March 18, 2017

Vienna!

Friday, April 21st – Arrive Vienna early evening
Saturday, April 22nd – Play in Vienna with Walter, make tacos!
Sunday, April 23rd – Play in Vienna with Walter
Monday, April 24th – Sightseeing
Tuesday, April 25th – Sightseeing
Wednesday, April 26th – Flight out of Vienna (Bratislava) at 6:45 am

Cafes!

Concert Cafes!
https://www.wien.info/en/music-stage-shows/classic/concert-cafes

Café Schwarzenberg
Café Landtmann
Café Prückel
Café Weimar
Café Sperl
Café-Restaurant Residenz (at Schönbrunn Palace)
Landtmann’s Jausen Station
Café Bräunerhof
Café Central
Café Hofburg
Schmid Hansl
Café Bellaria
Café Diglas
Café Imperial
Café Museum
Concert Café Schmid Hansl
Café Vienna


https://www.viennapass.com/


https://www.viennasightseeing.at/en/

Vienna City Card – Discounts and Bus for 24/48 Hours

https://www.wien.info/en/travel-info/vienna-card

Time Travel Erlebniswelt /Adventure World
Can buy tickets with phone at discount

https://www.timetravel-vienna.at/en/Highlights

St. Stephen’s Cathedral

“Messiah” in St. Stephan’s Cathedral
Friday 21 April 2017 – 20:30
Admission : 30 minutes before the start
20 Euros

**The Belvedere Palace

https://www.belvedere.at/exhibitions
– Key works of French impressionism by Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Camille Pissarro, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

City Cruises Vienna

See the modern and historic sides of Vienna on a city cruise with the recently refurbished MS Blue Danube. The route takes you along the Danube Canal, which was the main branch of the Danube in the Middle Ages. It is flanked by architectural highlights such as the Urania observatory, Jean Nouvel’s hotel and commercial building, Hans Hollein’s Media Tower, Otto Wagner’s Schützenhaus and the Spittelau waste incineration plant designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser. On the way back, you can see modern Vienna with its graffiti artwork and trendy bars drift by.
https://www.viennapass.com/vienna-attractions/city-cruises-vienna.html

Beethoven Pasqualati House

http://www.frommers.com/destinations/vienna/attractions/beethoven-pasqualati-house-beethoven-pasqualatihaus

Forchtenstein Castle

http://esterhazy.at/de/burgforchtenstein/index.do
– You can find a life-size portrait of Vlad III Tepes, better known as Dracula

**House of Music


http://www.hausdermusik.com/
Set between two of Vienna’s most iconic landmarks, St Stephen’s Cathedral and Vienna State Opera, the House of Music is a discovery into the city’s rich musical past. Journey through time with interactive installations to experience, appreciate and learn about Viennese music over the years.

Klosterneuburg Monastery

https://www.stift-klosterneuburg.at/
Just outside Vienna, visitors can enjoy the historic and cultural Klosterneurburg Monastery. This 900 year old Gothic abbey is a stunning monument of historic importance and well worth a visit and trip out of the city. Admire the artwork of the Middle Ages and including the Baroque wine cellar and alter. Overlooking the Danube River, this Augustinian monastery is one of Vienna’s best historic attractions.

Free Guided Walking Tour with the Vienna PASS

On this one-hour walking tour, the guides will not only take you to the city centre’s main sights and historic landmarks but will also tell you fascinating facts about Vienna. You will be impressed not only by the magnificent buildings but also by the many stories about them – like why the State Opera was nicknamed “sunken chest” and where they make the authentic Sacher cake – at Hotel Sacher, Café Demel, or perhaps both?

Apple Strudel Show


http://www.cafe-residenz.at/
Head down to the imperial bakery at Café Residenz and watch the professionals whip up this traditional desert with pastry so thin you can see through it! Plus, you’ll even get to sample it afterwards and take home the original recipe, too!

Sigmund Freud Museum


http://www.freud-museum.at/en/
Discover the old living quarters and office of the revolutionary Sigmund Freud, founder and father of the doctrine of psychoanalysis. This museum explores Freud’s life and works through a series of exhibitions and displays. Visitors can even witness the original furnishings of his waiting room, a private collection of antiquities and signed copies and first editions of his works.

With unique film material featuring his family from the 1930s, the museum offers a personal glimpse into this doctor’s life in Vienna, from 1891 until 1938.

Museum at the Abbey of the Scots

https://www.wien.info/en/sightseeing/sights/from-s-to-z/abbey-scots
Explore this old monastery to learn about the lives of the Irish monks and their roles in Middle Age Vienna. As one of the most iconic historic buildings, it’s a great place to go to learn even more about Vienna’s rich past.

Danube Tower
Free with Vienna Pass


http://www.donauturm.at/de/
At 826 feet high, and the tallest structure in Austria, the Danube Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks along Vienna’s skyline. Overlooking the old city, Danube Park and Vienna Woods, it promises unspoilt panoramas across the city from a unique perspective. Take one of the two express elevators up and admire the views – there’s even a rotating restaurant, too.

Free ride on the Praterzug with the Vienna PASS

The comfortable way to explore the Prater! The Prater train is fun for the whole family. Sit back and enjoy as it pulls you through the hustle and bustle of the amusement park – you’ll be sure to see many fun rides and attractions you’ll want to try! The Prater train leaves from the Prater entrance and runs daily from mid-March to mid-October from 11am.

Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel


http://www.wienerriesenrad.com/en/?_wb=en/&lang=EN