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HOP ON HOP OFF & Walk & Airport bus
Combine your HOP ON HOP OFF ticket with a Vienna Airport Lines bus return ticket to get from the airport to the city and back
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Combine your HOP ON HOP OFF ticket with a City Airport Train return ticket to get from the airport to the city center and back
With our HOP ON HOP OFF bus tour you will quickly get an overview of the most important sights in Vienna. Just buy a ticket and get on and off as often as you like at the stops!
The Vienna PASS is your sightseeing card to discover the city of Vienna. Tailor-made for visitors to the Austrian capital, you can enjoy the city’s rich history with a HOP ON HOP OFF VIENNA SIGHTSEEING TOURS bus tour, a guidebook and optional travelcard. There’s so much waiting to be discovered with the Vienna PASS – saving you time, money and stress.
Klassikkonzert in der St.Stephans Basilika.
Only a few kilometers from Vienna is Bratislava, the Slovak capital with its old town which is well worth seeing. On this day trip you not only expect numerous sights, but also a boat trip along the Danube.
Romantic panoramic view of Vienna ...
Every Sunday from mid-September to the end of June, a service takes place at 9:15 am in the Hofburgkapelle. It continues a tradition of more than 500 years, which began in the time of the Habsburg rulers. Unique to this day is the musical design of these fairs. The Vienna Hofmusikkapelle ensemble consists of the Vienna Boys' Choir, the men's choir of the Vienna State Opera and members of the Vienna Philharmonic.
@Brigitta Kowsky
Sir András Schiff, Klavier
Erinnerungen an die lustigsten Geschichten und Stand ups aus sechs (Lehrer/Schul) Programmen
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Europe's first beer tasting river cruise offers a truly unique experience in the most stunning part of Budapest: the River Danube. Take in the sights of this bustling city from the water thatdivides it into two sections, the flat and historically exceptional Pest side and the spectacular hilly Buda side. If you consider yourself a beer lover, this activity is definitely a must-do while in the city.

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In Lobkowicz Palace‘s beautifully decorated concert hall with impressive 17th-century painted stucco ceilings. Professional musicians, including members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, play for your pleasure during the Prague Castle visit.
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Spend your early afternoon in the company of some of the best Hungarian delicacies, an international crowd and the beauty of the Danube panorama!
Europe's first beer tasting river cruise offers a truly unique experience in the most stunning part of Budapest: the River Danube. Take in the sights of this bustling city from the water thatdivides it into two sections, the flat and historically exceptional Pest side and the spectacular hilly Buda side. If you consider yourself a beer lover, this activity is definitely a must-do while in the city.

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Experience the world-renowned Hungarian wine culture from first hand while having an unforgettable cruise on the River Danube! Two must have activities, double the pleasure.
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Dem Dichter ist es nicht um eine politische Komödie zu tun. Er will uns Menschen und Zustände oder besser bestimmte Menschen in bestimmten Zuständen zeigen und da er nicht außerhalb der Zeit und des Raumes lebt, so zeigt er uns österreichische Menschen in österreichischen Zuständen.
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Üblicherweise besteht die Dramaturgie eines Theaterstückes darin, daß die Figuren auf der Bühne mit immer mehr Details über sich selbst und ihren Charakter ausgestattet werden. Am Ende des Stückes wissen sie im besten Falle mehr über sich, und das Publikum weiß mehr über die Welt.
Europe's first beer tasting river cruise offers a truly unique experience in the most stunning part of Budapest: the River Danube. Take in the sights of this bustling city from the water thatdivides it into two sections, the flat and historically exceptional Pest side and the spectacular hilly Buda side. If you consider yourself a beer lover, this activity is definitely a must-do while in the city.

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Experience the world-renowned Hungarian wine culture from first hand while having an unforgettable cruise on the River Danube! Two must have activities, double the pleasure.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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Musical experience in the Mirabell ...
Here in the Schlosskirche Mirabell, built according to the plans of the Baroque architect Lukas von Hildebrandt, at the beginning of the world-famous Mirabell garden, opposite the Andräkirche, Mirabell Tür1, the atmospheric setting for the concert series "Salzburger Klassik Musik im Mirabell" is the afternoon hour at 5 pm. The program ranges from baroque to romantic.
With more than 300 concerts being performed every year, the world-renowned Salzburg Fortress Concerts take their place among the most magnificent series of chamber music concerts. The special atmosphere of the 900 year-old Fortress Hohensalzburg together with the excellent acoustics of the Golden Hall ensure that the concert-goer experiences far more than just a concert.
@Julia Wesely
„Die großen Bs“: Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Bartók, Bernstein
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Arias & duets by Verdi, Rossini, Puccini in the gorgeous Terrazza Borromini, while admiring the Eternal city and the breathtaking view. Treat yourself to a wonderful evening in a very engaging atmosphere that only the Italian Opera can give.
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© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH / Michael Pöhn
Musical Direction Giacomo Sagripanti
Inszenierung und Kostüme Laurent Pelly
Stage Design Chantal Thomas
Lighting Design Joël Adam
Choreography Laura Scozzi
dialogue version Agathe Mélinand

Marie, junge Marketenderin Jane Archibald
Tonio, junger Bauer Javier Camarena
Sulpice, Sergeant Carlos Álvarez
Duchesse de Crakentorp Maria Happel
Europe's first beer tasting river cruise offers a truly unique experience in the most stunning part of Budapest: the River Danube. Take in the sights of this bustling city from the water thatdivides it into two sections, the flat and historically exceptional Pest side and the spectacular hilly Buda side. If you consider yourself a beer lover, this activity is definitely a must-do while in the city.

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Set sail with our unforgettable Dinner & Cruise, explore Budapest from the magnificent Danube and taste the traditional Hungarian gastro specialities.
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Experience the world-renowned Hungarian wine culture from first hand while having an unforgettable cruise on the River Danube! Two must have activities, double the pleasure.
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As the sun slowly sets behind the Buda hills and glimmering city lights take the place of the natural illuminations, the Pearl of the Danube truly start to serve its name. To truly get to know Budapest, one would need an in-depth exploration after dusk and where could it be more pleasant, than the mighty Danube River.
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Die musikalische Reise begann im Jahr 1988 im Kultlokal Roter Engel im Wiener Bermudadreieck. Die musikalische Athletenschmiede ihrer Zeit war Schauplatz der ersten Konzerte von Viktor Gernot & His Best Friends. Damals noch mit Namen Drago & seine Stubenmusi, später Animal House.
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Skew-Whiff by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot
Adagio hammer piano by Hans van Manen
Jiří Kylián's Symphony of Psalms

The first premiere of the Vienna State Ballet brings together three works by the former director of the Nederlands Dans Theater under the title “Hollands Meister”, the founding of which opened a new chapter in the history of the ballet in 1959: to date, significant impulses for dance have come from Holland.
© Anita Hoffmann
Dramma per musica in three acts (1738)

Music by Nicola Antonio Porpora

Libretto after Francesco Silvani

Concert performance in Italian
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Die Isolation ist beendet, in der der junge Mann zeit seines Lebens gefangen war. Sein Vater, der polnische König, hatte früh eine Gefahr in seinem Sohn erkannt, bei dessen Geburt die Sterne schlecht standen und an der seine Mutter starb.
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Martin Kušej inszeniert diesen Text zum zweiten Mal, wiederum mit Birgit Minichmayr als Katja. Seit ihrer ersten Beschäftigung mit dem Thema vor über zehn Jahren ist das Vertrauen in die Bilder, die öffentlich produziert werden, weiter erodiert. Zeit für eine Wiederbegegnung mit diesem brisanten Stück.
Gala des Semperoper Ballett