Tours and Attractions in Austria
Original Sound of Music Tour
Highlights of the Original Sound of Music Tour, recommended by Maria von Trapp, include a tour of Mirabell Gardens, where Maria and the children danced to Do-Re-Mi, and the opportunity to view the wedding church at Mondsee.
In between film locations you can relax and listen to the famous songs and lyrics from the film, including Edelweiss, Sixteen Going on Seventeen and of course the glorious title song The Sound of Music. The tour also takes in the historical and architectural landmarks in the city of Salzburg, as well as a part of the picturesque lake district.
Dine at the oldest restaurant in Europe, Stiftskeller St. Peter, while listening to the music of Mozart. Enjoy a delicious three course candlelit dinner, prepared as it would have been in the 17th and 18th centuries, while local opera singers and musicians perform some of Mozart's finest work.
Let yourself by transported into the Salzburg of Mozart's time, complete with the colorful costumes and culinary delights so popular in the last 18th century. Allow yourself to be whisked off into a world of enchantment, be a guest of Mozart.
This evening includes a delicious 3 course candlelit dinner, prepared according to traditional recipes from Mozart's era. The most popular compositions of W. A. Mozart are performed in candlelight by local musicians in historical costumes including two opera singers and musicians performing "A little night melody" as well as with arias and duets from operas "Don Giovanni", "Le Nozzi di Figaro" and "The Magic Flute."
Stiftskeller St. Peter is situated in the heart of Salzburg's old town, and the "oldest restaurant in Europe". It was first documented in the year 803, during Charlemagne's visit.
The free brochure 'Salzburg Guide' (received with the card at exchange of your voucher), is the ideal compliment to your Salzburg Card; it includes numerous color photos and provides details on all the sights, as well as advice for sights you won't want to miss.
Offering the best value for money, the Salzburg Card is the perfect way to get
around and see the sites.
You'll travel back to the days of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when you attend a Vienna Mozart Concert at the Konzerthaus. Dressed in historical costumes and wigs, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra brings the 18th century to life in this lovely concert hall. It's the perfect way to enjoy a little Mozart while you're in Vienna.
Likely to sell-out! Vienna Mozart Concert at the Konzerthaus regularly sells out weeks in advance. Book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
The Wiener Konzerthaus was completed in 1913 during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph. Today it is the seat of the Viennese Symphony Orchestra, which plays concerts throughout the year. The Konzerthaus is equipped with all modern technical conveniences, including air-conditioning.
Choose from Category A, B, C or Superior tickets. Or indulge in the VIP package which includes the following:
Concert-goers menu at the Restaurant
Drei Husaren at Weiburggasse
Take a drive through the enchanting countryside of western Hungary on this guided coach tour to Budapest. A city rich in traditions, it is situated on the banks of the Danube, where you'll be given the opportunity to enjoy lunch and see the main sights of the city.
In the afternoon during an extensive coach tour, appreciate the historical and cultural importance of Budapest.
You'll view city highlights including Hero's square, Vajdahunyad castle, Opera house, Parliament, Fisherman's bastion, Matthias church and the Citadel.
Your coach tour concludes with a hotel drop off back at your hotel in Vienna.
Prague is so close to Vienna and shouldn't be missed! If your time is limited, this full day trip offers a stress-free way to visit Prague from Vienna.
You'll travel across the beautiful countryside of Moravia and take an extensive city tour of Prague's sights, including the Charles Bridge, National Theater, Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.
When you arrive in Prague after your drive from Vienna, take the opportunity to enjoy lunch (not included) before driving to see the Hradschin (Royal Palace).
In the afternoon, your extensive city tour reveals a wonderful panorama of Prague. You'll see Charles Bridge, the National Theater, the elegant residences lining the river, the Jewish cemetery (individual visit possible), the Parisian street, the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.
Before returning to Vienna, you will have time for shopping or exploring Prague's magical Old Town.