Reflecting exquisite Renaissance style, the Kursalon Wien is one of Vienna’s most splendid buildings. Enjoy a classical music concert in this historical setting where Johann Strauss himself used to direct his orchestra. Choose the 4-course dinner option for a perfect evening out.
Enjoy a classical concert at the world-famous Schoenbrunn Palace. Delight in the sounds of Mozart's and Strauss's music. Choose the Dinner & Concert option to also enjoy a 3-course meal at the Restaurant Residenz or the Orangery.
Enjoy an evening listening to the music of Mozart and Strauss in luxuriant surrounding. After a stroll through the sumptuous Schoenbrunn palace, you'll embark on a musical journey with the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra in the Orangery.
The Danube winds gently through a landscape peppered with charming villages, steep vineyards, and ancient castles. Follow the river and discover the bubbling history and legends of the Wachau region. Visit the celebrated Benedictine Abbey in Melk and marvel at this pearl of Austrian Baroque. The Wachau region is a World Heritage Site.
Discover the most significant sights and attractions of Vienna. View the magnificent buildings that line the Ringstrasse, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the State Opera House, and enjoy a fascinating visit to the opulent Schoenbrunn Palace, a World Heritage Site.
A convenient way to get your bearings in Vienna, hop-on and off as you like, riding on 3 different routes between major landmarks. Learn about this elegant city in 14 languages from headsets, marvel the boulevards and grandiose architecture from the comfort of your seat.
Enjoy a scenic excursion, passing through the Roman city of Baden and the dreamy Helenental Valley, visiting Heiligenkreuz Abbey and the hunting lodge of Mayerling on your way to Seegrotte, a cave system hiding the largest subterranean lake in Europe.
The alluring city of Salzburg has long been synonymous with museums, music, and of course, Mozart. Enjoy a full-day tour and see all the major landmarks, including Mozart's actual birthplace. Salzburg's city centre is a World Heritage Site.
A medley of Czech traditions and modern influences lend Prague it's alluring charm. From Charles Bridge, admire a skyline punctuated with church spires, domes, and gleaming rooftops. View the National Theatre, the elegant homes lining the river banks, the Jewish cemetery, and the old town square.
Catch a comfortable, quick public bus service to the Slovakian capital. While there, enjoy a guided walking tour, a two-course lunch, and some free time in the afternoon to explore the picturesque city center.
Enjoy a day-long outing to Bratislava, complete with a walking tour of the picturesque old town and a delicious, traditional lunch. Cap off the day with a catamaran boat ride back to Vienna on the river Danube.
Watch as Vienna's historic buildings and monuments illuminate the sky on this city tour by night. Venture up the 492-foot (150-m) Danube Tower and contemplate the outstanding panorama of the city from its terrace. Finish your evening with a glass of wine in a traditional tavern.
Kick back and relax with a leisurely boat trip along the Danube River. Spot the Vienna Prater, the Danube Tower, and the United Nations building as you sail. Then enjoy the tranquil Vienna Woods before passing through the picturesque wine-producing village of Grinzing.
Get ready to explore Vienna in a very unique way—via the Segway, a revolutionary personal transportation device. Glide through the city centre, past historical sites and impressive palaces, and stop for photos along the way.
Enjoy a bike tour with a knowledgable local guide. Vienna's network of cycle paths and quiet streets offer an ideal route past the city's main sights, including the Ferris Wheel, the Opera, and St. Stephan's Cathedral.
Pick up your bike, hop into your saddle: Vienna boasts miles of safe & easy bike paths all around the city, making cycling the perfect way to explore. Armed with maps and route descriptions, you will be free to visit the Austrian capital at your own pace. 5 or 24-hour bike rental.
Experience the imperial collections of the Habsburgs and some of Vienna’s most famous museums with 1 ticket. View the largest Bruegel collection in the world and the newly opened Kunstkammer Vienna, the golden Austrian Imperial crown, and magnificent suits of armor from centuries of European history.
Six floors dedicated to the enthralling world of music and sound. The Haus der Musik is a must-see museum bursting with interactive experiments and games. Here's your chance to be a virtual conductor, experiment with musical instruments, and even compose your own waltz! Plus, choose the combination ticket and visit Mozart's only surviving apartment.
Discover the largest museum for modern and contemporary art in Central Europe. With extensive collections spanning a full range of work from Cubism to Pop Art, MUMOK is a must for any visitor to Vienna.
See for yourself how musicians and singers of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra create a unique atmosphere by wearing period costume during a performance at one of the city's most famous concert halls. Treat yourself with a three-course dinner before the concert (optional).
The Austrian Dinner Show ensemble takes you on a musical journey of Austria. Be enchanted as they perform traditional folklore songs and lively dances in regional costumes. Regional specialities served between the scenes will give you a real taste of Austria.
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