Music & Concert Tour To Vienna
On a music and concert tour to Vienna with Travelbound, your young musicians can experience the city where Strauss, Haydn, Brahms, Beethoven and Mahler all lived and composed!
Singing in St Stephen’s Cathedral
A ride on the Ferris Wheel
Performing in the gardens at Schönbrunn Palace
The interactive Haus der Musik
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
A high-tech, multi-media museum dedicated to music opened in 2000. Enjoy an exhibition on the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, a section dedicated to the great composers and an interactive journey through sound in the Sonosphere. Concerts, music conferences and artists’ talks are also regularly arranged.
Notable personalities like Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss and Claudio Abbado are just some of the directors who have worked and performed here. It is equipped with a subtle system that makes it possible to read the libretto in several different languages during the performance. Guided tours are arranged daily.
For centuries, the Vienna Hofburg was the centre of the Habsburg Empire. Nowadays it provides an insight into the tradition and daily life at court thanks to the authentically-furnished Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection with its comprehensive collection of Imperial utilitarian objects.
Take the high-speed lift to the 150-m-high viewing terrace and enjoy the spectacular views over the city. The terrace comprises an open-air platform as well as an indoor section surrounded by glass panels. Accessible all year round, the Tower also features 2 revolving restaurants.
This is the oldest amusement park in the world and a popular place with locals and tourists alike. Enjoy a number of rides, attractions, arcades, cafes, restaurants etc.. The most famous attraction is by all means the Ferris Wheels from which you can see Vienna from a height of 200 feet. Although entrance to the Prater is free, there is a charge to use the various rides/attractions.
This park houses the largest number of monuments and statues in Vienna. In particular, the statue of Johann Strauss II and Franz Schubert.
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