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Vienna: Classical Concert in St. Anne's Church

1. Vienna: Classical Concert in St. Anne's Church

Enjoy a classical concert by a string ensemble of musicians from renowned Viennese orchestras. The program includes complete works by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven or Schubert, played on period instruments and therefore recreating the atmosphere of the golden age of the Viennese Classic Era. St. Anne's Church ( Annakirche), the concert venue, is located in the heart of Vienna and is considered an architectural masterpiece with splendid acoustics and Baroque ambiance. Vienna is widely known as the capital of music. Enjoy a live performance in the city of Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, and Beethoven. The church is heated during the cold months.

Vienna: Entry Tickets to Mozart and Strauss Concert

2. Vienna: Entry Tickets to Mozart and Strauss Concert

Hear the finest Viennese pieces performed by the Salonorchester Alt Wien orchestra in Vienna's Kursalon music hall. Upgrade to the VIP experience for premium seating and a glass of wine. Spend an evening listening to the unique program of the most celebrated compositions by the "waltz-king" Johann Strauss and that most brilliant exponent of Viennese Classicism, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played by the renowned Salonorchester Alt Wien. Experience one of the best-known performances of classic Viennese music at this fabulous concert in the world capital of music. Lose yourself in an evening full of Viennese charm as you hear virtuosic musicians, opera singers, and enchanting Ballet soloists. From the lusty sounds of the waltz and the polka to the dramatic arias and duets, listen to the best operatic works and concertos, by two of the world's greatest composers, performed by artists at the highest pinnacle of excellence.

Vienna: Classical Concert at Mozarthaus

3. 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: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart at the Brahms Hall

4. Vienna: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart at the Brahms Hall

Discover a highlight of Vienna's cultural calendar and enjoy an evening of beautiful music with this 2-hour Mozart and Vivaldi classical concert. Take your seat in the beautiful Brahms Hall of the Musikverein and admire the building’s breathtaking architecture. The first part of the concert includes Viennese classical pieces from Mozart and Haydn. The second part consists of Vivaldi’s legendary violin concerto “The Four Seasons,” featuring a string ensemble and Austrian soloists of international renown. You're sure to be charmed by this unique experience.

Vienna: Skip-the-Line Giant Ferris Wheel Ride

5. Vienna: Skip-the-Line Giant Ferris Wheel Ride

Experience a ride on the famous Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel, a landmark of the Austrian capital and a symbol for the world-famous Wiener Prater. With its iconic silhouette, the Giant Ferris Wheel is a must-see attraction for all visitors to Vienna. A ride on the Wheel is just as important to a visit to Vienna as the Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral, or the Spanish Riding School. A ride on this significant and fascinating structure provides spectacular views over the whole city. The Giant Ferris Wheel is a true cultural and architectural highlight for any guest in the city: you haven't really visited Vienna until you've taken a ride on the Giant Ferris Wheel and marveled at the breathtaking views over the roofs of Vienna! The Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel rotates at a speed of 2.7 kilometers per hour. A complete rotation takes just over 4 minutes, but only when the Ferris wheel has not stopped to let passengers on or off. More commonly, a ride takes between 12 and 15 minutes, during which time you can enjoy picturesque views over Vienna and the surrounding area, such as the hills of the Vienna Woods, the Danube, the Marchfeld, and the Pannonian Basin.

Vienna: Mozart and Strauss Concert in Schoenbrunn

6. Vienna: Mozart and Strauss Concert in Schoenbrunn

Take part in this excursion to a concert in the Orangerie Schönbrunn in Vienna, a city full of magical castles and palaces, spectacular musical events and a courtly tradition dating back many hundreds of years. In Schönbrunn you will experience the magic and spectacle of this UNESCO world heritage site, where Mozart once played the harpsichord. Feel welcome at the Schönbrunn Palace. Listen as the Palace Orchestra plays masterpieces by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss. On selected dates, the concerts take place in the Great Gallery or in the White-Gold Room directly in the Palace, in the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre or other concert halls in Vienna.

Vienna: Mythos Mozart Experience

7. Vienna: Mythos Mozart Experience

Dive into the world of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the interactive, multimedia Mythos Mozart exhibit. Located in the building where Mozart spent the last year of his life, this exhibit takes you through the music and life of this prolific Classical musician. Visit the house where Mozart died in 1791, where he also composed "The Magic Flute" and "The Requiem." Start your journey in the REQUIEM – MOZART'S DEATH room, filled with 1,500 candles, designed by the British-German lighting designer Moritz Waldemeyer. From there, enter the VIENNA 1791 - MOZART'S CITY room and stroll through the busy streets of Vienna, climb over roofs in a balloon, find yourself in front of the house where Mozart died, and take in 360° panoramic historical views. Interact with instruments from all over the world in the Little Night Music room and take advantage of the Sky & Roofgarden for views over the First District, Karlskirche, the ferris wheel, and St. Stephen's Cathedral.

Concert Tickets for the Vienna Residence Orchestra

8. Concert Tickets for the Vienna Residence Orchestra

The Vienna Residence Orchestra is one of the best chamber orchestras in the world. Each individual musician is a renowned soloist, and the orchestra performs in great concert halls around the world. Mexico City, Montevideo, Paris, Berlin, Rome, Athens, and Budapest are just some of the places that the VRO has visited with its guest conductor Rudolf Nurejev. Under the musical leadership of Prof Christian Pollack and guest conductors Gerhard Lagrange, Daniel-Hoyem Cavazza and Zoltán Janikovic, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra plays concerts every day in the most beautiful Viennese palaces: in small and large groups, with famous opera singers, ballet dancers, and musical delights that match the appropriate seasonal theme. The VRO’s Mozart and Strauss concerts are one of the cultural highlights of any journey to Vienna. The Vienna Residence Orchestra combines an interesting parallel with Wolfgang A. Mozart, since the orchestra’s home is the very place where Mozart performed some of his most remarkable concerts. The magnificent Palais Auersperg in Baroque style is one of the focal points of European music, political, and social history. In addition to Mozart, Joseph Haydn and Christoph Willibald Gluck made their contribution to world music. The noble family Auersperg and the Swedish royal family Vasa also made political commitments at the Palais Auersperg and established their aristocratic splendor with lavish festivities. Today the Palais Auersperg and the Vienna Residence Orchestra is managed by Sylvia Moser, who enriches Vienna’s cultural life with these two institutions.

Vienna: Admission Ticket to the Museum of Illusions

9. Vienna: Admission Ticket to the Museum of Illusions

Explore over 70 exhibition pieces at The Museum of Illusions. Suitable for the entire family, train your brain and trick your mind with the mind-boggling puzzles. Defy gravity in an inclined room. Grow and shrink your family and friends in the Ames room. Experience what it feels like to lose the ground underneath your feet at the vortex tunnel. Have your smartphone or camera ready, as there are numerous unique photo opportunities throughout the museum. Break your mind over tricky wooden games and train your brain to think creatively.

Vienna: Romantic Old Town 2-Hour Discovery Tour

10. Vienna: Romantic Old Town 2-Hour Discovery Tour

This tour takes you on a discovery of the different sides to Vienna. You professional tour guide will focus on a total of 6 different topics from the past and present, allowing you to quickly see how the city has so much more to offer than just the famous attractions. 1. Romans, Jews, and traders The Hoher Markt is a place that has attracted power-conscious politicians and architects or tradesmen throughout the centuries. The classic sights here include the oldest building in Vienna, the first public waterworks of the city, and the famous Anchor Clock, which has a few surprises for you. 2. Greek Quarter This hectic neighborhood located at the innermost arm of the Danube River has been shaped by centuries of trading. The Turks fought here and the Greeks prepared their fight for independence here. Traces of history can be found in every corner. 3. Architectural diversity All kinds of architectural styles can be found in Vienna’s old town from Gothic residential towers to medieval paving, back courtyards from the Renaissance, Baroque city palaces, whole rows of houses from the Rococo period, and magnificent Gründerzeit houses to elegant Art Nouveau houses. 4. Myths and legends Many stories and legends are associated with the rich and colorful history of the city. Time and time again people have tried to explain their existence with legends. Legends and reality sometimes differ from one another. Animals place an important role in this mythology, and they can be seen as ornaments on the facades and fountains in the city. 5. Old university quarter Sealed off from traffic, the Jesuit quarter is located in the center of the old town. By the fountain in the square, you can take a look into the interior of the Jesuit Church, a treasure trove of Baroque exuberance, a demonstration of church power, and an example of the rivalry between painters and architects within Vienna. 6. Narrow streets and back courtyards Many of the city’s streets are winding, narrow, and anything but straight. Just the thought of the hygienic conditions in the Middle Ages stimulates the imagination of how everyday life used to be like here. Even opening a window will take ones breath away.

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Its a smart idea to buy this ticket because everyone goes to ride this ferris wheel and. The ticket queue is so long. So basically you have to be in the line two times. First when you buy the entrance ticket, and the second time when you have to wait to ride the ferris wheel. So if you buy this skip the line ticket then you can skip those long line and just find the validate machine, and validate your barcode and go to queue and wait your turn to enter the ferris wheel. So basically it is just like another ferris wheel, but its iconic so you have to go ride it to keep the memory with you forever.

Wonderful concert in a wonderful cathedral!!!! Warmly recommended!

HRC never let's you down! fantastic food and service as always

Highly recommend, beautiful atmosphere and great performance.

Very good performance. Just wished it wasn’t so cold inside.