS International
Depart fromTirol (Kufstein)
Return journeySaturday 1 july at 07:02.
Arrive at 16:08.
Book for € 52 at NS International

Notice: This deal is published 3 months ago. It may be that prices have changed in the meantime. Do you want to depart from a different station in the Netherlands? Often the price difference is very limited and you can book for a comparable price from any station in the Netherlands (provided you can make the connection). You can easily change your departure location on the provider's site.

About the destination

Tirol, located in beautiful Austria, is a destination you don't want to miss. With breathtaking mountain landscapes, picturesque villages, and numerous outdoor activities, Tirol is a paradise for nature lovers. During the summer months, you can enjoy the crystal-clear lakes, hike and bike through the green alpine meadows, and embark on adventurous mountain climbs. It's also the perfect destination to relax and immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere. Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of Tirol!

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