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Alpine SpeCtACulArS Residing beside the fast-flowing Salzach river and characterised by an array of domes and spires, Salzburg is internationally recognised for its Baroque architecture and scenic alpine surroundings, as well as being the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for the 1965 film The Sound of Music. Salzburger Nockerl Innsbruck An icon of Austrian cuisine, Salzburger Nockerl consists of sweet dumplings made of egg yolk, flour, sugar and vanilla, served with a sprinkling of powdered sugar and See pages 40 to 51 for our collection of Alpine Spectaculars... occasionally, raspberry sauce. Vienna AUSTRIA SLOVENIA Salzburg GERMANY SWITZERLAND Salzburg Ziller Valley Rhine Valley Lake Bled Lucerne lake Bled With traditional ‘pletna’ boats scattered across its emerald-green waters, Lake Bled is like something out of a fairytale. Bled Castle peers over a cliff edge and a solitary island church appears to float on the water’s surface. This rare Slovenian jewel is a sight to match anything the world has to offer. Check out the local cuisine... Apfelstrudel Widely considered the national dish of Austria, Apple Strudel or ‘Apfelstrudel’ is a baked dessert of apples, spices and raisins in flaky pastry served with cream, ice-cream or custard. Rosti An old-fashioned alpine delight, Rosti is a Swiss dish mainly consisting of fritter-style potatoes, best-cooked in goose fat. Visit www.leger.co.uk for 100s of great-value touring holidays 39


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