Wiener Musikverein Concert Hall

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Vienna: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart in the Musikverein

Vienna: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart in the Musikverein

Discover a highlight of Vienna's cultural calendar and enjoy an evening of beautiful music at Musikverein in either the Golden Hall or Brahms Hall. Let the music swell around you and hear Mozart, Haydn, and Vivaldi in classical concert. 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. The Golden Hall is famous for the New Year`s Day Concert and its unique acoustics The Brahms Hall is famous for having the best acoustics of all chamber music halls Dates in the Golden Hall in 2024 March 2024: 26. April 2024: 2., 18., 23., 28., 30 May 2024: 14., 21., 23 June 2024: 18., 27., 30. October 3,10,15 November 1,2,13,22,23,27 December 3,5 Dates in the Brahms Hall in 2024 March 2024: 9., 20., 23., 28., 30 April 2024: 4., 9., 14., 21., 25. May 2024: 2., 5., 7., 9., 12., 19., 26., 30. June 2024: 2., 4., 7., 8., 11., 16., 20., 23., 25. October 1 ,8, 17, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31 November 8, 9, 16, 30 December 8, 10, 12, 17, 19

Vienna: Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

Vienna: Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

Enjoy a superb concert of Mozart and Strauss classics at one of the city’s most venerable concert halls. During this entertaining and stylish evening, you will see a performance by the renowned Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Founded in 1986, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is composed of frequent participants at the concerts of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, as well as other prestigious Austrian ensembles. Beside its worldwide touring history, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is well known for holding Mozart concerts in Vienna in period costumes, enriching the musical life of the city. Listen as 30 exceptional musicians, 2 internationally renowned soloists, and 2 opera singers from the Vienna State Opera and Vienna’s Volksoper, present a well balanced concert program in the style of the musical academies from the late 18th-Century. Directed by star conductors, the incomparable acoustics and impressive architecture of these beautiful Viennese concert halls make for an unforgettable evening.

Vienna: Old Town Sightseeing Tour in a Vintage-Style E-Car

Vienna: Old Town Sightseeing Tour in a Vintage-Style E-Car

Hop on board an old-timey car that adds to the aesthetic of Vienna's Old Town. Listen as your guide provides you with fun and facinating information about the sights that you view along the way. Capture pictures along the way through the open sides of the eco-friendly electric car. Start outside the Radisson Blu (1010 Vienna, Herrengasse 12) and head to Freyung, a public square with a unique triangular shape. Take in the grandeur of Am Hof swuare and the Gothic architecture of the Catholic Church Maria am Gestade. View the city's oldest square at Hoher Markt. See the moving figures and copper accents of the Anchor Clock. Gaze up at the towering Stephansdom Cathedral in Stephansplatz. Travel along Wollzeile street and pass by Stadtpark and the Hochstrahlbrunnen fountain. Ride by the Monument in honor of the soldiers of the Soviet Army. Capture pictures of the Baroque Belvedere Palace and the Musikverein, the home of the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. Go by the waterside St. Charles's Church and the Arthouse museum, and the Jugendstil-style Karlsplatz Metro Station. Drive by the Secession art house, go down Kärtnerstrasse, and see the Sacher hotel. Travel by the charming shops in the Neuer Markt, the star-shaped Michaelerplatz, the Spanish Riding School, and the Donnerbrunnen Goethedenkmal fountain. Cruise by the Friedrich Schiller monument, the Art History Museum, the Albertina museum, and the Outer Castle Gate. Be moved by the beauty of The Hofburg palace in Heldenplatz. Roll by the Prinz Eugen Hotel, the National Library, and the French Gothic Minorittenkirche. Spot a Kaiser Karl monument, the Art History Museum, People's Garden, the Eppstein Palace, and Parliament. Snap photos of sights like the Burgtheater, City Hall, the Univeristy, and neo-Gothic Votivkirche before returning to your meeting point.

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Brahms-Saal

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Brahms-Saal

Enjoy the best of Mozart and the highlights of Johann Strauss, masterfully performed by the Mozart Orchestra of Vienna. The 30 musicians who will play for you are drawn from the ranks of the Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony, and other renowned Austrian Orchestras. Their ranks will be swelled by internationally acclaimed soloists, and two opera singers from the State Opera and Volksoper. The ensemble will of course be led by a star conductor. The real show-stopper: the orchestra, singers and conductor will be dressed in the magnificent costumes and wigs of the Baroque period, to present the overtures, arias, and duets from Mozart's most famous operas with authentic panache, as well as extracts from the symphonies, concerti, serenades and divertimenti, in the style of the 18th-century musical academies. The unofficial anthems of Austria, Johann Strauss I's energetic Radetzky March and Johann Strauss II's Blue Danube Waltz will round off this marvelous program.

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Golden Hall with Dinner

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Golden Hall with Dinner

Enjoy the most wonderful arias and duets from Mozart’s famous operas. Listen to fantastic excerpts from symphonies, concertos, and serenades as well as the Blue Danube and the Radetzky March by Johann Strauss. Experience the magnificent atmosphere and marvel at the musicians in traditional Baroque costumes and wigs. Before the Mozart concert, enjoy a 3-course meal at the Bristol restaurant.

Vienna: Mozart Concert and Austrian Delights Dinner

Vienna: Mozart Concert and Austrian Delights Dinner

Your evening will begin with an aperitif, which will be followed by a three-course meal at the restaurant in the Grand Hotel Vienna. This luxurious hotel offers the right atmosphere to start any special evening. The Grand Hotel Vienna is located only 400 meters from the Wiener Musikverein Concert Hal, which means there will be no need to rush to the concert following your meal. Dinner starts at 6 PM and the concert is at 8:15 PM. The venue can be easily reached by foot in only a few minutes, allowing you to take your time enjoying dinner. At the concert, you will be listening to fantastic serenades from Mozart, as well as the Blue Danube and the Radetzkymarsch by Johann Strauss. You will enjoy the unique acoustics of this breathtaking place and relive the experience at home by listening to a complementary Golden Collection CD: The Best of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Starter: Soup with fine strips of thin pancake Main course: Grilled pike perch filet with pointed cabbage and beluga lentils or Boneless deep-fried Styrian chicken with potato-lamb’s lettuce salad Dessert: Scrambled sweet pancake, vanilla-rum parfait, apricot-chocolate tartlet, or mini apple strudel

Vienna: Historical City Highlights Walking Tour

Vienna: Historical City Highlights Walking Tour

Begin the tour at Albertinaplatz, then walk to the Opera before arriving at one of the tour’s highlights: the Academy of Fine Arts, where Adolf Hitler was not accepted as a student. From there, pass by the largest food market in town, the Naschmarkt, the Vienna Secession building, and the Musikverein, where the famous New Year's Concert takes place. Continue towards Saint Charles Church and gaze up at its exterior. Step inside the Vienna City Museum and gain insight into the history, art, and culture of Vienna. Finish your tour at the museum, where you can stay and explore at your own pace.

RAXI (Electric Rickshaw) Vienna 90 minutes tour

RAXI (Electric Rickshaw) Vienna 90 minutes tour

Enjoy places in Vienna that are unknown to tourists, such as the oldest Gothic residential tower in Vienna or the Danube Park. You can discover everything very comfortably and without tired legs with the panoramic Raxi-Tours. The Raxi (electric rickshaw) tour will show you exactly what you really want to see in Vienna almost as if you were walking and this without any effort. The route can be personalized based on your interests such as architecture or history, or as a tour guide i can suggest and design a route for you. I can pick you up from your hotel and drop you off at the place you want. Enjoy Vienna even in slightly colder temperatures with a heated blanket that can keep you warm for about 3 hours on a battery and an additional picnic blanket that is waterproof and also windproof. Raxi (my e-rickshaw) was specially designed in Holland (West Europe) for comfortable trips for two adults, it is new and in very good condition. RAXI is thoroughly checked every month in the workshops and is always in excellent condition but is still just a bike and not a car. Raxi is equipped with shock absorbers, a beautiful orange canopy, and a retractable footplate (for easy entry/exit). The engine is under my seats so no engine heat is radiated to the guests. Two walking sticks or hiking sticks can also be conveniently transported on a special frame. If you have questions, please contact me by email (office@guide-nicole.com) or mobile to make your Vienna sightseeing dreams come true. The weather for Raxi rides: between +2°C (if the roads are not slippery) and 30°C, with a maximum wind of 50km/h. Rain protection for light rain or snow is available. If the weather makes a Raxi tour impossible, we can do almost the same tour using public transport. However, in this case we will also have to walk. Your pickup from your meeting point or hotel remains free. I will send you a message 48 hours in advance if the weather makes a trip with the RAXI impossible and only a tour by public transport is still possible so you can book my new Tour: "In Vienna like a Viennese: by public transport & walking" instead the Raxi tour. If you do not want to take a tour using public transport, you can also just cancel your booking free of charge.

Vienna Cultural Heritage: Walking Tour with Audio Guide

Vienna Cultural Heritage: Walking Tour with Audio Guide

Things to do in Vienna Discover, alongside the many well-known tourist attractions, the lesser-known yet equally breathtaking, scenic, and historical spots in this imperial city with CityAppTour. With a self-guided audio tour in Vienna, you can immerse yourself in the stories of your personal audio guide at your own pace. Your walk through the historic center of Vienna Vienna, a captivating blend of old-world charm and contemporary vibrancy, unfolds like a living tapestry in its historic heart. Amidst its timeless architecture and storied streets, the city pulses with a dynamic energy that reflects its multifaceted identity. From its status as a bastion of classical music to its thriving culinary scene and innovative spirit, Vienna offers a rich tapestry of experiences reminiscent of its European counterparts. Discover the city's hidden gems and storied past with a walking tour from CityAppTour, where personalized audio guides and detailed maps illuminate your journey through Vienna's captivating streets. Embark on a captivating journey through Vienna's historical heart with our curated tours: Vienna Historical Center, Vienna Imperial Route, Vienna Cultural Heritage, where every corner unveils centuries of grandeur and cultural richness. What to do in Vienna Wander through the iconic St. Stephen's Cathedral, a majestic symbol of Vienna's architectural prowess, and marvel at the intricate details of the Plague Column nearby. Delve into the musical legacy of Mozart at his former residence, now transformed into the Mozart House, or step into the vibrant ambiance of Michaelerplatz, where history meets contemporary allure. And don't miss the poignant tribute at Judenplatz, where the Holocaust Monument stands as a solemn reminder of Vienna's past. With each stop, you'll uncover layers of Vienna's fascinating narrative, blending tradition with modernity in every cobblestone street and historic landmark. A Symphony of Culture and Music One particularly unique aspect of Vienna is its rich musical heritage. As the birthplace of iconic composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Strauss, Vienna has long been revered as a global center for classical music. The city is home to renowned institutions like the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, where visitors can experience world-class performances in breathtaking venues. Additionally, Vienna's vibrant street music scene adds an extra layer of charm, with talented musicians serenading passersby in the city's squares and parks. This musical legacy infuses Vienna with an enchanting rhythm that resonates throughout its streets, making it a truly unforgettable destination for music lovers from around the world.

Vienna: Virtual Reality Ring Street Bus Tour

Vienna: Virtual Reality Ring Street Bus Tour

Chat with the famed Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, ride alongside Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sisi, and spot Dr. Sigmund Freud along the way as you tour Vienna. Experience the city in an innovative way with a virtual reality headset on this guided bus drive of the scenic Ring Street. See the most prominent and historic buildings of the city, like the Academy of Fine Arts, Hofburg Palace, Austrian Parliament Building, Albertina Square, and more. Stop at some of these important sites to strap on your headset and enter a gripping virtual reality.

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What people are saying about Wiener Musikverein Concert Hall

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4.6
(2,216 reviews)

Emanuel was very kind and patient, driving and explaining is not easy and he did it extremely well, his attitude is excellent, the cart is beautiful, highly recommended.

The atmosphere is amazing, the sound is really good. The only problem I had is that the seats were on the balcony above the stage so we couldn’t see the musicians.

Wonderful. We ended up with a private tour as the second group did not show up.

Amazing experience. So lovely to hear live music in such a fabulous setting.

The presentation is very good and the place is very beautiful