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Vienna - Klosterneuburg - Vienna



Events & Festivals Austria

Vienna Opera Ball, March - The undisputed jewel in the crown; full of couples swirling to the romantic waltzes of Johann Strauss.
Danube Island Festival, Vienna, July - The island trembles as the artists perform all kinds of popular music on outdoor stages at the Danube Island Festival.
Long Night of the Museums, Salzburg, October - The museums and galleries stay open late so that visitors can get round the city‘s cultural venues in one go.
The Urfahraner Autumn Market, Linz, October - Hundreds of different stalls, attractions and culinary treats, as well as live bands and fireworks.
International Hot Air Balloon Week, Filzmoos, January - A flurry of balloons ignite their burners to illuminate the night sky.
Vienna City Festival, May - The festival draws to a close with a jazz brunch.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Day 1 Vienna
Arrival at the airport. Transfer to the hotel.

Day 2 Vienna
The sightseeing in Vienna starts with a visit of Hofburg Palace, the official residence of the President of Austria, which has housed some of the most powerful people in Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of the Austro-Hungarian empire. See The Mozart monument which is situated at the entrance at the Ringstrasse of the Burggarten. Travel back in time in the Mozart Figarohouse, where to take a glimpse at what life was like for one of the world‘s most illustrious composers. See the gold-coated statue of famous 19th-century musician Johann Strauss playing violin, which stands in the Stadtpark. Continue on to the Graben Square, a showcase of elegance and style. It is one of the most beautiful squares not only in Vienna, but in Europe. Visit the Orangery Schoenbrunn, the largest orangery building in the world, that serves as host for the Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts. Enjoy the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra, accompanied by renowned singers and ballet dancers, performing the most famous works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart und Johann Strauss.

Day 3 Vienna - Klosterneuburg - Vienna
Visit the Haus der Musik museum, the only one of its kind in the world. Six floors are dedicated to the fascinating world of music and sound. Test your own musical talent on the Virtual Conductor and compose your own waltz. Learn more about Mozart, Strauss or Beethoven and experiment with pitch, sounds and musical instruments.
Continue to the Wiener Prater, an amusement park for many, place of nostalgic dreams for some, oasis of greenery for almost everyone. Visit of the 900-year-old Klosterneuburg Abbey, its sacred art treasures, including the “Verdun Altar” and an impressive view of baroque splendor. Finish the day in the Vienna State Opera, one of the top opera addresses in the world. Enjoy the very best in first-class productions. This famous stage offers many operas and ballet works.

Day 4 Vienna
Transfer to the airport.