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Vienna: Classical Concert at Mozarthaus

1. Vienna: Classical Concert at Mozarthaus

Witness the Mozart Ensemble Vienna and enjoy a moving and unforgettable concert at Mozart's first house in Vienna, Mozarthaus. Hear music from the Viennese Classical Period, including Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, and more. Step into Vienna’s historic city center, near both St. Stephan’s Cathedral and Hofburg, and enter the Sala Terrena at Mozarthaus Vienna. Built as part of the monastery of the German Knightly Order in the second half of the 12th century, view the refined architecture and ornate frescos of the Sala Terrena. Walk in the footsteps of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who lived in the monastery in 1781, and hear his symphonies where he used to play. Experience Viennese classical music in an authentic setting and let the night drift by as the Mozart Ensemble Vienna performs.

Vienna: Tickets for Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide

2. Vienna: Tickets for Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide

Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide: At the Mozarthaus Vienna, visitors can explore the only Vienna apartment of Mozart’s that has been preserved, where he lived from 1784 to 1787 and composed more music than anywhere else. Around this flat, a comprehensive presentation of the times in which Mozart lived and of his most important works, spread over three exhibition levels, awaits Mozart fans, young and old, from all over the world. The exhibition is focused on the great composer’s Vienna years, which represent the peak of his creative achievement. Make sure to get a free Audioguide to discover Mozarthaus Vienna. In addition to the permanent exhibition, a special exhibition also takes place in the Mozarthaus Vienna, which changes each year and is included in the price of admission. Every Sunday an additional, 30-minute free tour of the highlights of the Mozarthaus Vienna is available (only with valid entrance tickets).  Music Combo Ticket: Mozarthaus Vienna and Haus der Musik: Together with the interactive Haus der Musik, the Mozarthaus Vienna offers the “Mozart & More” combo ticket, ideal for music fans. Embark on a journey of discovery into the world of Mozart and music. The Haus der Musik in Vienna is a modern, interactive sound museum located in the historic city center. The 6 floors of the historical palace invite visitors to try out making music themselves. The Haus der Musik combines the past, present and future of music in an inspiring and exciting way.

Vienna: Public Transport City Card and Attraction Discounts

3. Vienna: Public Transport City Card and Attraction Discounts

With the Vienna City Card, you can go anywhere in Austria's beautiful capital. Upon activation, you will have 24, 48, or 72 hours to explore the entire city with free and unlimited access to public transportation, including metro, trams, regional trains, buses, and night buses (zone 100). Enjoy countless benefits in museums and sights, exhibitions, theaters, concerts, shops, 20% off consumption at each of the participating restaurants, and much more for the duration of your stay (max. 7 days). Save up to 50% with the discounts. If you are traveling with your family, you're in luck as one child under the age of 15 travels free with each city card holder. Please see the app "ivie - Your Personal City Guide" for full information about all the discounts you can get with your card. Download ivie, enter your 8-digit code to activate and hold your digital Vienna City Card.

Vienna: Private Music Tour

4. Vienna: Private Music Tour

This three-hour musical odyssey will begin with a tour of the State Opera House, where you will get behind-the-scenes access to the most famous opera house in the world. Learn about its most important conductors like Gustav Mahler, and the history of this temple of music. Afterwards, embark on a leisurely musical stroll through the inner city of Vienna. Stops will include, but are not limited to, Palais Lobkowitz, where Beethoven premiered his Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" and the home of his main patron, and Hofburg Imperial Chapel, where the Vienna Boys Choir perform every Sunday. Discover the Mozart Memorial, the former dance salon where the master, Johann Strauss, made the ladies swoon, and the former residence of Ludwig von Beethoven, Pasqualati House. Check out the beautiful St. Stephen's Cathedral, see Mozart's former home, and much more, all with a state-certified guide.

Vienna: Mozart Private Guided Tour

5. Vienna: Mozart Private Guided Tour

Discover Mozart's Vienna on a private tour alongside an expert guide and historian. Get an insider's look into the composer's life as you step inside his home. Visit St. Stephan's Cathedral, the place where Mozart was married, and walk around Stephansplatz as you learn more about what life was like for the genius composer as a child and adult. This visit also includes classical music concerts in the most beautiful cathedrals, churches, and concert halls in Vienna. In the extended option, talented musicians will transport you back in time with songs from Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss, and Schubert.

Vienna: Private Day Trip to Bratislava with Hotel Transfers

6. Vienna: Private Day Trip to Bratislava with Hotel Transfers

Meet your drive at hotel reception. Private transfer to Bratislava. Bratislava and Vienna are two the closest capital cities in Europe. Both cities have similar roots, moreover were the capital cities of Austro – Hungarian Empire. Bratislava was a capital of Hungarian Kingdom. On the contrary Vienna of Austrian Kingdom. After the arrival in Bratislava meeting with licensed guide. Start of the Grand City Tour of Bratislava. The Grand City Tour consist of two parts. Panorama city tour by car and Walking tour. Panorama city tour The first part of the tour is a panorama city tour by car. Pass along Presidential Palace. Drive thru Palisady district, full of villas built in style of functionalism. The villas have been built at the beginning of 20th century. Short stop at Bratislava Castle. Continue to house of Slovak Parliament. Last stop at Slavin Monument, a breathtaking view on Bratislava. Afterward drive to Old Town. Walking Tour First part is a walking tour. It lasts 2,15 hours. Discover Slovak National Theater. Continue to Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra building – Reduta. Certainly stroke a head of the statue Man at Work, in order to return to Bratislava. At Main Square take a picture with a Napoleonic soldier. In addition hear a legend about the knight Roland. Even you can refresh in his fountain at Main Square. At first pass Old Town Hall to get to a hidden gem of the city – Primate’s Palace. At Franciscan square you can marvel at Franciscan Church. It’s the oldest sacral building of Bratislava. Afterwards walk down thru St. Michael’s Gate. Hear the stories about the executor, who lived next door to the gate. Next stop will be Palace of Royal Hungarian Chamber. In this palace Hungarian Parliament used to meet. Last stops of walking tour are Academia Istropolitana, St. Catharine Chapel, Mozart House and Keglevich Palace. At the end of the walking tour admire St. Martin’s Cathedral. There were crowned 19 Hungarian kings & queens. Finally finish of the Grand City Tour. Thereafter 3 hours free time in Bratislava. Our guide will recommend you a restaurant for a lunch according your preferences. Eventually meeting with the driver. Drive back to Vienna. Drop off at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Mozarthaus Vienna

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 3,273 reviews

Best experience we had in vienna. The musicians are really superb and the place is intimate and absolutley beautyfull. You will not regret this experience, it's a MUST

Cute little chapel to listen to music. It’s a well ensembles quartet. Maybe the repertory wasn’t the one I would have picked but was OK.

Magnificent experience, they were really very good and the hall where we listened to the concert was wonderful

Phenomenal! Was really glad that I spent my new years day in there!

amazing string quartet, incredibly exciting and heartfelt