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The Best Hiking Experience in Salzkammergut, Tyrol and Bavaria

10 Days / 9 Nights

Munich, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Munich

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An extraordinary active holiday is on offer now for travelers who prefer to be in motion. After landing in Munich, your trip starts in picturesque, lush, and authentic Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where you will conquer Germany's highest peak, the Zugspitze. Next you'll journey into Austria, to a city that hosted the Winter Olympics, Innsbruck. After an introductory walk, we leave time at your discretion to take cable cars up to the summits of the Nordkette for breathtaking views. Experience what it is like to stay active in the "City of Mozart" and do sports within Salzburg's city limits. At your last destination, in Munich, we will direct you to a lakeside where you can trace the footprints of Empress Elizabeth, aka Sisi, on foot or by bike. Our suggestions and your local expert will support you in shaping your dream active vacation in Germany and Austria.

This active itinerary with inclusive hikes and city tours, accommodations, and the practical combination of private transfers and train rides, is ideal for nature-lover families with older kids, couples, and groups of friends. Tell your friends where you are going for a holiday and let them join you! The scenic and famed hiking destinations of Germany and Austria await.

In addition to the tours included we can arrange a number of excursions based on your own interests. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea of what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide.

One of our team members in the region will be available to you leading up to and during your trip to answer any questions and arrange additional local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon your arrival, we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to reach your local JayWay contact throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 star accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our first-hand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.

Route for Munich, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Munich tour

Day Stop in Munich

Day Stop in Munich

1 days in Munich
1 days in Munich

Day Stop in Munich

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

Day 1 - Day Stop in Munich

Day 1 - Day Stop in Munich

Today a private driver will pick you up at your accommodations and take you to the mountain paradise of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the drive takes about a 1 hour and 15 minutes. If you'd like, we can arrange a stop along the way for an additional fee. We recommend visiting the famous castle of Neuschwanstein little towns - Schwangau and Füssen. Our local representative will gladly suggest the best stop based on your preferences.

3 Nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

3 Nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

4 days in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
4 days in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

3 Nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Originally two separate towns, Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united by Hitler in order to host the 1936 Winter Olympics. These ancient towns (Partenkirchen was founded by the Romans as "Partanum") still share a bit of a rivalry, as well as endless beauty. Look up, and you'll find the Zugspitze, Germany's tallest mountain. Look around and you'll find herds of cows passing through en route to alpine meadows, and wooden homes covered in meticulous religious and historic paintings. Home to some of Germany's best skiing and hiking, Garmisch-Partenkirchen has been a popular spot for GIs seeking R&R since the 1950s.

Originally two separate towns, Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united by Hitler in order to host the 1936 Winter Olympics. These ancient towns (Partenkirchen was founded by the Romans as "Partanum") still share a bit of a rivalry, as well as endless beauty. Look up, and you'll find the Zugspitze, Germany's tallest mountain. Look around and you'll find herds of cows passing through en route to alpine meadows, and wooden homes covered in meticulous religious and historic paintings. Home to some of Germany's best skiing and hiking, Garmisch-Partenkirchen has been a popular spot for GIs seeking R&R since the 1950s.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Upon your arrival in Germisch-Partenkirchen your driver will take you directly to your accommodation.

Ride Gondolas up the Peaks

Suggestion to explore on your own

One of the best ways to fully take in the beauty of Garmisch-Partenkirchen's surroundings is by riding the region's many cablecars. You can ride the Hausbergbahn up the Hausberg, 1,338 meters up. Alternatively, you can take the Kreuzeckbahn up to the Kreuzeck, 1,650 meters high, which still features the ski runs used for the 1936 Winter Olympics, plus stunning views of Garmisch-Partenkirchen below. Ride the Wankbahn up the Wank, where you can enjoy a meal at the, yes, Wank-Haus, 1,780 meters above sea level, or even paraglide back down. Finally, if you find yourself by the Olympic Ski Stadium, let the Eckbauerbahn whisk you up the slopes of the 1,236-meter Eckbauerberg.

Ride Gondolas up the Peaks

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Garmisch-Partenkirchen Private Walking Tour

Garmisch-Partenkirchen Private Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen sits at the heart of a medieval trade route, giving the town a surprisingly unique and diverse history. More recently, the 1936 Winter Olympics, rise of Nazism and the American occupation that followed, have made their marks on this alpine paradise. This tour that takes you around town, but also beyond its borders, providing insights into the history, art, architecture, cuisine, and people of this sublime alpine community.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 6 hours 30 minutes

Climb the Alpspitze

Suggestion to explore on your own

High atop the Alpspitze, the pyramidal mountain that serves as Garmisch-Partenkirchen's symbol, is the AlpspiX, an X-shaped observation platform offering breathtaking views for miles around. You can take three different cable cars up, then enjoy via ferrata (AKA "Klettersteig") paths of varying difficulty and length. Begin your trip by taking a train to the Kreuzeck-Alpspitzbahn station.

Climb the Alpspitze

Day 3

Day 3 - Your Second Full Day in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Zugspitze and Partnach Gorge Private Tour

Zugspitze and Partnach Gorge Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Following a train ride and cable car to the top of Germany’s tallest mountain, this full day tour commences with an introduction to the engineering, topography, and history of this scenic region. The Zugspitze spans the border between Austria and Germany, making it easy to walk from one to the other. After you enjoy lunch in Austria and get yourself filled of memorable vistas, you'll head back down to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and make your way to the Olympic Ski Stadium. Finally, you will meander into the Partnach Gorge, to explore one of Bavaria’s hidden, natural gems.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 8 hours

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Innsbruck by Private Transfer

Today you will trade one alpine paradise for another. Based on your preferred departure time, a driver will pick you up at your accommodations in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and take you directly to Innsbruck, an hourlong journey.

2 Nights in Innsbruck

2 Nights in Innsbruck

3 days in Innsbruck
3 days in Innsbruck

2 Nights in Innsbruck

Having hosted several Olympics, Innsbruck has an international reputation as a winter sports destination. Nestled in an alpine valley, the city is surrounded by picturesque mountains complete with ski slopes and funiculars. Whether you’re there in the winter or summer, you can have an active vacation in the mountains. In the town itself, you’ll find charming cobblestone streets, winding alleyways, quaint cafes and welcoming restaurants serving hearty Tyrolean cuisine. Innsbruck is a unique destination that combines breathtaking natural scenery with a comfortable, small-town feel. There’s a mix of Imperial Austrian architecture and newer creations, so just strolling the streets offers a feast for the eyes. The restaurants here are also wonderful, with a variety of cuisines ranging from traditional to contemporary with a youthful edge, thanks to its many students. Innsbruck is a place where you can really unwind and enjoy your vacation at your own pace.

Having hosted several Olympics, Innsbruck has an international reputation as a winter sports destination. Nestled in an alpine valley, the city is surrounded by picturesque mountains complete with ski slopes and funiculars. Whether you’re there in the winter or summer, you can have an active vacation in the mountains. In the town itself, you’ll find charming cobblestone streets, winding alleyways, quaint cafes and welcoming restaurants serving hearty Tyrolean cuisine. Innsbruck is a unique destination that combines breathtaking natural scenery with a comfortable, small-town feel. There’s a mix of Imperial Austrian architecture and newer creations, so just strolling the streets offers a feast for the eyes. The restaurants here are also wonderful, with a variety of cuisines ranging from traditional to contemporary with a youthful edge, thanks to its many students. Innsbruck is a place where you can really unwind and enjoy your vacation at your own pace.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Innsbruck

Your driver will bring you directly to your centrally located accommodation upon arriving in Innsbruck.

Innsbruck Private Walking Tour

Innsbruck at its Best

Included in your vacation package price.

Discover historical highlights of Innsbruck with a knowledgeable and passionate tour guide who will show you and tell everything you could wish to learn about the city. Your walk will take you through the Gothic Old Town, the Arch of Triumph, the St. Anne's column as well the imperial palace court and the St. James Cathedral. You'll get a chance to admire the magnificent Baroque architecture, and to savor the city's panoramic views of the impressive peaks of the Nordkette mountains.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes

Muttereralm's Mountain Carts

Suggestion to explore on your own

The mountain cart ride in Muttereralm is a fun activity just outside Innsbruck. Tobogganing fast or slow, you will follow a five-kilometer track down into the valley below. The track's views are amazing, and after the ride, you can continue to explore the area on a hike. The carts can be ridden daily from May to September, and on weekends the rest of the year.

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Innsbruck

Hike to the Best Vistas

Suggestion to explore on your own

Combine hiking and the best views of Innsbruck by heading to the Hungerburgbahn funicular. Take a scenic ride by a cable car up to Seegrube, 1905 meters (6250 feet) above sea level. The hike back to the town by following 12 kilometer/7 mile path, which should take about three hours. Alternatively, you can conquer the Seegrube, an hour and half hike from the Hungerburg station, or ride the Nordkette cable car to the top, 2,269 meters (7444 feet) above sea level, a popular spot for skiing.

Hike to the Best Vistas
Innsbruck Olympic Private Tour

Innsbruck Olympic Private Tour

Get a closer look at some of the modern and traditional architecture in and around Innsbruck. Your tour guide will drive you to the Bergisel Ski Jump to show you this stunning architectural landmark above the city, along with other facilities built for the Winter Olympic Games. This private tour gives you the chance to have a closer look at the rural town of Lans as well a short stop by the Ambras Castle, home of unique art collections from the Renaissance onwards.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Day 6

Day 6 - Traveling to Salzburg by Train

Today you'll be heading to Salzburg by train. There are several daily departures. We'll arrange second-class tickets for you, and can also reserve first-class tickets for an extra fee if you prefer. We also included a transfer to Innsbruck's train station.

You can upgrade your transfer

Upgrade to Salzburg By Private Transfer with a Stop in Kufstein
Salzburg By Private Transfer with a Stop in Kufstein

Upgrade for an additional cost

2 Nights in Salzburg

2 Nights in Salzburg

3 days in Salzburg
3 days in Salzburg

2 Nights in Salzburg

With its perfectly preserved UNESCO-listed Old Town, Salzburg is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture. Add in the alpine backdrop and you’ve got a city that makes for an unforgettable vacation. The imposing Salzburg Cathedral and Hohensalzburg Fortress dominate the skyline, while in the center you’ll find plenty of grand cafes and fine restaurants. Salzburg’s two biggest claims to fame are that it was the birthplace of Mozart and the stage for the timeless musical The Sound of Music. But there’s more than just history here. Today the city is a vibrant destination for travelers looking for a mix of classic culture and modern flair. Strolling through Salzburg is one of the great pleasures of Europe. The local cuisine is hearty and there are more than enough restaurants, bars, and cafes to keep you busy. Beer lovers shouldn’t miss sampling a stein or two of delicious local brew at the Augustiner brewery. But there is so much to see in the surrounding region that no visit to the city is complete without a day trip or two. You could tour the pristine countryside and visit the stunning Hellbrunn Palace. History buffs will want to venture farther afield to visit Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest perched high in the German Alps in Berchtesgaden.

With its perfectly preserved UNESCO-listed Old Town, Salzburg is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture. Add in the alpine backdrop and you’ve got a city that makes for an unforgettable vacation. The imposing Salzburg Cathedral and Hohensalzburg Fortress dominate the skyline, while in the center you’ll find plenty of grand cafes and fine restaurants. Salzburg’s two biggest claims to fame are that it was the birthplace of Mozart and the stage for the timeless musical The Sound of Music. But there’s more than just history here. Today the city is a vibrant destination for travelers looking for a mix of classic culture and modern flair. Strolling through Salzburg is one of the great pleasures of Europe. The local cuisine is hearty and there are more than enough restaurants, bars, and cafes to keep you busy. Beer lovers shouldn’t miss sampling a stein or two of delicious local brew at the Augustiner brewery. But there is so much to see in the surrounding region that no visit to the city is complete without a day trip or two. You could tour the pristine countryside and visit the stunning Hellbrunn Palace. History buffs will want to venture farther afield to visit Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest perched high in the German Alps in Berchtesgaden.

Day 6

Day 6 - Arrival in Salzburg

Upon your arrival in Salzburg a driver will meet you at the train station and bring you to your hotel.

Salzburg Private Walking Tour

Salzburg Private Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Discover the beauty of Mozart's hometown as an experienced guide leads you on a walk through the UNESCO-listed city of Salzburg. Your walk includes all the sightseeing highlights, such Mozart's birthplace and residence, the Getreidegasse, Cathedral, Residenz Palace, and Mirabell Palace, with its splendid gardens. If you come across anywhere you'd like to spend more time and go inside, your expert local guide will tailor the tour to your interests.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 2 hours

Day 7

Day 7 - Your First Full Day in Salzburg

Stay Active in the City of Mozart

Included in your vacation package price.

Take advantage of the stunning nature surrounding Salzburg and explore the the countryside with an experienced mountain guide. You can opt for an easy mostly flat route or a more demanding hiking trail and conquer one of the numerous hills around Salzburg. Be ready for green meadows, crystal clear rivers, and amazing views. Standup paddling is a cool new way how to explore Salzburg from the Salzach river, enjoying stunning views of its fortress, churches, and mountains. Learn tricks for paddling and steering, and the ideal way how to maneuver through the water to enjoy Salzburg and its surrounding nature.

Salzburg Region Private Hiking Tour

Salzburg Region Private Hiking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Take advantage of the stunning nature surrounding Salzburg and explore the the countryside with an experienced mountain guide. You can opt for an easy mostly flat route or a more demanding hiking trail and conquer one of the numerous hills around Salzburg. Be ready for green meadows, crystal clear rivers, and amazing views.


Activity Level : Strenuous
Duration : 3 hours

Salzburg Private Standup Paddling

Salzburg Private Standup Paddling

Included in your vacation package price.

Standup paddling is a cool new way how to explore Salzburg from the Salzach river, enjoying stunning views of its fortress, churches, and mountains. Learn tricks for paddling and steering, and the ideal way how to maneuver through the water to enjoy Salzburg and its surrounding nature.


Activity Level : Strenuous
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes

Salzburg Tandem Paragliding Excursion

Salzburg Tandem Paragliding Excursion

Included in your vacation package price.

Enjoy a bird's eye view of Salzburg! Hop aboard a local bus to the top of Mt. Gaisberg, where you'll meet your flight master, receive safety instructions, and get ready for an absolutely scenic flight. Take off, and take in Salzburg and its alpine surroundings from high above, a truly unforgettable experience!


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 2 hours 30 minutes

Day 8

Day 8 - Traveling to Munich by Private Transfer

Today you're off to Munich! The driver will meet you at your accommodations and take you to Munich, a 1.5-2 hour drive depending on traffic. There are many options to visit places of interest and if you'd like, we can add a stop on the way for an additional fee. We suggest visiting Chiemsee, Rosenheim, Salt Mines, Kufstein, or the famous castle of Neuschwanstein. Our local representative will gladly provide more information and arrange a stop on this transfer for you if you'd like.

2 Nights in Munich

2 Nights in Munich

3 days in Munich
3 days in Munich

2 Nights in Munich

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

With its traditional beer halls, designer shops, trendy restaurants and international business, Munich is a mix of old and new, German and cosmopolitan. Largely rebuilt after World War II, the city still retains its old world charm, even in the midst of expansion and modernization. You’ve probably heard of the city’s world famous Oktobertfest, a once-in-a-lifetime party dedicated to that incredible Bavarian beer along with some of the local delicacies, including tasty schnitzel. But there’s much more to Munich than drinking, and on your holiday you’ll have the chance to discover the best this charming city has to offer. Don’t miss out on the beer halls and the breweries, but be sure to get off the beaten path to discover a Munich of your own. Much of the city’s past centers around World War II, and there are several ways you can explore this chapter of Munich’s history, including a day trip to the Dachau concentration camp and a special tour focusing on Hitler and the local activities of the Third Reich. Munich is also a center of industry and there is nowhere better to experience this than BMW World. Moving slightly farther afield, Neuschwanstein Castle makes the perfect day trip, perched high in the hills over a verdant valley. Munich’s variety means there’s more than enough to satisfy even the most diverse groups of travelers. Let your curiosity guide you as you explore this unique German city.

Day 8

Day 8 - Arrival in Munich

Upon arriving in Munich, your driver will bring you directly to your accommodation.

Munich Bike Group Tour

Munich Bike Group Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Hop aboard a bike and enjoy a fun and active tour of Munich, one of the most fascinating cities in Germany. You'll see all of the most famous sights in the center of the city and also explore some of the lesser-known but not less notable neighborhoods. From historic architecture to contemporary beer halls, you'll get a better understanding of the city and its special character. Led by an expert guide, the tour will be a highlight during your stay in Munich.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Day 9

Day 9 - Your First Full Day in Munich

See the Skyline from Inside the Bavaria Statue

Suggestion to explore on your own

Theresienwiese is best known as the spot where Oktoberfest and other festivals are held. Looking over the grounds, is grand "Bavaria," the personification of the German state. This 60-foot bronze statue of a woman with her left arm raised is flanked by a loyal woman. For a small fee, you can duck inside, and climb the winding stairs within. At the top, you can peer out from Bavaria's head, taking in views of the Oktoberfest grounds, and Munich's skyline beyond. Complete with pillow-topped bronze sofas, the statue's interior features surprisingly whimsical touches.

See the Skyline from Inside the Bavaria Statue

Biking and Hiking around the Starnberger See

Suggestion to explore on your own

Just a short ride south of Munich is an area with several lakes, among them the Starnberger See, one of Germany's largest lakes. The 50 kilometer (31 mile) long, mostly flat, trail along its shores is a great way to combine biking or hiking with swimming or relaxing, as you'll pass plenty of great places for taking advantage of the lake's crystal clear waters. You can take an S-Bahn train to Starnberg (Germany's wealthiest town) from Munich's main station every half hour, and arrive 35 minutes later, then grab at a bike at the "Bike It" rental shop next to the station. Don't forget to check out Rose Island at the lake's center (accessible via the lake's many ferries and tour boats), and Possenhofen Castle, Empress Elisabeth favorite summer residence.

Biking and Hiking around the Starnberger See

Day 10

Day 10 - Departure Day

Based on your departure time, a driver will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to Munich's airport.

What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Munich

Munich - Garmisch-Partenkirchen Private Transfer

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Private Walking Tour
Zugspitze and Partnach Gorge Private Tour
Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Innsbruck Private Transfer

Innsbruck

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Innsbruck Private Walking Tour
Innsbruck Train Station Transfer
Innsbruck - Salzburg Train

Salzburg

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Salzburg Train Station Transfer
Salzburg Private Walking Tour
Salzburg Region Private Hiking Tour
Salzburg Private Standup Paddling
Salzburg - Munich Private Transfer

Munich

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Munich Bike Group Tour
Munich Airport Transfer
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website
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